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March 28th

Revolt of the Beavers

Stein’s Deli, 8p.m.

Cripple Creek begins a year long experiment of theatre for the people

 

Easter Egg Hunt

NOMA, 11a.m.

Find the eggs in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden

 

Rising Appalachia

Civic Theater, 9p.m.

Mountain folk

 

Tank and the Bangas and the Second Line Show

Tipitina’s, 9p.m.

Bucket Brigade Brings Earth Day by the Bayou


The Louisiana Bucket Brigade has been keeping busy with benzene leaks and bayou blazes, but they’re putting down their clipboards for tomorrow’s eco-friendly festival. Join local nonprofits at tomorrow’s Earth Day Fest and Green Business Expo on Bayou St. John. Dumpstaphunk is headlining, and guests can become better earth keepers in between all the eating, kayaking, and merrymaking.


A Fancy-ful End

The Future is a Fancyland Place: A Review



NoDef Drama Writer Helen Jaksch heads to the Allways Lounge for the doomsday-minded collaboration between Goat in the Road Productions and Cripple Creek Players, "The Future is a Fancyland Place."


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