Art Guffaw: "I Was a Mime"

On September 27, 2010 By

It’s day 6 of the fund drive, and the Manitou Art Theater’s Babette and Art Guffaw reflect on the importance of KRCC to their relationship.

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Theatre ‘d Art’s Jonathan Margheim & Brian Mann Embettered by KRCC

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There been a huge resurgence of interest in the legacy of inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla in recent years. Locally, renewed interest has been sparked by this year’s “All Pikes Peak Reads” on the theme of “Innovation” and the fact that Tesla conducted some of his most ambitious experiments in Colorado Springs in 1899.

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Colorado Springs native Jim Lewis attended Cheyenne Mountain High School then went on to Colorado College to study history and philosophy and eventually became a Broadway book writer. He’s nominated for a Tony Award for his book Fela! about the great Nigerian singer Fela Kuti. Kathryn Eastburn spoke with Lewis by phone.

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As we hope you already know, the musical “This Beautiful City” by New York City-based theater company The Civilians returns to Colorado Springs this Friday in special concert version, Saturday and Sunday for its three final performances.

The even better news is that TICKETS ARE FREE, but seating is limited. (more […]

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