Calendar of events

September 16 — 22, 2018

Found 23 events

Friday, September 21

The Fundamentals of Improv Comedy

6:00 PM
Improv comedy is a fun and life-changing performance art form that will help you grow self-confidence as you discover your inner funny and learn that you can handle anything life throws at

Join Control Group for an immersive sunset stroll through interstitial Aurora, in search of the sublime hidden in plain sight.

6:45 PM
Starting at the Stanley Marketplace, guest will take an 80 minute journey of the senses, integrating movement, music, visual installations, and spoken word.

Up Next at Colorado ACTS: There's No Place Like Tuna!

7:00 PM
There's no place like Tuna, Texas! Come out for a side-splitting night of laughter as 2 actresses play 23 characters with more than 60 costume changes!

Oklahoma!

7:30 PM
With a spring in their step and a song in their heart, cowboys and farmers alike have chased their destines to a land that promises love, opportunity and a brighter future. This joyful production is set in an all-African-American town in the early days of the Oklahoma territor

Vietgone

7:30 PM
Forced to leave their country during the Vietnam War, two refugees find themselves falling in love at the same relocation camp. Bubbling with energy, this rap-spitting, pop culture-crusted comedy is an ode to the courtship of playwright Qui Nguyen’s parent

Athena Project Presents Honor Killing to debut in Denver at the JCC Denver

8:00 PM
Honor Killing is a suspenseful and compelling story of New York Times reporter Allisyn Davis who is investigating the honor killing of a young Pakistani woman at the hands of famil

BETC presents Pride and Prejudice

In this playful adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic romance, Kate Hamill gives the story we know and love an unconventional updating.

Broken Bone Bathtub

Lonnie Hanzon and The Enchantment Society Proudly Present the Denver Premiere of SIOBHAN O'LOUGHLIN's BROKEN BONE BATHTUB - Get In. Siobhan O’Loughlin’s Broken Bone Bathtub is the award-winning immersive piece of theatre taking place inside a bathtub—in an actual private residence. The audience (10 to 18 people) takes on the role of Siobhan’s close friends—listening, sharing, and assisting the cast clad artist at bath time. Lakewood Glens (specific location given upon reservation), from September 6 - 23, Monday - Saturday: 7 p.m. & 9.p.m.; Sunday: 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. Tickets are $35.00 (with a $1 membership to The Enchantment Society) and are now available at www.brokenbonebathtub.com - 1 hour (No intermission)

Lowry’s Spotlight Theater presents its final production - You Can’t Take It With You

Lowry’s Spotlight Theater closes 20 seasons of entertainment with “You Can’t Take It With You.” Alice Sycamore has to introduce the family of her fiancé Tony Kirby to her own freethinking family. The Kirby's are a wealthy, stuffy family of great self-importance, while the Sycamore's are a collection of good-hearted lunatics. When the two families come together, lifestyle and philosophy collide head-on in this Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning American classic

Regional Premiere of Lungs

Smart and funny drama that follows a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship as they grapple with questions of family and change, hope, betrayal, happenstance, and the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love.

Regional Premiere of Oh My God!

In Anat Gov’s play God suffers an existential crisis and seeks out an earthly secular therapist to help relieve his angst.  Ella, who has her own issues, has but one hour to convince God not to destroy his creation.  At times it is not clear who is therapist to who

Saturday, September 22

The Fundamentals of Improv Comedy

6:00 PM
Improv comedy is a fun and life-changing performance art form that will help you grow self-confidence as you discover your inner funny and learn that you can handle anything life throws at

Join Control Group for an immersive sunset stroll through interstitial Aurora, in search of the sublime hidden in plain sight.

6:45 PM
Starting at the Stanley Marketplace, guest will take an 80 minute journey of the senses, integrating movement, music, visual installations, and spoken word.

Up Next at Colorado ACTS: There's No Place Like Tuna!

7:00 PM
There's no place like Tuna, Texas! Come out for a side-splitting night of laughter as 2 actresses play 23 characters with more than 60 costume changes!

Oklahoma!

7:30 PM
With a spring in their step and a song in their heart, cowboys and farmers alike have chased their destines to a land that promises love, opportunity and a brighter future. This joyful production is set in an all-African-American town in the early days of the Oklahoma territor

Vietgone

7:30 PM
Forced to leave their country during the Vietnam War, two refugees find themselves falling in love at the same relocation camp. Bubbling with energy, this rap-spitting, pop culture-crusted comedy is an ode to the courtship of playwright Qui Nguyen’s parent

Athena Project Presents Honor Killing to debut in Denver at the JCC Denver

8:00 PM
Honor Killing is a suspenseful and compelling story of New York Times reporter Allisyn Davis who is investigating the honor killing of a young Pakistani woman at the hands of famil

BETC presents Pride and Prejudice

In this playful adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic romance, Kate Hamill gives the story we know and love an unconventional updating.

Broken Bone Bathtub

Lonnie Hanzon and The Enchantment Society Proudly Present the Denver Premiere of SIOBHAN O'LOUGHLIN's BROKEN BONE BATHTUB - Get In. Siobhan O’Loughlin’s Broken Bone Bathtub is the award-winning immersive piece of theatre taking place inside a bathtub—in an actual private residence. The audience (10 to 18 people) takes on the role of Siobhan’s close friends—listening, sharing, and assisting the cast clad artist at bath time. Lakewood Glens (specific location given upon reservation), from September 6 - 23, Monday - Saturday: 7 p.m. & 9.p.m.; Sunday: 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. Tickets are $35.00 (with a $1 membership to The Enchantment Society) and are now available at www.brokenbonebathtub.com - 1 hour (No intermission)

Lowry’s Spotlight Theater presents its final production - You Can’t Take It With You

Lowry’s Spotlight Theater closes 20 seasons of entertainment with “You Can’t Take It With You.” Alice Sycamore has to introduce the family of her fiancé Tony Kirby to her own freethinking family. The Kirby's are a wealthy, stuffy family of great self-importance, while the Sycamore's are a collection of good-hearted lunatics. When the two families come together, lifestyle and philosophy collide head-on in this Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning American classic

Regional Premiere of Lungs

Smart and funny drama that follows a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship as they grapple with questions of family and change, hope, betrayal, happenstance, and the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love.

Regional Premiere of Oh My God!

In Anat Gov’s play God suffers an existential crisis and seeks out an earthly secular therapist to help relieve his angst.  Ella, who has her own issues, has but one hour to convince God not to destroy his creation.  At times it is not clear who is therapist to who

Vintage Theatre presents “The Kentucky Cycle”

Robert Schenkkan has created a mesmerizing epic of the Cumberland Plateau and an unblinking look at the truth behind our American mythology. Spanning two centuries, from 1775 to 1975, this is the story of three families – Black, White, and Native American - whose lives are irrevocably intertwined. Fast-paced and finely drawn, Schenkkan’s stunning, two-part play examines an American past which have created, for better or worse, the country we are today. Sept. 8 – Oct. 21 - Part 1: Sat/Sun at 2pm and Oct. 1 at 6:30pm. Part 2: Sat/Sun and Oct 2 at 6:30pm. $16 - $32-vintagetheatre.org or 303-856-783

September 16 — 22, 2018

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