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Wednesday, August 25


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Denver's performing arts companies will require masking and proof of vaccination starting October 1.

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The new health and safety rules, announced Wednesday for all resident companies at the city-owned Denver Performing Arts Complex, follow the cancellation of national tours and tightening of restrictions at local concerts and music festivals by promoters and venue owners at every level.

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The guidelines are as follows:

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That means patrons ages 12 and older wishing to attend performances of the Colorado Ballet, the Colorado Symphony, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and Opera Colorado will be required to show proof that they’ve been fully vaccinated against the novel coronavirus. DCPA officials said they are currently determining the process to verify vaccine information.

 

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A review of the Battery Dance Festival by Carla Escoda for Bachtrack.

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Three markedly different works shared a quiet beauty. Jerome Robbins’ Rondo, built on an economy of steps that breathe and float and glide, was performed with unaffected grace by New York Theatre Ballet’s Giulia Faria and Amanda Treiber. Marc Brew chose a majestic score by Ólafur Arnalds for Od:yssey, set on Dancing Wheels, a company of dancers with and without disabilities. 

 

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Ballet San Angelo seeks artists to colloborate on a project for Nutcracker season.

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Ballet San Angelo will be pairing its Nutcracker Orchestra musicians with visual artists to create a unique art show/sale to run in conjunction with its newest production of the Nutcracker, according to a Facebook post.

 

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