Get your pillows fluffed and your stretch-knit, leather-footed onesies stuffed, because St. Louis' own swinging suspension society, Corn Tryb, hosts a slightly salacious sporee for rough-and-tumble grownups unafraid to dress all the way down to their PJs. Tonight the Bad Dog Bar and Grill (3960 Chouteau Avenue; www.baddogstl.com) is home to a Pajama Movie Night with popcorn, Jell-O shots and a double feature sure to chase away the zzzs. On the docket is John Cameron Mitchell's Shortbus, renowned for its solid story, touching characters and nonsimulated full-penetration sex. Also on the bill is the 1977 cult classic Desperate Living, the only feature film director John Waters made without Divine prior to the actor's death. The fun starts at 7 p.m., and the event is strictly limited to those 21 and older. Admission is free, but a $5 donation is suggested. Proceeds will go toward the production of the Creepshow Carnivale Parts I & II.
Thu., March 27, 7 p.m., 2014