DENVER (CBS4) –Denver Arts Week starts tomorrow with a huge list of things to do. 400 of them. Kim Robards of Kim Robards Dance joined CBS4 This Morning to talk about unique performances for dance fans.
“We bring fantastic performances, educational outreach and dance instruction to Denver, Aurora, a five county region, statewide, nationally and internationally,” Kim Robards told CBS Denver’s Alan Gionet.
They’ve been sharing dance and culture for 31 years.
Kim Robards Dance will be in residence at The Hangar at Stanley Marketplace during Denver Arts Week. “Soaring to New Heights” residency will be a behind-the-scenes look into the creative process of a professional modern dance company. The company will hold open hours from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, November 5th through Friday, November 9th, except on Thursday, November 8th, when they’ll be gone for a performance in the afternoon.
“We bring fantastic performances, educational outreach and dance instruction to Denver, Aurora, a five-county region, statewide, nationally and international,” Roberts told CBS4.
LINK: Kim Robards Dance
Members of the public are welcome to stop-by and watch the company’s rehearsal and choreography processes. There will be question-and-answer sessions with Artistic Director/Choreographer Kim Robards. It’s free for adults and children.
“We will be bringing up close and personal rehearsals to anyone from the general public who wants to walk into the hangar and see the amazing athleticism of our dancers. They get to see the creative process happening right before the eyes,” Roberts said. “So many people will buy tickets to see the final product but they don’t really get the opportunity to see the creative process happening.”
Denver Arts Week runs from November 2nd through November 10th, and is a celebration of all things arts in the city. There are nearly 400 events happening during Denver Arts Week.
LINK: Denver Arts Week