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A drawing of “Coors Field-1 Base” by artist Elayne Moseley represents her new series, “Architecture Lingua,” which focuses on how we, as viewers, are affected by abstract consideration of architectural detail or structure. Five prints by … more
Ignite Theatre is presenting a Regional Premiere of the musical, “See What I Wanna See” by Michael John LaChuisa, based on three short stories by Japanese short story writer Rynosuke Akutagawa (1892-1927). This is not by any means a musical … more
On any given Thursday, a steady drumbeat can be heard around the main offices at the Wind Crest retirement community. It's not an Apache war tribe, but the sources of those rhythmic sounds have certainly conquered an upstairs recreation … more
When she thinks about her childhood home, it's often that really big home where she spent summers — the place that's about 415 squares miles big. Mary Taylor Young, 58, of Castle Rock — an award-winning nature writer and author who has sold … more
The Denver Center Attractions 2014-15 season features Tony Award-winning hits and family favorites straight from Broadway including the national tour launch of "Pippin," "Kinky Boots," Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella," "Motown the Musical," "Annie," and "Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking!" more
Building on the success of years past, Lone Tree's annual Casino Night returns from 7 to 11 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Lone Tree Arts Center. New features this year include live music, a lounge area and vintage casino games. “It's fun night to … more
Lights go up on a very ordinary hospital room. Rita (Debra Persoff) sits near Ben's bed, leafing through a shelter magazine, planning to redo the 40-year-old living room, where “every stain is a reminder of some disastrous day.” Ben (Joey … more
The Arapahoe Community College Art Department is collaborating with Littleton Adventist Hospital's Healing Arts Program by mounting works by two faculty members, Marsha Wooley and Olga Vogler, in an area where all can enjoy them. The paintings will … more
RedLine's exhibit, “A New Attitude: CHEN Man's Provocative Interpretations of Contemporary Chinese Women,” has been curated by Julie Seagraves, executive director of the Asian Coordinating Council in Denver. The Chinese artist's first exhibit … more
The Metropolitan State University art faculty has developed “Making Contact,” a new exhibit running Feb. 21 to April 5 at its Center for Visual Art, through various kinds of interaction with individual communities: artists, students, alumni, … more
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