The Weekender

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The Weekender

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Dan Groth and Crystal Hartman created this piece as part of “Bound: An Experiment in Coerced Collaboration” at Studio &. The show will open at 5 p.m. Friday.
Nederland-based band The Magic Beans will bring a mix of music that is somewhere between funk, rock, Americana and electronica Saturday night to Animas City Theatre.
Colorado comedian Jeff Wozer will bring his “perfect for Durango” jokes Saturday night to the Henry Strater Theatre.
Gordon Thomas plays Lyman Wyeth, left, Theresa A. Carson plays Brooke Wyeth, right, and Maureen May plays Polly Wyeth in “Other Desert Cities.” The play will open Friday at Durango Arts Center.
Durango band The Assortment has been making music for the last 12 years, and they play a multitude of genres. They’ll showcase their form from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Durango Brewing Co.

The Weekender

Dan Groth and Crystal Hartman created this piece as part of “Bound: An Experiment in Coerced Collaboration” at Studio &. The show will open at 5 p.m. Friday.
Nederland-based band The Magic Beans will bring a mix of music that is somewhere between funk, rock, Americana and electronica Saturday night to Animas City Theatre.
Colorado comedian Jeff Wozer will bring his “perfect for Durango” jokes Saturday night to the Henry Strater Theatre.
Gordon Thomas plays Lyman Wyeth, left, Theresa A. Carson plays Brooke Wyeth, right, and Maureen May plays Polly Wyeth in “Other Desert Cities.” The play will open Friday at Durango Arts Center.
Durango band The Assortment has been making music for the last 12 years, and they play a multitude of genres. They’ll showcase their form from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Durango Brewing Co.
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