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Pictures from various Rocky Mountain Revels shows and events
The 2013 Christmas Revels, set in a grand manor house in 1926, spins the story of a magnificent home, a remarkable family legacy, and the mystery surrounding it.
The 2012 Christmas Revels indulges in the rich tapestry of Appalachian culture in the mid-1800s.
It's a late December afternoon in Florence, circa 1500, and the famous inventor and artist Leonardo da Vinci has issued invitations to an evening of festivities. Nobles are arriving from across Italy to see what surprises await.
This was the Tenth anniversary show for Rocky Mountain Revels.
The 2009 Christmas Revels was filled with echoes of the celebration and ritual with which the Celts marked the end of the old year and the beginning of the new. The Celtic Roads script encompassed Irish, Scottish, Welsh, and even Breton traditions.
This original show celebrated the Colorado pioneer, in commemoration of the 150th birthday celebrations of towns along the front range.
In our pioneer story, we followed a traveler who left his eastern roots and headed west to find great adventures in the Rocky Mountains.
Rocky Mountain Revels
and the Timberliners Barbershop Chorus
took the stage together to celebrate Colorado summertime in the historic Boulder Chautauqua Auditorium
. The audience enjoyed and sang along with favorite songs and dances dating from the 1890s when the Chautauqua auditorium was brand new!
This show celebrated the splendid traditions and history of faire Ireland, circa 1890. The production took place on the docks of Cobh in County Cork, where tens of thousands of Irshmen, women, and children boarded ships heading to the New World. The hardships of this uncertain journey were softened by the joy of their national songs and dances.
Celebrates the breathtaking sounds of 18th century Scotland, which echo from over the hills and through the centuries into our hearts and minds today. Lairds and ladies represented the refined elements of Scotland, while the wild highlanders and the more civilized lowlanders all worked together to make a fascinating mixture of culture and arts.