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1. DANSCORE

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The College at Brockport presents performances of DANSCORE this weekend. Works by three New York City-based artists will be featured throughout the night, including Doug Varone’s “Strict Love,” Emily Schoen’s “It Comes Back to One” and Britt Falcon’s “Beauty Happening.” ...

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3. Get the Led Out

Del Lago Resort & Casino invites you to come Get the Led Out with the all-American Led Zeppelin band. Reminisce on Led Zeppelin’s greatest hits like “Tangerine” and the “Battle of Evermore” with the Philadelphia-based six-musician band. 8 p.m. Sunday ...

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4. Oh Watta Night!

Polite Ink. Sketch & Improv has partnered with Willow Domestic Violence Center to present their second annual benefit show Oh Watta Night! The night will be full of spontaneous, short-form improvisation and original, laugh-out-loud funny sketches. Show starts at 7:30 ...

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5. It’s a Wonderful Life

Screen Plays presents “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” The adaptation of Frank Capra’s film is set at a live radio broadcast in the 1940s with sound effects, period jingle commercials and a live band. Directed by Karen ...

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2. Women in Games: Inspire!

The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting an exhibit titled Women in Games: Inspire! Next week, innovative leaders in the video game industry will visit the museum, including Dona Bailey and Brenda Laurel. 6 to 9 p.m. on Nov. ...

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3. The Limits of My World

WXXI and the Golisano Foundation are presenting a screening of “The Limits of My World” next week as a part of the partnership’s Move to Include initiative. The film follows a nonverbal young man’s transition as he leaves the school ...

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4. Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly.

Theatre Young Kids Enjoy (TYKEs) begins its 15th season with musical “Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly.” Based on Doreen Cronin’s New York Times best-selling book series, the theme of the story is tolerance and acceptance. Performances ...

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5. Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark!

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark! Rochester Museum & Science Center challenges families to stay up late and learn about all sorts of intriguing topics like: Why is it dark at night? What happens when we sleep? How do animals ...

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1. Cobalt Edge

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International Art Acquisitions is currently displaying an exhibit titled Cobalt Edge. The work features artist Marcella Gillenwater’s latest series, “Cobalt,” as seen above as a blue lyrical abstract form takes shape. On display through Nov. 30. internationalartacquisitions.com

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2. Thurgood

Geva Theatre Center continues its 46th season with “Thurgood.” Written by George Stevens Jr. and directed by Lou Bellamy, it’s an inspiring story about Thurgood Marshall, the first African American to sit on the United States Supreme Court. Performances run ...

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3. 80 Years after Kristallnacht

Nov. 8 marks the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht—or the “Night of Broken Glass”—the Nazi-led massacre considered to be the beginning of the Holocaust that claimed six million Jewish lives and other minorities throughout Germany and Austria. The Center for Holocaust ...

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4. Primo Piano & Russian Resonance

The Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra presents “Primo Piano & Russian Resonance” this weekend. Miri Yampolsky will be the guest soloist for the group’s performance of Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op. 43.” Yampolsky has traveled the world performing ...

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5. The Tibetan Book of the Dead

On Stage at Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music is “The Tibetan Book of the Dead,” presented by Eastman Opera Theatre. The Tibetan Book of the Dead is a manual that’s traditionally read aloud to the dying and ...

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