Posted: April 22, 2009
Butler’s choice: “Radio Golf,” etown & vampire flicks
What's going on this weekendBy Mary Butler
August Wilson’s “Radio Golf”
The Denver Center Theater Company is the only major group to produce all August Wilson’s “The Pittsburgh Cycle” – each set in a different 20th century decade; “Radio Golf” is the final work in the 10-play cycle. The show’s run ends Saturday; Tickets $34 to $51.
Etown & Ralph Stanley
Boulder-based radio show etown celebrates its 18th birthday with a special guest performance of legendary bluegrass artist Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys and Ramblin' Jack Elliot. Tickets for the 7 p.m. show are $35.
“Interview with a Vampire” vs. “Twilight”
The Denver Film Center screens the old school and new school vampire movies – “Interview with a Vampire” and “Twilight” – head to head for a thrilling family night that includes pizza and soda in-between the films. Tickets are $6 to $14.
Dancing with Horses: Lipizzaner Stallions
Dubbed ‘equine ballet,’ the Broomfield Event Center is hosting the “world famous” Lipizzaner Stallions in this 38th anniversary performance. Tickets are $28.50 to $33.50.
DAM Kids Day
Family friendly programming celebrates children from around the world at the Denver Art Museum; The event, titled Dia de Nino/Day of the Child, is free and runs from noon until 4 p.m.
Neil Young at DU
Neil Young brings his legendary folksy, yet hard-rockin’ style to the University of Denver’s Magness Arena for a 7 p.m. show, with the Neville Brothers and Everest. Tickets are $63 to $157.
Norman Provizer’s weekly Jazz Notes column for the latest news on upcoming shows, compliments of KUVO 89 Jazz.
Mary Butler is ColoradoBiz's online editor.