Spiff up your digs with help from the Denver Home Show. Dream up a new design scheme with Wynn Wagener of Boulder's Wynn Interiors, or simply learn the particulars of ikebana, the Japanese art of flowering arrangement, in one of several instructional workshops. Meet for Kevin O'Connor, host of the award-winning TV series This Old House, on Friday and Saturday.
Throw modern ballet, classic vaudeville, and a host of ordinary objects up in the air, and they'll likely come clattering down in an unfortunate mess—unless award-winning juggler Peter Davison is there to catch them. In this one-man show, the co-artistic director of the Boulder Ballet creates an entertaining act out of unexpected combinations. Sun 3 p.m.
A man accused of murder faces the death penalty, and a solitary juror tries to sow the seeds of reasonable doubt in the minds of his quick-to-condemn peers. Adapted from a 1950s teleplay, this drama depicts what happens when emotions and reason—and tickets to tonight's game—clash. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 6:30 p.m.
The arts are getting the backwoods treats. The Wonderbound Dance Company, Denver musician Ian Cooke, and local poet Michael J. Henry collaborate in a production dedicated to bringing forth the relationship between humans and the raw beauty—and harshness—of nature.
One man and several sides of the human psyche take the stage in this hilarious exploration of social hypocracies and what it all means. Culled from the multi-faceted brain of comedian Robert Dubac, this intelligent show depicts the cross section of common sense, reason, idiots and assholes. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2:30 p.m.
Old love letters and to-do lists: trash or treasure? Buntport Theater Company and
The play about the screenwriting process of 1939's Gone With The Wind will leave you in stitches. This true story combines classic slapstick-humor with the tale of how the film's producer, screenwriter, and director locked themselves in a room for five days to finish the famous script. Thu 7:30 p.m.; Fri-Sat 8 p.m.
Project D.A.N.C.E. presents an evening of cultural entertainment, with performances by Khadijah, Panther Pete, the Manea Polynesia Dance Company, and more, all to raise awareness of sex trafficking. Donated bras will be used to help rescued women around the world as they achieve an education and independent income. Sat 7 p.m.
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