‘Mixed Taste’ at the Denver Center

The Denver Center of Performing Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver are collaborating again to put on their summer series Mixed Taste. Mixed Taste is a lecture series combining completely unrelated topics.

Each Mixed Taste event is made of up two twenty minute lectures on separate topics, followed by a Q&A in which the audience trys to make connections between the two. Some of the lecture topics this summer include hot pockets, crop circles and incorporate saints.

Charlie Miller, the curator of the Mixed Taste series, said the goal of the project is, “to expand the notion of what theater is, and to what theater can be… But it is really about bringing people together and creating community, and that is something that we are really passionate about.”

The events are taking place every Wednesday night until the end of August at the Seawell Ballroom in Denver. For more information visit denvercenter.org