The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has a new home for TheatreWorks, the Galleries of Contemporary Art, the Visual and Performing Arts school, musical performances and stage events. This February also marks the beginning of the Artist Series — a finely curated collection of world-class music, dance and live performances.
The 92,000 square-foot arts complex features four performing arts halls and one visual contemporary arts gallery.
A few of the premiering events at the Ent Center for the Arts include: an all-new body of work by multidimensional artist Floyd D. Tunson inside the Gallery of Contemporary Art from February 1 - April 15; an electrifying dance performance by New York-based dance company Keigwin + Company inside the Shockley-Zalabak Theatre on Saturday, February 10; the classic, but re-imagined musical production of Oklahoma! inside the new Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theatre from February 15 - March 11; and a classical solo performance by world-renowned pianist Seong-Jin Cho on Wednesday, February 28th inside the Chapman Foundations Recital Hall.
The Ent Center for the Arts is at 5225 N. Nevada Ave.,, on the campus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. To reserve tickets or preview listings of upcoming events, visit uccspresents.org.