<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Stage]]> <![CDATA[Theater | Week of July 30, 2015]]> Much Ado About Nothing..]]> <![CDATA[Remember]]> Two years after the heartbreaking floods, Lyons is coming together to celebrate the resilience of the city through art, music and community. During MOSAIC: Celebrating Lyons III, Sounds of Lyons and the Clarifier Project will join up to provide a day full of activities for all.]]> <![CDATA[Theater | Week of Oct. 1, 2015]]> BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story..]]> <![CDATA[Theater | Week of September 10, 2015]]> BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story..]]> <![CDATA[The value of failing]]> Early this year, Laura Ann Samuelson, founder of the experimental dance company Hoarded Stuff, began asking fellow artists — who find themselves caught in an endless wheel of marketing and self-promotion — about the opposite end of their resumes. Not how they’d succeeded and what they’d accomplished, but how they’d failed.]]> <![CDATA[Kron's latest divides, but will it conquer?]]> I can’t speak for any other critics, but for me the most difficult plays to review are those that rest in that nebulous in-between place, those that are formidably mediocre and thereby fail to inspire either serious praise or derision.]]> <![CDATA[Fly]]> As aerial dancers, the Frequent Flyers troupe spends most of its time off the ground, making it no surprise that their latest show is space themed. In their show, “Star Sailors,” the group works with the ideas of “afloat” and “far from shore.]]> <![CDATA[Dance]]> Hey you with the two left feet! You are invited to step inside Boulder’s vibrant tango scene with the Boulder Tango Studio’s school of Argentine Tango at the sixth annual Boulder Tango Festival.]]> <![CDATA[Boulder Weekly’s Complete New Year’s Eve Guide 2014-2015]]> New Years Eve with Caribou Mountain Collective and The Hot Lick..]]> <![CDATA[Theater | Week of Dec. 2014]]> Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking!.]]> <![CDATA[Ride]]> Boulder streets will shut down on Saturday, Sept. 27 for Ciclovia, a city-wide event that opens miles of roads for biking and walking, as well as dozens of free activities and food and drink vendors. Participants can travel freely from the North Boulder Rec Center to East Pearl and enjoy the festival on car-free streets.]]> <![CDATA[Kathy Griffin is actually a gay man, and other comedic oddities ]]> About 15 minutes late in ringing my cell phone, Griffin apologizes, having just found out she had to call all the reporters herself, noting, %uFFFDThat%uFFFDs such a D-list thing to be doing.%uFFFD We chatted a little about her latest Bravo stand up special, Balls of Steel,.]]> <![CDATA[A double dose of holiday hilarity]]> ’Twas the week before Christmas, and all through the town, some people were up while others were down. Some loved the snow and the cold and the lights; some felt the whole thing just wasn’t right. Whether this time of year makes you joyful or crass, the holidays can be one big pain in the ass. So take a quick break from the candles and bows, and enjoy a guffaw from these thespian pros.]]> <![CDATA[Opposites attract]]> Given the myriad ways in which other directors have put their stamp on this ageless tale — from turning Felix and Oscar into women to utilizing the Kabuki form — director Robert Kramer’s decision to stage this Miners Alley Playhouse production in the play’s original 1965 New York City setting is inspired and heightens both the many similarities and striking juxtapositions between then and now.]]> <![CDATA[Fecking brilliant]]> If you’ve never seen the sadly short-lived British TV series Father Ted (R.I.P. Dermot Morgan), you owe it to yourself to give it a look. It’s a screamingly funny show set on the fictitious Craggy Island off Ireland’s western coast. It is also the spiritual sibling to Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, which takes place on a real island in the same general vicinity.]]> <![CDATA[trick or treat?]]> Halloween is coming, therefore the unknown is beginning to surface. For those who want to rip the door open and find out the secrets, head to the fourth annual Spirits of Colorado Paranormal Convention. During the convention enjoy a multitude of activities geared toward all loves of bizarre.]]> <![CDATA[Marvel]]> Pole dancing gets a bad rap, but think gymnasts on a vertical bar, and then you’ll understand. For the third consecutive year, the Boulder Theater will host the Colorado Pole Championship, where a collection of the region’s best pole dancers gather together to battle for a chance to qualify for the North American Pole Championship Series.]]> <![CDATA[East meets West]]> When sitting down for a performance of Terracotta Warriors, things are a little unclear — and that’s not because it’s a full-length Chinese production in the middle of Denver. At first, the stage seems kind of fuzzy, that is until you slide on your 3-D glasses and everything comes into focus.]]> <![CDATA[Theater | Week of Jan. 22, 2015]]> Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking!.]]> <![CDATA[Sonata]]> Exotic Yugoslavian dances and “virtuoso tango” will be performed to the piano playing of Mina Gajic and electric violin of Zachary Carrettin. Gajic and Carrettin are a virtuosic duo, known for their dynamic performances and unconventional takes on the genre at hand.]]>