Those with a healthy dose of respect for the roots of acoustic folk music will most likely be taken with Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation
, a documentary that follows the revolutionary scene from 1961 to 1973. There are no cameos by Bob Dylan, but first-time director Laura Archibald nailed down interviews with Kris Kristofferson; Steve Earle; Carly Simon; and Pete Seeger, who's now 93. Tickets for the one-night-only showing at the Tivoli (4050 Pennsylvania, 816-561-5222) cost $8.50. The film begins at 7. See tivolikc.com
and click on "Upcoming Films."