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Ubu Cocu 

Feb. 25

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Just in time for Carnival, Andrew Vaught reigns as the rogue/clown king of absurdist French theater, Pere Ubu in Ubu Cocu, sequel to the landmark Ubu Roi, which opened to a minor riot in 1896. Cripple Creek Theatre is aspiring to a slightly more tame opening for the one-night-only show, inviting the audience to dress for Carnival, imbibe and enjoy musical opener Tuba Skinny (8 p.m.) before the show (9 p.m.). Tickets $15 general admission, $25 reserved seating (via Cripple Creek's website only). AllWays Lounge, 2240 St. Claude Ave.; www.theallwayslounge.com or www.cripplecreekplayers.org

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