Broomfield Auditorium Events

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BackStory Theatre

BackStory Theatre  
Fantastic Friday Family Theatre: Complaint Department and Lemonade
Friday, March 31, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
$3 all ages over 4, younger are FREE
At the door - Box office opens 30 minutes prior to the show. General seating.
720.263.0836
www.backstorytheatre.org

Complaint Department and Lemonade, script by Kamron Kiltgaard, directed by Rachel Hunter. This brief but hilarious show is performed by the youth actors of BackStory Academy. This is an excellent way to introduce children to theatre. Got a problem with your frosting, cheese, or phone? Join us as our actor's step into the wackiest complaint department around!
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Aster Women's Chamber Choir Aster Women's Chamber Choir  
Besamé Mucho: A Salute to Four Iconic Women of Song
Saturday, April 01, 2017, 2 p.m.
$12 Adults, $8 Students/Seniors
Purchase online
1.800.838.3006 / 303.466.2879
http://www.AsterChoir.org

ASTER Women's Chamber Choir presents "Besame Mucho" featuring the music which was made famous by Edith Piaf, The Incomparable Hildegarde, Consuelita Velazquez, and Mahalia Jackson. Come enjoy familiar tunes including La Vie en Rose, I’ll See You Again, Besame Mucho, and His Eye is on the Sparrow, as well as other gems as we tell the stories of these amazing women. This concert is appropriate for ages ten and older. It will last approximately seventy-five minutes and will be presented without intermission. Perfect for older audiences who want to reminisce or young audiences who missed out on these great songs the first time around!
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Colorado Fine Arts Association Colorado Fine Arts Association  
Sangam - Carnatic and Hindustani Instrumental Duet Concert
Sunday, April 02, 2017, 3 p.m.
$50 (VIP), $25 (general), $10 (student)
Purchase online
740.320.2322
http://coloradofinearts.org

North Indian (hindusthani) and South Indian (carnatic) instrumental music duet concert by Harshad Kanetkar, Ronu Majumdar, Rajesh Uppalapu, Venkitaramanan Ramani Pallipuram Seshamani. 
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Creative Broomfield Creative Broomfield  
Traditional Indian Dance Colorado Fine Arts Association
Wednesday, April 05, 2017, 7 p.m.
Free. No tickets required.
720.887.2371

Bharatanatyam is one of the several classical dances originated in India. This particular dance form traces its roots to the culture-rich Southern State of Tamilnadu.

This graceful yet strong form of art is a combination of pure, physical dance and storytelling through emotive facial expressions and various hand gestures each signifying a different message. Numerous Bharatanatyam dances portray the different aspects of Hindu mythology, such as through stories about the many Gods of India. These stories are often didactic, and carry morals for humanity to follow. For example, the dancer may depict the different tricks Lord Krishna would play on the village girls, and then question the morality of these acts.

The performance presented by Colorado Fine Arts Association is performed by the graduates of the Shivanjali Center for Fine Arts, a school founded by Mrs. Puja Allepalli in 2004. We cordially invite you to attend this wonderful cultural opportunity, presented by the following 7 students: Saranya Budamgunta, Vidhya Dev, Divya Bhat, Sneha Varanasi, Meghana Yarlagadda, Shrushti Manikandan, Annika Ajay
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Creative Broomfield Creative Broomfield  
Norma Johnson & Clarinetist Dexter Payne present Poems for My White Friends:
The Conversation Continues…
Thursday, April 06, 2017, 7 p.m.
Free. No tickets required.
720.887.2371

Norma Johnson is a healer, poet and performer who brings inspired awareness to insights on race and human rights. Norma’s poems are used by educators across the country to arouse consciousness about how race, privilege and class affect our daily lives. Norma’s powerful and poignant collection of “Poems for My White Friends” stirs hearts and minds and opens space for inquiry, reflection and dialogue about the inevitable role race plays in our society and in our lives every day.

Clarinetist Dexter Payne has performed from Tijuana to Paris, from Montreal to Buenos Aires. Highly ranked in Downbeat Magazine Readers Poll and 2011 International Blues Challenge winner, Payne is equally at home playing Brazillian choro jazz as he is playing jazz and blues. Recognized internationally for his work on clarinet, sax and harmonica, he is overjoyed to co-create art in service of human growth and awareness.
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