Aspen’s Wheeler adds new shows |

Aspen’s Wheeler adds new shows

Aspen Times Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado
Joel Stonington/The Aspen Times

ASPEN ” The Wheeler Opera House in Aspen has added new shows to its winter schedule.

Peter Sagal, playwright, actor and host of the NPR news and game show “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!” appears Friday, Feb. 29, in a variety show that includes a reading from his new book, “The Book of Vice: Naughty Things and How to Do Them.”

Grammy Award-winning bluegrass group the Del McCoury Band, led by 69-year-old singer McCoury, is set for March 6. Banjoist and musical storyteller Michael Miles appears March 11, in an event presented by the Aspen Historical Society. The Aspen Jewish Community Center presents Marc Salem’s mind-oriented show March 25.

Previously announced events at the Wheeler include the stand-up comedy series What’s So Funny? on Saturday, March 1 and March 14; One Night of Queen, a tribute to rock band Queen, on March 15; the Bellydance Superstars on March 16; singer Art Garfunkel on March 27; and “1964 ” The Tribute,” a tribute to the early-era Beatles, on March 29.

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