Music


The Lass Who Went Out With The Cry of Dawn: A Celtic Yarn

Performances at 1 & 3 p.m. March 11; 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. March 12, 1137 Huron St., Denver. Free, but donations are accepted. Reservations can be made by emailing patti@bitsystage.com or calling 720-328-5294.

Nothing like a dose of Irish folklore to start off the greenest month of the year. The team behind the BiTSY Stage is serving up just such a tale this weekend with their newest adaptation of an international folktale, “The Lass Who Went Out With The Cry Of Dawn.” Patti Murtha is directing actors Ryan Barnett, Hannah Carmichael, Karin Carr, Jessica Hall, Katie Medved, Rekha Ohal and Veronica Straight-Lingo through this modern, family-friendly take on a traditional Irish yarn. The show runs through April 2 with a special benefit performance Saturday, March 18.

The folks at OPENair are inviting families to stop by their tricked-out creative space this Friday to, well, make stuff with knickknacks and paddy whacks — either those you bring from home or used from the school’s supplies. It’s a solid excuse, ahem, opportunity, to take the family out and learn something … and sample some of the delicious food, drink and wares at any of the nearly two dozen other establishments currently open at Stanley


Adele accepts the award for album of the year for "25" at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)

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