continued “Lombardi” runs at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7, at The Fire & Ice Banquet Facilities at The Locker Room, 528 Hiawatha Blvd. E., on the North Side.
Produced by Dustin Czarny and Dan Rowlands for Not Another Theater Co., the show stars Stephfond Brunson, Anne Fitzgerald, Jordan Glaski, Matt Nilsen, Dan Rowlands and Roy Van Norstrand as the celebrated coach of the Green Bay Packers.
Couples can dine and catch the show for $58; dinner and show for singles costs $30; and tables of eight cost $209. For show only, you pay $20. For tickets, call 446-1461.
‘Twelfth Night’ updated
The Rat Pack meets the Bard in the Redhouse’s current production of Shakespeare’s “12th Night,” running at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 4 through Saturday, April 7. The Redhouse is located at 201 S. West St., at the corner of West Fayette St., on the outskirts of Armory Square.
The cast includes Katie Gibson, Adam Perabo, Darian Sundberg, Binaifer Dabu, Todd Quick, Jan Coombs, Donnie Williams, William Edward White, Karis Wiggins, Krystal Scott, Grace Allyn, Gabe Digenova, Marguerite Mitchell, Jordan Hornstein and Nathan Faudree.
Directed by Redhouse Executive Artistic Director Stephen Svoboda, the play transports audiences to a 4th of July garden party in the late-1950s Hamptons. Admission costs $25, or $15 for Redhouse members; 425-0405.
Film: ‘Big City Knights’
Local filmmaker Tim Scanlon, who hails from Canastota, will debut his feature “Big City Knights” at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the Palace Theater, 2384 James St., in Eastwood. The screening will benefit Syracuse boxing guru Ray Rinaldi and NAAEC/WAAEC organizations.
Scanlon’s movie follows a cowboy marshal and an underground hit man linked with the FBI and special forces. The duo face the difficult task of taking down a terrorist bomber.
Besides the film, stand-up comedian Jim Dailakis will entertain and Rinaldi’s young pugilists will demonstrate their boxing talents. Admission costs $15; 463-9240.