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Denver Fringe Festival
June 24 @ 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm
The Denver Fringe Festival is four days of original performing arts from local and national performers – everything from original plays and musicals, comedy, improv, magic, immersive, dance, circus arts, aerial and more! Bold, risky, daring, original, up close and personal – you’ve never experienced live performance like this before! All tickets are $15.
Strange Tales of Loves and Devotions – 6/24 and 6/25 at 5pm
Experience magical experiments, strange tales and paranormal phenomena in this exploration of love, jealousy, betrayal, and empathy and sympathy, and revenge and more. Jayne is a Master Magician, Storyteller, and Philosopher of the Normal, Paranormal, and Imagined.
Catching Icarus, an original play – 6/24 and 6/25 at 6:05pm
An anxious traveler in the midst of what could be considered the worst crisis of his life, his brilliant but estranged son, a college dropout, a server who takes care of everyone but herself, and an hour in a Waffle House. How much good can that do one person?
The Visitor, an original play – 6/24 and 6/25 at 7:15pm
Two politicians and an alien walk into a bar… A comedy parodying tribalism and its effects on our two-party system.
Grimm Mountain Legends, an original play – 6/24 and 6/25 at 8:30pm
Find forbidden treasures, flesh eating blue mist, shape shifting witches, and cave dwelling elves. Expect to experience the unexpected and legendary tales from the Colorado Rockies brought to life through shadow puppetry, dance, acting, moving visuals,and original scores.
Lost Walks Performs Blood Lantern – 6/25 at 9:45pm
Blood Lantern by Lost Walks includes elements of music, movement, conservation and storytelling. This provocative production was dubbed a “gothic, rock-opera full of whimsical emotion.” Lost Walks is rooted in music, movement, collaboration, and conservation. Partnering with wildlife organizations, the band works to raise awareness, empathy, and action toward protecting wolves and returning them to Colorado.