Fourteen different dance companies and artists will "converge" on the stage on October 13th and 14th at Parsons Theatre in Northglenn... It’s the best deal in town and you won't want to miss it! This annual production, hosted by Life/Art Dance, will feature performances by Animus Movement, Authentic: Grooves, Bl!nk Modern Dance Company, Front Range Contemporary Ballet Company, Kshitija C Saturdekar, Life/Art Dance Ensemble, Mercury Dance Company, Messengerz Dance, Nathan Bala and Laura Malpass, Rocky Mountain Rhythm, Rodrigo Fernandez, Rushe Dance Project, and Sole Merger with Radical Love Movement.
See the awesome variety that the Colorado dance scene has to offer!
October 13, 2023
October 14, 2023
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Life/Art Dance Ensemble and Rocky Mountain Rhythm partner this October to bring you an eerie delight! Encounter ghostly apparitions and creepy characters as you move through this mysterious immersive experience. It’s a perfect way to get ready for the spooky time of year, so join us on October 27, 28, and 29 for a special tour of the night!
When purchasing tickets, please select your desired 30-minute timeframe:
Timeslot #1 is 7-7:30pm on Oct 27 & 28 and 2-2:30pm on Oct 29.
Timeslot #2 is 7:30-8pm on Oct 27 & 28 and 2:30-3pm on Oct 29.
Timeslot #3 is 8-8:30pm on Oct 27 & 28 and 3-3:30pm on Oct 29.
Timeslot #4 is 8:30-9pm on Oct 27 & 28 and 3:30-4pm on Oct 29.
Special Notes - PLEASE READ to be best prepared!
The audience will not be asked to participate in any way - only to walk with us, observe, experience, and react.
Each tour is about 20-25 minutes in length and will be on foot.
Tours will run every 15 minutes. If, for example, you purchase a ticket for the 7pm hour, your tour will run some time between 7 and 7:30pm. If you are late, it is possible that you may be asked to join a tour in the next timeslot. Entertainment and drinks will be available in the lobby while you wait.
The Experience is ADA accessible, but please let your host know in advance if you need to use the elevators.
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Life/Art Dance Ensemble creates and provides professional dance and music to Denver Metro communities through artistic collaboration, positive outreach, and education.
Life/Art Dance Ensemble received 501(c)3 status in March of 2009. The company was created, in part, to provide low-income senior citizens along the Front Range with the opportunity to experience live professional dance performances. This program, entitled Cultural Experiences for Seniors, has reached over 1,700 seniors since its inception. In 2010, the company began producing its own annual contemporary dance performances, collaborating with other artists to produce unique experiences in dance. Of note, Life/Art was approached in 2012 by composer Russell Podgorsek, who was eager to collaborate with professional dancers for an original piece. The resulting complete work from this collaboration was later accepted into the GAMMA-UT New Music Showcase at the University of Texas at Austin. This collaboration opened the door to many other fruitful connections, and Life/Art now creates two annual collaborative contemporary productions.
Life/Art has also been invited to perform in productions and at events throughout the state and abroad. Notable guest performances include the Denver Art Museum’s Dance on the Plaza event in 2016, the Botanic Garden’s SCFD Showcase (2016 - 2018), the City of Denver’s October 3rd, 2017 press conference, and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s DioramART exhibit for 2017’s “Night at the Museum,” as well as their 2018 "Dia del Nino." Life/Art was also represented at the Dairy Arts Center’s Women in Classical Music Soundscape concert, and in Prague at the American Music Festival in collaboration with Stratus Chamber Orchestra. In May of 2017, the Director of Life/Art was
recognized as a 7everyday Hero.
In 2014, Life/Art collaborated with a videographer and a composer to create its first
dance film. In 2015, Life/Art created a first of its kind dance film festival, entitled “Life in
Motion: A Colorado Dance Film Festival,” catering to local Colorado film artists who
work with movement and dance for the camera. Please visit our press page for downloadable promotional photos.
We, at Life/Art Dance Ensemble, believe access to professional arts is essential for all, and that through our work in outreach, education, and collaboration, we ensure all voices are heard and amplified. Dancers, board members, volunteers, audiences, and venues all play a role as we work to acknowledge our differences and unique perspectives. We continue to reflect, discuss, learn, and challenge ourselves to create inclusive experiences for all backgrounds, including race, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexual orientation, culture, language, religion, disability status, and age.