Check out John Moore’s article about PHAMALY.
PHAMALY performs the National Anthem for visiting media for the Democratic National Convention:
What's on Stage in Colorado
Please join me on the Theatre Colorado Team for this year’s Alzheimer’s Memory Walk on September 20, 2008 at City Park in Denver. I bet you know someone who’s been affected by Alzheimer’s. Most of us do. I learned today that every 71 seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. It’s the 6th leading cause of death in the United States.
When I learned about the walk I got the idea form a team representing the theater community here in Denver, so I’m starting on that this week. And really, how hard could it be? It’s a 2-3 mile walk on a Saturday morning in the fall. This isn’t a marathon we’re talking about. But consider the marathon that those battling Alzheimer’s and their families are facing today. We can all do something to help. here’s my team page: Theatre Colorado Team.
Join the team, help raise funds and walk with me, or make a donation to this very worthy cause.
What: Inspire Creative Presents Fiddler on the Roof
Who: Producer Ralph Neumann, Director Gary Lewis, Musical Director Jim Ramsey, Choreographer Hope Golden, Orchestra Director Christian Paetsch
Tickets on sale now at www.inspirecreative.org
All Performances 7:00 p.m. Friday, August 22nd Saturday, August 23rd Sunday, August 24th Friday, August 29th Saturday August 30th Sunday, August 31st Parker Mainstreet Center 19650 E. Mainstreet, Parker Friday, September 5th Saturday, September 6th West Bowles Community Church 12325 W. Bowles, Littleton
Is your mind filled with creative ideas and you just don?t know how to put them into action? The Creative Forum is a monthly get together for people involved in the creative arts, whether professionally or just as aficionados with a desire to learn more. Come meet others in various artistic disciplines. Writers, composers, actors, musicians, fine artists, graphics artists, photographers, printmakers, filmmakers, and interdisciplinary artists are welcome. Hosted by 1615.tv The GC Media Project.
Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Main Lobby August 13, 7-9 pm
DRAMATURG: a specialist in dramaturgy.
DRAMATURGY: the art or technique of dramatic composition and theatrical representation.
That as defined by Webster’s is the new job for Douglas Langworthy. BUT that is only a scratch on the surface on this very well known ‘new addition’ to the Denver Center Theatre Company. Doug has a very long list of credits to his name and will be an exciting guest for us. Looking forward to hearing all about what the responsibilities of Dramaturg and Lit Manager are. You can see his bio a the Denver Center website by CLICKING HERE!
Where: Cherry Hills Community Church
When: Wednesday, August 13 from 7-9 pm
Room: Main Lobby
For additional information visit www.creativeforum.us.
Contact: Ken Whatmore email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Titanic the Musical
August 8 – 17
With music as beautiful as the voyage was tragic, Stone and Yeston’s Titanic: The Musical captivates us with the pathos of that night. A full orchestra and over 40 actors bring the passengers and crew to life as their exuberant elation turns to disbelief, then despair, then hope. Winner of five Tony awards, including best musical, best book, and best original theatre score.
Lakewood Cultural Center,
470 South Allison Parkway, Lakewood
FRIDAY, August 1st and SATUDAY, August 2nd from 9 am – 2pm
PLUS – SINCE WE ARE AT THE THEATRE, YOU CAN PAY USING A CREDIT CARD!!
2119 E. 17th Ave.
2 blocks west of the intersection of 17th and YORK.
Keep in mind that 17th is a one-way street heading east, so you’ll want to head up 18th or 16th and come down (or up).
This is the annual fundraiser for the VINTAGE THEATRE and we have been collecting donations from our patrons and associates for several weeks now. We have so much stuff, we took over the restaurant next door as well.
Everything is priced to move!!
Need a framed picture of Jesus that plugs in and lights up? We’ve got that.
Need, not one – but two, velvet paintings of half nude women? Yeah, we’ve got that too.
If you’re lonely, how about a plastic sunflower that will sing “You are my sunshine?” (self esteem and batteries not included).
We’ve also got:
**A Washer/Dryer Set
**Electronics and small kitchen appliances
**Books, Books, Books!
**Baby Bonanza!! Clothes, toys, etc.
**Plates, vases, ashtrays, bookcases, kitchen utensils, gardening supplies, planter pots, mugs, candles, candle holders, filing cabinets, a selection of four different coffee makers, a humongous teddy bear, a fuzzy heart ottoman thingy, an oriental screen, bric a brac, several quality office chairs, bugs bunny earrings, an entire christmas section, two desks, a nice loveseat, bedding, fuzzy slippers……and so many more things that I can’t even list them here!!
ALSO – if you want, take advantage of our garage sale prices on our tickets.
We are selling tickets to Tenneesse Williams’ classic drama A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE for only $15 at the garage sale. The regular price is $22 so you’re saving $7 per ticket!! Buy your tickets there and then call us later to let us know when you want to come see the show.