Sperry S. and Ella Graber Packard Hall of Music and Art
5 W. Cache La Poudre St. (map)
Harlem in the 1920s was the place to enjoy jazz music, nightlife, see celebrities, and partake in all sorts of illicit pleasures. This student production celebrates that legendary era with an adapted version of George Gershwin's "Blue Monday," featuring some of Gershwin's best known songs, all set in a basement speakeasy that ends with an operatic-scale tragedy. Daniel Fosha, director; Daniel Brink, music director.