In a rare fusion of international and local dance talent, stars from around the globe join the National Ballet of Denver for an evening featuring selections from some of the best-known contemporary ballets, including Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and Copélia, as well as a few world premieres. Sat 7:30 p.m.
Three of Colorado’s greatest artistic treasures (all named John, coincidentally) come together for a grand salute to the Centennial State.
Themes of love, betrayal, and forgiveness will radiate from the graceful dancers of the Colorado Ballet as they move to this classic tale. The plot: A peasant girl loves to dance, but she eventually dies from a broken heart after discovering that her love is engaged to another woman. Days, times vary.
Guitar in hand, Neko Case strums her signature brand of alternative folk: classic Americana laced with rock, strong melodies, and stark lyrics. It’s Case’s voice, though, that truly sets her apart. The singer-songwriter’s powerhouse vocals transform her elegant lyrics into poetic songs.
Before he was the boy who never grew up, Peter Pan was just “Boy,” a nameless orphan who had never even seen the sun. He embarks on a seaborne voyage that leads him into a world of shady pirates and introduces him to a team of starcatchers, sailors working to transport a trove of magical goodies.
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