“Everyone should just go to every weekend of Out There. It’s ridiculous that they don’t.” That’s verbatim from our editor’s discussion of how we should frame The Walker’s Out There series, which consistently presents work that’s a little more interesting, a little weirder, and a little better than the vast majority of shows happening in Twincy. This weekend’s program RooseElvis, which kicks off tonight, presents the case in point: The ladies of NYC-based The TEAM play the spirits of Teddy Roosevelt and The King Elvis Presley who both try to steer Ann, a meat-processing plant worker, in different gendered directions in a commentary on America’s masculinity archetypes. It’s intellectual, but comedic and enjoyable, and we definitely recommend you getting out there. 8 PM. $20. —Erin S. Carleson

Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin Ave, MPLS; walkerart.org