RUM AND COKE—Bret Easton Ellis goes back to the well for his new novel Imperial Bedrooms, a sequel to his 1985 debut Less Than Zero. Clay and his friends are up to their same poor little rich kid tricks, except 25 years later, they're poor little rich middle-agers with movie deals and bigger mountains of coke and booze. Crank the Psychedelic Furs and bury your nose in this noir-tinged follow-up. CF
Powell's City of Books, 1005 W Burnside, 7:30 pm, FREE

ANON AND ON—Anonymous Theatre Company's annual performance brings together some of Portland's best actors—but I can't tell you which ones. Each actor rehearses one-on-one with the director, so no one, not even the actors, knows the identity of the cast until the curtains go up. This year, Anonymous tackles the Broadway hit Lend Me a Tenor. AH
Gerding Theater at the Armory, 128 NW 11th, 7 pm, $25

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