We are a high-end dinner theater...one stop shopping for date night. A $6 million dollar facility built from the ground up to be a dinner theater, we present Broadway musicals and a great meal all in a very luxurious setting.
Currently under the melodious machinations of music director Wes Kenney, the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra has unleashed carefully crafted chords on eager-eared Coloradans for more than six decades. Aided by prize-winning piano pounder and international performer Lei Wang, in "Masterworks #4: Bravura, Brilliance & Brahms" the symphony's talented tunesmiths present a three-part orchestral examination of works by Alberto Ginastera, Sergei Prokofiev, and Johannes Brahms.
Sylvia Chan loved painting when she was a child, but the only formal training she received was in high-school art classes and while studying fashion design. Her love for the art stayed with her later in life, though, and she eventually founded Picasso and Wine, creating a supportive, stress-free environment where guests could exercise their passion for painting while getting guidance from local artists. These highly social art parties remain open to any skill level, and the studio provides all the paints, canvases, and brushes. Each session presents attendees with an original work—such as a city skyline or a fall landscape—and tasks them with creating a faithful rendition of the piece while using sips of wine, beer, or gourmet tea to jump-start their creative impulses. The instructors offer helpful tips for capturing the light or painting anti-theft symbols into the background, and they allow partygoers to take their pieces home afterward.