How does one judge the criteria of art? In this comedy, a small town arts council must decide which innovative, local artist is most deserving of a $20,000 grant. Through this tale, playwright Catherine Trieschmann comments on the politics and varying opinions of art. Tue-Thu 6:30 p.m.; Fri 7:30 p.m.; Sat 1:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m.; Sun 1:30 p.m.
Calling all theater buffs for an acting extravaganza. Immerse yourself in the Denver arts scene with 10 productions by local theater companies. Between performances, enjoy a silent auction, workshops, and an acting competition. The event is organized by the Colorado Community Theater Coalition. Wed-Sat, times vary.
Ed is dying, but he has a unique opportunity to have his brain downloaded for posterity. It's tough enough that he can only select 10 memories to bring with him into immortality—without dealing with his wife's ire over which ones he chose. The production utilizes the increasingly popular practice of combining live theater with multimedia, projecting Ed's memories onto a big screen.
When star baseball player Troy Maxson's career is sidelined by racism, he is forced to let go of his dream; instead, he takes a menial job as a sanitation worker. Obsessed with death, Maxson builds a fence to protect his family and his property—and keep the Grim Reaper at bay. Set in pre-civil rights Pittsburgh, Fences won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award for Best Play.
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