Motor City Techno: Three of Detroit techno's finest D.J. at District 36 FRIDAY night in honor of the seminal Planet E imprint's 20th birthday. Label founder Carl Craig, his longtime collaborator Derrick May and crossover producer Paul Woolford have never shared a New York bill before. The innovative trio take over the midtown club with emotion-drenched sets following openers Sleepy & Boo. $28 tickets here. 10 p.m.
Low Fidelity: San Francisco-based noise-pop singer Tamaryn plays an all-ages gig at P.S. 1 on SATURDAY. Tamaryn's Mexican Summer labelmates include prominent chillwave acts Real Estate, Best Coast and Washed Out. But the solo artist tints the beach vibe with sinister notes of goth and psychedelia. Mirror Mirror opens. 4 p.m.
What's In A Name: Director Dominic Dromgoole's revival of "Romeo and Juliet" keeps the period dress intact while invigorating the timeless romance with a very youthful cast. London critics approved of the production when it ran at the Globe Theatre. Symphony Space lacks that venue's Shakespeare ties, but will welcome the play on SUNDAY. $22 tickets here. 3 p.m.
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