This thriftonista is living “La Vie Boheme” as a working actress, here in Denver. Her artistic being is reflected in all aspects of her life, including her fashion sense. Elgin’s low rise black cords and sky blue knit top play peek-a-boo with the black panther tattoo on her hip. To finish the look, Elgin ties a floral scarf in her hair, perhaps a subtle reference to the equally free-spirited flower children 1967. Her look is attention getting and attractive, yet simple enough to allow Elgin’s own, natural beauty to draw your eye. Elgin Kelley has delighted audiences at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and the many other fine theatres Denver has to offer. You can catch this Bohemian beauty next in David Mamet’s drama, Oleanna, playing now through April 19th at The Avenue Theatre, located at 417 17th Ave. Wishing you all peace, love and happiness this weekend!
Directed by Denver favorite, Nicolas Sugar, Oleanna is an intense, engaging drama that pits a college professor against a student who has accused him of sexual misconduct. For tickets, call The Avenue Theatre at 303.321.5925.
- Steven J. Burge