Arts & Entertainment

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When the devil visits a 17th century village in playwright Jen Silverman's dark comedy, "Witch," he finds easy marks among the townsfolk, who readily give up their souls in exchange for their deepest wishes. But then he encounters Elizabeth, whom the village has deemed a witch and cruelly shunned. She won't give up her soul so easily, even though it seems she has much to gain. The new Theatreworks play opens Thursday at Ent Center for the Arts and runs through Oct. 10. 

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Colorado Springs resident Jenna Hilb will appear Thursday on the ABC game show, "The Hustler." A self-proclaimed "game show junkie," this is her second show. Two years ago she competed on "Best Ever Trivia Show" (now called Master Minds) on the Game Show Network. 

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Ryan Sparzak, a new chef from Monument, is being featured at Almagre Collection dinners, HELLOFOOD cafe opens in Meow Wolf in Denver Sept. 17, Flying W Ranch is open through Oct. 2, and Schlotzsky’s has limited time offer bacon cheddar buns for sandwiches.

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Nationally-known Manitou Springs artist Floyd Tunson will display new and older, but unseen works at Kreuser Gallery through September. Five different series will include the subject of redlining, work inspired by his two-and-a-half-yearr-old grandson, geometric shapes and hand-colored cyanotypes. The free opening reception is Friday, to coincide with First Friday Downtown.

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Funky Little Theater Company will stage Ken Ludwig's 1995 comedy, "Moon Over Buffalo," about an older theater couple falling apart in their private and professional lives. They're momentarily brought back to life when a famous director is said to be heading to town, but then the slapstick kicks in, with lots of slamming doors, mistaken identities and more farcical elements. It opens Friday at Westside Community Center.

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The developer of the $60 million Stanley Film Center project in Estes Park told the Colorado Economic Development Commission Tuesday the project is moving forward, but needs a $3 million loan to move dirt before the first snow falls.

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Chamber Orchestra of the Springs will kick off its 2021-2022 season with "Organ Spectacular V." The Sunday concert will feature four works for organ and orchestra at First United Methodist Church, home to the largest organ in Colorado Springs, including the world premiere of local organist and composer Roderick Gorby's "An American Tone Poem."

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E.P.I.C. (Educational Partnerships Immersive Concerts), a small ensemble classical music concert series, features works by old and new composers, including women and people of color, performed by local musicians and special guests from across the country. The new season starts Friday with a performance by harpist Haley Rhodeside.