Life|Art Dance Ensemble presents Out of Context
What happens when you take dancers off the stage and an audience out of their seats and swirl them together with live music in an urban winery, an upscale brewpub and a forward-thinking church? There’s no way to know until it happens! To be a part of this audacious experiment, pick a venue, grab your tickets, and prepare to be unprepared for the outcome of your evening (or day)!
Charitable non-profit Life|Art Dance Ensemble is offering three plum opportunities this November, 2016, to experience Out of Context. On Saturday, Nov. 5, the scene will be set at Denver’s Bonacquisti Wine Company at 7:30 pm. Interested parties may enjoy a complimentary glass of wine after the show! Saturday, Nov. 12, will see the (ADA accessible) Rackhouse Pub, also in Denver, host the fun at 10:30 am (a complimentary beverage is included with your ticket), and the last chance to join in occurs 7:30 pm Saturday, Nov. 19, at the King of Kings Lutheran Church in Arvada.
Jane E. Werle: At three months of age Jane E. Werle, unable to protest, was removed from Loveland, Colorado by her well-meaning parents. In 2004 she was able to rectify this error when she relocated from Massachusetts to Boulder for graduate school. One M.F.A. and a husband later, Jane works to further the arts in the Front Range as a writer (reviewer, interviewer, curator) and enthusiast (no-shame, first-on-the-floor amateur– despite some training– dancer). Jane is also a longtime nanny and a visual artist, taking one of these very seriously and the other as a growth experience. Every child she’s cared for has experienced some form of the SDP: Spontaneous Dance Party.