1 DON'T YOU FORGET ABOUT THIS: The Rochester-based comedy group Polite Ink. Sketch and Improv will take their audience back to the Age of Reagan, Max Headroom and the A-Team with a 1980s tribute show, "Play It Back," at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at Cobblestone Arts Center, 1622 state Route 332, Farmington. The ensemble includes director Karen Craft (Fairport), Bolan Graham (Rochester), Corrie Spike Carter (Fairport), Don Beechner (Spencerport), Michael Anthony (Rochester) and Reuben Tapp (Rochester) — who will, of course, be making an appearance as the Breakfast Club. The high-energy show will be filled with original characters and audience participation. Says Craft: "We pity the fool who doesn't come see this show." Tickets: $15 ($10 advance at www.politeink.com), $8 for seniors and students.

 

2 GLASS BALLET SLIPPER: The ultimate rags-to-riches tale will be portrayed in dance this weekend when Rochester City Ballet performs "Cinderella" at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 21, and Sunday, April 22, at Canandaigua Academy, 435 East St., Canandaigua. In addition to professional dancers, 71 students from Timothy Draper Center for Dance Education will appear as butterflies, fairies and other characters. The show runs two hours, and includes two intermissions. Tickets: $15-$45. Details: rochestercityballet.org.

 

3 NO TRIVIAL MATTER: Get your brain ready to rumble Saturday night, when Clifton Springs Library, at 4 Railroad Ave. in Clifton Springs, hosts an Adult Trivia Night at 7 p.m. Participants may compete individually or in teams, with prizes given to the top teams. Refreshments will be provided, and registration is required. Details: cliftonspringslibrary.com, 315-462-7371.

 

4 IS HAM YOUR JAM?: Attention, ham radio enthusiasts: Palmyra will be the place to be this Saturday morning, April 21, when Drumlins Amateur Radio Club will present the Hamfest event from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Palmyra VFW Post 6778, 4306 state Route 31. Check out ham radio equipment and parts, undergo amateur license testing, look for finds in a ham flea market, and try for several door prizes of interest to radio operators. There also will be a talk-in on 146.745 pl 71.9 repeater. Admission: $5. Details, and information on the door prizes: drumlinsarc.us..

 

5 THE BAT CAME BACK: Singer-songwriter and Rochester Music Hall of Famer Bat McGrath played around the Finger Lakes and Rochester area, worked with Chuck Mangione and Don Potter, and eventually make it to Nashville, where he's written songs for such country stars as Wynonna, Kenny Rogers and Chely Wright. McGrath tries to make it back to these parts for some local gigs, and this Saturday, April 21, he'll appear in concert at Lovin' Cup Bistro & Brews, 300 Park Point in Henrietta. Doors open at 6 p.m.; the show is 8-10:30 p.m. Admission: $25 ($20 advance). Details: 585-292-9940, www.lovincup.com.