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Tuesday, September 02
Boulder
Weekly Open Poetry Reading at Innisfree Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe
at 07:00 PM
Hosted By Asa Lott. Join Boulder's Tuesday night poetry gathering. 
Thursday, September 04
Denver
Silhouette Theatre Company presents Grace John Hand Theater
at 07:30 PM
An empty Florida condo. Three dead bodies. Is this a shady crime scene or God's fateful hand at work. This is a darkly funny, often hilarious, deadly serious and provocative play. September 4 27, Thursdays at 7:30pm; Saturdays at 2pm; Sundays at 6:30pm & Sept 22 at 7:30pm. 303-999-9143 or silhouettetheatrecompany.org. The John Hand Theater, 7653 E. 1st Place, Denver. Contains adult language, and adult situations. Recommended for persons 18 and up.
 
Friday, September 05
Boulder
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema Atlas Black Box Theater
at 07:00 PM
Sans Souci is a niche film festival specializing in dance cinema, the integration of dance and cinematic art forms. It features unique and engrossing short dance films from around the world. With an expansive definition of dance and an appreciation for highly experimental and interdisciplinary forms, the festival exposes audiences to a wide variety of film, video, installation, and performance possibilities.

Each evening in the ATLAS Black Box Theater offers completely different films. 
International Film Series - Found Footage Festival Vol. 7 University of Colorado Boulder, Muenzinger Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
The Found Footage Festival is a one-of-a-kind event showcasing videos found at garage sales and thrift stores and in warehouses and dumpsters throughout North America

Live presentation with various formats. 
Denver
Byers-Evans House Gallery features Emerging Artists Byers-Evans House Gallery, 1310 Bannock
at 10:00 AM
Exhibition of works by Kathy Imel, Will Spear, and Rhonda McCray, winners in the Emerging Artists category of the 2013 Colorado Plein Air Arts Festival. The Colorado Plein Air Arts Festival is thelargest urban plein air event in the nation, and encompasses the entire state of Colorado, with select paint-outs at historic and scenic places around the state. Free. Byers-Evans House, 1310 Bannock in Denver. Open Mon - Sat, 10am to 4pm. www.byersevanshousemuseum.org or 303-620-4933. 
Elsa Sroka Art Exhibition Abend Gallery
at 05:00 PM
ABEND Gallery presents a solo exhibition of the works of Elsa Sroka September 5- 27. Elsa's paintings share an intriguing play on genre and techniquemany stylistically blurred, skewing the realistic, leaving the viewer to their own interpretation. She is particularly interested in the interplay of different mediums. Reception Sept 5, 5 - 8pm. Abend Gallery, 2260 E Colfax Ave., Denver. 303-355-0950 | 800-288-3726. Tue-Sat, 10 - 6pm. www.abendgallery.com 
Saturday, September 06
Fort Collins
Follies Lincoln Center
at 07:30 PM
The old Weismann Theater is scheduled for demolition. Several of its former Follies show girls and their husbands mirrored by the glittering, hopeful ghosts of their younger selves gather for a reunion amidst the backstage scaffolding. As they reminisce about their former glory, the follies and foibles of their lives begin to unfold creating drama within the drama. The pastiche numbers (throwback style) are intertwined with an ever-increasing tension between the four principals 
Monday, September 08
Denver
The Mask Project 2014 A Benefit for The Denver Hospice Cherry Creek Shopping Center - Grand Court
at 10:00 AM
This charity art auction features 500 custom created masks by renowned artists, celebrities, sports figures, politicians, heroes and recognized members of the community. The Mask Project is The Denver Hospices largest fundraising event, produced every 2 years in partnership with Cherry Creek Shopping Center. The masks will be displayed at Grand Court in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center from September 8 - October 5, 2014. To view masks and to bid online, visit www.themaskproject.org. 
Thursday, September 11
Denver
BETC: Grounded Avenue Theater
at 07:30 PM
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) presents a regional premiere, by George Brant.

An unexpected pregnancy ends an ace fighter pilots career in the sky. Reassigned to operate military drones from a windowless trailer outside Las Vegas, she hunts terrorists by day and returns to her family each night. For mature audiences. 
Friday, September 12
Boulder
SmithKlein Gallery Presents New Works by Landscape Artist Dean B SmithKlein Gallery 1116 Pearl Street
at 02:00 PM
Stop by to see new works by oil painter Dean Bradshaw Friday Sept 12th from 2-6 p.m. at SmithKlein Gallery. Known for his strong textures and saturated colors, Dean Bradshaw makes up his own hues, often heightening them, yet remains true to nature. He begins each piece with a pencil sketch to ensure the design is pleasing. From there he applies thick layers of paint while referring to his photos in editing the composition. The show will be on display though the end of the month. 
Metaphorming Nature: Connecting Human/Nature's Creative Pote CU - Art Gallery
at 06:00 PM
The CU Art Museum (CUAM) explores themes of cognition, perception, and materiality in two exhibitions opening September 6, 2014. ART/TEKNE: Part 3 Metaphorming Nature: Connecting Human/Natures Creative Potential presents a new installation by Colorado- based artist Todd Siler, and A Table (somewhat): Conversations Between Objects is the inaugural exhibition curated by recently appointed Director and Chief Curator Sandra Q. Firmin. 
[un] W.R.A.P. CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
Dance performances and panel discussions that center around conversations between the body and the worldwide web. | CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Saturday, September 13
Denver
Stories on Stage - Aint Life Grand Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center, 721 Santa
at 01:30 PM
 
Celebrating their 14th Season, Stories on Stage has renowned actors bring stories to life by combining literature with theater. Upbeat tales of quiet satisfaction and small triumphs. Saturday, September 13 @ 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Group and LoDough tickets available. 303-494-0523 or online at www.storiesonstage.org 
Thursday, September 18
Boulder
Hypothetical Theatre presents On the Way to the Waterfall Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:00 PM
In the words of John Lennon: "Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans. So when the path you're traveling is obliterated by some unforeseen disaster, is it tragedy? Or is the repeated reinventing of oneself what life is all about? Follow Meghan as she winds her way from the life she knew she'd live to the life she's come to know on the way to the waterfall.

At the Boulder International Fringe Festival!
 
Reason Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
Suicide is the #1 cause of death of US armed forces. REASON is based on true stories of the Strategic Reset Program (STRP), a radical Pentagon-funded attempt to use Mindfulness Training to treat PTSD among combatants, veterans and their affected families. If successful, the program could dramatically change the way the U.S. military prepares women and men for combat, and for healthy post-combat life. REASON sheds light on the most intimate, painful, and hopeful moments of a suspended drone pilot 
Lucid Dairy Center for the Arts
at 08:30 PM
Lucid is a show that brings together the worlds of live music, circus, and theater to present the story of one womans transformative journey of consciousness through a lucid dream. 
Friday, September 19
Boulder
ARTMIX at BMoCA BMoCA 1750 13th St.
at 06:30 PM
ARTMIX 2014: BMoCAs Annual Art Auction & Fundraiser
Live auction with luxury vacation packages- Silent auction featuring contemporary art by local, national & international artists, curated gift packages, luxury items & more- Paddle raiser in support of ARTlab (BMoCAs art education program for students at Justice High School)- Specialty cocktails and seasonal hors doeuvres.
Proceeds benefit BMoCAs exhibitions and education programs. 
Step Afrika! CU - Macky Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Stepping is a percussive art form that relies on kicking, stomping, clapping and chanting, making for an energetic, dynamic performance, a delight for eyes and ears alike. Step Afrika! is the worlds first professional dance company devoted to this unique art form, which has deep roots in traditional African dance and joyously celebrates the African American experience. CU Presents | cupresents.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Denver
Hot Night Fusion Dances McNichols Building
at 07:00 PM
Two dance lessons of differing styles taught by world class champions and an open dance floor - Fusion incorporates dance steps from Blues, Tango, Swing, and many Latin dance styles, and blends them together into a fresh new innovative art form. Aug 8 & Sept 19 - 7:00-9:15pm-classes; 9:30pm-1:30am open floor - dancing to DJd music. 2nd floor - McNichols Building, 144 W. Colfax, Denver. - www.tangobluesfusion.com or info@cmdance.org or call, 303-883-6691 
Saturday, September 20
Boulder
Wanda and the Wave Dairy Center for the Arts
at 11:00 AM
Drip drop. Drips down her collar, drops on her pillow. Wanda lives a damp life under the wave that has hovered over her home for all her days. When a wanderer appears and her dog Bones goes missing, the promise of the wave is released. This interactive and multilingual family show features various forms of puppetry as well as live music and sound effects. One of those rare shows that anyone, of any age, can enjoy. Part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival. 
Wanda and the Wave Dairy Center for the Arts
at 01:00 PM
Drip drop. Drips down her collar, drops on her pillow. Wanda lives a damp life under the wave that has hovered over her home for all her days. When a wanderer appears and her dog Bones goes missing, the promise of the wave is released. This interactive and multilingual family show features various forms of puppetry as well as live music and sound effects. This is one of those rare shows that anyone, of any age, can enjoy. Part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival. 
Sunday, September 21
Boulder
Wanda and the Wave Dairy Center for the Arts
at 11:00 AM
Drip drop. Drips down her collar, drops on her pillow. Wanda lives a damp life under the wave that has hovered over her home for all her days. When a wanderer appears and her dog Bones goes missing, the promise of the wave is released. This interactive and multilingual family show features various forms of puppetry as well as live music and sound effects. This is one of those rare shows that anyone, of any age, can enjoy. Part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival. 
Wanda and the Wave Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:30 PM
Drip drop. Drips down her collar, drops on her pillow. Wanda lives a damp life under the wave that has hovered over her home for all her days. When a wanderer appears and her dog Bones goes missing, the promise of the wave is released. This interactive and multilingual family show features various forms of puppetry as well as live music and sound effects. This is one of those rare shows that anyone, of any age, can enjoy. Part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival. 
Lyons
Art on the River River Bend
at 02:00 PM
You can join us for a beautiful artsy afternoon along the North Saint Vrain Creek. This fundraiser for BCAA will feature art sales by artists living and working in Boulder County, live performances, crafts for kids, food, drink and more.

Hosted jointly with the Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission and sponsored by River Bend. 
Tuesday, September 23
Boulder
Fractal Tribe Circus presents: Lucid Dairy Center for the Arts
at 09:00 PM
Lucid is a show that brings together the worlds of live music, circus, and theater to present the story of one womans transformative journey of consciousness through a lucid dream. 
Friday, September 26
Aurora
Vintage Theatre presents "I Do! I Do!" Vintage Theatre
at 07:30 PM
Tony Award nominated I Do! I Do!is a two-character story spanning fifty years, from 1915 to 1965, as it focuses on the ups and downs experienced by Agnes and Michael Snow throughout their marriage. The set consists solely of their bedroom, dominated by the large fourposter bed in the center of the room. Sept 26 Nov 2, Fri/Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 2:30pm; 10/30 @ 7:30pm and 11/1 @ 2:30 p.m. 303-856-7830 or www.vintagetheatre.org - Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St., Aurora. 
Boulder
Our Town CU - University Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Thornton Wilder |
Directed by Lindsay Weitkamp & Wesley Longacre |

Wilder's beloved, Pulitzer Prize-winning classic depicts life, love and death in the American town of Grovers Corners. The town may be small, but the play explores some of humanity's most meaningful questions: How does one realize life? How do we take advantage of the time that we have? A poignant portrayal of how relationships and seemingly simple moments can provide the deepest echoes throughout our lives. 
Denver
A Midsummer Night's Dream Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:30 PM
Colorado Ballet opens its 54th season with A Midsummer Nights Dream, an enchanting presentation of Shakespeares classic filled with mischief, romance and comedy. This fanciful production features choreography by Christopher Wheeldon and a score by Felix Mendelssohn, performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra and the Colorado Childrens Chorale. Between the festive costumes, majestic scenery, meddlesome fairies and crisscrossed young lovers, this ballet is pure magic. 
Saturday, September 27
Boulder
Wanda and the Wave Dairy Center for the Arts
at 11:00 AM
Drip drop. Drips down her collar, drops on her pillow. Wanda lives a damp life under the wave that has hovered over her home for all her days. When a wanderer appears and her dog Bones goes missing, the promise of the wave is released. This interactive and multilingual family show features various forms of puppetry as well as live music and sound effects. This is one of those rare shows that anyone, of any age, can enjoy. Part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival. 
Wanda and the Wave Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:30 PM
Drip drop. Drips down her collar, drops on her pillow. Wanda lives a damp life under the wave that has hovered over her home for all her days. When a wanderer appears and her dog Bones goes missing, the promise of the wave is released. This interactive and multilingual family show features various forms of puppetry as well as live music and sound effects. This is one of those rare shows that anyone, of any age, can enjoy. Part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival. 
Our Town CU - University Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Thornton Wilder |
Directed by Lindsay Weitkamp & Wesley Longacre |

Wilder's beloved, Pulitzer Prize-winning classic depicts life, love and death in the American town of Grovers Corners. The town may be small, but the play explores some of humanity's most meaningful questions: How does one realize life? How do we take advantage of the time that we have? A poignant portrayal of how relationships and seemingly simple moments can provide the deepest echoes throughout our lives. 
Fort Collins
The Center for Fine Art Photography will host Jenny Riffles Scav The Center for Fine Art and Photography
at 11:00 AM
From July 25- Sept. 27, 2014, The Center for Fine Art Photography will exhibit Photographer Jenny Riffles Scavenger: Adventures in Treasure Hunting, in which Riffle captures her muse, Riley, searching for treasure through influence of Mark Twain. The opening reception will be Aug. 1 from 6-9 p.m. 
Longmont
2014 Longmont Studio Tour Longmont and Niwot Art Studios
at 11:00 AM
The 2014 LONGMONT STUDIO TOUR includes 55 Artists opening their studios to the public for a self-guided tour on September 27 and 28, from 11 am to 5 pm both days. Visit Artists in their working studios or Venues. You can purchase original art! OPENING RECEPTION at the Muse Gallery, 356 Main St, Longmont, CO on Friday, Sept 12, from 6 to 9 pm to meet the artists, see their work, and pick up a Tour Map. EXHIBITION from Sept 5 to 28. Tour maps also at www.LongmontStudioTour.org 
Friday, October 10
Boulder
Boulder Phil Fanfare 2014 Rembrandt Yard
at 06:00 PM
Support the Boulder Phil's artistic and education programs at this popular annual fundraising event featuring soprano Twyla Robinson. 
Open Wall at BMoCA BMoCA 1750 13th St.
at 07:30 PM
5:30pm doors open for artists,
7pm public welcome.
Local artists are invited to present their work at BMoCA in this one-night exhibition and fundraising auction. All artistic media welcome. No pre-registration required. Proceeds are split 50/50 between participating artists and BMoCA.
This event is open to the public. 
Friday, October 17
Boulder
The D.A.M. Show: Dance Art Media CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
Examining ideas about dance and its potential for communication, MFA candidate Jessica Page creates an environment for active audience engagement within live performance. Through the use of state-of-the-art wireless technology that collects data in real-time, audience members will be able to contribute directly to the performance. | CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Wednesday, October 22
Denver
Career Pathways in the Arts Denver School of the Arts
at 09:00 AM
You can learn about the states support of arts-focused business and its influence on arts education.

Join us as we explore career pathways in the arts and other vital topics

Common Core Standards, Assessments, Teacher Evaluations

Creative Careers and Technical Education in the Arts

Working with Students with Disabilities in the Arts The Office of VSA & Accessibility, a Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability Program, Education Division,The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 
Friday, October 24
Boulder
Pirates of Penzance CU - Macky Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Gilbert and Sullivans beloved comic operetta tells of the coming of age of Frederic, indentured to pirates as a boy, and his desire to leave the buccaneers life and marry beautiful Mabel. But first, he must find a way to defeat the swashbucklers hes known and loved all his life. In keeping with the plays long tradition, CU Operas performances will be spiced up with wry contemporary political references. 
Legacy of Light CU - Loft Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Karen Zacarias |
Directed by Jennifer Hubbard, Roe Green Visiting Guest Artist |

Two women scientists, living hundreds of years apart, explore the meaning of love, motherhood, family, art and science in this contemporary comedy. The play juxtaposes the story of Emilie du Chatelet, a mathematician, scientist, and lover of the great 18th-century philosopher Voltaire who became unexpectedly pregnant at 42, and that of a 21st-century physicist desperately trying to conceive a child. 
Denver
Gallery 1261 presents Contemporary Realism Gallery 1261
at 11:00 AM
The latest from Daniel Sprick, fresh from his show at the Denver Art Museum, as well as the elaborately patterned works of Janet Monafo and the hyper-surrealist works of Anthony Waichulis. Figurative and still life from Gregory Block-Tony Curanaj-Scott Fraser-Greg Gandy-Jeff Legg-Alyssa Monks-Heather Neill-Kate Sammons-Henrik Uladen-Leah Waichulis-Aaron Westerberg & Vincent Xeus. Reception 10/24 @ 5pm - 1261 Delaware St., Denver- 303-571-1261 - gallery1261.com - TuesSat 11am6pm, until 11/20. 
Friday, October 31
Denver
Dracula Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:30 PM
Back by popular demand, Colorado Ballet brings you a special Halloween presentation of Dracula. Come sink your teeth into Bram Stokers gothic horror with seductive vampires, frightening mental patients and the king of the undead himself. This spine-tingling production will feature an eerie and beautiful score performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Stock up on garlic as this passionate and deliciously macabre ballet takes a bite out of Denver for one weekend only. 
Wednesday, November 05
Boulder
Songs for a New World CU - Acting Studio
at 07:30 PM
By Jason Robert Brown |
Directed by Satya Chavez (winner, 2014 Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival) |

Composer and playwright Jason Robert Brown's "abstract musical" is a cycle of songs influenced by pop, gospel, jazz and Broadway, on the theme of "the moment of decision." 
Friday, November 07
Boulder
Mummenschanz CU - Macky Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Silence, illusion, light and shadow. Masks and props made from everyday objects. Mind and body, sleight of hand. For more than four decades, the surreal Swiss theater troupe has brought myth, mystery and plenty of laughter to audiences around the world, using its unique universal language to explore the human condition. CU Presents | cupresents.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Wanderer Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
3rd Law opens its 2014-15 season with a concert entitled Wanderer, an original dance/theater production conceived, created, and produced by the artistic co-directors of 3rd Law Dance/Theater, Katie Elliott and Jim LaVita, with the company dancers and media artists. To be presented during Veterans Speak, November, 2014, an observance by The Dairy Center for the Arts in honor of Veterans Day.

Friday & Saturday, Nov. 7-8, 2014
TWO NIGHTS ONLY @ 7:30 PM.
 
Friday, November 14
Boulder
Liminal CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
Riffing off of folklorico dance and classical ballet, Liminal explores cultural and self-identification. | CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Saturday, November 29
Denver
Colorado Ballet's The Nutcracker Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 06:30 PM
Kick off the holiday season in spectacular fashion with Colorado Ballet's 54th annual production of The Nutcracker, featuring unforgettable characters, dazzling costumes, onstage blizzards, timeless choreography and Tchaikovskys extraordinary arrangement performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. This enchanting adventure will transport audiences to a magical world of awe and wonder. Bring the whole family to Colorados most joyful holiday tradition. 
Thursday, December 04
Boulder
A Broadway Christmas Carol CU - University Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Kathy Feininger |

If Charles Dickens had huddled with Rodgers and Hammerstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Matt Stone and Trey Parker to write a holiday show, they just might have come up with A Broadway Christmas Carol. Simultaneously irreverent and respectful, the play offers a fresh, hilarious and charmingly recognizable retelling of Dickens classic holiday ghost story, complete with new lyrics to famous Broadway show tunes. CU Presents | cutheatre.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, December 05
Boulder
Fresh CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
An informal showing of works by student choreographers. CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, January 16
Boulder
Including You CU - ATLAS Black Box
at 07:30 PM
This combined BFA/MFA production choreographed by Millie Heckler and Megan Odom, explores the fusion of modern, contemporary and aerial dance, as well as physical theater, video artistry, live music and bubble-wrap installations. The work explores how alienation and fetishism in modern society can lead to the investigation of an honest reality of the individual within mass culture and society. CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Thursday, January 22
Boulder
Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane Dance Company CU - Macky Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Choreographed to some of the worlds best-loved and most seminal works of classical music Mozart, Ravel, Schubert and performed with live musicians, Bill T. Jones astonishingly original, muscular work, Play and Play, is dance like youve never seen it before. Winner of two Tony Awards and recipient of a MacArthur genius grant, Jones has continually expanded the possibilities of dance. CU Presents | cupresents.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Wednesday, January 28
Boulder
The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds CU - Loft Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Paul Zindel,
Directed by Amy Osatinski |

Paul Zindell's Pulitzer Prize-winning play tells the story of Tillie, a bright young girl in 1970s America whose mother is mentally ill. As she works on the eponymous research, she and her disabled sister Ruth discover that sometimes, the only person you can count on is yourself. A classic story of discovery, love, family and the harm parents can inflict on their children. CU Presents | cutheatre.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, January 30
Boulder
Tune Absinthe House
at 07:00 PM
Passionate about American vernacular forms, MFA candidate Erinn Liebhard uses dance and live music to dig in and get down, investigating how people connect to themselves, others, and their world through rhythmic, socially driven movement and familiar beats. CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, February 13
Boulder
Tartuffe CU - University Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Moliere,
Directed by Lynn Nichols |

French playwright Moliere's comic masterpiece skewers religious hypocrisy, mindless piety and sexual deceit was so daring at the time of its writing that audience members could be excommunicated for seeing it. Tartuffe tells how a man of the cloth worms his way into the gullible heart of Orgon, a rich family man, and tries to take him for all he has. It takes a desperate trap by Orgon's wife Elmire to expose the imposter. 
Catapult CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
The unique and burgeoning artists of this years BFA class Jamie Holzman, Kayla Smallcanyon, Michaela Moore and Alberta Schulman bring their physical and theoretical research to life through artfully crafted works that employ improvisation, detailed gesture, playful theatricality, and abandoned ferocity. CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, February 20
Denver
Ballet MasterWorks Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:30 PM
Dont miss this collection of works from the masters of music and dance showcasing Colorado Ballet dancers' artistry and athleticism and powerful live music performed by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Ballet MasterWorks includes Concerto Barocco, by George Balanchine and music by Johann Sebastian Bach; Fancy Free, by Jerome Robbins with music by Leonard Bernstein; and a new work. This masterpiece of innovative ballets showcases Colorado Ballet's raw talent. 
Wednesday, March 04
Boulder
The Hothouse CU - Acting Studio
at 07:30 PM
By Harold Pinter,
Acting Studio/509 student production,
Directed by Stephanie Spector |

Mayhem and murder haunt Pinter's classic absurdist black comedy, set in an ambiguous institution that may be a rest home or a sanatorium, where the anonymous residents/patients are referred to only by numbers. CU Theatre & Dance | cutheatre.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, March 06
Boulder
Open Space CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
A concert curated by the students of the CU Dance Connection. CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Wednesday, March 11
Boulder
The Trial of God CU - Loft Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Elie Wiesel,
Directed by Roxxy Duda |

Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel's tragic farce tells the tale of the survivors of a terrible pogrom decide to put God on trial for the suffering of the Jews. CU Theatre & Dance | cutheatre.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, March 13
Boulder
Cosi fan tutte CU - Macky Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozarts witty opera buffa follows 24 hours in the lives of two beautiful sisters whose scandalous infidelities make for a comic romp that was considered too hot for audiences even in the early 20th century. Featuring some of the composers most sumptuous arias, duets, and ensemble pieces make for a decadent and enchanting evening of opera. Sung in Italian with English surtitles. 
Friday, March 27
Denver
Peter and the Wolf Newman Ctr for Performing Arts
at 07:30 PM
Colorado Ballet will close out its 2014-2015 season with Peter and the Wolf, choreographed by Michael Smuin. This irresistible family adventure includes Prokofievs familiar music, lively dancing and a spirited narration of the classic childrens story that demonstrates true bravery and imagination. With the help of his animal friends, clever young Peter captures a menacing wolf and becomes the hero of his village. This production opens with a special performance of Bruch Violin Concerto No.1. 
Friday, April 03
Boulder
En CU - ATLAS Black Box
at 07:30 PM
Delving within the different realms of Earth and the greater universe, En re-imagines what it means to exist in space. Anderson's work dives into subterranean existence, mixing her passion for science fiction and fierce physicality into an otherworldly dance multi-media work. Through movement that ranges from the subtle to the explosive, Pietruszka asks, "How can we find happiness and community with each other through an awareness of our physical universe?" CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org 
Friday, April 10
Boulder
Jesus Christ Superstar CU - University Theatre
at 07:30 PM
By Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice,
Directed by Cecilia Pang |

Ever since the controversial rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice was released as a concept album in 1970, it has enflamed the passions of critics and fans alike. The story of Jesus of Nazareth during his final days plunges deep into the hearts of the men and women, from Judas Iscariot to Mary Magdalene to Pontius Pilate, who played a part in one of the most momentous stories ever told. Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Friday, April 17
Boulder
The Current CU - Irey Theatre
at 07:30 PM
"The Current" showcases the varied and vital works of the CU dance faculty and the programs exciting guest artist series, including this years Roser artist, Millicent Johnnie. Johnnie has performed with Urban Bush Women, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and choreographed for Grammy Award-winning artists Usher Raymond, Chrisette Michele, and Los Hombres Calientes. CU Theatre & Dance | cudance.org | Box Office: 303-492-8008 
Thursday, April 23
Boulder
L'incoronazione di Poppea CU - Music Theater
at 07:30 PM
By Claudio Monteverdi |

Monteverdi's drama about sex, crime and realpolitik during the debauched reign of the Roman Emperor Nero, turning conventional morality on its head - virtue is punished and greed rewarded. The score soars but the sensual duet between Nero and his lover - eventually wife - Poppea, Pur ti miro, pur ti godo - meaning, "I gaze at you, I possess you" - is the piece de resistance. Sung in Italian with English surtitles. 
Friday, January 06
Boulder
Teen Game Night Boulder Public Library
at 04:00 PM
Teen Game Night has something for every gamer! Teen Game Night has something for every gamer -- from old-school board games one week to computer games and Wii activities the next week. All teens are welcome to bring games to share or enjoy the games already on-hand, every Tuesday from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in the BPL Teen Space at the Main Library, 1000 Canyon Blvd. Information: 303-441-3099 or www.boulderteens.org. 
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