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Friday, March 28, 2008

On the schedule for this weekend: Bernadette Peters, Dave Zastudil, and prancing stallions

Posted By on Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 12:51 PM

Browns punter and pride of Bay Village Dave Zastudil will be at Hilarities Saturday.
Every Friday, Scene calendar editor Cris Glaser provides a random but reliable sampling of things to do this weekend. For more options, log onto And check back Monday for C-Notes' Picks of the Week. Friday: Broadway bombshell Bernadette Peters gets her gay-friendliness on, when she duets with the North Coast Men’s Chorus in a benefit for the 100-homo choir at Playhouse Square. Accompanied by the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, Peters will share stage time in a rendition of Stephen Sondheim’s “You Could Drive a Person Crazy,” before she launches into a one-hour solo set. The curtain goes up at 8 p.m. at the Allen Theatre, 1501 Euclid Avenue. Tickets cost between $10 and $105 by calling 216-241-6000... Saturday: Shake hands with Cleveland punter and Ohio U. grad Dave Zastudil as the school’s Cleveland Bobcats alumni association stage a Kickin’ It With Dave Z meet-and-greet with the Bay Village native. The two-hour party also marks the first time the group is pimping for money to start an academic scholarship. Meet Zastudil between 3 and 5 p.m. at Hilarities, 2035 East 4th Street. Tickets cost $20 by calling 216-241-7425. Sunday: More than a dozen white steeds trot, gallop, and leap through the air, when the World Famous Lipizzaner Stallions perform a couple of two-hour equine extravaganzas at the Wolstein Center. The Lipizzaners’ choreographed moves include an intricate “ballet in horseshoes” and the “Airs Above the Ground” military formation. Showtimes are at 2 and 6 p.m. at the Wolstein Center at CSU, 2000 Prospect Avenue. Tickets are $24.50 to $31.50 by calling 216-687-5459.

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