Discover the artistry of Italian master Michelangelo—no plane ticket to Europe required. Making its North American debut, this show will feature sculptures and paintings from this famous Renaissance artist. Not to be missed are the life-size reproductions of various scenes found in the Sistine Chapel. Mon-Thu 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun noon-6 p.m.
The spontaneous act of getting in front of a crowd can be exhilarating or embarrassing: It’s karaoke, and we’ve all been pulled under the spotlight for a song or two. This original play confronts the innate fear that most people feel when they’re center stage and what happens when that fear is overcome.
Nightclubs, music venues, musicians, and album debuts—check out the man behind the music scene: Chuck Morris. Morris’ life story is put on-stage starting when he helped build Boulder’s Tulagi nightclub in the 1970s, which housed performers such as Bonnie Raitt and the Eagles.
Riding a bike with no hands is a warm-up exercise for the performers of Sweat. In this improvised comedy, Gary Grundei takes to the stage on his tricycle while simultaneously playing instruments strapped to his bike. Meridith C. Grundei and Brian McManus add to the show with an improvised narrative about a spontanoues biking journey.
Duck, beards, and camo—three nouns synonymous with Wille and Phil Robertson, stars of the popular television show Duck Dynasty. In this one-night-only event they will discuss the rise of their backyard duck call business into a multimillion dollar sporting empire.
Watch local celebrities strut their stuff—and mutts—at this annual fund-raiser for PetAid Colorado. Guests of this event will witness a unique fashion show featuring local personalities and their pups. Along with this canine performance, money will be raised through live and silent auctions for this organization that provides healthcare for underprivileged pets. Sat 6:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
Katharine Hepburn and Judy Garland—actresses by day, murderers by night? In a parody of the great “whodunit” thrillers of the 1940s, this play reimagines classic movie starlets as suspects in a lethal crime. With vampy cross-dressing and a plethora of humor, audiences will see a side of Hollywood that goes beyond the silver screen. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2:30 p.m.
Long before iPods, there was Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán. The group has existed in various formations since 1897—yes, you read that correctly—when it was founded in the southwest Mexican town of Tecalitlán. Now based out of Mexico City, the troupe consists of 13 members on such instruments as trumpets, violins, and guitarron, a large type of guitar. Sat 8 p.m.
This Las Vegas-based rock band has certainly graduated from playing cheap, dive venues on the Strip. The quartet’s first full-length album, Night Visions, spawned platinum singles “It’s Time” and “Radioactive.” Listen for those tracks and more that showcase Imagine Dragons’ brand of anthemic, foot-tapping rock. Thu 7:30 p.m.
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