Weekly Columbus arts calendar

Jim Fischer
Columbus Alive
“The Dollop”

March 28

On Board(hers) at CCAD

“The African Diaspora in Dance” at the Lincoln Theatre

Verdensteatret “Hannah” at the Wexner Center for the Arts

Short North Stage “Pippin” at Garden Theater

“2019 Ohio Black Masters” gallery night at King Arts Complex

March 29

Imagine Productions “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”at Columbus Performing Arts Center

Available Light Theatre “This” at Riffe Center Studio Two Theatre

Columbus Symphony Mozart “Requiem” at the Ohio Theatre

Paula Poundstone at the Southern Theatre

Cyclodrama “Carrie The Musical” at Club Diversity

March 30

“The Dollop” at the Davidson Theatre

ACPA “Bat Boy: The Musical” at Columbus Performing Arts Center

Craftin' Outlaws at Columbus Museum of Art

Red Herring Productions “Grounded” at Franklinton Playhouse

“Metamorphosis: Art by All, for All” at the Ohio Union

March 31

Red Herring Productions “Grounded” at Franklinton Playhouse

Short North Stage “Pippin” at Garden Theater

CATCO “Life Sucks” at Riffe Center Studio One Theatre

April 1

The Poetry Forumat Bossy Grrls

April 2

Growlin' Gremlin Comedy Showcase at the Daily Growler

Story Club Columbus: Resurrection at Rambling House Soda

April 3

Writers' Block Poetry Nightat Kafe Kerouac

Hashtag Comedy Improv Show at Up Front at Shadowbox Live

Dave Herman at Gramercy Books

April 4

CATCO “Life Sucks” at Riffe Center Studio One Theatre

Otterbein Theatre and Dance “Singin' in the Rain” at Cowan Hall

Otterbein Flute Studio at Riley Auditorium

April 5

ProMusica Chamber Orchestra “Naked Classics” at the Southern Theatre

OSU Dance Spring Concert at Barnett Theatre

Available Light Theatre “This” at Riffe Center Studio Two Theatre

“Operation Monarch” opening at Cultural Arts Center

April 6

Spring Art Fair at CCAD

Columbus Symphony “The Trumpet Shall Sound” at the Ohio Theatre

“Conversations With My Molester: A Journey of Faith” at Newman Center

“Of Giants and Men” opening at Blockfort

Inspiration to Movement's “Gra”: A Performance benefitting She Has a Name at Columbus Performing Arts Center