Fine Arts

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Mar 312004
 
Authors: Amy Tolley

Clown Box Comedy Improvisation, presented in collaboration with

the CSU Theatre Department, is a production composed of two

improvisation teams of exuberant actors who take audience

suggestions and turn them into hilarious scenes.

Considered a late night treat, Clown Box takes place on the

first Thursday of every month at the Bas Bleu Theatre from 10:30

p.m. to midnight. All seats are $5, but reservations are

recommended as shows regularly sell out.

For those seeking a thrill, the play “Communicating Doors” is a

cross between “Psycho” and “Back to the Future.” This production is

a frantic carnival of time travel, suspense and humor.

The play runs April 3 through May 1. Evening performances are at

the Lincoln Center on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. There are also

2 p.m. matinees on April 18, 24 and 25.

Mozart is considered one of the most brilliant and versatile

composers ever and those wanting to participate in the Austrian’s

love for music are invited to “Mozart and Meditations.”

This concert will feature a performance of Mozart’s “Grand Mass

in C Minor.” Additional selections by Norwegian composer F.M.

Christiansen and American composer Gwyneth Walker, as well as a

joyful spiritual by Moses Hogan, will be performed.

The concert is presented by the Larimer Chorale of Fort Collins,

with orchestra on Sunday. The performance will be held at 7 p.m. in

the Lincoln Center performance hall. Tickets are $16 for adults and

$14 for students and seniors.

Tomorrow, the Rhythm Company encourages individuals and groups

to get out and enjoy some rhythmic movement to a variety of

beats.

The Rhythm Company will be hosting and providing the music for a

social dance night this Friday at the Masonic Lodge. Come and dance

to a variety of music such as waltz, salsa, polka, swing, tango and

more.

The Rhythm Company sponsors this event on the first and third

Fridays of each month. The event goes from 8:30 to 11 p.m. and

costs $3 at the door.

Fanatics for good pictures can get a glimpse of photos taken

from Argentina to the Rocky Mountains. The pieces are done in black

and white, sepia tone and color.

“Tierra y Cielo (Earth and Sky)” is a collection by photographer

Kerry Wilson. The work will be presented in Gallery 233 tomorrow

during the first Friday Old Town Gallery Walk.

The exhibit will continue through March 26. The regular gallery

hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

Bas Bleu Theatre

970-498-8949

The Lincoln Center

970-221-6730

The Rhythm Company

970-498-0798

Gallery 233

970-484-7500

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