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The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe

When: Jan. 9-17 2010

You need not be a conspiracist to enjoy today's 2 o'clock production of The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe at the Damon Runyon Theater (611 N. Main St., Pueblo, runyontheater.org). Though the show does center around a bag lady who tunes in ETs through an antenna in her umbrella hat, it's more of a comedic satire of American culture circa the 1980s. Actress Judith Cook will play all 15 of the show's characters, a feat that earned Lily Tomlin the 1986 Tony Award for Actress in a Drama. (There's also a movie version of the play.) The show also runs Jan. 9 and 15 through 17, with 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday performances; tickets range from $4 to $29 with a dinner and show option ($45 total) also available. — Matthew Schniper

Price: $12-$29, $45 for dinner and a show

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