There’s no such thing as too much cheese. Sure, you could probably find a bountiful crop of dietitians and lactose intolerants who would vehemently disagree with that sentiment, but we’re neither dietitians nor lactose intolerant
For the past several weeks, the design team at The Fox, led by Technical Director Brandon Case, has chopped, welded and moved select pieces of a retired public school bus onto the Colfax theater’s mainstage for what will arguably be The Fox’s grandest show of its 32nd season
There’s innocence and intrigue in traditional burlesque that just can’t be found at, say, Shotgun Willie’s, or at the far spectrum of cable TV channels, where 60 minutes of footage will cost you beaucoup bucks — and probably nix any chance at a second date
When the Colorado Ballet’s “The Little Mermaid” came to the June Swaner Gates Concert Hall last week, I figured “Why not?” I dressed Cici in a fancy green dress, ill-fitting white shoes with tiny heels and headed to the concert hall, which is at University of Denver’s Newman Center for the Performing Arts. To say I didn’t know what to expect is an understatement.
After attending a recent Sunday night performance of the perennial cornerstone of holiday enchantment at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver, my ballet curiosity has been piqued. It’s morphed from a mild spirit of inquiry about a diminutive office on Santa Fe Drive to an incensed devouring of my first playbill bearing that red Colorado Ballet logo.
Founded through a joint effort of the Fox, Original Aurora Renewal and the now-defunct Crossover Project, the annual concert series features eight performances for traditionally underserved public school students