MUSIC Guy Le Claire Trio. Today, 9pm, The Jazz Club, $80 Virtuoso Australian guitarist Le Claire, partnered by the formidable bass and drums team of Peter Scherr and Anthony Fernandes, will be performing a set of jazz standards and original compositions which tonight is being recorded for international CD release. The trio enjoy an enthusiastic following which will undoubtedly want to be part of the record of the evening, so showing up early is advisable. Le Claire's playing is technically highly adept but tasteful rather than flashy, which matches Scherr's approach to the double bass. Fernandes requires no introduction. This should be an interesting show - so be there. Alley Cats. Tomorrow 8.30pm, Fringe Club Theatre, $120, members, senior citizens and the disabled $90, students $80 A rare opportunity to hear good American college a cappella singing from a group of well established exponents of the style. The Alley Cats, who should be considerably more melodilous than their name implies, are the latest incarnation of an ensemble founded in 1943 and specialise in jazz, but also perform barbershop material, as you may expect, along with pop standards, ballads and show tunes. This is one of the stops on their first Asian tour. THEATRE Dramarama. Saturday 5.30pm and 8pm, Fringe Club Theatre, $50, members, students and senior citizens $40 Described as 'a fun physical-theatre show for the whole family' which means of course that this is one for the children. Dramatisations of Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes and The Twits, John Bradwell's School Of Witches, and Barnsley's Shame, a more adult piece by Helen Lesley about two elderly pensioners losing their home. Dramarama is a 40-strong juvenile theatre group with members aged between eight and 13. EXHIBITION The American Dream - Series 11. Starts tomorrow 10am to 6pm, Wagner Gallery, 7/F Lusitano Building, 4 Duddell Street, Central A major exhibition of modern masters including Robert Motherwell, Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella, Roy Liechtenstein, Christo and David Hockney. The Warhols in particular will be a revelation to those familiar only with the Marilyn Monroe-Campbell's soup side of his work. One seldom gets the opportunity outside the world's major public galleries to view the works of so many of the key figures in modern art side by side, and this show, which continues until June 27, is certainly not to be missed. CINEMA After The Crescent. Saturday, 7.30pm, Hong Kong Arts Centre Lim Por Yen Film Theatre, $50, Urbtix One in a programme of movies by independent Hong Kong film-makers, each of whom attends the screening and takes part in a discussion of the work afterwards. After The Crescent is directed by Chang Wai-hung who took Fellini's La Voce Della Luna as his inspiration, but set his tale in Wan Chai where a girl looks back on her childhood and focuses various confused thoughts, hopes and frustrations on the full moon. The film is in Cantonese but English subtitles are supplied. Cold Fever And Dolce Vita. Thursday 7.30pm and Saturday 2.30pm, Hong Kong Arts Centre Lim Por Yen Film Theatre, $50, Urbtix Now this is a bizarre double bill. Cold Fever is an Icelandic production in Icelandic, Japanese and English but there are subtitles for those who speak only the latter. Starring Masatose Nagase, who made his name in the West with his starring role in Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train, this is 'a story of golf and ghosts; an old Citroen and exploding icebergs, funerals and boiled sheep's head' and the usual journey of self discovery. I can hardly wait. Dolce Vita - not by any means to be confused with Fellini's La Dolce Vita - is a Norwegian experimental film about a woman shining shoes in the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo. According to the blurb it is 'not overly complex in its approach' but then it is only nine minutes long. Cold Fever is a good enough reason to attend. DANCE Xi Yan - Homecoming. From Thursday, 8.15pm, Fringe Club Studio, $90, members, senior citizens and the elderly $70 A contemporary dance theatre work by Florence Lui and Friends performed in Cantonese and English which also uses some elements of Cantonese opera. The theme is the topical one of the feelings of emigrants returning to Hong Kong. It looks interesting.