Join us November 2nd, Noche de la Muertos, for this historic holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, around the world in other cultures, and continued in Colorado Springs for this Third Annual~ Dia de los Muertos!
“Like an Appalachian tent revival performing a Day of the Dead Ceremony in the year 2500, Itchy-O’s live performances have become infamous for a kind of digital spirituality – a bone shaking sensory experience of complex instrumentation and feverish exigency.”
Josiah Hesse, Westword
MOONHONEY GYPSY TANGO CABARET
A Latin ensemble offering an eclectic mixture of performance art. Stylistically drawing from Flamenco, Eastern European Gypsy, Classical, Jazz, Latin American, and Rock ‘n’ Roll music. Against a backdrop of provocative imagery they sing, dance, and recite original compositions that are stirring and sensual, primal but sophisticated, complex yet accessible. Each of the members are singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalists— and, above all, consummate entertainers.
The wonderful and unique dome building now known as Stargazers Theatre and Event Center was originally built in 1969 as a United Artist Cinema 150 Cinerama Theater. Designed by the fascinating architect, Vincent G. Rainey, Stargazers is one of the few remaining examples of his work of that time period.