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    MAT Premiers presents Heather Harpham in “Happiness”

    Presented by Millibo Art Theatre at Millibo Art Theatre

    January 24 - January 27, 2013


    MAT Premiers presents Heather Harpham in “Happiness”

    An exhilarating evening of highly kinetic theater, “Happiness” distills the emotional marathon of caring for a perilously sick child into a lyrical narrative that rides the razor thin, vertigo-inducing edge of pathos and humor. Swerving into ethereal landscapes, where mother, child, and doctors morph into characters at a cocktail party in Purgatory, “Happiness” illuminates the accidental grace and punishing wisdom of hospital life as they sear through one child's dream of wellness.

    “…a beautiful physicality that incorporates song, gesture and dance.”

    Heather Harpham has been teaching improvisation for over 10 years and is a Senior Teacher of Action Theater. Her most recent solo theater piece, Happiness, was selected for the One Woman Standing Festival in 2008. She has performed dance and theater work at venues throughout New York City including Dance Theater Workshop, Judson Church, Dixon Place, One Dream Theater, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange. Heather holds an MA and an MFA, in theater and creative writing respectively, from New York University.

    Millibo Art Theatre

    1626 South Tejon Street
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 80905

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    Admission Info:

    Thursday tickets $15, All other tickets $20. Group discounts available. For tickets and reservations call 719-465-6321 or go to The Box Office opens one hour prior to show time.

    Phone: 719-465-6321


    Parking is available at the MAT lot in front of the building. Parking is also available next door at Ivywild School

    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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