Some of the nation's most promising chefs from Colorado and beyond will be visiting the iconic Stanley Hotel for a special 11-week series. Each weekend, the hotel's new restaurant, Table, will host a guest chef—including Trillium's Ryan Leinonen and Top Chef winner Hosea Rosenberg—who will prepare a five course dinner complete with wine pairings.
An aging baseball fanatic is tired of losing, and he's willing to give away everything to finally see his team win. This Tony-winning musical is packed with lessons about life, loss, and baseball, all a result of a deal with the devil. Maybe Tulo should give it a try? Fri 7:30 p.m.; Sat 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
No, they haven't performed on Broadway or won a Tony—yet. Catch tomorrow's talent before they hit it big as the 2014 class at Naropa University presents the culmination of their education. The festival features 10 plays over three weekends.
Good intentions aren't always enough. That lesson—one we've all unfortunately learned—is the thematic thread tying these three glimpses into everyday life together. Readings of The Crying Man and Starbucks Boy, two short stories, kick off the night, followed by a scene from Good People by Curious Theatre Company. Sun 1:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Eat and drink your Broncos’ blues away at this four-course dinner with dedicated wine pairings. Celebrating PastaVino’s special relationship with their winemakers, Enzo Boglietti is in Denver from his vineyard in Italy to personally attend this annual dinner at the restaurant. Be sure to save room for the house-made limoncello served with dessert. Fri 6 p.m.
From sorrow to fear, the range of emotions experienced during battle is as diverse as the individuals it affects. Exploring wartime through the eyes of many—from a soldier landing in Normandy to President Abraham Lincoln—this event features short plays and readings from Denver performers. Watch how different people fight their way through the most tragic of times in this one-night-only affair.
West: One word, numerous connotations. This exhibit uncovers the multiple representations of the western United States through 19th- and 20th-century art. Included are works from early Colorado impressionist landscape artist Charles Partridge Adams. Mon 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tue 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Wed-Fri 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat 12 p.m.-4 p.m.
Fire dancers, a DJ, and lots of body paint: no, those aren't Peyton's post-Super Bowl plans. Carnival, the infamous Brazilian megaparty, makes its way north for a night to remember before the Broncos' big game. It's not just a night of senseless debauchery, though. All proceeds benefit Denver Kids Inc, a nonprofit helping at-risk students make it to graduation. Sat 7 p.m.
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