“Englewood Live” arrives in Hampden Hall with a varied menu of family entertainment, from 6-9 p.m. on March 8, organized by longtime Englewood resident Joe Fleenor, who announced the following:
• 6 p.m. the Museum of Outdoor Arts indoor …
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• 6 p.m. the Museum of Outdoor Arts indoor gallery and the ticket booth open.
• The MOA will also remain open at intermission with its exhibit of “Urban Abstract,” works by Patricia Aaron and Chandler Romeo. “Extreme Ice Survey,” photos by James Balog, is in the Atrium.
• 6 p.m. Dances with Wool gives spinning demonstrations in the atrium before the show and at intermission.
• A demonstration of skills will also be offered by the Freedom Service Dogs organization, which will benefit from a portion of the evening’s proceeds.
• 7 p.m. show starts, featuring: Littleton Dance Academy’s excerpts from “Alice in Wonderland.” Fairy tale ballets are a specialty with this group.
• A reading of ”The Great Imaginator,” a new play by Kevin McCarthy — one of seven short plays that comprise “Strange Stories.” It’s a tale about a wingnut inventor and his exasperated wife who go back in time to try to fix their relationship, revisiting past failures such as the kamikaze damselfly, Briefcase of Hopelessness, car alarm bazooka. McCarthy, aka Locuto, the Imaginist, is a dramatist, poet and Colorado native with several projects in progress.
• Rich Hopkins, 2013 Tall Tale Champion of Toastmasters District 26, presents his winning “It’s Gotta Be the Shoes.”
• Storyteller Joe Fleenor will share two stories: “A String of Pearls,” about fatherhood and “Missouri Meanderings,” about a 1,300-mile trip in 1981 on the Missouri River with four friends.
• The program will close with an interview about/with Freedom Service Dogs, an Englewood-based organization.
“Englewood Live” will run from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, March 8 on the second floor of Englewood’s Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway, at Hampden Hall, the Museum of Outdoor Art’s indoor gallery and in the Atrium.
Tickets cost $8 for those 12 and older and are for children 11 and under. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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