The award will support KRD’s Moving Possibilities to Performance program, which provides in-school, after-school and summer dance workshops to students at local Title I elementary and middle schools.
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“We should not have to go to Denver, or Arvada, or Parker, or Lone Tree or even one of our own high school gymnasiums to get more than 250 people together to enjoy the arts in Aurora,” he said.
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Bursting with fellow Second City-ites, the six-person cast (and one verbose audience member who, frankly, stole a bit of the show on opening night) is a powerful, new-age brat pack, brimming with personages whose quest for attention is only eclipsed by the sheen radiating from their Pantene-kissed coiffures.
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“I feel really grateful that they kind of spread the wealth. It’s hard to ask for more, Miranda said. “This isn’t a book award. This isn’t like I wrote some novel by myself with an editor. Theater requires collaboration and I’m lucky to be working with some of the best people in their respective fields alive right now.”
“Let me tell you something,” Sedaris said in a phone interview Monday. “That art could not be uglier. The hardest thing I ever did in my life was to come up with names for it all. That was really hard. You’re just looking at something, and I don’t know what to call it — ‘That (expletive) Duck’ – mindless art.”
“A lot of these dancers — most of these dancers in fact — train year-round for this first event of the year, of the powwow season,” said Larry Yazzie, a champion dancer himself and founder of Native Pride Arts. “They’re like athletes. They run, they bike, weightlifting, eat right, whatever they can to get that edge out there on the dance arena.”