Comedy and conservation collide in Lake Dillon Theatre Company’s latest cabaret
The Lake Dillon Theatre Company Hosts Sonya Meyer in Conservation, Comedy & Song in “A Day of Sky: A Cabaret for Climate Change”
This weekend the public is invited to an intimate theatrical performance that’s entertaining and educational. As part of their ongoing cabaret series, Lake Dillon Theatre Company premieres “A Day of Sky: A Cabaret for Climate Change” on Saturday.
Featuring Sonya Meyer, “A Day of Sky” combines her passions for the outdoors and musical theater as both an artist and ski instructor at Aspen Snowmass. It blends personal storytelling about her deep connection to the wilderness and popular songs of resistance and inspiration by the Beatles, Paul Simon, Queen, Joni Mitchell and others.
“For me, even as someone who cares about climate change and wants to help and support these organizations, it’s hard to know what is actually being done and what I can actually do to get involved,” said Meyer in a press release. “I’ve been fortunate to be on such an amazing journey and am so passionate about music.”
Meyer most recently performed with LDTC during their 2016 “New York New Year’s Eve” celebration. She was also seen as Melody in “Bad Jews.”
Performances will take place in the Henry Studio Theatre in the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets range from $14.50–¬$41.50. Visit LakeDillonTheatre.org to purchase.
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