Indulge your inner geek at this weekly improv comedy and pop culture mashup. The performance features an expert in somewhat arcane and definitely nerdy knowledge—this week's topic is Tolkien—and uses that as a platform to educate and entertain the audience. Shire dwellers undoubtedly would not approve. Sat 8 p.m.
With the Super Bowl just around the corner, now's the perfect time to work on your chili-making skills. Practice a crowd-pleasing chili recipe and learn how to throw together some game day snacks with Cafe Options executive chef, Craig Dixon. Wed 6 p.m.
Anwar Congo and his friends helped kill more than one million supposed communists, Chinese, and intellectuals during the overthrow of the Indonesian government in 1965, but have never been punished. These filmmakers challenged Congo and his friends to reenact the murders through their favorite film genres.
View the premiere of American Idol like never before. For the popular show's 13th season, Fox is broadcasting the first episode on the big screen. When the first round of auditions are done, participate in an interactive Q&A with host Ryan Seacrest and judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. Tue 4 p.m.
You can thank the men of the 1oth Mountain Division for the prevalence of skiing in Colorado. This documentary tells the story of the World War II division that trained in the Rockies and returned home after the war to help develop the lifestyle sport of skiing. Thu 7 p.m.
Prepare yourself for an auditory adventure. This Canadian electronic dance duo will lead you through the highs and lows of EDM erudition. Take in the assumed sonic dissonance of high-pitched female vocal samples and convulsive bass drops as that discord becomes an elusive musical contradiction: a harmonious cacophony that actually works. Sat 9 p.m.
When the nine members of the Brooklyn-based and Berklee-born Turkuaz bring the funk, they bring it fast-paced, and they bring it loud. Throw in vivid getups and chest-rattling bass for a true sensory onslaught reminiscent of Sly & the Family Stone, Parliament, and other funk legends. Fri 9 p.m.
In the aftermath of war, how do you return home and confront a past you want to forget? In this drama by Matthew Lopez, a Jewish Confederate soldier arrives at his house to find his former slaves living in the ruins. As they celebrate Passover together, they are forced to face their mutual pasts and uncertain futures. Thu-Sun 8 p.m.
RedLine kicks off a year-long focus on women's contributions to contemporary art (She Crossed the Line) with Transit of Venus. A group of powerful female artists from the University of Colorado came together in the 1970s, hungry for a greater representation of women i
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