Glinda and Elphaba aren't just witches of Oz. They're divas—and divas gotta sing. Nicole Parker and Emily Rozek, stars of the Broadway production of the Tony Award-winning Wicked, take their music down the yellow brick road. The show also includes music from Gypsy, Ragtime, Titanic, and Carmen. Sat 7:30 p.m.
Eat to help Lyons dry out. Mateo Restaurant Provencal's in-house chef Niate Bychinski joins a powerhouse team—including Oak at Fourteenth's chef Bryan Dayton—to create a seven-course meal with cocktail and wine pairings. Proceeds will benefit the Lyons area farms and ranches that were devastated by the flood. Tue 6 p.m.
Watch two swine experts—one from the city and one from the mountains—join forces during this indulgent, multicourse dining event. Chef Mark DeNittis of Denver's Amerigo Delicatus and chef Kelly Liken will present a meal and butchery demonstration on Liken's turf in Vail: Restaurant Kelly Liken. The seasonally-inspired menu will pair with craft cocktails from Leopold Bros' mixologist Ian Tulk.
Sit down to an array of stunning tapas prepared by executive chef Brandon Foster and his Vesta Dipping Grill culinary team. As far as libations are concerned—there will be an open bar. This dinner is one of Urban Peak's oldest fund raising events, with proceeds helping to benefit Denver's homeless youth. Mon 6 p.m.
Ever wonder if Denver First Lady Mary Louise Lee has moves? Find out when Lee and nine other prominent community leaders pair up with Cleo Parker Robinson Ensemble members to perform routines to Michael Jackson favorites. Comedian Shed G will co-emcee and the Julius Show will provide musical accompaniament. Sat 6:30-10 p.m.
Get acquainted with the Capitol Hill neighborhood with a pub crawl scavenger hunt. Assemble a team to visit six local bars and solve an assortment of mental and physical challenges. There will be a prize for both the winning team and the team with the best costumes. Sat 1 p.m.
Support the Boulder Ballet and celebrate fall while indulging in a four course meal, cocktails, and a silent auction at the Cantina Laredo. Bid on goodies such as a night at the Hotel Boulderado and a VIP tour at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. Sat 6 p.m.
Three women, of three different generations, struggle to reconcile the past, present, and future in this emotional comedy that covers 70 years of family history. The title is a twist on the Hebrew song “L’Dor V’Dor” (from generation to generation), and this story by playwright James Sherman can be appreciated and deeply understood by those of any heritage. Thu-Sun times vary.
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