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Summit County arts & entertainment briefs

Daily News staff report

The small and artsy Speakeasy Movie Theatre, 103 S. Harris St. in Breckenridge, reopens for the season tonight with “Flight” starring two-time Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington. “This plays like a good old-fashioned drama – a morality play that questions the role of fate, choice and God,” Karin Litzmann writes. “It’s a courtroom drama and a sad love story; it’s nail-bitingly suspenseful, emotionally intense and the plane crash scenes are among the best ever filmed.” Next up, next week is “The Hobbit.” Info: (970) 453-7243.

Harmony Health Massage continues its free winter wellness series (donations accepted for local charity) tonight at 7:30 p.m. with a workshop by Inanna Hall on Sai Maa Diksha, a hands-on technique centering on the flow of light that is geared toward accelerating awakening. On Monday at 7:30 p.m., Cynthia Gardener O’Neill presents a series of true stories “that will radically shift the way you look at health and disease forever.” To register or find out about additional workshops (held Mondays and Fridays), visit Events take place at Meta Yoga Studios, 118 S. Ridge St. (upper level) in Breckenridge.

The Breckenridge Arts Experience, a comprehensive weekend schedule of events, activities, classes and specials borne of the monthly 2nd Saturday Gallery Walk, starts today and runs through Sunday. Visit for the schedule.

The Backstage Theatre KidsPlay program presents two free workshops for children ages 7-14. On Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, join Mackenzie Paulsen from Denver Center Theatre Academy for a puppet-making workshop. Participants will make a puppet and develop a play around it. The workshop is free, plus a $5 materials fee. Next weekend, on Dec. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon, join master clown/juggler Brian Landis Folkins for a free juggling workshop. Both instructors are featured in the current production, “A Christmas Carol,” by the Backstage Theatre. Workshops are held at the Breckenridge Theatre, 121 S. Ridge St. in Breck. Advanced registration is recommended; call (970) 453-0199.

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