Playbill: Three Plays and Performances to See in Denver This Week
Performances traditional -- and untraditional -- set the stage this week, from an impromptu dance in an art gallery to the revival of a chilling, tried-and-true tale. Here's what you'll find this week on late-summer stages.
Animal Farm opens Friday at Germinal Stage.
Heather Doyle-Maier: Dancing in Bo(u)nd
6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 20
You go to a gallery expecting to see art, and you will definitely do that at Emmanuel Gallery, where Heather Doyle-Maier's painstaking installation Bo(u)nd, a kind of book that unfolds in raggedy bedsheets and tender eggshells across the room, is currently on view. But tonight only, choreographer/dancers Tara Rynders, Katherine Wagner and Jacob Tyler will interact with the piece during a closing reception. Bo(u)nd continues through Friday.
Continue reading for more of this week's performance options.