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November 29-December 8, 2013, Coming of Age in Chore Boots. Schlapkohl, writer, director and Walking the Wire performer, shares memories of growing up in the Midwest. Upcoming: January 24-February 16, 2014, Good People; February 28-March 9, Walking the Wire - Riverside Theatre's Annual Monologue Festival; March 28-April 13, Marion Bridge.
June 6-8, 2014. Weekend- long festival, over 125 local and national artists, live music and entertainment on two stages, Culinary Row serving regional and ethnic foods, and an Emerging Artist Area featuring upcoming student artists. Spanning over 7 downtown blocks, this festival provides a feast for the senses and something for everyone! See website for more info:
June 13-14, 2014. See website for this year's info. Last year included: Friday Picnic in the Park 5-9pm, Upper City Park; Saturday Pride Festival, Downtown Ped Mall noon-6pm; Pride Parade noon-1pm walk, ride, skate, dance, roll - from College Green Park (600 E College St), to downtown Iowa City Ped Mall.
Takes place mid-August, each year, at the Englert Theatre. Independent movies from around the world screen in Iowa City’s historic downtown -- from two minutes to two hours long, artsy experimentation to outrageous comedy, family stories to heartbreaking drama, hard-hitting documentaries, music videos and amazing animation.