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The Telephone Project

August 12 @ 6:00 pm

What is “The Telephone Project?” Well, it’s a grown-up game of telephone played in two different languages: music and dance. Highlighting choreography by nine different choreographers associated with Life/Art Dance Ensemble and featuring new original music by nine different music-makers, this show a wonderful sampling of the local Colorado music scene that you don’t want to miss! Each of the 18 pieces was created based on, or in response to, the previous piece and the results will be presented in two ways:
• A one-evening-ONLY theatrical performance that will present the project in its original order, and then will surprise you (July 16)!
• Two evenings of immersive, gallery-style performances in which you can choose-your-own-artistic-adventure (August 12 and 13)! You may also choose from three entry times per night, 6pm, 7pm, and 8pm. *Note: this performance style involves the use of silent disco headphones, which will be cleaned and sanitized after each use.

This show will ask you the ultimate question: “Did you get the message?”

Featured Colorado music artists include: Saint Somebody, Thunder Boogie, Nathaniel Roney, Moodlighting, Jonathan “Goody” Goodman and Jake Cacciatore, Mikhail Lantsov, Sophie Ernstrom, and Gregory Furness, New Dawn String Quartet, Shoaler, and Michael Linert.

Attend one performance or grab a combo ticket and see both styles! Combo ticket: Purchase a ticket to the Theater-style performance on July 16th and receive a code for a $10 discount good for any of the three performance times on either August 12 or 13.

Details

Date:
August 12
Time:
6:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
www.lifeartdance.org

Organizer

Life/Art Dance Ensemble
Email:
info@lifeartdance.org
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Venue

The People’s Building
9995 East Colfax Avenue
Aurora, 80010
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