“Ballet Ariel returns to the PACE Center in April for its first live performances of the year with Cinderella. This shortened, one act version has all the beauty and grandeur, wit and whimsy of the full-length version, where one young woman’s life is forever changed by a fairy godmother and a delicate slipper. The wicked stepsisters cavort in the most outrageous and amusing manner hoping to capture the attention of Prince Charming. But in the end, it is the fair and lovely Cinderella who wins the heart of the Prince. Performed to Sergei Prokofiev’s captivating score. Ballet Ariel’s talented team of Director Ilena Norton’s and Gregory Gonzales’ original choreography is a dynamic post-modern classic gem. With Ballet Ariel dancers Jennifer Kuhn as Cinderella and Yoshiko Brunson as the Fairy Godmother.”
Two performances on April 2 – 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
To protect our patrons, Ballet Ariel will be complying with all state and local Covid-19 regulations.
People from across the country are looking for ways to help families of the 10 people killed at a King Soopers in Boulder on March 22.
We've compiled a list of area groups that are collecting contributions in the aftermath of the shooting.
In July, we published this statement in recognition of the work we needed to begin at CPR to confront issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in our newsroom and organization as a whole.
We know this work is urgent, and we are dedicated to doing it thoroughly and connecting it with our vision and mission to reach all and serve everyone in Colorado.
Here is an update on our progress over the last eight months.
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