Support The Aspen Hope Center
Get ready for the 6th annual Aspen Cares Theatrical Fashion Show, an energy infused, sexy and dynamic professional production performed on a runway set up in Belly Up.
Benefitting The Aspen Hope Center, a mental health outreach program who’s mission is to extend a beacon of hope to those in emotional crisis and offer a continuum of comprehensive care while working to decrease the stigma of mental illness, this unique performance taking place on March 24th, has been called the social and theatrical event of the season. With an audition that casts the models down to 40, the choreography created by Amanda Carlson (flown in from Dubai) weaves stories into the production, with models dancing (and sometimes writhing and thrusting) their way up and down the runway as they show off designer clothes that have been donated from stores both locally and nationally.
On Friday, March 24th, there will be two shows. A sneak peak at 5:30pm with a lower ticket price of $25. The main gala event is at 9:00pm with doors opening at 8pm. Following the show there will be a dance party with a DJ where guests can dance the night away with the models. Get tickets here.
Also, be sure to attend the fundraiser sample sale at Casa Tua on Sunday put on by the Aspen City of Wellbeing, Aspen Entrepreneurs and Gallery 1949 to support Aspen Hope Center. Purchase designer pieces directly off the runway at heavily discounted prices.
Podcast: Ramona Bruland Regarding The Aspen Cares Theatrical Fashion Show
One of the masterminds behind the production is the beautiful, effervescent and talented Ramona Bruland. Listen to our Radio CMC podcast with Ramona here.
Upcoming AspenRealLife Podcasts
Skippy Leigh Upton Mesirow who is running for Council — and who is also in the Aspen Cares Theatrical Fashion Show (click on the link to listen now).
Chris Lanter, executive chef and co-owner of Cache Cache, talks about how he partnered with a college buddy to open the most delicious Home Team Barbecue Aspen.
Cynthia Clark, Author of Stories in Your Hands.
Denise Searle, Owner of The Fix Aspen and the Art of Fitness.
and Donald Glenn Theiss, Friend and psychologist.
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