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Denver meets the masters: Iconic artworks arrive at the Denver Art Museum

Guest curator Dean Sobel invites Denver to ‘fasten their seatbelts’ and go see the Denver Art Museum’s new exhibition Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Gallery. The exhibition is running until June 8, but the section at the Clyfford Still Museum (CSM) will be running until June 15. Your ticket from the DAM gives you free admission at the CSM and you do not have to go to the two exhibitions on the same day.

Shout Out: Redefining Realness

Janet Mock, previous editor at People.com and author of Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love and So Much More tells her story with courage, and it is courage that has led her through her whole life.

All in plain sight

Stranger by the Lake, a French gay drama written and directed by Alain Guiraudie, depicts a love triangle that develops at a cruising area and turns into a murder investigation.

Denver ‘takes a chance’ on ‘Mamma Mia’

Although the songs originally became popular in the mid to late 70s, Swedish pop band ABBA’s hits still make their way into people’s headphones today. The timeless quality of their 22 hit songs that the musical ‘Mamma Mia’ uses to get audiences out of their seats and dancing.

‘Evita’ lights up the Buell

The curtain opened at the Buell Theater on Jan. 15 to mourners dressed in black and holding votive candles. People fall to their knees in their grief as they sing their “Requiem” to Evita. There is one man who questions her leadership, Che played by Tony Award nominee and strong vocalist Josh Young, wanders around the people telling them that when ‘the smoke from the funeral clears we’re all going to see how she did nothing for years.’

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