The Must List: The Hound of Baskervilles, a Brewer’s Dinner

Darragh Kennan and Andrew McGinn in The Hound of the Baskervilles, 2013.

Must See
Todd Jannausch at Method Gallery

(11/15 to 12/21, times vary) — Seattle sculptor Todd Jannausch—known for bringing local artists together for collaborative, renegade public art projects—brings his inspired eye to a solo show, Callus, focused on the tools of his trade.

Must Laugh
World Premiere of The Hound of Baskervilles

(11/15 to 12/15, times vary) — Seattle theater stars David Pichette and R. Hamilton Wright adapted Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic whodunit for this world-premiere play that blends suspense with a howling good time.

Must Listen
Renowned Writers Read at the Hugo House

Friday (11/15, 7:30 p.m.) — The Hugo House literary series returns, asking writers to craft new work on a theme: This time it’s “The Paper Chase,” as in, from rags to riches. Hear what Dorothy Allison (Bastard Out of Carolina), Stephen Elliott (editor of The Rumpus), Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum (Swimming with Strangers) and Seattle musician Levi Fuller created.

Must Dine & Drink
Five-Course Feast at Trellis Brewer’s Dinner

Friday (11/15, 6:30 p.m.) — Trellis’ executive chef Brian Scheehser paired up with Portland chef-turned-brewer Bryan Keilty (Lompoc Brewing) back in September to craft a batches of beer using ingredients from Scheehser’s farm. The new brews will be unveiled along with a five-course dinner.

Must Get Zany
Recess Monkey Rocks Teatro Zinzanni

Sunday (11/17, 11 a.m.) — Seattle kindie rock band Recess Monkey entertains the little ones with a slew of songs from new album Desert Island Disc. The show opens with the group aboard the Tambourine Submarine as it crashes into a deserted island, where a circus of high jinks ensues.