Week in the Arts - November 30th

Nov 30, 2015

Trout Steak Revival plays at the Belly Up on Wednesday. Denver’s Westword magazine has called them one of Colorado’s great bluegrass bands.


Thursday at the Red Onion, Damian Smith and Dennis Jung perform. They take the stage at 10 p.m..


The show “My Favorite Things” opens at the Red Brick Center for the Arts in Aspen. The gallery plays off of the famous holiday-themed song.


The Sopris Theatre Company presents “The Real Inspector Hound” at the New Space Theater at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs. The play parodies the classic whodunits of decades past.


Friday at the Carbondale Clay Center is a cup auction to raise money for the arts organization. Pieces by local artists will be up for auction during the event.


Kris Cox opens a show of new material at the Wyly Annex in Basalt. The works include collage elements, and photographic prints on paper and MDF. Beeswax is also used.


On Saturday at the St. Regis, the annual tradition of building a giant gingerbread house continues. At 4 p.m., the creation will be unveiled to the public and children will be able to design their own structure.

Sunday at the First Methodist Church in Glenwood Springs, the Mountain Madrigal Singers will perform holiday favorites for the 35th consecutive year.