Theatre Aspen receives 25 Henry Award Nominations

June 26, 2016

THEATRE ASPEN NETS 25 HENRY AWARD NOMINATIONS CABARET AND OTHER DESERT CITIES MOST-NOMINATED SHOWS Aspen, Colorado (June 21, 2016) Theatre Aspen announced today that the organization has received twenty-five nominations for the Colorado Theatre Guild (CTG) Henry Awards, for their 2015 summer season, which included Cabaret (by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff), Peter and...

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Dancing Queens: ‘Mamma Mia!’ opens Theatre Aspen season

June 23, 2016

Dancing Queens: 'Mamma Mia!' opens Theatre Aspen season If ever there’s been a time we’ve needed a disco-tinged dose of musical theater escapism, the tumultuous summer of 2016 and the all-consuming frenzy of the presidential election season is it. So Theatre Aspen is taking a chance on “Mamma...

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Fantastic Mr. Fox - Day Four

June 16, 2016

Today, we continued what we have been doing the past couple of days, but we had a little more focus on the showcase. We have finished the whole dance to "What Does The Fox Say" and have begun really working on our Fox stoy. Not only did the campers create the story, but...

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Theatre Aspen Announces 2016 Casting

June 16, 2016

Theatre Aspen Sets Casting for MAMMA MIA! & More Theatre Aspen announced casting for the organization's upcoming season of summer shows, which includes MAMMA MIA!, Buyer & Cellar and Dear Edwina. The repertory season will open June 24th with the global megahit MAMMA MIA!, with the largest cast ever presented on the...

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Fantastic Mr. Fox - Day Three

June 15, 2016

On our third day of camp, we played one of their favriote games, Principal. It includes acting, watching and the very coveted position of the door opener. After various fun games, we listened to some of the Fantastic Mr. Fox story and then created our own story to perform on Friday. Also, we...

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Fantastic Mr. Fox - Second Day

June 14, 2016

On the second day of camp, we begain bulding our skills by playing high energy games in which the students added their own flare by creating new parts to the game. Not only did they add to the game, but there were many students that participated with all of their effort. One game...

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Most Anticipated Summer Arts Events of 2016

June 14, 2016

ASPEN TIMES: MOST ANTICIPATED SUMMER ARTS EVENTS OF 2016 A lot of summer getaway destinations have found a niche in the arts — Tanglewood for classical music, for instance, or Jacob’s Pillow for dance. But where else except Aspen could you, on any given summer day, see world-class contemporary art and have...

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Fantastic Mr. Fox

June 13, 2016

I feel as though we had an excellent first day of Fantastic Mr. Fox because of the great learning that the kids did as well as all the close friends they have made. We begain the day by learning everybodys name and the way we did that was attaching the name of a...

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The Age Old Question

June 9, 2016

Aspen Times: The Age Old Question When the Aspen Music Festival and School board of trustees began discussing strategies for bringing younger audiences to its concerts a few years ago, president and CEO Alan Fletcher asked facetiously, “By younger patrons, does that mean under 70?” The Music Festival’s summer...

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Cabaret shines spotlight on teens

May 7, 2016

Most theater productions have a couple of stars and an ensemble that backs them up. Theatre Aspen School’s Spring Cabaret is quite the opposite — on purpose. “The goal of this production is to give all the actors an equal chance to be onstage,” director Alie Walsh said. &ldquo...

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