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Monday, November 19, 2018

Three Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Monday, Nov. 19

Posted By on Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 1:00 AM

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Truck Stop Women. It's Keep On Truckin' month at The Loft, and what better way to treat yourself then by seeing a movie about a badass mother-daughter duo? Better yet, it's only $3! The Loft Cinema is premiering this 1974 film on Monday night at 8:00 p.m. This action packed film will pull you in many directions, from a brothel to having to fight the mob, you're bound to be surprised. 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. Details Here.

Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity. Calling all science lovers, this is the event for you. Take a look into modern science and learn all about black holes. The UA Flandrau Science Center is showing The Other Side of Infinity a film narrated by Liam Neeson. 1601 E University Blvd. 4 p.m. Free. Details Here.
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Pet Photos with Santa. Get into the Christmas spirit and take Holiday pictures with your precious best friend. Pets are family too and we must make sure they know! What's the best part about it? No crying babies! Domestic animals only and please make sure to clean up after your pet! Every Monday 5:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. until Dec. 17 at the Tucson Mall. 4500 N Oracle Rd.  Details Here.

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Friday, November 16, 2018

Hotel Congress Celebrates 100 Years with the Copper Jubilee

Posted By on Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 12:34 PM

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  • Hotel Congress celebrates 100 years with the Copper Jubilee on Sunday, Nov. 18. Research has proved that Hotel Congress had a soft opening in November of 1918.

Many believe the historic hotel was established in 1919, but with more research on the history, it was found that the building had a soft opening in Nov. 1918. On Sunday, Nov. 18 Hotel Congress will celebrate 100 years of business with the Copper Jubilee.

The Copper Jubilee will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. at Hotel Congress. There will be free birthday cake with 100 candles, historic hotel tours, poetry readings by UA Poetry Center contest winners, historic lectures, painting of the Hotel Congress on the Tap Room patio, food and drink specials from the era, live music all day and a huge surprise at dusk!

Bring items that represent Hotel Congress and downtown Tucson to help fill a 100-year time capsule. The reason for the year-long celebration is to showcase Hotel Congress’ strongly rooted heritage, give thanks to those who have left footprints and set their eyes on the future as they strive to go beyond and continue to be a true travel destination.

The celebrations will continue through Dec. 2019 with events toasting the hotel’s dedication to serving the Tucson community and world travelers for the past century. There will be a variety of new and new versions of events, art exhibits, lecture series, historical and modern additions to the hotel and much more!

10 Historical Facts about Hotel Congress:

1. In 1934 Hotel Congress caught on fire and John Dillinger was captured and tried in Tucson.
2. In the 1940s, because of the fire, Hotel Congress went from 80 to 40 rooms.
3. In 1959 Tiger (Thomas Ziegler) began working in the Tap Room and still works there today.
4. In 1985 Richard and Shana Oseran purchased Hotel Congress and Club Congress, a center for Tucson nightlife opened its doors.
5. In 1989 Muralist Larry Boyce painted the lobby.
6. In 1990 the Cup Café, an eatery that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner opened.
7. In 2000 an event space called the Copper Hall opened.
8. In 2010 the 1930’s cooler was replaced with air conditioning.
9. In 2011 Local Muralist Joe Pagac painted the private guest patio into an urban oasis.
10. In 2013 the Tap Room was renamed “Tiger’s Tap Room” in honor of his 80th birthday.

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13th Annual Family Festival in the Park

Posted By on Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 11:36 AM

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  • Cigna and Tucson Parks and Recreation presents Family Festival in the Park at Reid Park on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please bring canned food to support the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.

Does a day of games, prizes, face painting, crafts, inflatables, tennis, disc golf and class demonstrations sound like fun for you and your family?

On Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Cigna and Tucson Parks and Recreation presents the 13th annual Family Festival in the Park. The event is free and Reid Park Zoo will have $1 admission. Attendees are also invited to bring non-perishable food donations to support the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.

The event will take place at Reid Park and the Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center will host free swimming with an inflatable obstacle course.

Volunteers from Friends of the Reid Park Rose Garden will be giving tours of the garden during the event. There will be entertainment throughout the day and a variety of foods for purchase from local vendors.

Find more information here.

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15 Great Things to Do This Weekend: Nov. 16-18

Posted By on Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 1:00 AM

Sixth Annual Firestone Walker Showcase. The Firestone Walker Brewing Co. is doing a complete tap takeover at the Tap and Bottle Downtown in the brewer’s sixth annual showcase. The “Parabola” or the “Scubula” are just a couple of the several tap options Firestone Walker is bringing to the table. 5 to 9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16. 403 N. Sixth Ave. Details Here.
Ceviche Festival. In the mood for delicious ceviche? The Villa Peru Restaurant will be serving their range of classic ceviche dishes during their bi-annual Ceviche Festival this weekend. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, and Saturday, Nov. 17. The event is free to get in, and each of the ceviche dishes are individually priced. 1745 E. River Road. Details Here.

Copper State. We all know Arizona’s 5 Cs, and we all know that if we had to pick just one C to represent our desert state, it would be copper (with climate in a close second, probably, though that’s debatable). After all, in the mid-19th century, a quarter of the state’s population were miners! Even today, Arizona accounts for about 60 percent of copper production in the United States. To celebrate all the color, history and importance of copper, Tohono Chul asked artists to create pieces that reflect all of that, in any medium they choose. See some beautiful art, take a stroll in the gardens and reflect on what a neat state we live in. Reception is 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, and exhibit runs through Feb. 6, 2019. Tohono Chul Main Gallery, 7366 Paseo del Norte. $13 adults, $10 military/student/senior, $3 kids 5 to 12 and free for members and kids under 5. Details Here.

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Bette Davis Ain’t For Sissies. Here at the Weekly, we love a good one-woman show. This 90-minute performance, written by and starring Jessica Sherr, tells the story of 1930s actress and icon Bette Davis on the night of the 1939 Academy Awards. Davis was nominated for best actress in the film Dark Victory, but the LA Times leaked the names of the winners early (we won’t say who—we don’t want to spoil it in case you didn’t pick up the Times that day). Defiant and disillusioned, Davis straight up just walks out of the Oscars, a moment that is only a part of the story of her battle against Hollywood studios. 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17. Invisible Theatre, 1400 N. First Ave. $35. Details Here.

All Right Now Dance Party with the Rillito River Band. If you haven’t heard the Rillito River Band play yet, where have you been? These long-time Tucsonans cite influences ranging from Cream to the Cure to Van Morrison to James Taylor, and you might hear songs by all of those artists, along with a few originals. If you like three-part harmonies, touching love songs or totally raucous rock ’n’ roll (so, if you’re a human who likes any kind of music), this is a show for you. Get ready to dance, because they’re clearing a space for those of you who will hear this music and not be able to stay off your feet. 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. Gaslight Music Hall, 13005 N. Oracle Road. $12.50. Details Here.

Danny Lyon: The American Southwest, and Mexico. If you’re a fan of Etherton, you’ve probably  seen some of this renowned photographer’s work. But this exhibit, featuring photos from his Southwestern Portfolio taken between 1967 and 1983 and photos from his international traveling retrospective, will include more than a dozen of his works that have never been seen before. And if that doesn’t excite you enough, then how about the fact that Danny Lyon himself is coming to Tucson for the West Coast debut of his new film Wanderer, the fourth in a series he began back in 1971, and to offer an artist talk for the public with Rebecca Senf, the chief curator of the Center for Creative Photography? Photography exhibit opens with a reception from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Etherton Gallery, 135 S. Sixth Ave. Film screening starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, at the Center for Creative Photography, 1030 N. Olive Road. But try to get there at least half an hour early if you want a seat. Details Here.

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Coyote Classics Dog Shows. If you’re a dog person, then what could be more pleasant than spending your weekend watching a dog show? You can watch your favorite breeds compete in categories like their structure, their temperaments and the way they move; you can figure out if showing your own dog is something you might be interested in; and you might even see dog breeds you’ve never seen before. There’s plenty of vendors selling food to fuel you through the day, and it’s Western-themed, so bring your cowboy hat and big ol’ belt buckle if you’d like! Just don’t bring your own dog, OK? Only dogs eligible to be shown are allowed on the grounds. Friday, Nov. 16, through Monday, Nov. 19. Pima County Fairgrounds, 11300 S. Houghton Road. Free. Details Here.

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TMA Holiday Artisans Market. OK, you have just over a month left to get your Christmas shopping done, and way less than that if we’re talkin’ Hanukkah. So put on your shoppin’ shoes , roll up your sleeves and head over to TMA. You can support local artists by buying their gorgeous handmade jewelry, artwork, textiles, crafts and other gifts for your loved ones to wear, hang up and use every day. What’s a better gift than the kind that will have the recipient constantly fielding questions like, “where did you GET that?” and “How can I get one of those?”? When you’re done with a full day of thinking about others, you can treat yourself to something nice right at the same market. Plus, there’s family-friendly activities all day! And a vibraphone! 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, and Sunday, Nov. 18. Tucson Museum of Art, 140 N. Main Ave. Free. Details Here.

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Amado Chili Cook-Off/Classic Car & Motorcycle Show. This event is a fundraiser to help replace the Amado Youth Center that was destroyed by flood this fall. You’ll find a car and motorcycle show, food and craft beer from local vendors, musical entertainment and different chili tasting. Sizzle your palette for a cause! 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Satuday, Nov. 17. 3001 I-19 Frontage Road. Details Here.

Sonoran Harvest: Taste the Desert. What does it mean to taste the desert? In this festival, enjoy food found in the Sonoran Desert, while also being shown how to incorporate it into your everyday life. At the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, have a beer while tasting samples among the saguaros and help determine the Sonoran Harvest Queen or King based on your votes for favorite. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 17. 2021 N. Kinney Road. $45. Details Here.

The UA Chemistry Club Fall Science “Magic” Show. Did you have one of those cool chemistry teachers in high school who did neat tricks with fire that came with an explicit “don’t try this at home, even though you wouldn’t be able to because you don’t have the necessary chemicals” warning? If you did, this is going to make you nostalgic. If you didn’t, now’s your chance to finally live this little slice of the American Dream. The UA Chemistry Club is hosting this free event, full of excitement and education, to remind us that there’s nothing quite so magical as pure, unadulterated science. 11 a.m. to noon. Saturday, Nov. 17. Chemistry Building, Room 111, 1306 E. University Blvd. Free. Details Here.

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Charlie Parker’s Yardbird. The Arizona Opera is taking us on a journey through the mind of one of jazz’s greatest legends this week, the man who said beautifully simple, intensely powerful stuff like “don’t play the saxophone. Let it play you.” The show is told through a series of connected scenes following his death, about Parker attempting to compose his final masterpiece while also facing some of the very demons that made him such a master. One hour before each performance, there’s a lecture on the historical and musical context of the show, and after the Sunday show, there’s a talk back with composer Daniel Schynder and librettist Bridgette A. Wimberly. 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18. Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. $25 to $110. Details Here.

El Tour Fiesta. We’re not going to suggest participating in the actual El Tour race this weekend as a spur-of-the-moment weekend activity. If you’re going to do the tour, you’ve probably known that for a while. If you’re not, you can still decide to head downtown for the after party! Cheer on the finishers, visit the Children’s Museum and nearby art galleries and check out the El Tour Exhibitors. The Michelob Ultra Garden, with food and drink, opens at 11 a.m., and there’s family-friendly entertainment in the downtown area all day until 5 p.m. Registration for the El Tour Fun Ride begins at 7:30 a.m., the first 100-mile finishers are expected around 11 a.m., and the party goes until 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. Armory Park, 221 S. Sixth Ave. Details Here.

Family Festival in the Park. Tucson Parks and Rec is partnering with Cigna for the 13th annual iteration of this event, full of games, prizes, crafts, face painting, tennis, disc golf and that most coveted of childhood event attractions: inflatables. Admission to the Reid Park Zoo will be just $1, with proceeds benefiting the zoo’s conservation fund, and the Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center will host free swimming with an inflatable obstacle course. Plus, you can tour the park’s rose garden, enjoy free entertainment and chow down on food from local vendors. Give back to the community by bringing a canned goods donation for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. Reid Park at 22nd and Country Club. Free, but please bring a non-perishable food donation! Details Here.

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Hotel Congress Copper Jubilee: A Celebration of 100 Years. This Sunday, Hotel Congress will be celebrating 100 years with a Copper Jubilee. The event will include historic tours, a birthday cake lit with 100 candles, specialty cocktails, a John Dillinger gun show and poetry readings. In celebration, Hotel Congress will also be creating a time capsule to be re-opened in 100 years from now to which you can bring something to be included. 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18. 311 Congress St. Free. Details Here.

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Events compiled by Brianna Lewis, Emily Dieckman, B.S. Eliot and Jeff Gardner.

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Ceviche Festival with Villa Peruvian Restaurant

Posted By on Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 6:30 PM

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  • Visit Villa Peru Restaurant for the Ceviche Festival on Friday and Saturday.

Ceviche is not something many desert-dwellers eat very often, but one local restaurant is working to mix that up. Villa Peru Restaurant will be hosting its bi-annual Ceviche Festival this weekend that will be offering 12 different types of traditional Peruvian ceviche dishes!

The various Peruvian ceviche dishes will be made to order, combining the freshest seasonal catch, cured with a leche de tigre citrus-based marinade of lime and ají peppers. Different ceviche dishes will include mahi mahi fish, shrimp, octopus, scallops, black shell clams and mushrooms.

Enjoy live music during night-time hours including a guitarist and harp player, while enjoying tasty seafood dishes.

So how does it work? The festival is free to get in and each of the different ceviche dishes are individually priced. It is definitely worth it to head over to the festival as many of the ceviches are not on the restaurant's regular menu, meaning this weekend is your only chance to taste them!

The festival will be on Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 17 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Villa Peru Restaurant is located on 1745 E River Road.

Save the date and make a reservation with Villa Peruvian Restaurant by calling (520) 900- 7310 or through the online reservations website.

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Laughing Stock: “Southern” Accents.

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Allen Strickland Williams comes to Brew Ha Ha

How much love can Tucson muster for a prep-school-named comic in a suit and tie? You’re not from Stanhope country, are you, son? Somehow on him, though, the anomalous sartorial choice is kinda hot. You know he could beat the pants off Idris Alba in trivia. Then there’s that telltale Southern accent.

Allen Strickland Williams has performed twice on Conan and been named to Comics to Watch lists on both Comedy Central and the Los Angeles Times. He’s performed at South by Southwest, Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival and LA’s Riot Fest, among many other festivals. And he trained with UCB in both improv and sketch.

An iPhone flip through his YouTube channel is the best choice in any waiting room. Plus, he plays guitar, writes for Vice and, in an impossible case, landed a role in the 2018 season opener of Corporate.

Brew Ha Ha co-producers Rory Monserrat and Matt Ziemak regard his booking for their Nov. 19 Brew Ha Ha a big step in the project’s growth.

“Our main goal for Brew Ha Ha has always been to produce a quality stand-up showcase,” Zeimak says, “so being able to bring in these comics we respect and enjoy lets me know that the hard work we’re doing is paying off.

“(Partnering) with such a caring local business (Borderlands Brewing Company) has definitely helped make this a show people come back to month after month.”

The rest of the Nov. 19 bill includes New Yorker Brian Bahe, Phoenicians Tristan Bowling and Dana Whissen, and Tucsonan Eli W.T.

There’s a Brew Ha Ha every third Monday at Borderlands Brewery. The cover is $5, payable at the door and includes one of any Borderlands brew.

Blame it on Estrogen

Our top women-run comedy show, The Estrogen Hour, and the upstart Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby, both play for your adventurous mind this week.

A benefit for cancer research, The Estrogen Hour isn’t entirely about sex, but it always sells out. The show is at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 2. It’s $15 plus a two-item minimum. Go to Estrogen Hour on Facebook for reservation details and the lineup.

Rebecca Tingley says her “Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby” on Thanksgiving, is all about giving and receiving. That show’s gift is that we always learn something new. It’s at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 22, at Club Congress; $3. 

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Four Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Thursday, Nov. 14

Posted By on Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 8:54 AM

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Free Third Thursdays at MOCA: Oracle Cards and Meditation. It’s the third Thursday of the month again already?! Nuts. That means it’s the penultimate third Thursday event of the year! To find out what next year holds, head to MOCA to make your own oracle cards with the staff, or get a free one-card tarot reading from the Ninth House. You can also enjoy a facilitated meditation in the South Galleries amidst some art by Alison Blickle. Of course, there’s always a cash bar and food trucks at these MOCA events as well, and you don’t need any oracle to tell you that. 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15. 265 S. Church Ave. Free. Details Here.

Beijing Guitar Duo. Two of the most outstanding guitarists of their generation, Meng Su and
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 Yameng Wang, are returning to the UA to perform at Crowder Hall, and you don’t want to miss it. Before the two women were a duo, they were outstandingly successful solo players, Su winning the Vienna Youth Guitar Competition and Christopher Parkening Young Guitarist Competition, and Wang being the youngest guitarist to win the Tokyo International Guitar Competition at age TWELVE. Seriously, they’re talented. And they’re going to be playing music that will blow you away. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15. Crowder Hall, 1017 N. Olive Road. $14 to $45+. Details Here.

On the Verge, or The Geography of Yearning. This production is the next installment in the UA School of Theatre, Film & Television’s Studio Series, in which theater students put on original, contemporary productions with a bare-essentials production model, so as to keep the work of the students a focus. The idea is for viewers to enjoy the collaboration, innovation and process unfolding before them, rather than just the product. In this show in particular, three women come together to explore Terra Incognita, the last unexplored territory. Along the way, the reflect on past and future, their inner and outer selves and what makes them human. 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15 through Saturday, Nov. 17 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18. Harold Dixon Directing Studio, Drama Building (Room 116), 1025 N. Olive Road. $7. Details Here.

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On Your Feet! If the very thought of Emilio and Gloria Estefan is enough to make you want to get up on your feet, then this is a show for you. We all know about the part where they ruled the pop music world, but not everyone knows that, just when they thought they had it all, they almost lost everything. This show takes viewers behind the music and shows them how this record-making, ground-breaking, hip-shaking couple ended up on their feet. Two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell directs, Olivier Award winner Sergio Trujillo choreographs and Academy Award winner Alexander Dinelaris wrote the book. Get on your feet! 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15; 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, and Saturday, Nov. 17; 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17; and both 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18. $19 to $125. Centennial Hall. 1020 E. University Blvd. Details Here.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Three Great Things to Do Today: Wednesday, Nov. 14

Posted By on Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 1:00 AM

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Rafiki at the Loft Cinema. The Loft Film Fest is here, so it's an excuse to see as many movies as possible. Rafiki, a film in competition for the Cicae Award, is a romantic story between two women in a society that bans homosexuality. Even though this film has been banned in Kenya, the African culture shines proud throughout this movie and the director wants it to be an example of what the African film world should look like. She describes its as "Afrobubblegum" which means, fun, fierce, and frivolous African Art. See this film at The Loft at 3 p.m. Details Here.

UA Dance “Premium Blend” 2018. If you’ve ever seen a show put on by the UA School of Dance, you won’t be surprised to hear that it’s got what’s considered one of the top dance programs in the United States. The director of admissions at Juilliard listed it as one of the best 20 in “The Performing Arts Major’s College Guide,” for example. At their annual fall presentation, you’ll see athleticism and artistry at their finest in the Stevie Eller Dance Theatre. The 140-person ensemble performs more than 40 times a year, but this chance to see some of the best in ballet and contemporary dance in an intimate setting is not to be missed. Wednesday, Nov. 14 through Sunday, Nov. 18, with shows at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, 1:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 6 p.m. Sunday. Stevie Elle
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r Dance Theatre, 1737 E. University Blvd. Details Here.

Eli Young Band at the Rialto. A modern country band, also known as a true band of brothers who each play their own instruments, bring some unique beats to the stage. With their fourth studio album titled "Fingerprints" these self-proclaimed "misfits" are embracing what makes them unique. They will be performing at the Rialto Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 14. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. and the show will start at 8:00 p.m. Tickets $24-27 per person. Details Here.

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