Sometimes the best stories can be told without words. For their eighth annual Mother’s Day concert, the Boulder Ballet will translate Shakespeare’s beautiful prose found in his play A Midsummer Night's Dream into graceful movements with original choreography by artistic directors Ana Claire and Peter Davison.
To those of the more wholesome spirit: You might want to put your earmuffs on. The queen of high-decibel raunchiness is landing in Denver as part of her national tour. Host of her own late night show, Kathy Griffin’s stand-up comedy routines address everything from celebrities to her mother, promising to leave no person (or their egos) unharmed with her biting—albeit humorous—critiques.
Ever wanted to be in the middle of a dance performance? The Frequent Flyers’ 25th anniversary celebration places you right inside the action with performers dancing below, above, and right beside you. Members of this aerial dance company blend traditional movements with gravity-defying aerial moves as they spin and soar.
Remember the simple wonders of story time? Resurrect this childhood pleasure with Stories on Stage, a theater company that takes storytelling to a new, more mature level sans the footie pj’s and picture books. Add professional actors and highly acclaimed literature like The Girls by Joy Williams, Before by Gary Schanbacher, and The Cousins by Joyce Carol Oates.
The only thing you can count on with love is that it's unpredictable. Two young men growing up gay in the projects of London learn this universality when they discover their hidden feelings for each other. Navigating through discrimination and poverty, their relationship is tested, yet their emotions never waver.
Every mother and child have a different relationship, but there’s always room to relate. Just in time for Mother’s Day, 12 Denverites recite their own pre-written works about the good and bad of motherhood. Stories will divulge each author’s (not all of them necessarily mothers themselves) unique maternal memories.
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