Is there such a thing as a live documentary? On April 7, mixed-media performance "Tripod: Mead, Bateson, Bali" will push the boundaries of the traditional documentary form with live actors, musicians, dancers and video projection.
Intended to be an emotionally gripping and intellectually challenging experience, "Theory of Flight" by Anna Lindemann emerges from the integration of music, animation and evolutionary developmental biology. Catch the unique performance April 7 and 8.
Catch the the Boulder Laptop Orchestra (BLOrk) in concert March 18. Boldly going where no laptop orchestra has gone before, BLOrk integrates technology with performers in an ensemble setting, providing live interaction between the two.
Climate change is about as amusing as death, but the gallows can inspire a kind of humor. The March 17 "Stand Up for Climate Change" event aims to fuse the sobering topic of climate change with the unifying power of humor.
It’s a dark and stormy night. A young couple’s car breaks down near a castle. Seeking a telephone to call for help, the sweethearts meet Rocky, a buff creation of mad transvestite scientist Frank-N-Furter, along with a bunch of other zany creatures. This is the storyline of The Rocky Horror Show. But the show is so much more than the plot.
The Eklund Opera season continues with Mozart’s "The Magic Flute," one of the most beloved and widely performed operas in the world. The family-friendly hit comes to Macky Auditorium March 17 through 19.
Back in Boulder by popular demand, Irish folk ensemble Danú performs an unforgettable evening of reels, ballads and other audience favorites from the Emerald Isle on Saturday, March 4, at Macky Auditorium.