Explore More: 4 events this weekend in Routt County
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Explore a mix of in-person and virtual events happening this weekend in Routt County.
Sopris Theatre Co. presents ‘The Nina Variations’
7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday
Written by contemporary playwright Steven Dietz, “The Nina Variations” traps Chekhov’s star-crossed lovers Nina and Treplev in a room and doesn’t let them out. Online performances will include audience members throughout the CMC district. Season ticket holders and CMC Spring Valley students must contact the Sopris Theatre Co.’s box office at email@example.com or call 970-947-8177 to arrange tickets for the play.
Artists on Film: Maya Angelou
Ends 11:59 p.m. April 28
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents the Peabody-winning documentary, “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise,” the biography of an influential civil rights activist and poet, during National Poetry Month. Stream the 114-minute film for free with a library card.
Four Directions, Common Paths: Oberg, Smith, Whitcomb, Young
Runs through Sept. 5
Steamboat Art Museum, 807 Lincoln Ave.
The Steamboat Art Museum announces the extension of its exhibition “Four Directions, Common Paths” with Ralph Oberg, Skip Whitcomb, Matt Smith and Dan Young, a retrospective of their 30-year personal relationship presenting on-site and studio paintings as well as new work. Each artist displays 25 paintings, many from the artists’ private collections and from collectors, as well as new works available for purchase. The exhibit tells the story of their relationship through photographs as well as videos. A trip through this exhibit with these four master plein air/landscape painters offers a special treat. For information and paintings, visit SteamboatArtMuseum.org.
Poem a Day in Bud’s Story Dispenser
Ends April 30
With April being National Poetry Month, the Bud Werner Memorial Library’s virtual short story dispenser offers endless poems every day.
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