Join Boulder-based theater troupe, the Catamounts, for this annual evening of desserts, beer, and live performance. At a new location this year, the event will include four courses of sweets, performances by Catamount actors (and special guests), and live music from the FEED house band. Sat-Sun 8 p.m.
This is Dickens's Christmas Carol like you've never seen it before. Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance Company's twist on this classic defies gravity, telling the story of Scrooge and the three holiday ghosts with trapeze, hoops, stilts and more. Fri 7:30 p.m.; Sat 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
This moving documentary explores the controversial subject of third-trimester abortion since the 2009 asssassination of Dr. George Tiller. Today, just four doctors in the United States—all former colleagues of Tiller—practice this risky and much-debated type of abortion. Wed 7 p.m.
Melodrama and bluegrass tunes abound in this film of classic American love, music, and culture. Lovers Elise and Didier—a tattoo artist and banjo player, respectively—experience a whirlwind romance until tragedy hits and their love and relationship is put to the test. Daily, times vary.
This gritty drama centers around Russell Baze (Christian Bale), a struggling steel worker living in present-day America's Rust Belt. When his younger brother returns from serving in Iraq and gets involved in a dangerous crime ring, Baze must decide between escaping his hopeless, dead-end life and coming to his brother's rescue. Daily, times vary.
Genre mashups aren't uncommon in today's sample-obsessed music landscape, but Ozomatli provides a refreshing throwback: artists who interweave styles not through electronic samples but with old-fashioned musical talent. The L.A.-based band combines an urban-Latino foundation with cultural influences from across the globe. Sat 7:30 p.m.
The electronic kin to the psychedelic jam bands of generations past, EOTO provides an entirely improvised act each night. Always evolving, the duo has adopted dubstep, punk, metal, and more, punctuating performances with whatever it takes to make you get up and dance. Sat 7:30 p.m.
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