What You're Doing Tonight, 6/24

The one-night-stand comedy “Sorry, Thanks” at BAM and Diana Krall at Carnegie Hall

MORNING AFTER: A hapless girl and boy (Kenya Miles, Wiley Wiggins) are hurtling through their 20s, tacking from one bad decision to the next, when they collide – and spend the rest of the film bumming around San Francisco, trying to deal with the emotional fallout of their one-night stand. Dia Sokol’s "Sorry, Thanks" screens as part of the BAMCinemafest, 9:30PM.

LEARNED: The “How I Learned” multi-performer reading series at Happy Ending has mined plenty of mortifying memories for entertainment value (how I learned about sex was a favorite, natch). Tonight’s installment has a somewhat amorphous theme – “how I learned the hard way” – but it should diminish the entertainment value not one bit. 8PM.

LADY DI: Diana Krall pretty much singlehandedly owns the entire lady singer/piano player genre these days; her jazzy style and perfectly sloppy cool have put her in a position where she can play around. That’s just what she did with Quiet Nights, her album of Brazilian-inspired tunes. She’ll showcase this new stuff and goodies from her older releases at Carnegie Hall, 8PM.

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