Step into the world of creativity and imagination with a scene "In The Trees" from THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN EON.  This scene is  where Eon breaks barriers and communicates with the tree creatures. Transport yourself to a realm of cultural exchange and understanding as Eon navigates the complexities of language and connection. 


THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN EON is part of our Fringe Free-For-All program - free pop-up performances throughout the RiNo Art District during the Fringe festival - so you don't need a ticket. Performances will take place every half hour between 5pm and 7pm. This show is made for all ages - bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy this free performance on the pavilion at the RiNo Art Park!

Dance, Storytelling, Family-Friendly, Free
RiNo Art Park Pavillion
1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216

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Henry Graham, the Artistic Producer for Image En Mouvement (IEM), is an asset to the artistic world as he utilizes his training in the entertainment, performing arts and arts innovation industries for each artwork produced by him. He was successful and cultivated the highest level of performance training student, commercial and concert productions. His framework for creating is based on two decades of performing with the Walt Disney Company, the Screen Actors Guild, Cirque du Soleil, Alvin Ailey, Juilliard, the Rock School, Janet Jackson, Beyonce Knowles, the Nicholas Brothers and Royal Caribbean.  These experiences nourish an elevated caliber of art in the cinematic features and productions curated by IEM.  Henry began dancing at the age of 4 when his foster mother who would later adopt him, recognized his talent in the performing arts. He went on to receive full scholarships to the prestigious dance programs of The Rock School, where he studied under the supervision of Bojan Spassoff and Christopher Fleming, and the School of American Ballet, where he received training from New York City's Peter Boal, Jack Soto, and Peter Martins. He attended The Ailey School on fellowship, studying under the direction of Francisco Martinez. Henry was one of only 25 dancers from the United States and Canada invited by Artistic Director and Julliard  faculty member, Alexandra Wells, to participate in the Professional Project in 2005, a showcase of promising young talent from around the world.

Jennifer has always had a passion for the performing arts world and has a blended background in the industry as a dancer/model and producer/consultant. She grew up training in upstate New York with the founder of the Rochester City Ballet, Tim Draper and NYC workshops with The Rockettes and other professional dance companies. She was featured in company ad campaigns for Kodak and Nestle as a child model at the large marquis in NYC Grand Central Station. She received a MS in Organizational Psychology on full scholarship from the University of Baltimore and worked full time as an International Business Consultant with the Hay Group, whose Founding Managing Partner, Dr. Milton L. Rock also founded The Rock School of Dance Education in Philadelphia.  Her background and the community created at dance2b continue to inspire her to cultivate new experiences for herself, d2b clients, and the greater dance community. Jennifer has worked with Producers for Man Camp - A Feature Film, ABC studios for America’s Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars, The Bachelor Spin-off - Ben & Lauren, Cirque Soleil “Luzia” Touring Director, NYC based Transition Theater Producer, Jeff Venable Cinematography in Nashville, High Noon Entertainment, and other local Denver Casting Agents and Managers for talent, space and consulting for their projects. After witnessing how these film productions were captured, she was inspired to create a new brand IMAGE EN MOUVEMENT, IEM Productions, and the CONSERVATORY with Henry Graham to entertain the community and train passionate students in Denver to prepare them for the industry. She is thrilled to be involved in art projects throughout Denver from residencies on the ClockTower to 16th Street Mall to activations in RINO and live performances at the Denver Performing Art Complex in the Chambers Grant Salon part of the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.

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