Athena Project Arts Festival Presents Plays In Progress: The Golden Hour by Elizabeth Nelson
Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM
The Black Box Theatre at Johnson-McFarlane Hall at University of Denver
1903 East Iliff Avenue, Denver CO 80208
In The Golden Hour, a play with music, Michael and Elana are reunited after a ten-year absence. Over the course of the evening, they relive their past and imagine a future, dreaming into existence a life that might have been while living what is and moving toward what inevitably will be. Touching on themes of love, sex, and grief, The Golden Hour explores the intersections of time, sound, words, and movement. At the end of the play, a four-hands piano duet, which has been played in parts throughout, is performed, linking together the stories and theatrical elements experienced over the course of the play. Where: The Black Box Theatre at Johnson-McFarlane Hall at University of Denver, 1903 East Iliff Avenue, Denver, CO 80208 Date & Time: Saturday, March 24 at 7pm and Friday, March 30 at 7pm Website: http://www.athenaprojectarts.org/plays-in-progress/ Cost: $13 About the Festival March ushers in a month long celebration of women in the arts during the 6th Annual Athena Project Arts Festival from March 3-31, 2018. Experience a Weekend of Music at Swallow Hill, World Dance, Girls Create Celebration, Plays In Progress Series, panel discussions and workshops. We are pleased to offer free and donation only entrance to some events. New this year pricing is as follows: Tickets range from FREE to $35 for a PIP Series Pass that gets you into to all three plays + Table Reading + Concert Reading + both Panel Discussions. About Athena Project Athena Project is a professional group of artists dedicated to supporting and expanding women's artistic contributions to the Denver stage and the wider community. Athena envisions a world where women’s voices are powerfully expressed and recognized for artistic merit in the community. Athena Project's mission is to empower women and strengthen the Denver community through developing and showcasing women and girls' artistic contributions, while inviting new audiences into the creative process. Each Spring, Athena Project produces an Arts Festival that includes theatre, dance and music highlighting the contributions of women artists. In the Fall, we produce a Premiere Production which is selected from one of the plays workshopped during the Festival. Girls Create, is our summer intensive where we highlight various art forms in a week long camp culminating in a final performance to be shared with friends, family, and the public. This program empowers girls to lead and effect change in themselves and others through creative learning. Rounding out our annual events are Pop Up music, dance, fashion and theatre performances around the city as well as Visual Art Shows.