Ran­dom Acts Way­ward Com­edy comes to the Jean Cocteau Cinema; En­fras­cada opens at Teatro Paraguas; and NT Live broad­casts St. Joan at the Len­sic

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If, while hang­ing out in your liv­ing room, com­plain­ing and drink­ing beer with friends, you have ever thought, “We are hi­lar­i­ous; we should have a show,” then Way­ward Com­edy is your chance to see if this pipe dream can ac­tu­ally suc­ceed. Evan Galpert, Jessie Gau­mond, Nick Pel­ton, Phil John­son, Prox, Si­mon Dob­son, and K-Wayno are a group of room­mates­from Baca Street who de­scribe their home as a shanty and them­selves as way­ward boys — per­haps akin to the Art­ful Dodger and the rest of the Dick­en­sian street urchins from Oliver

Twist. Will they pick your pocket while you roll in the aisles with laugh­ter? Is their stand-up wor­thy of a live au­di­ence? Your chance to find out is at 8 p.m. on Tues­day, Feb. 21, at the Jean Cocteau Cinema (418 Mon­tezuma Ave., 505-466-5528). Ad­mis­sion is $10; visit www.jean cocteaucin­ema.com.

— J.L.

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