Three Texas ranch hands—Smitty, Bubba, and Eddie—conjure a plan to keep their boss’ ranch from being bought out, in this holiday play. Watch how their Christmas festivities go from decorating a cactus with painted barbed wire to fighting to save their beloved jobs. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m., Sun 2 p.m.
Nothing says the holidays like sock puppets and haikus—right? The fifth annual variety show gives Denver a reason to be merry with an amusing mix of sock puppet sing-alongs, haikus from the audience, and a white elephant gift exchange. Proceeds benefit the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Sun-Mon 7 p.m.
The Boulder-based Schiff Dance Collective will be showcasing some of its best contemporary performances for the community, along with a silent auction to benefit the company. Items up for bid include artwork from local artists and members of the collective. Sat 7:30 p.m.
This humorous drama follows the plotlines of six women who regularly gather in Truvy's beauty parlor in Chinquapin, Louisiana. Beginning on the morning of Shelby's wedding and spanning the next three years, the story follows their hurdles and decisions related to health, family, religion, and friendship. Through the ups and downs, these Southern women prove their strength and grace.
This dance performance incorporates theater and live music to tell a collection of intertwined stories about the human experience. Kate Speer and Maren Waldman's work deals with issues such as humankind's connection with nature, the reality of war, and universal emotions. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
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