This full night of comedy includes two stages that feature stand-up comedians like Sarah Silverman, Louis C.K., Demetri Martin and Marc Maron and the Cut Throat Freak Show, a roaming troupe of carnival sideshow-style performers.
Wolf Law Building, University of Colorado Law School, Boulder
This two-day conference brings together authors, professors, historians and activists to mark the 50th year since the signing of the Wilderness Act in 1964 which has preserved 43 wilderness areas in Colorado. Guests include landscape photographer John Fielder and David Mason, Poet Laureate of Colorado.
The Buell Theatre, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Denver
This is the story of a young prince on a death-defying journey to find meaning in his existence. This 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival makes its national tour debut in Denver.
September 6, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Downtown Colorado Springs
This family-friendly, annual celebration of creativity in Colorado’s Pikes Peak region includes two performances by the science-oriented rock group ArcAttack, incorporating two custom-built, “singing” Tesla coils.
One of the Denver Art Museum’s (DAM) longest-running events, this celebration of American Indian cultures features dancers, drum groups, working artists, hands-on activities and a screening of the trailer for DAM Native Arts Artist-in-Residence Jeffrey Gibson’s new video project, “one becomes the other.”
This nontraditional chamber ensemble - a gathering of string musicians who have played with groups and musicians ranging from the Colorado Symphony and Boulder Philharmonic, to Moby and Kanye West - opens their fourth season in Boulder.
Broadway veteran and Colorado native Martin Moran wrote and stars in this reprise of his Obie award-winning one-man show, "The Tricky Part," as well as a new work entitled “All the Rage.” In “All the Rage,” Moran spans the globe from Manhattan to the Rockies to Johannesburg, South Africa in search of answers stemming from a boyhood trauma.
This 1988, Tony Award-winning drama by David Henry Hwang follows a 20-year love affair between a French diplomat and a Chinese opera star. It examines themes of sexual and racial stereotyping, Western imperialism and the role illusion plays in perceptions.