"Cutty" by Jaime Molina, one of the artists featured in "One: En Masse."

(Photo: Courtesy of Jon Flacke)
“One: En Masse”
The Laundry on Lawrence, Denver
April 4, 6 p.m.

"One: En Masse" is a new Denver art series featuring 12 local artists in the fields of photography, painting, sculpture and more.

“12th Annual Arvada Kite Festival”
Stenger Soccer Complex, Arvada
April 6, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

This colorful Colorado tradition continues into its 12th year with kite-building workshops, flying contests and an aerial exhibition by the Mile High Kite Association.

“XicanIndie Film Fest IV: Latino World Cinema”
Su Teatro, Denver
April 3-6
This festival is a three-day celebration of Latino contributions to the cinematic arts, featuring 36 films and several guest speakers.

“Animal Crackers” runs from April 4 to May 11 at the Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

(Photo: Courtesy of Kyle Malone)
“Animal Crackers”
Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Denver
April 4 - May 11

The Marx Brothers’ 1930 cinematic classic returns to its musical theater roots with this stage adaptation directed by Bruce K. Sevy and starring Jim Ferris as Captain Spaulding (Groucho Marx).

Matt Slocum Quartet
Dazzle Jazz, Denver
April 3, 7 p.m.

Contemporary jazz drummer Matt Slocum and his band perform “Black Elk’s Dream,” Slocum’s musical interpretation of the story of the native American warrior Black Elk.