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Swing It! "Swing," was originally choreographed and directed by Littleton High School graduate Lynne Taylor Corbett, now an award-winning New York theater personality. The song and dance show will … more
New Year's Eve can be a big deal for the younger family members as well as the parental types. Really young ones will enjoy the Noon Year's Eve at Children's Museum of Denver, 2121 Children's Museum … more
“Embrace-Encourage-Empower” is the subtitle for The Athena Project, a woman-centered Arts Festival, in its second year. Occurring around Aurora, the festival involves women from across the metro area. It includes a World Premiere play, … more
“Morning and evening Maids heard the goblins cry: `Come buy our orchard fruits Come buy, come buy: Apples and quinces, Lemons and oranges…'” The beginning of Christina Rosetti's long poem, a cautionary tale, leads sisters … more
What started 25 years ago with the first Colorado Cowboy Gathering at the Arvada Center has grown into a four-day celebration, slated this year for Jan. 16-19. It will be all things cowboy at two venues in Golden: the American Mountaineering … more
Chagall, Dali, Gaugin, Kahlo, Lichtenstein, Matisse, Miro, Picasso, Pollack, Stella, Still, Warhol, and more are there — each representing the major developments in modern art from the late 19 century to the present. The Denver Art Museum is … more
Williams' classic at Lone Tree "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams will be presented March 7-9 at Lone Tree Art Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree, by Phamaly Theatre Company, a remarkable group of performers with a wide variety of physical, cognitive and emotional abilities, who give an extra edge to this moving story. more
In many instances, we complain about the transition of a well-loved book to film and stage, but Kevin McKeon’s adaptation of the best-selling “Snow Falling on Cedars” by David Guterson works quite well — due in large part to a skillful … more
Lights go up on a very ordinary hospital room. Rita (Debra Persoff) sits near Ben's bed, leafing through a shelter magazine, planning to redo the 40-year-old living room, where “every stain is a reminder of some disastrous day.” Ben (Joey … more
In 1974, a group of Boulder women artists and graduate students formed Front Range Women in the Visual Arts to address the lack of attention received from critics, academics, writers, museums and galleries. This organization became an advocate … more
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