Academy Award Winning Director Daniel Junge and director Bryan Storkel present a feature documentary about the confluence of Christianity and mixed martial arts, including ministries which train fighters.
A concert featuring three pianists with different backgrounds: multiple Grammy-nominated crossover pianist Liz Story, award-winning, Denver-based contemporary concert pianist Lisa Downing and special guest, rock n’ roll pianist Bob Baker.
July 13 and 19, Tour: 11:30 a.m., performance: 2:30 p.m.
Hear tales of a Wild West town’s most notorious characters while touring historic sites. Finish the afternoon with a performance of Central City Opera’s “Dead Man Walking,” a work by Jake Heggie based on the award-winning book and movie by the same name.
The Denver artist’s series of sculptures, consisting of looping bronze branches that create simple interlocking rings of lines, are on loan to the Town of Vail’s Art in Public Places program through the end of September.
This inaugural outdoor festival showcases Colorado food, wineries, chocolatiers and musicians, including an acoustic performance by headliner Rachel James of Rachel and The Kings, accompanied by guitarist Dave Preston.
A group exhibition featuring more than 25 artists, “Super Human” explores portraiture in contemporary art through small-scale 2D works, a trio of motion-based artworks and a sculpture by artist Roger Reutimann.
A staple of the Colorado arts calendar, this three-day festival returns for its 28th year with music, dance, theatre, literature and food from local, national and international artists. Highlights include the Art Garden, featuring works by local artists Oyedele Oginga and James Dixon and three stages showcasing a variety of dance, drumming, music and other performing arts.
This play by Rajiv Josef, a 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist for “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” follows the intersecting lives of two childhood friends to compare the scars and physical calamities that keep drawing them together over 30 years.