Yesterado: Stories of Colorado When It Was Young

Presented by Buntport Theater Company, Denver CO

THIS SHOW HAS TWO PERFORMANCES:

MONDAY APRIL 9 OR TUESDAY APRIL 10, 10:00AM - CLICK HERE FOR TIX

MONDAY APRIL 9 OR TUESDAY APRIL 1012:30PM CLICK HERE FOR TIX

Recommended for Grades 3 - 5

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 highlights 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.

Curriculum Connections:  Colorado history, social studies, geography, lawlessness, surviving nature’s challenges, the changing roles of women, social hierarchy

If you are interested in signing up a school group, please use the request form HERE.  All booking requests, contact stars@vvf.org.

For more information on this performance visit www.buntport.com


The STARS  series is underwritten by Pat and Pete Frechette and supported in part by funding from United Way of Eagle River Valley.  Additional support provided by Anonymous, Eagle Valley Community Fund, Susan & Harry Frampton, the Forrest & Frances Lattner Foundation, The Precourt Foundation, Ann Smead & Michael Byram, the Vilar Guild and the Soros Charitable Fund.