Saturday, September 12

Showtime: 8:00 PM

Chautauqua Auditorium

$35.00 ($32.00 Concert Member), $18.00 children under 10

As Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble launches its 45th Anniversary Season, this world-renowned company will present works that encompass their richly diverse history, including the emotionally evocative “Levee Blues” by choreographic legend Donald McKayle, the Ensemble’s exhilarating signature work “Raindance” by Milton Myers, the brilliantly cutting edge “Free?” by Renee Harris, and the uplifting “To My Father’s House” from one of Cleo Parker Robinson’s most honored works “Spiritual Suite”.

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD) is a Denver-based cultural arts institution established in 1970. The organization is comprised of a professional dance ensemble, year-round dance academy, a 300-seat theatre and education services. CPRD programs come together to create an oasis where a varied population – by gender, race, age and ethnicity – gather to study, share, grow, celebrate and appreciate a modern, cross-cultural approach to community and personal development. Today, CPRD represents one of the largest arts institutions in the Rocky Mountain region serving more 60,000 people each year.