It’s looking to be rainy night. Why stay home?

Did you know the Ransom Center is open late every Thursday night and admission is always free?

Betty Hahn , “Starry Night Variation #2,” from the series “Who Was that Masked Man? I Wanted to Thank Him,”  1977. Screenprint. © Betty Hahn. On view atthe Ransom Center.

It’s the last week to catch “Look Inside,” the exhibit of nearly 200 photographs, all smart and vibrant new acquisitions to UT’s renowned photography archive. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (Thursday until 7 p.m.), noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Harry Ransom Center,

Did you know the Blanton Museum of Art is free every Thursday and open until 9 p.m. the third Thursday of the month?

Third Thursday at the Blanton: Tetractys New Music, Peruvian photographers in discussion and more.

Did you know Capital T Theater is offering pay-what-you-can general admission at every performance in celebration of its 10th anniversary?

Capital T  presents “Trevor,” Nick Jones’ brilliant, absurdist and funny subversive comedy about celebrity and success. Trevor is a 200-pound chimpanzee, once the star of commercials but now an erratically behaving menace whose owner is convinced he is as docile as a fly. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday through June 18. Hyde Park Theater, 511 W. 43rd St.

Did you know Paper Chairs theater troupe offers $10 tickets on Thursdays for its current show?

Austin playwright Elizabeth Doss is a three-times great-granddaughter of Herman Melville. In “Poor Herman,” Doss uses an all-female cast to unearth a little-known chapter in Melville’s life when he was struggling to salvage his declining reputation after the initial critical and financial failure of his now epic “Moby-Dick.” The five-woman cast play every character in Melville’s life including Melville himself and Nathaniel Hawthorne. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday through May 28. Off Center, 2211 Hidalgo St.


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“Poor Herman” is at the Off Center