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Delight in Shakespeare’s sitcom

June 13, 2024

The ֱ Shakespeare Festival’s “Merry Wives of Windsor” leans into classic TV comedies. The production will run July 6 to Aug. 11 in the Roe Green Theatre.

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Get your Shakespeare on with ‘Macbeth’ June 8–Aug. 11

May 23, 2024

When three witches deliver a prophecy in three parts to General Macbeth, he faces a choice: Should he let destiny take its course or conspire with his wife to pursue fortune’s favor on his own?

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So you think you know ‘Macbeth’

May 10, 2024

In the 2024 ֱ Shakespeare Festival production of “Macbeth,” Wendy Franz seeks to excavate the original meaning from cultural iconography. See for yourself June 9–Aug. 11.

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With ‘doubleheader’ Sundays, savor 2 plays in 1 day

April 15, 2024

This summer, ֱ Shakespeare Festival fans will have four opportunities to see two of the season’s main plays on a single day, “Macbeth” and “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”

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Asleep at the Wheel—with the ֱ Symphony Orchestra April 5

March 20, 2024

Austin-based Asleep at the Wheel is a staple of the American roots music landscape, charting across four consecutive decades. The band will soon swing by Macky Auditorium for what’s sure to be a stirring show.

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Persevering Legacy event March 7 to promote diversity in performance

March 1, 2024

Persevering Legacy will showcase the talents of more than a dozen undergraduate and graduate students in a celebration of women-identifying composers from around the world.

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‘Titanic’ to explore human side of one of history’s most famous tragedies

Feb. 29, 2024

Even though “Titanic: The Musical” bears the name of one of history’s most famous ships in its title, it’s really a story about people. Join the College of Music’s Musical Theatre and Eklund Opera programs March 15–17.

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‘Anonymous’ Feb. 16–25 fuses the ancient and the contemporary

Feb. 8, 2024

Cecilia Pang, professor and associate chair of theater, says the drama transforms the ancient text of “The Odyssey” into a pressing treatise regarding the plight of modern refugees across the world.

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Faculty Tuesdays bring wondrous performances to attendees—for free

Jan. 26, 2024

This semester’s Faculty Tuesdays brings performances celebrating the legendary Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim, underrepresented composers and more.

ֱ Boulder Holiday Concert in Macky Auditorium

Delight in ֱ Boulder’s Holiday Festival Dec. 8–10

Nov. 17, 2023

Be immersed in the comfort and joy of twinkling lights, seasonal greenery and beautiful music at ֱ Boulder’s Holiday Festival, an enchanting annual tradition for all ages.

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