Haute High-Lights

Movie of the week: Jane Eyre – Premieres Friday

Yet another version of this literary canon novel is coming to theaters, this time featuring Mia Wasikowska, known most recently for the whimsical Alice in Wonderland and Oscar-nominated The Kids Are All Right. And remember the kid from 2000’s Billy Elliot? He’s St. John Rivers. Though the cast has to prove it can take on such classic and well known characters, the trailer gives hints of a genuinely creepy and thrilling adaptation that could very well breathe new life into this old story.

Concert of the Week: Kisses – The Echo – Tonight at 8 p.m.
Indie band Kisses is moving on up. On Jan. 13, the kooky duo visited Tommy’s Place for a small show and is now moving to the bigger arena that is the Echo. The couple’s part groovy ’80s and part indie rock vibe is sure to provide a chill atmosphere at the live show. If they keep moving on to bigger venues, you can say you saw them for a reasonable price — only $8 — before they got big.
Event of the Week: Beauty and the Beast – Pantages Theatre – Now through March 26

There’s nothing like seeing a childhood Disney favorite come to life on a Broadway stage with real human beings. The Pantages Theatre has had its share of good shows this season with everything from Hair to Rock of Ages gracing the stage and the production of Beauty and the Beast only adds to this trend of nostalgic shows. Prices range from $20 to $85.
News of the Week: Charlie Sheen searches for an intern
Internships.com released one of the most interesting internship opportunities ever. Not only has Charlie Sheen amused everyone with his inexplicable rants and his Twitter hashtags, but now the ex-Two and a Half Men actor is giving new and old fans a unique, albeit strange, opportunity.
Sheen is searching for a “social media intern” who has things like “#tigerblood” and is “all about #winning.” In 75 characters  or less, hopefuls must explain why they should get the paid summer internship, in which they will work on expanding Sheen’s fan base. Who knows what the ‘warlock’ will come up with next.