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A Little Fright Music: Stories on Stage and Colorado Chamber Players

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A Little Fright Music – Stories on Stage and Colorado Chamber Players

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Interdisciplinary arts:  certainly some of the most powerful and compelling performing arts experiences are exactly that.  Whether it’s opera, combining voices and instruments with sets, props, costumes, and story-telling, or an orchestra providing live performance of the soundtrack to a beloved film, in both cases, it’s entertainment that draws upon […]

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Masque of the Red Death: Colorado Chamber Players at Thornton Active Adult Center

MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH Colorado Chamber Players musicians and harpist Ann Marie Liss perform a Halloween program at Boulder Public Library. Edgar Allen Poe’s spooky story of Prince Prospero and his guests in a haunted abbey, is performed alongside music for harp and string quartet by French composer Andre Caplet in Conte Fantastique. A reading […]

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Masque of the Red Death: Colorado Chamber Players at Boulder Library

MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH Colorado Chamber Players musicians and harpist Ann Marie Liss perform a Halloween program at Boulder Public Library. Edgar Allen Poe’s spooky story of Prince Prospero and his guests in a haunted abbey, is performed alongside music for harp and string quartet by French composer Andre Caplet in Conte Fantastique. A reading […]

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Changing the Narrative: Stories on Stage

A preview by Mare Trevathan Oh, wow. Did you see Twitter? Here, sit down. We don’t have to talk. In fact, let’s just be quiet for a bit and listen to something elevating. Or funny! How about funny? Have a cookie. It’s homemade. If the fever and furor of our era has you fevery and […]

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Beautiful Memories of Bella

A preview by Marc Shulgold For many of those who are generations removed from the Holocaust, the pain still lingers: the heartbreak and loss of family members and the unending, unanswerable question, Why? And yet, amidst the horror of that dark time in history there are also uncountable tales of survival among those who faced […]

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Northglenn Youth Theatre is All Grown Up

Narnia Northglenn production 2014

By Mare Trevathan Raise your hand if you did theater as a kid. That’s a lot of hands. Most of us loved the attention, sure. And the camaraderie. Plus our imaginations were nimble and our sense of propriety virtually non-existent. Kids are natural actors. The Northglenn Youth Theatre (NYT) is no longer a kid itself, but has […]

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Local Boy Makes Really Good

By Mare Trevathan Despite the title, “Annapurna,” Sharr White’s two-hander opening as a regional premiere at the Boulder Ensemble Theater Company (or BETC) on January 31, is set in an isolated trailer on the Western Slope of Colorado. And it’s written by an alumnus of Boulder’s Fairview High School. “My mother, and most of my […]

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Have a Wonderful Life (A Phamaly Production)

A Preview by Mare Trevathan Every time a bell rings, what happens? Yes, of course you know. Now 67 years since “It’s a Wonderful Life” premiered, reliving the metamorphosis of George Bailey (and the getting of his guardian angel’s wings) is an American holiday tradition. Even if an annual screening of Frank Capra’s 1946 film isn’t […]

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