Dylan Gebbia-Richards

Echo, Fall 2017

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Dylan Gebbia-Richards

Little Women

November 17, Monfort Concert Hall

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UNC Opera Theatre: Little Women

A Midsummer Night's Dream

November 16 – 19

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Art and Design

Dylan Gebbia-Richards: Echo

On view in Mariani Gallery: August 21 - December 11, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 24, 4-8pm in Mariani Gallery
Artist Talk: Thursday, October 12, 5pm in Guggenheim Hall, Room 001

Echo is comprised of a twenty-eight-by-eighteen-foot oval room with sloped, tide-like walls. Inspired by a crashing wave, the walls’ upward curves will not be identical at any one point. Echo will completely encompass the viewer in a life-size, textured painting made from 4,128 pounds of melted wax and vibrant pigment. Gebbia-Richards’ proprietary process allows for him to carefully drip and build layers upon layers of controlled chaos. The artist’s three-dimensional paintings oscillate between exceptional technique and awe-inspiring unpredictability. 

Dylan Gebbia-Richards received his BFA in Painting and his BA in Art History at the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2015. Gebbia-Richards has exhibited widely in the Denver and Boulder areas having been included in exhibitions at the Denver International Airport, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, and David B. Smith Gallery. He has also shown in Connecticut and New York. 

This site-specific installation and residency is made possible by generous support from KAMA Pigments and Lowes of Greeley.

Andrew Bablo & Pat Milbery

On view in Crabbe Hall Lobby: August 24, 2017 - Ongoing
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 24, 4-8pm

The lobby of Crabbe Hall, which contains our Oak Room Gallery and studios, will be a blank slate for duo Andrew Bablo and Pat Milbery to tackle this August. This east coast/west coast collaboration will result in a site-specific, immersive mural that will greet visitors and students entering the building. Riffing off of the classic, oak interior paneling of the Oak Room Gallery, Bablo and Milbery plan to incorporate a contemporary design that unexpectedly compliments the more traditional characteristics of the gallery.  

From design to production, Andrew Bablo builds, crafts and experiments through the use of various media. Seeing no boundaries or limitations, he loves to work interactively, large-scale and in the eye of the public. Bablo started his career in branded and licensed apparel design, working with major league sports teams across the country. He spent years creating garments for several retail brands including Reebok and ’47. Later, Bablo collaborated with the industry’s top artists, athletes and brands as the former Editor-in-Chief of Steez Magazine. Over the course of nine years and 35 issues, Bablo grew the magazine from a black and white photocopier to a major publication, distributing throughout thousands of major newsstands such as Barnes & Noble in the U.S. and Canada. In 2015, Bablo founded Steez Design, bringing his artistic background to the commercial design world. Bablo graduated from Montserrat College of Art in 2007 with a Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design. Currently residing north of Boston, he works as an artist, designer and entrepreneur.

Pat Milbery is, above all, a creative collaborator, as well known for the large-scale murals he's created alongside some of the most prominent street and graffiti artists in the world as he is for the playful photo shoots and video parts he's participated in as a pro snowboarder. His vivid street art collaborations adorn the walls of dozens of boutiques, breweries, residences, bars, and other businesses in Denver, around the Rocky Mountains, across the country and around the globe, and he's helped curate and create major art installation projects for brands including the Ford Motor Company, X Games, Budweiser, Zumiez, Loveland Ski Area, Wahoo Fish Tacos, and Pabst Blue Ribbon. He has shared snowboard contest podiums with the likes of Shaun White and Travis Rice, and the Snowboard Camp Tour he founded to make freestyle riding more accessible to kids is now entering its second decade. He's also the co-owner of So-Gnar, an umbrella collective responsible for the Snowboard Camp Tour, the So-Gnar streetwear and apparel line he helps design, and the Shredded Beats hip-hop concert series he promotes. He's equally proud of his Minnesota roots and his 17 years of Colorado transplant status, and splits his time between Denver and Golden and wherever his van full of snowboard gear and aerosol cans take him.

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Sept 7

Euridice Alvarez, oboe

Milne Auditorium, 8pm

Sept 13

UNC Trumpet Faculty Recital

Hensel Phelps Theatre, 7:30pm

Sept 20

Jazz in the Garden

UNC Garden Theater, 11am

Sept 25

Sept 27

University Symphony Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Sept 30

Jazz Lab I at OktoBREWfest

Lincoln Park, TBD

Oct 2

Oct 3

University Bands

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Oct 4

URSA Early Music Concert

First Congregational Church, 7:30pm

Oct 6

UNC Day of Music

Across Northern Colorado, All Day

Oct 9-10

Jazz Combo Concerts

Joe Molina Gallery, 7pm

Oct 13-14

Oct 15

Oct 17

UNC Bands Small Ensembles Concert

Hensel Phelps Theatre, 7:30pm

Oct 24

UNC Choirs

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Oct 25

Jazz Big Bands

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Oct 31

UNC Percussion Ensemble

Foundation Hall, 7:30pm

Nov 1

UNC Trombone Choir

TBD, 7:30pm

Nov 2-4

Western States Honor Orchestra Festival

Union Colony Civic Center, All Day

Nov 2

University Symphony Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Nov 7

Vocal Jazz Ensembles

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Nov 9

University Bands

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Nov 10-11

UNC Trombone Festival

Union Colony Civic Center, All Day

Nov 13

Nov 17

UNC Opera Theatre with the GPO: Little Women

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Nov 19

UNC Chamber Choir Concert

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Nov 20

Nov 28

Chamber Music Marathon

Milne Auditorium, 6:30pm

Dec 1

URSA Early Music Concert

TBD, 7pm

Dec 3

UNC Choirs Holiday Concert

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Opera Theatre

Chamber Opera & Opera Scenes Fringe Festival
Malcolm Williamson’s The Happy Prince
and Rachel Portman’s The Little Prince

October 13-14, 7:30pm

October 15, 2pm

Langworthy Theatre

A double-bill of short operas based on children’s fables:  The Happy Prince based on a story by Oscar Wilde, and The Little Prince based on the popular illustrated story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

Little Women by Mark Adamo

with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra

Friday, November 17, 7:30pm

Monfort Hall

Based on Louisa May Alcott’s sensational story of sisters coming of age and finding themselves in a changing world, UNC Opera Theatre partners with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra for one performance only of Mark Adamo’s debut opera; Opera America lists it as the most performed American opera of the 20th century.


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2017-18 Productions

The Boy Friend

Norton Theatre

September 21 to October 1

Set against the backdrop of the French Riviera, this romantic spoof of 1920s musical comedies tells the story of Polly, an English heiress, who is longing for a boy friend. Though her father forbids her from engaging potential suitors, love winds its way charmingly through nearly every member of the cast before bringing them all to a happy ending.

Rated PG

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Legacy of Light

Norton Theatre

November 2–12

Legacy of Light follows the lives of two women scientists, living hundreds of years apart, as they explore the meaning of love, motherhood, family, art, and science in this contemporary comedy. The plot juxtaposes the stories of 2 women: an 18th-century mathematician/scientist and a 21st-century American physicist.

Rated PG-13

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Langworthy Theatre

November 16–19

Our modern take on this classic will transport audiences to the enchanted rain forest during Carnival, where fairies live in trees, and lines are blurred between fairies, musicians, and a noble lord and lady. We follow the interwoven storylines of four young lovers, a troupe of madcap auto mechanics turned actors, and the fairies, who toy with all their fates.

Rated PG-13

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Little Women

with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall

November 17

 Based on Louisa May Alcott’s sensational story of sisters coming of age and finding themselves in a changing world, UNC Opera Theatre partners with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra for one performance only of Mark Adamo’s debut opera, Little Women. Opera America lists it as the most performed American opera of the 20th century.

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2018 Spring Dance Concert

Langworthy Theatre

February 1–4

Celebrate an old fashioned barn raising/wedding and delight in a colorful set of Commedia Dell’Arte clowns as the School of Theatre Arts and Dance in collaboration with the School of Music presents an evening of dance, featuring two very special one acts, Copland's Appalachian Spring and Stravinsky's Pulcinella.

Rated PG

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Jesus Christ Superstar

Langworthy Theatre

February 28 to March 4

A timeless work that has wowed audiences for over 40 years, this rock opera is set against the backdrop of an extraordinary and universally known series of events, which is viewed through the unusual lens of Judas Iscariot. Loosely based on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, Jesus Christ Superstar follows the last week of Jesus' life.

Rated PG-13

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 Hot l Baltimore

Norton Theatre

March 29 to April 8

The scene is the lobby of a rundown hotel so seedy that it has lost the "e" from its marquee. As the action unfolds, the residents, ranging from young to old and from the defiant to the resigned, meet and talk and interact with each other during the course of one day. The drama is of passing events in their lives, everyday encounters, and the human comedy.

Rated R

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Der Freischütz

with the University Symphony Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall

April 13 & 15

A masterpiece of German romantic opera, this work is presented in three acts, with dialogue in the singspiel tradition.  With stark emotional conflict and breathtaking elements of the supernatural, Der Freischütz is a wild ride of sweeping music and tense drama.

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The Crucible

Langworthy Theatre

April 19–22

 The story focuses on a young farmer, his wife, and a young servant-girl who maliciously causes the wife's arrest for witchcraft. The farmer brings the girl to court to admit the lie—and it is here that the monstrous course of bigotry and deceit is terrifyingly depicted. The farmer, along with a host of other such victims, finds himself also accused of witchcraft. 

Rated PG-13

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Theatre for Young Audiences

Tomás and the Library Lady

District 6 Schools

April 2018

Unable to read English, Tomás, a migrant boy, is terrified of school. When his family heads North for the harvest, he finds a refuge that may help ease his fears—the library. The compassionate Library Lady introduces Tomás to the fun and magic found in the pages of a good book.

Rated G


Student Productions

CHAOS Improv Theatre

Friday, October 20th, 10pm
Moxi Theater 


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C Mariani Gallery in Guggenheim Hall, 8th Ave at 18th St Get Directions

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