Raiders of the Lost Ark
7:00 p.m. on Saturday at State Theatre
The State Theatre kicks off their series this Saturday with Steven Spielberg’s quintessential adventure flick. Embodying the same panache of globe-trotting B-movies of the 1930s, this first film in the Indiana Jones series is sure to thrill even modern audiences.
— Sean Doolittle
7:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday at Kitchen Theatre
The Homecoming Players, an Ithaca-based theater group, will be taking over the Kitchen tonight and tomorrow night to showcase its latest production, Good People. A play about shame, money and growing up, the play’s title is possibly ironic and will surely up for debate during the readings. Good People is the Homecoming Players’ first performance of 2014, and will appear as part of the Kitchen Theatre Company’s Kitchen Sink Series.
Tickets are $15.
— Arielle Cruz
Winter Exhibition Opening
5:00 p.m. on Thursday at Johnson Museum of Art
Since Jan. 25, the Johnson Museum has been hosting a new selection of modern works by Ansel Adams, Matthew Brandt, Elizabeth Taylor and more as a part of its exhibition, beyond earth art – contemporary artists and the environment. To celebrate the museum’s new additions, the Johnson is holding an Opening Reception on Thursday night with refreshments, music by DJ Tak3 and colorful conversation. As part of the exhibition, there will also be pieces on view by husband and wife duo Lucy+Jorge Orta, a collection entitled Food-Water-Life. Beyond earth will be at the Johnson through the end of the semester and will include a special event in April featuring Maya Lin.
— Arielle Cruz
9:30 p.m. on Friday at Cornell Cinema
Cornell Cinema presents Ken Brown’s amalgamation of psychedelia super 8 films, originally intended to be part of a light show at the Boston rock venue, The Boston Tea Party, this Friday. In an evening designed for transportation back to the 1960s, Ken Winokur of the Alloy Orchestra and Beth Custer of the Clubfoot Orchestra and Jonathan LaMaster of Cul de Sac will accompany the screening with music.
Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for the general public.
— Kaitlyn Tiffany