Open Stage Night was great at Bookcliffs Art Center in Rifle |

Open Stage Night was great at Bookcliffs Art Center in Rifle

Barry Andersen entertained the audience at the Boomtown Players’ Open Stage Night at the Bookcliffs Council on Arts and Humanities house in Rifle on Friday, Jan. 24.
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Open Stage Night was great

The Boomtown Players would like to thank all the artists and audience members who made the Friday, Jan. 24, Open Stage Night a success.

We’ve always suspected a lot of performing arts talent was hiding in this valley and it was evident that evening, watching writers, actors, singers, musicians, and comedians from Rifle, Silt and New Castle. The audience laughed, cried and cheered.

Open Stage is open to any performing artist or writer. It’s a great opportunity to share your work in front of an attentive and respectful crowd, build confidence, test new material and network with other artists in our community. We are proud to partner with the Bookcliffs Art Center this year to make this a regular event. The next one is scheduled for March 21.

Skye Sieber


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