DENVER, CO - Wildfire is a standout dramatic performance discovered by Colorado writer Jessica Kahkoska honoring the adaptability of the Colorado people group, enlivened by genuine stories from the October 2020 East Troublesome Fire in Grand County, CO.
The story behind the wild fire performance itself is the lives of eight people in Grand County as they have to deal with the danger of an out of control fire. To make this show sound extravagant, Colorado artists such as Cary Morin, Chimney Choir, Daniel Rodriguez, Elephant Revival, Gregory Alan Isakov and SHEL will compose the score.
"Wild Fire is a deeply moving Colorado story that demonstrates the strength of a community that came together to support and overcome a tragedy," stated Chris Coleman.
Furthermore, DCPA is cooperating with History Colorado to have two memory studios on June 19 and June 29 as a component of History Colorado's Museum of Memory Initiative.
Past memory studios caught the oral accounts utilized in the making of Wild Fire. Members in approaching studios are welcome to contribute their own encounters with fierce blazes to Colorado's true noteworthy record, and hear the tales of others.
History Colorado additionally welcomes all local area individuals to present their own accounts of living with a fierce blaze through an online structure.
Wildfire will be set to have a show at Levitt Pavilion Denver (Aug. 16 at 7pm), Dillon Amphitheater (Aug. 18 at 7pm), Rendezvous Event Center at Hideaway Park in Winter Park (Aug. 20 at 7pm) and The Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park in Grand Junction (Aug. 22 at 7pm).
Likewise, DCPA is presenting 1,500 free passes to firemen across the four exhibitions, which will be dispersed by means of a lottery.
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