Things to do in Denver today, March 1: “An Act of God,” Girl Scout cookie beer and more Restaurant Week

Get out there.

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Steven J. Burge in "An Act of God." (Photo: John Moore)

Steven J. Burge in "An Act of God." (Photo: John Moore)

Well, you still have to wait a year to see “Hamilton” in Denver and it’s just unbearable, but maybe the DCPA can interest you in some other theater?

An Act of God” is still going strong at the Garner Galleria Theatre, 1101 13th St., throughout March. In the play the New York Times called “deliriously funny,” God takes on a human form and sets the record straight. I couldn’t tell you what he’s dishing on, but I’m sure it’s both enlightening and juicy.

Tonight’s performance is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $47.


It’s still Denver Restaurant Week, so it’s a pretty good time for a mid-week date night. If I were you, I’d keep it casual (but still delicious) at Max’s Wine Dive, 696 Sherman St. Their restaurant week menu offers a ton of options.

I’ve got some other suggestions, but, you know, do whatever you want. You’re grown.


Copper Kettle Brewing Co., 1338 S. Valentia St., is brewing Girl Scout cookie beers this month, and tonight they’re tapping the Lemon Berliner. The tart, German wheat ale is inspired by Savannah Smiles, the Girl Scouts’ lemon wedge cookies dusted with powdered sugar.

Stop by the brewery anytime from 2 to 9 p.m. to give it a try. Pavy’s Food Truck will be there, but my professional opinion is that you should just eat a bunch of Savannah Smiles.