These days, you’ll often find Off-Center, the pioneering theater program, putting on site-specific shows at off-campus locations. For its latest, The Wild Party, the Hangar at Stanley in Stanley Marketplace will serve as a portal to the past for what the company describes as a 360-degree immersive musical set in the Roaring Twenties. You can begin your audience participation by arriving in period costume (though it’s not required), but it won’t stop there: Some things that happen during the course of the night might include the offering of cocktails, moving around and, well, participating in some degree of staged debauchery. Directed by Amanda Berg Wilson with choreography by Patrick Mueller, The Wild Party opens at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 11, at Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas Street in Aurora, and runs through October 31; for dates, times and tickets, starting at $45, visit wildpartydenver.com.
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