Skip the latest Hollywood sequel, "Jurassic World," (sorry, Chris Pratt) and revisit the original at the Gateway Film Center instead.
Skip the latest Hollywood sequel, "Jurassic World," (sorry, Chris Pratt) and revisit the original at the Gateway Film Center instead. Fritz the Nite Owl will host a midnight screening of the 1993 film starring Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and the deadly inhabitants of Isla Nublar. gatewayfilmcenter.comRajiv Satyal
Growing up as an Indian American in Fairfield, Ohio, Rajiv Satyal didn't have to look far to find inspiration for his observational, satirical, clean comedy. The former Procter & Gamble brand manager's jokes range from his traditional Indian parents to confusing trips to the post office. Catch him when his I AM… Tour stops at the Riffe Center. ticketmaster.comColumbus Crew SC Glow Run 5K
This 5K race at Mapfre Stadium is more like a rave than a workout, with glow sticks, black lights and a DJ spinning Top 40 hits. The $37 race registration fee includes glow gear, a T-shirt, entrance to an after party and a ticket to the Crew SC match the next day. columbuscrewsc.com"Once"
June 9 to 14
Inspired by the 2006 movie that launched singer-songwriter Glen Hansard into music stardom, this musical collected plenty of Tony Awards for its Broadway production. "Once" is the story of a struggling Irish street musician who meets a woman with troubles and musical talents of her own. As their artistic partnership grows, so does their emotional entanglement. The actors in the ensemble double as the show's musicians and play their own instruments on stage, bringing more poignancy to this show about the thrills and pains of making music together. capa.comThe Harmony Project: "All Together Now"
The "All Together Now" concert is what happens when you put the 200-voice Harmony Project choir on stage with 150 or so students from area high schools, the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra and performers from Opera Columbus. You'll be humming the whole way home. harmonyproject.com