Weekend Arts Roundup: Cubism dinner, Indonesian dancing and more

February 27, 2014
Photo: 'The Transparent Simulacrum of the Feigned Image' by Salvador DaliCourtesy of Steelworks Center of the West, Pueblo, Colorado
Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904–1989), The Transparent Simulacrum of the Feigned Image, 1938.

“I Go On Singing - Paul Robeson’s Life In His Words and Songs”
Feb. 28 - March 9
Aurora Fox Arts Center, Aurora

Actor-singer Anthony Brown tells the story of the multi-faceted life of Paul Robeson, one of the most popular African-American entertainers of the 1930s, through a multi-media event featuring songs, dance, stories and archival footage. 

“Mercy Killers” Colorado Tour
March 1-11, various locations throughout Colorado

A solo show by Juilliard School graduate and Broadway performer Michael Milligan telling the story of a conservative, blue-collar worker whose life enters an unexpected turn when his wife is diagnosed with cancer, and the politics of health-care become more complex than they originally seemed.

Gamelan Tunas Mekar, “The Power of Community: Documenting 25 Years of an American Gamelan Ensemble”
March 2, 1 p.m.
Mercury Cafe, Denver

To celebrate the Colorado-based Gamelan Tunas Mekar ensemble’s 25 year anniversary, the group performs a special multimedia show featuring new and traditional music and dance of Bali, Indonesia.

Photo: Monkey Town 4
Diner at Monkey Town in New York City.

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