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Diavolo Dance Company

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From: January 21 2016 @ 7:30 pm
To: January 21 2016 @ 9:30 pm

WHERE: University of Colorado Boulder Macky Auditorium

Presented by Artist Series. Equal parts Cirque de Soleil, brilliant choreography and “architecture in motion,” Diavolo turns death-defying dancers free in super-sized playground of wheels, bowls and walls in a unique display of kinetic drama.

“The Winter’s Tale” by William Shakespeare

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From: January 27 2016 @ 7:30 pm
To: January 27 2016 @ 9:30 pm

WHERE: University of Colorado Boulder

By William Shakespeare Directed by Lynn Nichols A sad tale’s best for winter. Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” is about rediscovering life. It’s about sleeping through the most important moments, then waking up to realize the loss. The king condemns his wife, casts off his newborn baby, and then – only when his family is gone – he realizes what he’s done. At the beginning of the play, the young prince says to his mother, “a sad tale’s best for winter.” Ultimately, he learns that it’s “sad tales” that often bring us to our senses, stirring our sleeping minds.

“The Winter’s Tale” by William Shakespeare

WHEN
From: January 28 2016 @ 7:30 pm
To: January 28 2016 @ 9:30 pm

WHERE: University of Colorado Boulder

By William Shakespeare Directed by Lynn Nichols A sad tale’s best for winter. Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” is about rediscovering life. It’s about sleeping through the most important moments, then waking up to realize the loss. The king condemns his wife, casts off his newborn baby, and then – only when his family is gone – he realizes what he’s done. At the beginning of the play, the young prince says to his mother, “a sad tale’s best for winter.” Ultimately, he learns that it’s “sad tales” that often bring us to our senses, stirring our sleeping minds.

“The Winter’s Tale” by William Shakespeare

WHEN
From: January 29 2016 @ 7:30 pm
To: January 29 2016 @ 9:30 pm

WHERE: University of Colorado Boulder

By William Shakespeare Directed by Lynn Nichols A sad tale’s best for winter. Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” is about rediscovering life. It’s about sleeping through the most important moments, then waking up to realize the loss. The king condemns his wife, casts off his newborn baby, and then – only when his family is gone – he realizes what he’s done. At the beginning of the play, the young prince says to his mother, “a sad tale’s best for winter.” Ultimately, he learns that it’s “sad tales” that often bring us to our senses, stirring our sleeping minds.

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