Roamin' the Range, January 2015

Roamin’ the Range

There are a few more days to be tickled and touched by Bas Bleu Theatre’s presentation of “King ‘o the Moon,” directed by Jonathan Farwell. The innocence of the ‘50s gives way to the tumultuous ‘60s in the blue collar Catholic Pazinski clan. The show ends Jan. 4. Murray Schisgal’s “Luv,” a Tony award-winning comedy set in 1960s New York, runs Feb. 7-March 8. The theater is located at 401 Pine St. in Fort Collins. For more information see www.basbleu.org.

Open Stage Theatre presents Sam Shepard’s “True West,” at the Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre January 10-31. Directed by Sydney Parks Smith, The Guardian describes the play as “Electrifying, dangerous and chillingly funny.” There is a pay-what-you-can night Jan. 15. Tickets available at Lincoln Center box office, 317 Magnolia St., or call 970-221-6730.

In January the Lincoln Center, 317 Magnolia St. in Fort Collins, is presenting “Del McCoury Plays Woody Guthrie,” Jan. 17; Studio West’s “A Season of Dance,” Jan. 11; “Jeremy Denk,” Jan. 20; and “Nichole Nordeman in Concert,” Jan. 23. For more information and to purchase tickets, 970-221-6730 or see the Lincoln Center website.

Midtown Arts Center, 3750 S. Mason St., Fort Collins will delight Alfred Hitchcock fans as they bring the film, “39 Steps to the theater Jan. 9 through March 7. A classic “who-done-it” mystery, four actors play more than 100 roles. Proclaimed “the most entertaining show on Broadway” by the New York Post. The company’s new studio space, Studio 2, opens with Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd,” a musical masterpiece of obsession and revenge, Jan. 7 through March 8. Information and tickets: midtownartscenter.com or 970-225-2555.

Map lovers will enjoy a chance to view a private collection of 18th and 19th century American maps at Lone Tree Antiques and Fine Art Gallery, 115-117 First St. in Eaton through Jan. 7. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Many of the maps are rare and show the progression of territories into states. A map of Greeley shows John Fremont’s early Colorado explorations and an 1860s map of territorial Colorado is signed by the surveyor general of the United States. For more information call 970-353-7951 or see lonetreeantiques.com.

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