Are you looking for a unique and exciting performance of experimental ballets in Colorado Springs? Look no further! The Department of Theater and Dance at Colorado College is hosting a series of two-day events in the Colorado Springs community. Colton West, who studied at the Colorado Ballet Society under the direction of Patricia Hoffman, will be leading the class. He has also attended intensive summer courses at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Boston Ballet, the Austin Ballet, the American Ballet Theater, and the Paris Opera Ballet School. The class will provide a wide range of performances such as theater, dance, opera, puppets, solo performances, circus, plays at specific sites, performances in foreign languages, and experimental works in all genres. Everything that the Colorado Ballet Society does is very well done, from training to performances and caring for the heart, mind and body of each dancer.
This Friday, November 2, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic will be presenting “The Nutcracker” performed by the Oklahoma City Ballet.
Peak Radar is a comprehensive calendar of arts and cultural events for Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. It covers everything from theater to sports, music, film, poetry and outdoor recreation. Spencer and Julie Penrose, founders of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Henry and Elizabeth McAllister (the first urban planners in Colorado Springs); and Charles and Josephine Tutt (gold mining magnates and Penrose's business partner) are some of the other guests at the party that night. Intermediate work in scenic design with an emphasis on the emergence of new approaches and innovations in scenic and scenic design will also be featured. Eiko Otake is a highly regarded artist who has been living in the United States since 1976. She has performed in many countries as part of the performance duo Eiko & Koma. Territory Days are held every Memorial Day weekend in historic Old Colorado located on the west side of Colorado Springs. If you're looking for live music in Colorado, there's no better place than Red Rocks Amphitheater.
The famous party scene of A Colorado Nutcracker takes place in the Great Hall of Glen Eyrie Castle. It is organized by artist Katja Rivera (curator of contemporary art) and Ryan Platt (associate professor of performing studies in the Department of Theater & Dance at Colorado College), with support from Savanah Pennell (curatorial paraprofessional).