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EVERGREEN, CO (Jan. 1, 2015) – The Evergreen Players and Theatre Esprit Asia present Spirit and Sworded Treks, an astounding one-woman show performed and directed by Maria Cheng, for one weekend only, Jan. 16-18, 2015, at Center Stage in Evergreen. In Spirit and Sworded Treks, which won the People’s Choice Award at the 2014 Colorado Theater Festival, Cheng weaves tai-ji forms, storytelling, stir-fry cooking and stand-up comedy in a tour de force addressing the struggles of following a spiritual path. Cheng is the co-founder of Theatre Esprit Asia, Denver's first Asian-American theater company.
Dates and Times
January 16 - 18, 2015
Friday / Saturday at 7:30 pm; Sunday at 2:00 pm
Center Stage, 27608 Fireweed Dr., Evergreen, CO 80439
Seniors (60 and up) and Students $16
Youth (12 and under) $10
Family 4-pack (2 adults, 2 youth) $50
Group discounts available
Buy tickets online at www.evergreenplayers.org, or call the Evergreen Players Box Office at (303) 674-4934.
About The Evergreen Players
The Evergreen Players are an award-winning nonprofit theatre company that produces six shows per year at Center Stage in Evergreen, CO, half an hour west of Denver in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Offerings range from classics to regional premieres, comedies to musicals to dramas. The Evergreen Players involve professionals and amateur volunteers of all ages and walks of life, on stage and behind the scenes. Their EPiC Improv Troupe presents completely original, unscripted improv comedy shows several times a year. The Players also offer Youth Drama Camp for children age 5-18, as well as The Tribe improv group for teenagers. The Evergreen Players' website is www.evergreenplayers.org.
About Theatre Esprit Asia (TEA)
The mission of Theatre Esprit Asia is threefold:
· To give voice to Asian American narratives that address the contemporary human condition in areas of love, family, identity and immigration issues of racism, sexism, classism and cultural assimilation.
· To provide performance opportunities and nurture the growth of Colorado and US Asian American actors, directors and playwrights.
· To promote community and understanding amongst the Asian American sectors and between it and other indigenous groups through theatre productions and other shared projects, particularly in areas of education and social justice.
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