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The 9th Annual Denver Stories

Honoring Paula Herzmark

Beloved Community Leader, Executive Director of the Denver Health Foundation

Benefiting Curious Theatre Company

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

To purchase tickets, please call 720-258-4212

Denver Stories offers a glimpse into the lives of Denver's most intriguing personalities while toasting to our vibrant community. This year we're proud to present an original play--written, produced and performed by Curious Theatre Company--that celebrates the influential, brilliant, inimitable life of Paula Herzmark.  

Watch in awe as a young girl from El Paso, Texas turns her considerable talents toward serving others in the Denver community. Marvel as Paula uses charm, character, courage, commitment, and occasionally chutzpah to become respectable and respected, lovable and loved. Join us for an evening of vignettes of her years at Common Cause, in politics and government, at the Jewish Community Center, and at the Denver Health Foundation.  

6:00 Pre-show celebration

7:30 Performance

ENCORE  Post-Show Party

Denver Stories takes place in Curious Theatre Company's historic and intimate 170-seat theatre located in the Golden Triangle neighborhood, just two blocks south of the Denver Art Museum. Complimentary valet parking provided.

Space is limited for this one-time-only event!

Event sponsorships range $5,000-$25,000. 

Single Tickets are $1,000. Click here to purchase single tickets. 

To reserve sponsorships or for more information call Director of Organizational Advancement, Diana Gatschet: 720.258.4212. 

All proceeds benefit the production, education, and community outreach programs of Curious Theatre Company.  Click here to learn more.


With special thanks to our Denver Stories Sponsors

Shamos Family Foundation

Shine Investment Advisory Services

Columbine Health Plan

Steve Berman and Elaine Gantz Berman

Samuel and Nancy Gary

Celeste and Jack Grynberg

Chuck and Becky Morris

Citywide Banks


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