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Spotlight: Art Fest, Theatre, Ren Fest and Film

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Image: Bay Area Renaissance Festival Pub Crawl, bayarearenfest.com

View two hundred artists’ worth of art during the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Saturday and Sunday all day in downtown Winter Park.

A journalist searches for the truth surrounding the death of a circus elephant. He stumbles upon horror when he discovers more secrets during the stage play “A Tennessee Walk” playing all weekend at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. For details go to gardentheatre.org.

A 1930s Broadway star invites his fellow cast members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry… and murder during the 1930s who-dun-it “The Game’s Afoot” playing all weekend at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center. For details go to wdpac.com.

Take a time-travel adventure into the 16th century at the annual Bay Area Renaissance Festival. Experience live armored jousting, 12 stages of entertainment, seven themed weekends, and fun and food for the whole family! The festival runs all weekend 10am-6pm, rain or shine in Tampa. Go to bayarearenfest.com.

A special 60th anniversary presentation of Vertigo, filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock’s acclaimed thriller starring James Stewart and Kim Novak takes place Sunday at 2 and 7 at several movie theatres across the country. For tickets and locations go to fathomevents.com.

When monsters invade a small town in Ireland, the locals discover that the only way to deter them is to remain drunk. The film “Grabbers” plays Sunday at 8 at Gods and Monsters on I-Drive.

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