Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema (Eighth Annual)
This film and dance event is a niche film festival specializing in dance cinema as an art form and incorporating live performance. With an expansive definition of dance and an appreciation for experimental and interdisciplinary forms, this unique festival presents a wide variety of film and video in a wide range of venues, plus performance. Visit http://sanssoucifest.org/demoreel/.
7:30 p.m. Sept. 16 - 17, Friday – Saturday, ATLAS Black Box theater
Casanova at Twilight
An original musical theater piece written by Bill Mooney who for 14-years was a cast member
of ABC's All My Children as well as a performer both on and off-Broadway. See the tale of Casanova's exploits, based on his autobiography. Music is composed and conducted by Hunter Ewen, a doctoral student in CU’s College of Music. Singer/actors include baritone and CU graduate Garrett Smith as young Casanova and Leigh Holman, director of CU’s Opera Department, who plays one of Casanova’s loves.
7:30 p.m. Friday - Sunday, Sept. 23 - 25, Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, ATLAS Black Box theater
Tickets are available at the CU Presents Box Office, located in the University Club. Phone: 303-492-8008 or email: email@example.com.
An original, immersive, multi-sensory exploration of abstract video and sound by artist/composer Cole Ingraham. The performance includes live instrumentalists, synthesized sounds and a combination of 2D and 3D animated graphics. Ingraham is a doctoral student in CU’s College
7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Oct. 28 – 29, ATLAS Black Box theater
Black & White
A coming of age story told through multi-media dance, theater and video performed by choreographer Gabriel Masson in collaboration with video artist Tara Rynders. Masson is assistant professor in CU's Department of Theatre and Dance. Rynders is an MFA student in multimedia dance.
8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, ATLAS Black Box
Not recommended for children.
What Are You Hungry For?
A one-woman theater performance debut by writer/performer Beth Osnes who presents a series
of original, short pieces inspired by contemporary social issues. Interactively, audience members will choose from among 20 or more original pieces, thus influencing the flow of the evening and sequence of the production. Osnes has toured her original works around the world. Locally, one of her works was presented last year as part of the Boulder International Fringe Festival.
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, ATLAS Black Box theater