Passport: Yesterado

Passport: Yesterado

Stories of Colorado When It Was Young

By Real Live Theater, Produced by Buntport Theater

Sunday, February 21, 2016
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Yesterado is the imaginative and fun way to learn Colorado history! Based on various newspaper clippings from the 1890s, you’ll meet Jack Langrishe and Marietta Ravel - late 19th century performers eager to usher you back in time to see Colorado history as you never have before! Pulled from the pulp of the newspapers of the time, this sharp, fun slice of showmanship uses stories of con man Soapy Smith, socialite Molly Brown, and cyclist Dora Rinehart to create a living, breathing portrait of our state when it was still cutting its teeth.

Passport to Culture is a program specifically designed for children and families to experience arts and culture outside the classroom and inside a world of imagination through performances that foster the growth of visual and performing arts, science, and cultural understanding in our community. Each child receives a Passport at his/her first show and will get stickers at each performance to fill it with - after 8 stickers are collected, the child receives a free ticket to the next Passport event.