From the beginning of the rise of comic books in the late 1930s until the mid-1950s, there was a presence of Blacks characters. This presentation will take the audience on a journey to discover how these images paced the historic rise of American Americans in popular culture.
Clowning for the timing, precision, and FUN of it! Combining ensemble skills, character work and goofiness, this workshop encourages students to make vivid acting choices in such a way as to give everyone the giggles. ¿Un taller de hacer payasadas? Este taller desarrolla las técnicas de actuación de reparto, de personajes individuales, y de la comedia física. El taller animará a los estudiantes a escoger las opciones en su actuación para que todos se rían a carcajadas.
Young artists learn to bend their brains and their imaginations with this unique workshop that teaches new drawing techniques! Artist Laura Edwards works with participants to create drawings that jump right off of the paper! Los artistas jóvenes aprenden a usar sus cerebros y sus imaginaciones con este taller único que los va a enseñar nuevas técnicas de dibujo. ¡La artista Laura Edwards trabajará con los participantes para ayudarlos a crear dibujos que saltan de la página!
You will be inspired and entertained as Eric and his deaf dog, Angelyne, share their heart-warming story and perform over 40 commands and tricks.
Serás inspirado y entretenido mientras Eric y su perro sordo comparten su tierno cuento y presentan más de 40 comandos y trucos.
Kick-off the MLK Holiday and Black History Month events with a meet and greet. Special guests include: writer Marcus Gardley, director Chay Yew and cast members.
Homer's epic is retold through a soldier's homecoming from the Afghanistan War, his journey interwoven through the African American experience using magic, music and poetry. Light Refreshments will be served.
The author believes that death is not the end and that our deceased loved ones are watching us and helping us. At this event, she will talk about her ideas about the afterlife, and she will attempt to help you experience the presence of your departed loved ones. She will give some attendees a brief personal reading.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts will lead a discussion of its production of Shadowlands, a biographical look at the late-in-life blooming relationship between author C. S. Lewis and his wife Joy Davidman.