As we don't at present provide theater reviews (versus show previews), I'd like to briefly comment on my own experience at Friday, Dec. 5's peformance of The Lying Kind.
Firstly, cheers to Murray Ross and the Theatreworks board for bringing this show. Secondly, cheers to the wonderful cast that pulled it off with only one major costume/prop malfunction, that when played off in character, proved even funnier to the scene. Great save.
It's a wickedly brilliant script that sustains consistent humor throughout. I've yet to hear as much loud laughter at any other performance I've caught in town.
Awesome article! I'm a big fan of this artist, having seen her work at Cottonwood Artists' School. Thanks for sharing her story and her amazing art with the community.
I was a student of Eric Bransby the first year he taught at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He was a hero at the time because I loved figure drawing. He taught me to focus on structure where before I concentrated on the gesture. He was a great encouragement to me in getting my MFA. Great teachers are to be appreciated and Eric Bransby was a great teacher as well as a great muralist and printmaker.
I was completely blown away and awed by the Floyd Tunson piece that is hanging in the lobby of the FAC. It is beautiful and spectacular.
On Seven Days to Live, not many people know which is strange, but on Saturday April 19th from 10-5 there is the Annual Scout Show at the Phil Long Expo Center.
There is over 14000 local volunteers and youth scouts (both male 6-20yrs old and female 14-20 yrs old that are involved in outdoor and community based leadership activities throughout the Pikes Peak region)
There will be an expo of scout units and scouting activities to include a Native American Dance team from the Order of the Arrow, Mountain Boarding and Mountain Biking, Arts and Crafts, Pioneering Projects including a monkey bridge, BB guns and Archery shooting, and much more.
The admission is free so come check out the Annual Scout Show at the Phil Long Expo Center Saturday April 19th 10-5.
Thank you for your kind words about our music. Its good to know that what we doing is reaching people and they are taking notice. Hope to see you around.
-Our Funeral Forgotten-
Kirsten, Sandra's comment, "it's easy to fall into the victimization of being a woman and expecting somebody to come along and pick up the pieces" struck a cord with me. I fell into that trap early in life and went through hell and back because of it. If anyone else has experienced this, I recommend reading "Riding Through It", a memoir I wrote about how I victimized myself from my early teens through the age of 30. I want to share this experience so that other women won't do it!!! It can be found on Amazon.com. Thanks for the article on Miz B, who seems to have taken control of her life quite nicely! -Carol McKibben
Interested in The Pride Center's OutWord Writing Group. I'll tell my friends on http://www.biloves.com about this and ask them to join together.
Although I didn't submit the following in time for regular publication, you will find this event of interest........
Ron Williams: fitness and personal coach, a professor of exercise physiology and nutrition, and Natural Body Builder of the Decade. Sat., Jan. 5, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. This event is for everyone, male or female, couch potatoes who would like to reform, those who have already achieved their desired levels of fitness, fitness and weight-management professionals, etc. This all-day seminar is an incredible value at only $39.95 (54.95 per couple) for a full day with a world-renowned fitness professional! Reservations: 719-459-3729 or email email@example.com.
Sarah is a lovely person who paints even more lovely pictures! Denver misses her dearly.
Scotland misses Sarah like crazy. We wish her and her family a very merry Christmas, a hoot of a Hogmany and look forward to her visits to The Highlands.
Really an amazing poet: one of those secretly famous kinds that hit the nail on the head without making a fuss. Versatile and funny, too, thank god. We all need more humor.
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