Boulder this weekend: Spamalot, Pridefest and Russian Avant-Garde

By Jessica Caballero

Boulder Dinner Theater presents “Spamalot”

Juliet Whittman of Westword previews Boulder Dinner Theater’s “Spamalot,” which begins its run this week through March 2014. Playwright, lyricist, and composer Eric Idle worked with composers John Du Prez and Neil Innes to create the Tony award winning musical “ripped lovingly from the 1975 motion picture ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’.”

10th Annual Boulder Pridefest – for the first time at the Boulder Theater

The 10th Annual Boulder Pridefest is happening this weekend for the first time at the Boulder Theater after being delayed by the September floods. This year, the festival will be featuring Denver natives The Tah Tahs, burlesque and drag, and aerial dancers. The main event will be on Saturday night from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Boulder Theater, with a  21 and older after party for an additional cost, beginning at 9 p.m. with proceeds going to Out Boulder for losses sustained postponing the festival.

Adam Lerner’s “From Russia With Drinks” book conversation and presentation

On her blog page for Westword, Bree Davies discusses an exhibition of Russian Avant-Garde pieces with Adam Lerner, director at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. A conversation and presentation of his new book “From Russia With Drinks” about how he acquired these pieces and what it took to exhibit them will take place at the MCA Denver on Saturday, November 23 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.


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