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Saturday-Monday. From tonight’s opening gala featuring Denver first lady Mary Louise Lee to the last notes of jazz-rock fusion on Monday’s main stage concert, the 26th annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival is hoping to draw another 350,000 people to its long weekend of art exhibits, boutique street food, live performances and kid’s activities.
There’s a secret about children that Steven Spielberg, Melissa Mathison and Roald Dahl have always known — that no matter how innocent, kids are as capable of understanding darkness as adults, and sometimes even more so. It’s not that it’s some completely unacknowledged truth, but it is one that rarely seems to permeate what we consider “children’s entertainment” in any real way.
At the Sundance Film Festival this year, “Swiss Army Man” earned a nickname: “the farting-corpse movie.” Crowds were iffy on the comic drama, which is by turns bizarre, sweet and unsettling, but it won the festival’s directing award for first-time feature filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who are collectively billed as the Daniels.
Paul Dano plays Hank, a man stuck on a desert island.
Tarzan has been dusted off, his abs polished and his vocabulary spruced up in David Yates’ handsome but altogether pointless “The Legend of Tarzan,” a chest-thumping resurrection of the Ape Man that fails to find any reason for the iconic character’s continued evolution.
On the one hand, it’s easy to see why Tarzan has yet again swung back into our lives: Tarzan and Hollywood were born almost simultaneously, like conjoined twins of a new pop-culture machine.
Dairy Arts Center
“Ten by Sixty” by Lindy Chambers, and Seed: Disperse, through July 4. 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; 303-440-7826; thedairy.org
Anythink Wright Farms
Images by conservation photographer Boyd Norton, through July 6. 5877 E. 120th Ave., Thornton; 303-288-2001; anythinklibraries.org
CU Art Museum
“Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket” by Janelle Iglesias, through July 9.
Creede Repertory Theatre Company’s “The History Room”
July 1-Sept. 15: World premiere of a fantastical comedy about two friends navigating mental illness. $11-$40. 124 Main St., Creede, 719-658-2540 or creederep.org.
Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ “Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man”
July 6-24: Romantic comedy in which no subject is taboo.