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Winner of four Tony Awards, Hedwig and the Angry Inch follows Hedwig, a transgender East German singer/songwriter, an her band "The Angry Inch." The story unfolds as the glam rocker and her band tour the country following former lover and superstar, Tommy Gnosis, who has stolen Hedwig's songs and achieved great success. Resentful and alone, Hedwig shares her emotional story of growing up as a boy in East Berlin and then journeying to the United States in search of her other half. With a high-energy pop/rock score, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is part concert, part musical and part drag performance. Experience the innovative, lively show when it comes to Aurora Fox Arts Center - Main Stage.
The New York Times raves Honeymoon in Vegas is "a real-live, old fashioned, deeply satisfying Broadway musical in a way few new shows are anymore." Based on the 1992 Nicholas Cage comedy hit, this is the hilarious story of commitment-phobe Jack, his not-so-patient girlfriend Betsy and a professional gambler named Tommy. Featuring a book by Andrew Bergman (who wrote and directed the original film) and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, this is a musical comedy in the Golden Age theatrical tradition, with gags, gams and great tunes. The original Broadway team of director Gary Griffin and choreographer Denis Jones brings Honeymoon in Vegas to the Vintage Theatre in Aurora.
One of Longmont's most enduring holiday traditions takes Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and adds a heaping helping of music, dancing and comedy, plus a full meal, while still serving up the heartfelt Yuletide themes of charity and goodwill. Scrooge: Bah Humbug! has been an annual staple of the Jesters Dinner Theatre repertoire since 1987 -- and it even stars the same actor in the title role. A family-friendly event with a bedtime-friendly length, this popular production offers a variety of entrees if your ticket includes a meal, with fresh bread and your choice of salad or soup. A kids' menu is available too, and so is a show-only ticket.
Christmas lights and Vegas lights... it's a match made it heaven. Get a joyful dose of holiday cabaret with this star-studded, Sin City-style spin on the most wonderful time of the year at Aurora's Vintage Theatre. All the warmth and music of the holidays melds with the allure of the Strip in the second installment of Christmas in Vegas.
A one-woman musical tour-de-force about the artist who played Mammy in Gone With The Wind, Hi-Hat Hattie! takes place backstage of an old theater where Ms. Hattie McDaniel recalls the incredible events of her storied show business life. Raised in Denver and a graduate of Denver East High School, the show details her journey from childhood through her pain as a stunned widow to the graceful artist that never buckled under the restraints of appearance, gender or race. Hi-Hat Hattie! is the funny and thought-provoking musical journey of a talented female artist who would become the first African-American to win an Oscar for her iconic role. Featuring jazz and blues classics like "St. Louis Blues," "Danny Boy," "Can't Help Lovin Dat Man," "Amazing Grace" and more, Hi-Hat Hattie! now comes to the Aurora Fox Arts Center - Main Stage.
Sue Mengers was a one-of-a-kind, brassy Hollywood super-agent throughout the '70s and '80s whose star-studded clients included the likes of Cher, Steve McQueen, Burt Reynolds and Barbra Streisand. Renowned as one of Los Angeles' most extravagant hostesses, I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers invites you into her glamorous Beverly Hills home for a night filled with the kind of insider info that only a woman like Sue could dish out. Written by Tony Award winner John Logan (Red), this one-woman comedy starring Emma Messenger can be enjoyed at Aurora's Vintage Theatre.
Based on the remarkable true story of Helen Keller and her teacher Anne Sullivan, The Miracle Worker draws you into the experience of these two courageous women who overcame their disabilities to live rich lives. Critically acclaimed director Peter J. Hughes returns to the John Hand Theater in Denver to present this inspiring and unforgettable play, sure to be a highlight of your holiday season.
For 57 years, Colorado Ballet's Nutcracker has been charming audiences with its magical story, becoming a cherished part of the holiday season. Timeless choreography performed by talented dancers to Tchaikovsky's extraordinary score played live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra is quintessential holiday fare. Complete with beautiful fairies, handsome princes, dancing snowflakes and a lovely young girl making her way to the Sugar Candy Kingdom, this gorgeous ballet is the perfect way to celebrate the season, and it's coming to the stage of Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver.
Set in the 1950s, and based on real events, Red takes a compelling look at world-famous abstract artist Mark Rothko at the pinnacle of his creative powers. As he struggles with creating a series of large paintings for a commission, Rothko gets a brand-new assistant and the thin line between teacher and student begins to blur. See this this taut, visceral play by John Logan at Denver's Vintage Theatre.
For the past eight years, three middle-aged couples have gathered, post-Christmas, at Randall and Dellen's plush, cozy Vail cabin. Each year their social event includes exchanging white elephant gifts, making their resolutions for the upcoming year and, of course, a few cocktails. But this year, something has changed. Relationships have evolved, some more than others, and an unexpected guest is an all too familiar face.
Neil Simon is essentially the king of playwriting, so it's a guarantee that you'll dig yet another piece in the repertoire of greatness, Rumors. It's a first-rate farce packed with broad physical comedy, loaded with his trademark wit and plenty of high-octane, door-slamming energy. It all starts when three affluent couples arrive at an upper-crust Manhattan anniversary party to discover that their host -- who happens to be the Deputy Mayor of New York -- has accidentally shot himself through the earlobe, while his wife and their staff are missing. Intrigued? Desperate to save the mayor's reputation, the couples go to zany lengths to keep the police and press from finding out the truth. Don't miss this gem of a comedy at the John Hand Theater in Denver.
Christmas carols, Santa's reindeer, the Whos in Whoville, gift exchanges and good will -- everything warm and fuzzy about the holidays gets a red-hot skewering in the seasonal sketch show Santa's Big Red Sack. A non-traditional look at Christmas cheer that's ironically become an annual tradition for Denver's Avenue Theater, Santa's Big Red Sack is clever, witty, silly, relentless -- and definitely not for the easily offended. The scenes are as predictably unpredictable as always, and this year the gang mixes new over-the-top material with hit sketches from years past.