Stage

Clavo D' Olor

When: Tue., April 27, 7 p.m. 2010

Though stamped all over tourist swag in Costa Rica, the phrase "pura vida" — meaning "pure life" and speaking to the Ticos' supposed penchant for deliberate, celebratory living — does capture at least a little of what it means to be Costa Rican. To learn much more than a phrase can convey, attend tonight's free, 7 o'clock performance of Clavo D'Olor in CC's Cornerstone Arts Center (825 N. Cascade Ave., coloradocollege.edu). Latin American performer Ofir León will "present a Costa Rican perspective" on the character of Ophelia from Hamlet, in Spanish with English translation. According to a release, the "piece is an interpretation of femininity within family, societal and cultural structures." — Matthew Schniper

Price: Free

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