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The Heirs of Hogwarts: An Improvised Adventure

The Heirs of Hogwarts: An Improvised Adventure

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The Heirs of Hogwarts: An Improvised Adventure
Event on 2012-11-10 20:00:00
Send out your owls! Hogwarts has been rebuilt and Rose Weasley, Albus Potter, and Scorpius Malfoy are all excited for a magical year at Hogwarts. Voldemort has been destroyed, there surely is no evil left to threaten the Heirs of Hogwarts… or is there?

“Heirs of Hogwarts: An Improvised Adventure” plays every Satuday at 8:00 P.M. Tickets are . Bovine Metropolis Theater is located at 1527 Champa Street in the heart of the Denver Theatre District. The Bovine is an improv organization that teaches and performs theatrical improvisation, the art of accepting the unknown gracefully. For tickets and more information about Bovine Metropolis Theater, call 303-758-4722 or visit their web site at www.bovinemetropolis.com

at Bovine Metropolis Theater
1527 Champa Street
Denver, United States

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The Denver Art Museum, a private, non-profit museum, is known for its collection of American Indian art. Its impressive collection of more than 68,000 works includes pieces from around the world including modern and contemporary art, European and American painting and sculpture, and pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial art. The museum was originally founded in 1893 as the Denver Artists Club. In 1918, it moved into galleries in the Denver City and County Building, and became the Denver Art Museum.

In 1971, the museum opened what is now known as the North Building, designed by Italian architect Gio Ponti and Denver-based James Sudler Associates. The seven-story structure, 210,000-square-foot building allowed the museum to display its collections under one roof for the first time. The Frederic C. Hamilton Building, designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind and Denver firm Davis Partnership Architects, opened on October 7, 2006 to accommodate the Denver Art Museum’s growing collections and programs.


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