This free, all-day celebration of music making features performances by Opera Colorado, Bevan Frost and other artists, workshops and an instrument petting zoo from Swallow Hill Music, singalongs and food.
Garner Galleria Theatre, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Denver
This improv, sketch comedy and musical revue by company members from Chicago’s renowned Second City improv ensemble takes on such issues as relationships, missed love connections and political partisanship.
The Latino visual arts institution hosts work by seven local artists born and raised on the West side of Denver who typically use the urban environment as their canvas. The exhibition contrasts creating art within the "white box" walls of a museum with creating art on the streets.
June 20, 27 and 28,
Dairy Center, Boulder (20) and PACE Center, Parker (27 and 28)
Denver’s Zikr Dance Ensemble, whose contemporary dance and multi-media performances are based on ancient dance rituals from many different world cultures throughout history, presents a new work inspired by Christian sacred dance.
The Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts presents three weekends of outdoor plays, including six performances of Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” and six performances of “The Imaginary Invalid,” a comedy by Molière.
This exhibition from photographer and documentary filmmaker Allen Birnbach documents the challenges faced by three families, each of whom have ranched and stewarded their lands for generations, as they battle against the cultural, economic and environmental challenges that threaten to destroy their way of life.