theatre Performances(303) 450-8800 for tickets
All performances held in the D.L. Parsons eatre at the Northglenn Recreation Cente , 11801 Community Center Drive, Northglenn.
ickets may be purchased in person at the eatre or by calling 303-450-8800. Group rates (for 10+) are available by calling 303-252- FUNN(3866).Visit us online at www.dlparsonstheatre.org. ese performances are appropriate for a wide range of audience members. Please read the descriptions for more specific information. All shows are general admission.
Missoula Childrens’ eatre presents
ritten and Conceived by im Caron Music ritten and Arranged by Michael McGill Additional Music by Don Collins Additional Dialogue by eff Hall Original Staging by im Caron An original adaptation of the classic fairy tale. A new princess is born, and from far and wide the people of the kingdom gather to celebrate. One simple mistake is made– an invitation is misplaced–and the wrath of the vicious Scarella falls upon the poor infant in the form of a spell. Over 500 years later, Sleeping Beauty wakes to find herself in a Rock ‘n Roll dream! is is definitely no sleeper.
Performances: Jan. 22 at 3 and 7 p.m. Tickets: $6.50 students/seniors, $7.50 adults
M a g i c a l M o r n i n g s
Space ime presents
I Want to be an Astronaut
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
Top O’The Morning with Beth Epley
One of our favorite performers is back, this time telling tales all about the blarney! Beth is a national touring artist, affection- ately dubbed the “Quintesential Queen of Comedy.” Her fun show features comedy, stories, and interactive songs on the guitar.
is show is great for young audiences!
ursda , March 17
10 a.m. $3.75
Northglenn outh eatre presents Roger’s and Hammerstein’s
The Sound of Music
Music by RICHARD RODGERS Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II Book by HO ARD LINDSAY and RUSSEL CROUSE Suggested by “e Story of the rapp Family Singers Presented through special arrangement with R & H eatricals: www.rnhteatricals.com e final collaboration between Rodgers & Hammerstein was destined to become the world’s most beloved musical. When a postulant proves too high-spirited for the religious life, she is dispatched to serve as governess for the seven children of a wid- owed naval Captain. e motion picture version remains the most popular movie musical of all time. ”
Performances: April 1, 2, 8 & 9 at 7 p.m. April 3 & 10 at 2 p.m. April 6 & 7 at 10 a.m.
Tickets: $6.50 students/seniors, $7.50 adults
Seating is limited. To purchase tickets, call 303.450.8800 or stop by the Recreation Center.
Seniors! See page 29 for information about lunch and e Sound of Music on Wednesda , April 6.
3rd Law Dance
Kids get to see and feel what it is like to train for launching into space and exploring the planets, moons, comets, and asteroids of our Solar System. ey will learn about the programs and facilities that NASA uses to get astronauts ready for space travel, figure out how to design their own space missions, see what strolling on another planet is like with our Micro Gravity Boots, experience a simulated rocket launch, and more.
ursda , January 27
10 a.m. $3.75
Celebrate Black Arts Month!
The Black Hand Drum Ensemble
D.L. Parsons eatre is thrilled to welcome back the very popular group, the Black Hand Drum Ensemble! is national touring group honors the Black experience using African Drums, dancing, songs and stories from Africa as well as Plantation Spirituals from the United States. What a great way to excite your senses and expand your knowledge.
ursda , February 17
10 a.m. $3.75
is innovative, unique and exciting dance
company will surprise and mesmerize you with their beautiful imagery, dramatic soundscapes, imaginative costumes, and engaging narration. Based out of Boulder, Colorado, this group has performed all over the Rocky Mountain region including the Denver Botanic Gardens and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. A visual feast you don’t want to miss!
ursda , May 5
10 a.m. $3.75