Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
Ryan Summerlin May 30, 2014
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ORPHANS by Lyle Kessler, a Dark Comedy
Dillon, May 30 to June 1
6:30 p.m., The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. Deserted in childhood Treat and Phillip live together in a dilapidated row house in North Philadelphia. But the brothers’ complacent lifestyle is interrupted when a Chicago gangster unexpectedly arrives on the scene. Contains Mature Content. Tues., Wed., Thurs. ($29 adults, $22 students), Fri., Sat., Sun. ($32 adults, $22 students), Sun. ma.
Film: The Garden of Steven with I’m Harry Clark
Breckenridge, May 30
7 p.m., Backstage Theatre, 121 South Ridge St. The Breckenridge Festival of Film and the Breckenridge Backstage Theater present their Spring Film Series: with ‘Garden of Steven,’ (Short Film) and “I’m Harry Clark.’ Purchase tickets at the Backstage Theater Box Office prior to the show. (970) 453-0199.
The Blues is Dead
Dillon, May 30
9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Great dancing to a blues band with a Greatful Dead twist, drink specials.
Breckenridge, May 30
5:30 p.m., Ridge Street Wine, Cheese and Chocolate, Adams St Alley. Josh Galvin will be playing original songs and exciting covers.
Frisco, May 30
9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Spafford is Las Vegas’ unofficial official late night party band. They can best be described as electronic-funk for the soul. This is a free show.
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