Fri November 11, 2011
Arts & Culture

KUNC Entertainment Report

Great Music, Theatre, Dance, and dinners in the dark along Colorado's Front Range this weekend.

Experience a dinner and concert unlike any other. The Blind Cafe is an award winning community awareness concert and dinner in complete darkness. It’s a mind-bending, heart-opening experience where you can explore your other senses, free of visual distractions in a safe, fun and meaningful environment. Discuss issues related to blindness. Listen to a concert by Rosh and One Eye Glass Broken. Share a vegetarian meal prepared to delight your senses by Boulder’s own Chef Marcus McCauley. Bring your friends and come prepared to build new friendships and community on a night you will never forget or SEE!v Tonight at the First Baptist church of Boulder starting at 6:45pm  720.495.7797

Tonight and tomorrow night at 7- it’s The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 at Loveland’s Rialto Theatre.  The Slasher strikes again! Stranded by a blizzard, a cast of Broadway hopefuls tries to figure out which of them is a killer. Enjoy secret identities, secret passages, secret codes plus a comedic stab at Hollywood, Broadway and German cooking.  970-962-2120 

Boulder Potters Guild Sale started yesterday and runs through this weekend at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont. Aside from the beautiful and creative work, there will be daily drawings to win artists' pottery and daily pottery demonstrations. 10-8 today and tomorrow and 10-4 on Sunday. 303-447-0310 or www.boulderpottersguild.com.

CSU presents their annual Fall Dance Concert featuring guest artists, designers and choreographers, and CSU alumni, students, faculty, and the CSU Ballet Repertory Ensemble,. For an extraordinary evening of innovative contemporary and classical dance featuring collaborative expertise. Tonight at 8pm and tomorrow 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., University Dance Theatre, UCA.

Reveille 3 has been entertaining audiences across the state of Colorado since 2008. Together, Alison Mueller, Christine Herivel, and Marnie Ward, bring their multitude of experiences in theater, dance, jazz, and cabaret to the stage, creating a unique, multi-disciplined act. Their original shows are inspired by and pay tribute to the 1940’s and WWII through music made popular by the Andrew Sisters.  You can hear them tonight at the Harmony Library in Ft. Collins at 7pm!

The Longmont Theatre continues its run of the Regional Premier of Frost/Nixon in   The show runs  in 7:30 performances and 2:00 Sunday matinees until the 19th

Open Stage Theatre brings us The original stage version of the classic cult film The Rocky Horror Show is an outrageous parody of science fiction and horror films is the biggest and baddest rock ‘n’ roll musical of them all, so sharpen those stilettos for the rockiest ride of your life! Thursdays – Sundays till November 27thin 7:30 performances and 2:00 matinees on Sundays. www.iopenstage.com

The Greeley Philharmonic brings “Love is in the Aria”to Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center tomorrow night (11/12)  and includes students from the UNC Opera Theatre.  Selections from Operas by Verdi, Wagner, Bernstein, Strauss, Mozart and Puccini at 7:30  There will be a Conversation with the conductor, Glen Cortese beginning at 6:40 p.m. in the Hensel Phelps Theatre. 

Tomorrow (11/12).Colorado’s premier Baroque choir, Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents Come Ye Sons of Art , including music by Monteverdi, Handel, Purcell and others with a period orchestra. Artistic Director Evanne Browne directs the chamber choir featuring guest soloists which specializes in 17th-18th century music. 7:30p First United Methodist Church in Boulder.

Jubilant  Bridge has their Annual Benefit for the Food Bank for Larimer County on Sat., Nov. 26, 7:30 PM, Avogadro’s Number- great music for a great cause in a great place.  You can’t go wrong

Tomorrow night (11/12) , The Lynn Skinner Quintet presents True Blue: Joni Mitchell (1971-1974) at Denver’s Swallow Hill Music Hall www.swallowhillmusic.orgUnleash your inner Goddess at the Athena Festival this Sunday (11/13), offering a day of Fun, Enlightenment, Art and Shopping! Featuring over 80 vendors, authors, healers and readers from across the nation! 11am – 5pm at the Ramada Plaza I-25 and 120thin Northglenn.  http://www.athenafestival.com/

The Denver Mandolin Orchestra presents the Jurassic Rascals and the Hoagies in a performance to benefit Rocky Mountain Honor ‘flight and their work for WWII Vets, Sunday, November 20that the Wynkoop Brewery in LoDo 7pm.

Saturday, November 26, 2011 Historic Downtown Greeley  will host a "Downtown Open House" 9am to 5:30pm. Come see the special offers,