Briefs for April 2
April 1, 2004
‘Cabaret Gets Political’ tickets
Tickets for “Cabaret Gets Political” are on sale to the public at the Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St., or by calling 879-9008. The show is almost sold out. Tables (for Thursday’s show only) are $150. Tickets for the Friday and Saturday performances are $20.
Kids program registration
Registration begins April 13 for the Summer Arts Immersion Program for Kids, sponsored by Robin Getter’s School of Rhythms and Dance, Children’s Danceworks, Steamboat Springs Arts Council’s Kaleidoscope program and Strings in the Mountains. The program is open to children ages 6 to 16. Students will be creating a production of music and dance based on the arts and culture of Guinea, West Africa. They will make the sets, costumes and musical instruments for the production. The Immersion Program begins June 21 and continues through July 13. Call 870-9977.
Enter to be in fine-art exhibit
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is seeking entries for SummerArt 2004, a multimedia juried fine-art exhibit and sale to be held July 8 through Sept. 5. A complete prospectus can be downloaded at http://www.steamboatspringsarts.com/callforartists.html.