Disko Boy

Disko Boy features disabled drag artist Hans L’Adida in an immersive show of romance, dad jokes, and disco dancing. Sporting his signature tracksuit and fueled by probiotics and vollkornbrot, Hans L'Adida thirsts for true love amidst a tale of health, courage, heartbreak, and ultimately, a new kind of victory. Join Denver’s own über suave Hans L’Adida as he takes exponentially bigger risks to prove he is a handsome hero and maybe even your new favorite uncle.

General/All Ages
60 minutes
Physical Theatre, LGBTQ+, Comedy, Dance, Immersive, World Premiere , Theatre
The People's Building
9995 E. Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

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Sheila Klein (they/them): Performance, Choreography

Sheila is a queer and disabled multidisciplinary creator and performer. Their work follows a trajectory in which the collision of tenderness, humor, and grief is both constant and unexpected. Sheila’s work is notorious for eliciting delight, discomfort, and disillusionment; for being too much and not enough all at once.

Sheila’s movement-based work is heavily informed by professional training in postmodern dance, physical theater, and by disability justice. Sheila trained and performed in New York City, Ann Arbor, and Detroit; their work has been presented by Triskelion Arts, Greenspace Project, Movement Research, Ann Arbor Dance Works, and The University of Michigan.

Masha Mikulinsky (they/them): Direction, Design

Masha is a queer, disabled, Eastern European interdisciplinary artist and writer with alleged family ties to Leon Trotsky and close proximity to multiple aging Soviet-era Masters of Sport. Masha's work engages with cultural somatics, awkwardness, anti-oppressive methodologies, multi-modal translation, and play.

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The People’s Building

9995 E. Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Entrance: The main entrance is on the north side of the building at E. Colfax and Florence St in Aurora

Parking: There is a parking lot behind the building on the north side

Accessibility: ADA access at the west doors of the building, elevator to the theater level

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show