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Documentary: American Bear
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 7 p.m.

 Sarah and Greg set out to critically explore American culture, compassion, and fear by relying on the kindness of strangers for a home each night. Traveling through 30 states in 60 days, they spend every day in a new town, learning why people may or may not be willing to open their homes.

American Bear captures Americans yearning for face-to-face connections and navigating the risks inherent in sharing their stories with strangers. Each character’s voice tells a unique story: from the daughter of the last warrior woman of the Cheyenne nation whose grandson still faces bigotry in Montana; to the single mother in Oklahoma rebuilding a relationship with her mother after a history of drug abuse; to young friends in Chicago finding new ways to articulate what modern segregation looks like; each character is facing obstacles that share a unique side of the multifaceted post-9/11 American identity.

 At times funny, heartbreaking, and inspirational, these individual stories reflect the daily choices we make to trust, to confide, to care for, and to sympathize. How do we develop relationships and navigate the barriers in society and in ourselves to actually form connections? While American Bear and its characters suggest some answers, the film offers many more questions, encouraging the viewer to take their own journey of reflection and discovery.


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    Boulder Chamber Boulder Chamber Orchestra
Mother Nature
Friday, May 06, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
$35 - $5
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Chloe Trevor, Violin Great music inspired by Mother Nature! Join us on Mothers Day to Celebrate a homage to her! Program:
     Pavane Op. 50 TCHAIKOVSKY Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major, Op. 35.
     Symphony No. 6, in F, Op. 68, “Pastoral”

    Childrens Chorale Boulder Children's Chorale
Singing With a Swing!
Saturday, May 07, 2016, 4 p.m.
$12 - $4
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American Folk and Jazz featuring guest artist Ralphie’s Ramblers Be prepared to snap your fingers and tap your toes as the choirs of The Boulder Children’s Chorale welcome a very talented group CU jazz professors in celebrating Americana. With classics from Irving Berlin and Duke Ellington you won’t want to miss this energetic and uplifting concert.

    phamaly Phamaly Theatre Company
Red Riding Hood
Sunday, May 08, 2016, 1 p.m.
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303.365.0005 / 1.800.838.3006

Phamaly Theatre Company presents a humorous and heartwarming musical based on the beloved children's story. Siblings Bridget and Stephen are sleeping over their grandmother's house. When neither of them can sleep, they decide to act out their favorite story. With the things found in the attic and clothes from an old wardrobe, what's real and what's imagined begins to blur until the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down! This is a one-hour musical perfect for children up to 14 years old. Group discounts are available for Groups of 10+. You can purchase these online or by calling the Phamaly office at 303-365-0005 x3.
Red Riding Hood is presented through special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences.

    CFA Colorado Fine Arts Association
SAYUJYA – a collaboration of music and dance
Sunday, May 15, 2016, 3 p.m
Tickets vary per membership
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Stalwarts, Kalaimamani Priyadarsini Govind and Vidwan TM Krishna, unparalleled stars in their respective fields are coming together to perform their masterpiece ‘Saayujya’. According to Vidwan Krishna , “It is only to bring together the essential core elements of Bharatanatyam and Carnatic music in their individual forms and to mesh together as a programme..”, Priyadarsini describes this as “Music is the life that flows through dance… There is innate music in dance and there is inherent dancein music. ..Understanding the music present in the dance through the eyes of a musician enhances the experience of the dance. ” CFAA is fortunate to have hosted Krishna in 2011 and Priyadarsini in 2012. So, to celebrate the successful completion of 5 years of CFAA in its current form, expect an earth shattering performance that changes the dimension of your classical fine arts experience.

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