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Denver During the Holidays

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“It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” not only for the holidays and gift-wrapping – but to celebrate the arts and theatre the great city of Denver and the communities along the Front Range have to offer. A wide variety of plays, productions, and events are schedule for the month of December that can be a great way for you and your family to get out and embrace the holiday spirit.” A list of “Critic’s Picks,” from The Denver Post lists this holiday seasons must see’s in Denver.

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance’s annual production of “Granny Dances to Holiday Drum” that is always a colorful and family-friendly event and don’t LIDA Project’s original epic, “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep,” playing through December 17th that highlights the importance of health care. There’s also The Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” re-creates Frank Capra’s classic film as a live radio broadcast.

There are many ways to celebrate the holidays in Denver and along the Front Range. Visit www.denverpost.com for more event details in Colorado as well as www.artbeetfc.com for Fort Collins listings.

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December 16th, 2011 at 10:08 am

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  1. Great chance to see the hit Broadway Musical “Avenue Q” at Midtown Arts Center in Fort Collins at one of Colorado’s premier entertainment venues! Exclusive offer on Groupon for a Two or Four-Person Dinner Theatre Package for Avenue Q: show dates available January 13-March 17. Check out the Groupon for Northern Colorado here to learn more:
    http://www.groupon.com/deals/midtown-arts-center

    A winner of multiple Tony awards, including Best Musical and Best Score, Avenue Q plops felt puppets alongside human actors to both revere and subvert such idyllic children’s shows as Sesame Street. Hand-picked from stages across the country for their comedic chops and improvisational skills, the cast members roam the Center’s intimate 236-seat auditorium with dishes in hand when not performing.

    Midtown Arts Center is Northern Colorado’s newest cultural and performing arts center. The Dinner Theatre at Midtown Arts Center, (formerly Carousel Dinner Theatre) is celebrating its 19th year of bringing Broadway Up Close and Close to Home. Midtown provides a complete social, dining, and entertainment package, served up by the best professional entertainers from across Colorado and the nation, all under one roof.

    Christina

    20 Dec 11 at 9:39 am

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