When: Mon., Feb. 10, 6:30 p.m. 2014
Brought to life onstage by Red Sky, Canada's premier troupe of world indigenous performers, The Great Mountain is an eco-adventure inspired by a traditional Native American story. Nuna, who has inherited the ability to hear Earth's spirits, journeys across a wild river where she finds a melting glacier and hears the great mountain spirit weeping. Hers is a tale that empowers young people to learn from nature and take care of our planet. Hands-on activities start at 5:30, followed by the hour-long performance at 6:30 at Armstrong Theatre (14 E. Cache la Poudre St.). Tickets are $8 to $17, available online at tiny.cc/hlcqax or at the door. — Mary Jo Meade
Price: Seats are $17, $14, and $8.