PICK OF THE DAY
In a Globe interview with Joel Brown, Belmont-bred Giulia Rozzi said: “People love that I sort of know in the show that things are going to fall apart, but I do it anyway. It’s sort of like every time you go on the Turkish Twist at Canobie Lake, you know you’re going to puke, but you do it anyway.” The “it” was her 13-month marriage, the subject of the comedian’s one-woman show, “Bad Bride.” Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. $12, $10 students. ImprovBoston, 40 Prospect St., Cambridge. 617-576-1253. www.improvboston.com
Group shots About a dozen photographers from Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire enjoy each other’s company and their shared trips to shoot their local scenery. The Merrimac Valley Group shares the output of its togetherness at “Capturing the Beauty” a collection of the group’s faves. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. through Feb. 27. Free. Lawrence Heritage State Park, 1 Jackson St., Lawrence. 978-794-1655. www.lawrenceheritage.org/events
This Brussels artist has many ways of getting his points across. “Hans Op de Beeck: Staging Silence (2)” uses sculpture, installations, video, photography, animated films, drawing, painting, and writing to convey what the artist calls his “proposals.” It’s all about our relationship with time, space, and each other. Tuesday hours are noon-6 p.m. (through April 6). Free. MIT List Visual Arts Center, Wiesner Building, 20 Ames St., Cambridge.
Miles tribute At 17, Miles Davis was asked by Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker to replace a sick trumpeter. It doesn’t get much better than that. The multiple Grammy winner is the musical subject of Jazz Tribute Series Honors Miles Davis, where trumpeter Phil Grenadier will jam. 8 p.m. No cover (reservations recommended). Beat Hôtel, 13 Brattle St., Cambridge. 617-499-0001. www.beathotel.com
Who’s sorry now? In almost 31 years of marriage we can count on one hand the number of times hubby has apologized, so we will encourage our always Mr. Right to take in “Sorry Night.” Artist and poet Gary Duehr is joined by aluminum double bass player and performance artist Jane Wang and others to show hubby and others how to apologize. 8 p.m. $10 suggested donation. Lily Pad,
1353 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge. 617-955-7729. www.lilypadinman.com
As a California teenager surrounded by the psych-garage scene, Nick Waterhouse kept his ears focused on R&B and rock ’n’ roll sounds of the ’50s. The songwriter, singer, and guitarist is now focusing on his March 4 release, “Holly.” 8 p.m. $17. 18+. Brighton Music Hall, 158 Brighton Ave., Allston. 800-745-3000. www.live
Life of a blacksmith For five years, director Dominique Benicheti and cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn recorded the lives of blacksmith Jules Guiteaux and his wife, Félicie, in rural France. Shot in CinemaScope and recorded in stereophonic sound, the 1972 documentary “Cousin Jules” had no distributor because most arthouse theaters didn’t have the necessary CinemaScope-format equipment. The film screens for the first time in the United States. Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. (through March 7). $11, $9 students and seniors (matinee prices available). Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston. 800-440-6975. www.mfa.org/filmJune Wulff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.