0 Comments · Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Some comic actors are better identified
by their characters they portray, like Ken Marino: You may know him as
Auggie’s slacker step-dad; a Jewish summer camp counselor/unlikely
virgin; or a Los Angeles caterer and future Soup R’ Crackers franchise
by Jac Kern
at 12:00 PM | Permalink
Get ready to hump
the fridge, write in your gournal and party Camp Firewood style,
because Mayday is throwing a Wet Hot American Summer
party Saturday. Enjoy a summer movie marathon, burgers and dogs from the grill,
craft beers and a late-night dance party. The fun begins at 6 p.m. and
continues through the night. I want you inside me!
LGBTQ magazine CNKY Scene presents its first-ever film festival this weekend.
The three-day fest will screen 22 international short and feature films,
present Q&As and workshops through Sunday at Know Theater. Special events
include the screening of Raid of the
Rainbow Lounge followed by Q&A with narrator, actress Meredith Baxter
and after-parties each night. Find a full schedule here.
Tickets start at $10; a full-access pass is $60.The Chippendales perform at Belterra Casino Friday. Find your own Magic Mike.
Travel back in
time for a Midsummer Masquerade
at Loveland Castle Saturday. Dress in masks and costume, or just sport your most
fanciful duds, and enjoy performances by Dante’s Gypsy Circus, Robbin Marks
Magic, aerial dancers, live music and more. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at
the door — er, castle gates. The soiree runs 8-11 p.m.Come to the castle early
for an all-ages festival beginning at 11 a.m. Castle Day features food, beer,
crafts, entertainment and a great opportunity to saunter the castle grounds.Considered to be the oldest festival in Cincinnati, Schutzenfest is a German celebration for all ages. The Kolping Center will be packed with authentic food and beer, games, vendors, rides and lots of live entertainment. The fest runs Friday-Sunday and admission is $3. Find details here.
If you missed
Thursday’s presentation of Ugandan artist Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine’s multimedia piece, A
Friday night is the last chance. Mwine portrays four different characters
onstage to describe the oppression of LGBTQ citizens in Uganda. The performance
includes raw video footage and photographs, dealing with a serious subject
matter with an upbeat tone. Tickets for the 8 p.m. performance are $20, $14 for
members.Ongoing events include the Vent Haven ConVENTion, the Warren County Fair and more arts and theater suggestions from our To Do page.