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Arts Calendar
 
This is a calendar of arts events other than concerts and art sales. For concerts, see the Concert Calendar For non-art events and for art sales, see the Events Calendar.
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Event Location Extra info
Friday, August 26
Denver
Juried Exhibition of the International Guild of Realism Gallery 1261
at 11:00 AM
Gallery 1261 is proud to host and present this invitational exhibition judged by 1261s very own curator, Quang Ho. This years juried exhibition will have a beautiful blend of many styles within the umbrella of realism such as classical realism, trompe loeil, photo realism, magic realism and contemporary realism. August 26 September 17, Opening Reception: Friday, August 26, 6-9 pm. 1261 Delaware St. Hours: Tues-Sat, 11-6 pm - 303-571-1261 - gallery1261.com
 
Suddenly, Last Summer John Hand Theater
at 07:30 PM
What really happened last summer on the beaches of Cabeza de Lobo where young Sebastian Venable mysteriously died? Suspenseful and shocking, this is Tennessee Williams at his most poetic and revelatory. Previews Fri, August 26 - August 27 - September 24. Fri/Sat & Monday, Sept 12 at 7:30pm, Sun at 2pm (no Sun performance Sept 4), Sat, Sep 24 at 2pm. 720-530-4596 or thisisspotlight.com - 7653 E. 1st Pl Free parking. 
Regional Premiere of Murder Ballad Edge Theater
at 08:00 PM
The Edge Theater presents "Murder Ballad" - A steamy and fun musical thriller with a razor's edge. Aug 26 - Sept 25, Fri./Sat. @ 8 p.m.; Sun. @ 6 p.m.; Industry Night, Sept. 12 @ 8 p.m.; Sat. Sept. 24 is a special 11:45 p.m. cabaret performance (no 8pm performance). 90 min. - no intermission. 303-232-0363 or www.theedgetheater.com. Edge Theatre, 1560 Teller Street, Ste 200, Lakewood 
Saturday, August 27
Boulder
shop. dine. create. "cow muse" art open house Victor & Spoils
at 05:00 PM
Grab a few friends or family and head downtown to Victors & Spoils on Pearl Street, just east of the mall, for a casually elegant art OPEN HOUSE from 5:00 8:00 pm. Shop, Dine, and/or create! Donations accepted. 100% of proceeds will be donated to Attention Homes life-changing programs.

 
Denver
Garfunkel & Oats at High Plains Comedy Festival! Paramount Theatre
at 08:00 PM
Garfunkel & Oates will be performing with special guests Kyle Kinane and Cameron Esposito. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 29th at 10am. Tickets can be purchased at AltitudeTickets.com or by phone (303) 893-8497. A limited number of early-bird VIP festival passes will go on sale Wednesday, April 27th at highplainscomedyfestival.com 
Sunday, August 28
Denver
film: "BAMAKO" Mercury Cafe
at 02:00 PM
Set in Mali, West Africa, this political drama puts the World Bank and IMF (Intern. Monetary fund) on trial. An examination of the social and economic problems created by the lending policies of international financial institutions for contemporary Africa. Actor Danny Glover makes a cameo appearance. 117 minutes. In Bambara and French with English subtitles. 
Tuesday, August 30
Boulder
Innisfree's Weekly Open Poetry Reading Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe
at 07:00 PM
Innisfree's Weekly Open Poetry Reading hosted by Joseph Braun of Lunamopolis (poetsonearth.com). Sign-up by 655PM to read. 
Thursday, September 01
Boulder
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 07:30 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves.
Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. This is Name-Your-Price night - pay as much or as little as you like. 
Friday, September 02
Boulder
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema 13th Annual Premier Event Atlas Blackbox at University of Colorado at Boulder
at 07:00 AM
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema's 13th Annual Premier Event provides a different lineup of dance films each night! Come early to enjoy the looping video installations.Installation Exhibit Begins at 7pm Film Screenings Begin at 7:30pm Works selected as installations will play in loops in the lobby area before and after the screenings. Audiences are encouraged to arrive early or stay after the screening to experience them.

 
SmithKlein Gallery Presents New Works By Hilario Gutierrez SmithKlein Gallery
at 02:00 PM


Stop by SmithKlein Gallery on Friday Sept. 2nd from 2-6 p.m. to see new works by renowned abstract painter Hilario Gutierrez. Hilario was drawn to acrylics as his medium, which allowed him to experiment with color and form. He studied the work of master artists, in particular Gerhard Richter and Dan Namingha, to develop and perfect his technique. Hilario always identified with the spirit of the American Southwest. The show will remain on display through the end of the month. 
First Friday Gallery Opening: "CHRIS BLUME: OUR DEMISE TO BE, WE madelife
at 06:00 PM
madelife is pleased to present past and new work by printmaker & artist Chris Blume (b. 1988, Chicago, IL). This exhibition stages a full range of his artwork - on view will be large-scale lithography prints and petite graphite drawings. For the opening, the first 50 attendees will receive a limited edition print from artist. 
First Friday Guest Artist: Laura Prill Settembre Cellars 1501 Lee Hill Rd, #16
at 06:00 PM

Enjoy our guest artist Laura Prill's watercolor paintings and mixed media collages.

 
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 07:30 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves. Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. Gala opening - enjoy a reception with non-alcoholic drinks and snacks at intermission. 
Denver
Abend Gallery - On the Periphery Abend Gallery 2260 E Colfax Ave
at 10:00 AM
An exhibition from three distinctly unique artists whose work is so stylistically significant, it deserves a show of its own. In viewing the works of Benjamin Bjrklund, Lindsey Kustusch, and Felicia Forte all together, one gets a sense of each artists particular take on their environments and the people, animals, and objects that populate them. Sept 2 Oct 1, Reception: Sept 2, 6-9 pm. 303-355-0950 - Tue-Sat, 10-6pm. 
Elsa Sroka Solo Exhibition at Abend Gallery Abend Gallery
at 10:00 AM
The wonderful world of animals for which Elsa Sroka is known is extended in this body of work, here with a fresh take on the faces and spaces we normally see. Sroka has a knack for portraying her subjects with so much personality and life that viewers of all ages and backgrounds delight in her work. September 2 October 1, Reception: Sept 2, 6-9 pm. 2260 East Colfax Ave. 303-355-0950 - Hours: Tues Sat | 10 6 pm. 
Saturday, September 03
Boulder
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema 13th Annual Premier Event Atlas Blackbox at University of Colorado at Boulder
at 07:00 AM
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema's 13th Annual Premier Event provides a different lineup of dance films each night!Free Admission. Come early to enjoy the looping video installations.
Installation Exhibit Begins at 7:00pm,Film Screenings Begin at 7:30pm.A Video installations will play in loops in the lobby area before and after the screenings. Audiences are encouraged to arrive early or stay after. 
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 07:30 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves. Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. Enjoy a meet-the-cast reception with non-alcoholic drinks and snacks after the show. 
Littleton
Brews & Views Beer Festival Hudson Gardens 6115 S. Santa Fe
at 02:00 PM
Enjoy the lush beauty of Hudson Gardens with beer samplings from over 40 Colorado breweries. Add live music and eats from local food trucks = perfection! Tickets - www.altitudetickets.com - 21+ event only. *100% of the proceeds of the non-drinking ticket benefits the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley. www.hudsongardens.org or 303-797-8565. 
Longmont
Get More Rad Still Cellars
at 07:00 PM
Enjoy a new book of poems by Dustin Holland, published by Cheeseburger Nebula Galactic Press. 
Sunday, September 04
Boulder
Boulder's Moondance International Film Festival 2016 St. Julien Hotel
at 11:00 AM
Moondance 2016, taking pace over the Labor Day weekend, September 4th & 5th, presents the very best in indie films from around the world, workshops & a master class on filmmaking by a celebrity film director, productive networking events & parties, and a gala awards ceremony & reception. The 17th annual Moondance International Film Festival, featuring its distinct cinematic visions and bold film selections, has distinguished itself around the world & is a unique cultural event! 
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 02:00 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves. Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. 
Gold Hill
gold hill art project Now thru Sept 5th free programs all around town
at 10:00 AM
Photogram Field Photography 1 Day Workshop with Taylor Dunne. (Open to adults and kids aged 6+) Taylor Dunne is a filmmaker, educator and media activist. Participants will be immersed in the landscape of Gold Hill, where they will collect local plants, rocks and other materials and expose them to 16mm film to create photograms (camera-less photography). Bring your own picnic lunch. 8pm - 10pm~Film showing Bring your own picnic dinner. 
Wednesday, September 07
Longmont
Library Festival: Better Than Biscuits! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
The 2016 Longmont Library Festival kicks off with folk music from Better Than Biscuits! Bring a blanket or a chair for the concert on the West Patio (weather permitting). Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Thursday, September 08
Boulder
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 07:30 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves.
Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. This is Name-Your-Price night - pay as much or as little as you like. 
Longmont
Library Festival: Anthology Release Party! Longmont Public Library
at 06:00 PM
The 2016 Longmont Library Festival features a published anthology with submissions from local residents. Writers will read excerpts from their works. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Friday, September 09
Boulder
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 07:30 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves.
Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. 
Golden
God of Carnage Miners Alley Playhouse
at 07:30 PM
A playground altercation between eleven-year old boys brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first diplomatic niceties are observed, but soon tensions emerge, leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principals in tatters. Sept 9 Oct 16, Fri/Sat @ 7:30pm Sun @ 6pm; Oct 16 @ 2pm. 1224 Washington Ave, 303-935-3044 - Adult content, strong language. 
Longmont
Longmont Young Artists Showcase! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
The 2016 Longmont Library Festival features a Longmont Young Artists Showcase. Come see and hear the artistic talents of young poets, dancers, artists and singers. Registration is required. Please call 303-651-8477 for more information. 
Saturday, September 10
Boulder
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 07:30 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves. Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. Stick around for a Q&A session with OUT Boulder County after the show. 
Longmont
Longmire in Longmont! Longmont Museum
at 07:15 PM
2016 Longmont Library Festival welcomes author Craig Johnson for a book talk and signing. This event is SOLD OUT. Some tickets may become available in September. Also, the Friends of the Library will host a Meet N Greet. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Sunday, September 11
Boulder
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams Nomad Theater
at 02:00 PM
On a sultry summer evening, in a big old house on a huge plantation in the Mississippi delta, a highly dysfunctional family gathers for the dying patriarch's sixty-fifth birthday. The unofficial theme for this party is mendacity - everyone's life is a lie. Some lie to everyone, some only to themselves.
Desire, guilt, mortality, disgust, and treachery weave an intricate web of intrigue on this fateful evening. Closing performance. 
Truth Be Told Story Slam September Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
We give you the theme. You bring a story.Five minutes tops. Must be true. Told by heart.Theme: AFTERMATH
If you have a story to tell, you're invited to put your name in our hat. If your name is drawn, you'll come to the stage and tell your true, five minute story--without notes. And if you don't want the mic this time, just come listen to a great night of storytelling! Doors open at 6:30pm
 
Saturday, September 17
Boulder
Nefertiti's City: Amarna Maker Stations Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 10:00 AM
Discover the wonders of ancient Egypt with Egyptian carving, hieroglyphs, weaving, spinning, making mummies and costume dress up. Egyptologists from the Egyptian Study Society, TARF, and the Boulder Handweavers Guild present hands-on Egyptian maker stations with ancient arts. 
The Treasures of Toothless Jack: A-Pick-A-Path-Play Chautauqua Park
at noon
Audience and actors meet at the Chautauqua Picnic Shelter and take a moderate hike on the Enchanted Mesa Trail while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. Approximate length of the hike is two miles with an elevation gain of 400 feet.Show runs every weekend through 10/30. Showtimes vary. 
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at noon
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Lemon Sponge Cake Contemporary Ballet - White Fields Holiday Park
at 07:30 PM
Public Art Performance Takes on Gun Violence.Internationally renowned choreographer aims at elevating public awareness. Robert Sher-Machherndl, artistic director of high profile Lemon Sponge Cake creates the world premiere of White Fields, a first site-specific public art dance performance. 
Louisville
Do You Know Who I Am? the Film Louisville Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
Motus Theater and the Louisville Cultural Council are pleased to present Do You Know Who I Am? Come learn about the reality behind the rhetoric of immigration and hear about the real lives at stake in the immigration debate! Scripted by Motus Theater based on autobiographical monologues written and performed by undocumented leaders & an ally. $5 at the door. 
Sunday, September 18
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at noon
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Friday, September 23
Boulder
Music and Theater Performance at the Jaipur Literature Festival Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 04:00 PM
Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder presents a special afternoon of entertainment featuring an eclectic set of international music and storytelling by Amrit Kaur Lohia, and a solo theater performance of original work by Aditya Roy, titled, "Guru Dakshina The Offering." 
Denver
Attitude on Santa Fe Colorado Ballet's Black Box Theater, 1075 Santa Fe Drive
at 07:30 PM
Colorado Ballets second season of Attitude on Santa Fe will feature three new ballets choreographed and performed by Colorado Ballet dancers: Sirens by Domenico Luciano, Riviera by Kevin Gael Thomas and Circadian by Tracy Jones. 
Fort Collins
Melody of Our Landscape Fort Collins Museum of Discovery's Otterbox Digital Dome The
at 02:00 PM
Inspired by the unique beauty of the West, Melody of Our Landscape is created in collaboration with the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery's Otterbox Digital Dome Theater and features the world premiere of "Soapstone Prairie Quintet" written by Greeley composer Eric Scott Alexander to commemorate the release of bison to Soapstone Prairie Natural Area. 
Saturday, September 24
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at noon
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Longmont
2016 longmont studio tour Longmont, Colorado
at 11:00 AM
Longmont is home to a large eclectic group of talented artists,who will open their studios to the public.
Now in its 16th year,includes 54 artists who will open their studios to the public for a free, self-guided tour on Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25, from 11 am5 pm, both days. The Tour includes many award-winning and nationally-recognized artists as well as emerging artist who have been juried into the Tour. 
SALSA Lotera Monologues Longmont Museum
at 02:00 PM
Motus Theater y Programa Compaeras presenta SALSA Lotera.Presentacin de monlogos autobiogrficos explorando la vida, fuerza y resiliencia de inmigrantes latinas de nuestra comunidad.Rosa Elena Valle Cerezo, Carmen Reina Nelson, Laura Adriana Soto Rubalcava, Teresita Lozano, Elena Aranda, and Ana Karina Casas Ibarra.
Directora, Kirsten Wilson

 
Sunday, September 25
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at noon
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Thursday, September 29
Denver
MOMIX Opus Cactus Newman Ctr for Performing Arts
at 07:30 PM
MOMIX, the whimsical hybrid of contemporary dance, circus and multimedia visual spectacle, returns to the Newman Center with Opus Cactus. Artistic Director Moses Pendleton brings the American Southwest to life through his signature illusionistic style to create scenes and images that explode with a sense of magic, danger, sensuality, humor, and grace. 
Saturday, October 01
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Denver
The Zarlengo Foundation presentsTrevor Noah Bellco Theatre
at 08:00 PM
host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central, Trevor Noah, live. Tickets are on sale now at axs.com or charge by phone at 888-9-AXS-TIX. Proceeds will benefit The Zarlengo Foundation a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports schools and programs for learning disabled children in and around the Denver community. 
Lafayette
SALSA Lotera Monologues The Arts Hub
at 04:00 AM
Motus Theater y Programa Compaeras presenta SALSA Lotera.Presentacin de monlogos autobiogrficos explorando la vida, fuerza y resiliencia de inmigrantes latinas de nuestra comunidad.Rosa Elena Valle Cerezo, Carmen Reina Nelson, Laura Adriana Soto Rubalcava, Teresita Lozano, Elena Aranda, and Ana Karina Casas Ibarra.
Directora, Kirsten Wilson

 
SALSA Lotera Monologues The Arts Hub
at 07:00 PM
Motus Theater y Programa Compaeras presenta SALSA Lotera.Presentacin de monlogos autobiogrficos explorando la vida, fuerza y resiliencia de inmigrantes latinas de nuestra comunidad.Rosa Elena Valle Cerezo, Carmen Reina Nelson, Laura Adriana Soto Rubalcava, Teresita Lozano, Elena Aranda, and Ana Karina Casas Ibarra.
Directora, Kirsten Wilson

 
Sunday, October 02
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Friday, October 07
Denver
Swan Lake Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:30 PM
Colorado Ballet opens its 56th season with one of the greatest classical ballets of all time, Swan Lake. A timeless story of unrequited love, featuring Tchaikovskys classic score performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, complete with grand sets and elaborate costumes. 
Fort Collins
Downtown Summer Sessions Concert Series Old Town Square
at 05:00 PM
Downtown Summer Sessions Concert Series: A Friday evening concert series in Old Town historically in the square that features a diverse line-up of small-medium sized Colorado musical acts. Each week will feature beer service from local breweries and possible addition of select food vendors. The concerts are and open to the public.
June 3, July 1, August 5, September 2, October 7 5pm -10pm 
Saturday, October 08
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Sunday, October 09
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Friday, October 14
Fort Collins
Melody of Our Landscape Fort Collins Museum of Discovery's Otterbox Digital Dome The
at 02:00 PM
Inspired by the unique beauty of the West, Melody of Our Landscape is created in collaboration with the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery's Otterbox Digital Dome Theater and features the world premiere of "Soapstone Prairie Quintet" written by Greeley composer Eric Scott Alexander to commemorate the release of bison to Soapstone Prairie Natural Area. 
Saturday, October 15
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Denver
Art and Soul Posner Center for International Development 1031 33rd Street, St
at 06:00 PM
Fundraising for AfricAid 
17th Annual Victorian Fetish Ball - Denver Halloween Party and C Diamond Cabaret and Diamond After Dark
at 07:00 PM
A sexy, sultry and elegant fetish party with unique environments, various proclivities and phenomenal performances. Sold out 16 years, 1,200 people, 7 stages, 6 rooms, a maze of hallways 5 Hours of foreplay. Building excitement, new ideas, sexual tension...foreplay. 95 Performers! A welcoming environment to push your boundaries, without damaging your reputation. COSTUME MANDATORY! No Costume, No Entry, No Exceptions.
 
Sunday, October 16
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Saturday, October 22
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Sunday, October 23
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Saturday, October 29
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Denver
8th Paranormal Palace McNichols Civic Center Building
at 09:00 PM
Alcohol Included! Costume Contest!25 skulls, 20 spiders, haunted house, 30+ Performers
2 Bands, 4 DJs, 3 Floors Sold Out 7 years! 2,500 guests!

 
Sunday, October 30
Boulder
The Treasures of Toothless Jack Chautauqua Picnic Shelter
at 03:00 PM
Remember those books where you got to choose your own adventure? In The Treasures of Toothless Jack by Joaquin Avia, audience members get a chance to choose the path of the plays two friends as they are pulled into a mystery, challenge bad guys and possibly end the debate of whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.

Audience and actors take a moderate hike amidst the scenic backdrop of Boulder Open Space while scenes from The Treasures of Toothless Jack are performed along the way. 
Saturday, November 26
Denver
Colorado Ballet's The Nutcracker Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 01:00 PM
Colorado Ballets 56th annual production of The Nutcracker is the largest production of this holiday favorite in Colorado. This dreamy production features lavish costumes, exuberant dancing, whimsical battles, hypnotizing snow flurries, sumptuous sets, majestic live music by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra and a little bit of magic. 
Sunday, November 27
Johnstown
Broadway's A Christmas Carol Candlelight Dinner Playhouse 4747 Marketplace Dr
at 06:00 PM
Broadway heavy hitters Alan Menken (Disney's The Little Mermaid, Little Shop Of Horrors) & Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime, Seussical) breathe fantastic new life into the classic tale. Nov 27 - Dec 31. Thur-Sat, Dinner @ 6pm, show @ 7:30; Sat Matinees-Dinner @ noon, show @ 1:30pm.; Sun-Dinner @ 12:30pm, show @ 2pm 970-7443747 - . 
Friday, February 17
Denver
Ballet MasterWorks Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:30 PM
Colorado Ballet will present a collection of three master ballet works to live music by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra in Ballet MasterWorks, which includes Firebird by choreographer Yuri Possokhov and music by Stravinsky, Serenade choreographed by George Balanchine to Tchaikovskys Serenade for Strings in C, and Petite Mort by choreographer Jií Kylin with music by Mozart. 
Friday, March 31
Denver
The Little Mermaid Newman Ctr for Performing Arts
at 07:30 PM
Colorado Ballet will close out its 2016/2017 season with the children's classic The Little Mermaid, with choreography by Tony Award nominated choreographer Lynne Taylor-Corbett and original music by composer Michael Moricz. This production opens with a special performance of Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1. 
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