Broomshticks Improv Group is dedicated to sharing all the silliness, whimsy, and belly-laughing possible with Broomfield and
surrounding communities! Formed in 2016 as an outgrowth of Broomfield Community Players, Broomshticks has grown over the past
two years and is proud to be stepping out as a focused program of BCAH to provide free improvisational acting programs, ticketed events in local venues, and performance opportunities in the greater metro area. The core leadership and performance group of Broomshticks is designated by invitation and is currently comprised of four key members: Dayna Scott, Mary Wilkie, Les Seabolt, and Kelsey Satalino with seasonal inspiration by Hsing-Ay Hsu and other guest performers.
Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities Presents Broomshticks in "April Foolishness: An Afternoon of Improv and Comedy"
Sunday, April 7, 2019 | 2 p.m.
Broomfield Auditorium: 3 Community Rd.
Do you love the TV show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Then you'll love April Foolishness! Join us for an afternoon of comedic shenanigans, featuring three improv groups: the Broomshticks, Red Shirt Landing Party, and Left Right TIM. We'll take your suggestions—however zany they may be—and turn them into improvisational comedy on the spot. You won't want to miss it! Tickets will be sold at the door: $10 for adults and $5 for 18 and under
Doors open at 1:30 p.m.; show will be PG-ish, so families are welcome!
Open-play Improv at Wonderland
Open-play Improv is FREE and open to all experience levels (ages 16+). Come say "Yes, and..." from 6:45-8:45 p.m. in the
private meeting room at Wonderland Brewing in Broomfield on the first Wednesday of every month.
Join us for a laugh and a brew!
BFP, a new program of Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities, is coordinated by Heather Doran, who began her film career creating props for the Disney movie 10 Things I Hate About You before becoming a Location Scout and Manager on films including Life or Something Like It starring Angelina Jolie and Solaris starring George Clooney. Most recently she was a Location Scout on Amateur, a basketball story filmed here in Colorado and released in April on Netflix. Heather is excited to bring film viewing events to the Broomfield community and to offer unique opportunities for residents and non-residents alike to learn about filmmakers and the film-making process.
Colorado Shorts: Documentaries
May 18, 2019 | 7 p.m
Broomfield Auditorium: 3 Community Park Road
Purchase tickets online or at the door
Ages 13 and up
Enjoy 6 short documentary films from the 2018 Denver Film Festival featuring the work of Colorado filmmakers. Colorado Shorts: Documentaries is presented by the Broomfield Film Project, a program of the Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities. There will be a raffle for 2 free tickets to the upcoming narrative short film program scheduled for Summer 2019, and snacks and drinks available for purchase.
The year of 2016 was the premiere of BCAH’s Broomfield Community Players (BCP), a theatrical group for those 16 years and older. Community input indicated a desire for an adult theatrical group. BCP has produced The Importance of Being Earnest, Plaza Suite, and Death Trap.
Check back for details about upcoming performances.
ANNUAL SUMMER SUNDAY SERIES
ASTER Women's Chamber Choir is a small (18-20 voice) women's ensemble in Broomfield, which frequently performs at the Broomfield Auditorium and in other local locations. ASTER is an open and affirming organization. We welcome women of all ages, ethnicities, religious and sexual orientations. We have kept our members' dues to a minimum so that women of all economic backgrounds will be able to join. Also, we have provided financial assistance to women who cannot afford to purchase our concert attire and provided stipends to women who needed assistance to pay for childcare while they are attended rehearsals. The meaning of the name "ASTER" comes from The Meaning of Flowers in which Gretchen Scoble wrote: “Asters speak of the tiny beginnings from which all great things proceed.”
Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities Presents ASTER Women’s Chamber Choir in Women of the Great American Songbook
March 16 | 2 p.m.
Broomfield Auditorium: 3 Community Rd.
This concert has something for everyone! In addition to girl group tunes Java Jive, Mister Sandman, and Heebie Jeebies along with Tin Pan Alley favorites I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, On the Sunny Side of the Street, and You Oughta Be in Pictures, ASTER includes music not typically associated with “The Great American Songbook.” Audience members will hear lullabies, courting songs, and hymns traditionally sung by Navajo and Appalachian women, like I Gave My Love a Cherry and Down to the River to Pray. Whether it was Dorothy Fields writing snappy lyrics, women singing while they worked and worshipped or sister acts entertaining the troops and those at home, American women have made a great contribution to the history of American music. Come join us and bring a friend!
Tickets: Adults $12, students and seniors $8
Purchase tickets online at https://ASTERGreatAmericanSongbook.BrownPaperTickets.com or at the door.
Appropriate for ages 7 and older.
The Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities presents and supports diverse programming to enrich the community of Broomfield. This page is dedicated to those programs which BCAH presents or of which BCAH is proud to be a partner. Events are listed in alphabetical order.
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