Lone Tree Arts Center
10075 Commons St. Lone Tree CO 80124   www.lonetreeartscenter.org
Contact: Marcus E. Turner, Associate Executive Director for External Relations
marcus.turner@cityoflonetree.com  |  720.509.1145
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February at Lone Tree Arts Center Sees Diverse Lineup 
of Tap Dance, Jazz, Acrobatics, Doo Wop and More
February 3, 2023 - LONE TREE, CO – This February, the Lone Tree Arts Center presents a wide variety of events including concerts with internationally renowned artists alongside special programs for seniors, children, and people with disabilities. 
With a leading-edge venue located just south of downtown Denver and the Denver Tech Center, audiences can experience a diverse range of artists right in their own backyard.  
To learn more about these events, visit lonetreeartscenter.org.  
Main Stage Events
Events on the Lone Tree Main Stage run the gamut of popular artforms and showcase the artistry of different cultures.
February 4 – Chicago Tap Theatre:  the uniquely American dance form is highlighted by some of the top artists in the country dancing to everything from Duke Ellington to David Bowie.
February 8 – Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents:  Songs We Love:  The New York jazz powerhouse’s program explores the first 50 years of jazz song with vocal performances of Ma Rainey, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and more. 
February 10 – Peking Acrobats Featuring the Shanghai Circus:  Remarkable skill, dexterity, and artistry mark the incredible performances of Peking Acrobats as they push the envelope of human possibility.
February 11 – International Guitar Night:  A ubiquitous instrument in popular music, the guitar’s flexibility is highlighted with a roster of award-winning artists performing Flamenco, jazz, and contemporary styles.
February 17 – The Doo Wop Project:  A bevvy of Broadway stars make up this charismatic quintet as they apply a distinctive sound to classic songs while also putting their own spin on contemporary hits.
February 24 – The Hammersteins: A Musical Family:  With songs from Showboat to Oklahoma, this concert focuses on the name that changed Broadway forever and created an enduring family legacy.  
Community Impact Programs
A staple of the Lone Tree Arts Center’s programming, these events provide arts experiences designed for specific groups.  
February 13 - SPARK! Creates:  Valentine’s Day: For people experiencing mild memory loss, early-stage Alzheimers, or other dementia, the SPARK! program provides a creative outlet and engages the mind. In this special session, Dr. Rebecca Chopp, Chancellor Emerita of the University of Denver, leads a holiday-themed session of painting and community-building.
February 14 - Seedlings:  Top Hogs:  In this program for young children and their parents, talented pigs perform tricks under the direction of John Vincent.  
February 15-16 – The Lightning Thief:  Adapted from the beloved young adult novel, this performance by TheatreWorks USA engages the young and the young at heart in a captivating story of Greek Gods, stolen lightning bolts, and the quest to restore balance.
February 19 – Passport to Culture:  Doctor Noize: The Doctor is in!  In this energetic performance for children, Doctor Noize arranges music live and lights the spark of creation in kids by inspiring them to create their own soundtracks.
February 19 – Sensory Friendly Performance:  Doctor Noize:  In this special presentation, Doctor Noize’s performance will be modified to create a performance that is relaxed and friendly by removing startling noises and overstimulating lights. 
February 22 – Arts in the Afternoon:  Fantasies and Romances with Phillip Stevens and Betsy Schwarm:  The Arts in the Afternoon series features an hour-long, accessible performance that provides context around the performance.  In this concert, the performers will play and discuss the sounds of romance in classical music.
February 23 – SPARK! Alliance:  Commissioners’ Choice:  Using pieces from the current Commissioners’ Choice Gallery Exhibition, people experiencing mild memory loss as well as their caregivers will participate in an interactive discussion about the visual arts and the process of creating works.  
To learn more about these programs or the artists performing, please visit www.lonetreeartscenter.org.   To request interviews with artists or obtain assets for publication, please contact Marcus E. Turner, Associate Executive Director for External Relations at marcus.turner@cityoflonetree.com.  
About the Lone Tree Arts Center
Owned and operated by the City of Lone Tree, LTAC has created a dynamic model for the performing arts in both presenting and producing performances for all ages. In addition to producing our own theatrical shows, LTAC presents world-renowned national and international artists, and collaborates with premier Colorado performing arts companies to present their productions in Lone Tree.  The Lone Tree Arts Center is supported by Colorado Creative Industries, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the residents who support SCFD.  
The City of Lone Tree is an innovative, thriving, business-friendly, and family-oriented suburb located at the foot of the Rockies. Our 14,000 residents enjoy world-class cultural and recreational amenities both within Lone Tree and through easy access to the surrounding region. Learn more about the City of Lone Tree at www.cityoflonetree.com.