Things to do in Denver today, March 15: Theater, comedy and bingo

You only have until Sunday if you want to see “An American in Paris.”

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Touring company of "An American in Paris." (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

Touring company of "An American in Paris." (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

You only have until Sunday if you want to see “An American in Paris” while the tour is in town, and weekend tickets are going to be hard to get. Your best bet is going to be tonight (or tomorrow) at 7:30 p.m.

It’s playing at the Buell Theatre, 1350 Curtis St., and tickets are $30-105.


For a more low-key night, head over to Ratio Beerworks, 2920 Larimer St., where Ratio Comedy will present New Blood, a showcase for newcomers (and a couple vets).

On the lineup: Amy Graham, Aaron Middleton, Arielle Kaplan, Georgia Rae Comstock, James Xiong, Lizzy Wolfson and Will Hancock.

As always, it’s free.


And it’s time again happy hour bingo at Lost Lake, 3602 E. Colfax Ave. This week, you can win tickets to see Sleigh Bells, Chicano Batman, Of Montreal and more. It’s free to play and starts at 6 p.m. 

And for $15, you can stick around after and check out Moving Units playing the music of Joy Division. That starts at 8 p.m. with Viktor Fiction, Soviet and DJ Boyhollow.

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