In a time-bending magical drama, three closely related Americans, each nursing a hunger and a hard-to-heal wound, travel to the romantic city of Venice seeking solace.
Written by three-time Pulitzer nominee James Still, Appoggiatura follows three closely related Americans, each nursing a hunger and a hard-to-heal wound, as they travel to the romantic city of Venice seeking solace. As time bends and magic beckons around the corner, this favorite of the Colorado New Play Summit weaves a quirky and lyrical narrative exploring love, loss and the human soul.
Presented by The Joan and Phill Berger Charitable Fun
Producing Partners Terry & Noel Hefty, Diana & Mike Kinsey, Karolynn Lestrud Special thanks to the Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust for its continued support of new play development at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts. DOWNLOAD PROGRAM DOWNLOAD STUDY GUIDE
Free Event | Free Parking | Tattered Cover, 2526 E. Colfax Ave. Bring your lunch and join our DCPA actors, playwrights and directors for an in-depth discussion about the creation and development of their work, focusing on Appoggiatura. Moderated by John Moore, former Denver Post theatre critic.