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Art Week Live Performances


Been missing the wonders of an amazing cultural experience hosted IN-PERSON? Get your fill of laughter and entertainment with a variety of comedy shows and theatre performances.

Saturday, April 23

Sense and Sensibility

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre

April 23  |  7:30 pm

Presented by OpenStage Theatre

The classic Jane Austen tale of the Dashwood sisters gets a spirited update from a fresh female playwright. Full of humor and bold theatricality Sense and Sensibility examines our reactions, both reasonable and ridiculous, to societal pressure. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart?

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Red-Handed Otter

Bas Bleu Theatre

April 23  |  7:30 pm

“We’re talking about one of the best cats in history!” Not long ago, Paul had a girlfriend, a cat, and few complaints. Now? Well, at least he’s got his health. In this shaggy dog guide to modern romance, Paul’s work buddies try to cheer him up. But you know what they say about the best intentions…a passionate and profound comedy about people and their pets, that hilariously explores the dark side of warm and fuzzy.

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Sunday, April 24

That Golden Girls Show!

Lincoln Center Performance Hall

April 24  |  7:30 pm

That Golden Girls Show! is a brand-new show that parodies classic Golden Girls moments—with puppets!

Get set for an evening of cheesecake, laughter, jazzercise, shoulder pads, sex and the elegant art of the quick-witted put down—from Sophia’s get-rich-quick schemes, to Rose’s tales from St. Olaf, Blanche’s insatiable hunt for men and the Fountain of Youth, and Dorothy’s daily struggle to make sense of her life.

Devoted fans will fondly remember our four girls from Miami, and for the firsttimers, this will be a joyful introduction to the brilliance of that television series.

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Red-Handed Otter

Bas Bleu Theatre

April 24  |  7:30 pm

“We’re talking about one of the best cats in history!” Not long ago, Paul had a girlfriend, a cat, and few complaints. Now? Well, at least he’s got his health. In this shaggy dog guide to modern romance, Paul’s work buddies try to cheer him up. But you know what they say about the best intentions…a passionate and profound comedy about people and their pets, that hilariously explores the dark side of warm and fuzzy.

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Improv Night at The Comedy Fort

The Comedy Fort

April 24  |  7:30 – 9:00 pm

Brewed in Fort Collins Colorado in 2013, this bold improv pack is at the top of its craft. Similar in style to “Whose Line is it Anyway,” the Comedy Brewers put on a high-octane improv comedy show where each performance is unique and made up on the spot from audience suggestions. Featuring Fort Collins’ most seasoned improv comedians, it’s a fast, hysterical, and highly interactive show that has been proven to be the most fun allowed by Colorado law.

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Wednesday, April 27

The Fort’s Funniest Standup Comedy Tournament

The Comedy Fort

April 27  |  7:00 pm

The First Annual Standup Comedy Competition at The Fort! This is a bracket style, single elimination tournament where comics of all experience levels bring their best tight 5 and put that up against their fellow local comics for a chance at taking home cash prizes and paid stage time at the Fort!

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Friday, April 29

Alice in Wonderland

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre

April 29  |  7:30 pm

What could be more perfect than a picnic with your sister?  A book of poetry, a game of cards, and a talking rabbit.  Talking rabbit?  Curiouser and curiouser!  Thus, begins the most famous adventure in children’s literature: What Alice finds down that rabbit hole and beyond…the madcap world of Wonderland!

If it was only the rabbit, Alice might not be as confused.  However, there’s also a caucus race, a tea party, a croquet game and an absurd trial about stolen tarts. This beloved classic follows Alice’s adventures in a land of interesting and confusing inhabitants. Some want to feed her, some want to crown her, and one wants to chop off her head! A Dodo bird, a giant caterpillar, a temperamental cook, a disappearing cat and a singing turtle are but a few of the unusual characters who lead young Alice on her journey to the eighth square.

To celebrate their 30th season, Debut Theatre Company takes you on a delightful adventure to capture the imagination of all ages with clever, nonsensical word-play and irreverent humor. Lewis Carroll’s famous story about dreams and reality, childhood and growing up, games and nonsense, will transport you to a land that vexes time, stretches space and asks you to believe at least six impossible things before breakfast.

Join Alice, the white Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts and Debut Theatre in a story sure to engage adventurers of all ages.  Don’t be late for a very important date!

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Red-Handed Otter

Bas Bleu Theatre

April 29  |  7:30 pm

“We’re talking about one of the best cats in history!” Not long ago, Paul had a girlfriend, a cat, and few complaints. Now? Well, at least he’s got his health. In this shaggy dog guide to modern romance, Paul’s work buddies try to cheer him up. But you know what they say about the best intentions…a passionate and profound comedy about people and their pets, that hilariously explores the dark side of warm and fuzzy.

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Saturday, April 30

Alice in Wonderland

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre

April 30  |  7:30 pm

What could be more perfect than a picnic with your sister?  A book of poetry, a game of cards, and a talking rabbit.  Talking rabbit?  Curiouser and curiouser!  Thus, begins the most famous adventure in children’s literature: What Alice finds down that rabbit hole and beyond…the madcap world of Wonderland!

If it was only the rabbit, Alice might not be as confused.  However, there’s also a caucus race, a tea party, a croquet game and an absurd trial about stolen tarts. This beloved classic follows Alice’s adventures in a land of interesting and confusing inhabitants. Some want to feed her, some want to crown her, and one wants to chop off her head! A Dodo bird, a giant caterpillar, a temperamental cook, a disappearing cat and a singing turtle are but a few of the unusual characters who lead young Alice on her journey to the eighth square.

To celebrate their 30th season, Debut Theatre Company takes you on a delightful adventure to capture the imagination of all ages with clever, nonsensical word-play and irreverent humor. Lewis Carroll’s famous story about dreams and reality, childhood and growing up, games and nonsense, will transport you to a land that vexes time, stretches space and asks you to believe at least six impossible things before breakfast.

Join Alice, the white Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts and Debut Theatre in a story sure to engage adventurers of all ages.  Don’t be late for a very important date!

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Red-Handed Otter

Bas Bleu Theatre

April 30  |  7:30 pm

“We’re talking about one of the best cats in history!” Not long ago, Paul had a girlfriend, a cat, and few complaints. Now? Well, at least he’s got his health. In this shaggy dog guide to modern romance, Paul’s work buddies try to cheer him up. But you know what they say about the best intentions…a passionate and profound comedy about people and their pets, that hilariously explores the dark side of warm and fuzzy.

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