Happy New Year!

What a year we’ve had! We’re thrilled to explore 2015 with you.

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Meet Winter’s Cast

Meet the characters of our sold-out show, Winter, and also discover their favorite seasonal memory. Be sure and read to the end for an extra surprise!

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What is Wonderbound?

For all you who have ever struggled to explain Wonderbound to a friend or loved one, we realize it’s a little challenging. Perhaps this video can help fill in the details.

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Favorite Memories: Garrett Ammon and Jesse Manley

Wonderbound Artistic Director, Garrett Ammon, and musician, Jesse Manley, look back on their multiple collaborations and share their favorite memories.

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Winter is coming… Experience the SMELLs of the season

Winter promises to be a multi-sensory experience and one of the most unique pieces of the evening features scents created by Michelle Roark of Phia Lab. Artistic Director Garrett Ammon and I met with Michelle several times as the story of Winter (a brand new tale created by Garrett) took shape. Michelle, Olympic freestyle skier […]

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Wonderbound Goes Into the Woods


For many ballet companies, December means Nutcracker time. But this Dec. 10-18, the Denver-based troupe Wonderbound presents the world premiere of Garrett Ammon’s Winter, a multi-sensory ballet bringing audiences the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the season. For Pointe’s bi-weekly newsletter, we spoke with company member Meredith Strathmeyer, who plays the magpie in this […]

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The Menu: Four Chefs Create Special Bites for Wonderbound’s “Winter”


Four Denver chefs—Noah French (Sugarmill), Brian Crow (Devil’s Food Bakery & Cookery), Iain Chisholm (Amerigo Delicatus Restaurant & Market), and Bob Blair (Fuel Cafe)—are bringing their skills to a new table by serving bite-sized eats at Wonderbound’s upcoming production of Winter… Read the entire article on the 5280 Magazine website at: http://www.5280.com/cultureandevents/digital/2014/12/menu-four-chefs-create-special-bites-wonderbounds-winter

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The Aromas: Crafting the Scents for Wonderbound’s “Winter”


“Aroma” isn’t usually a word you want to think about when attending a dance performance. Oh, sweat, what a lovely smell—said no one, ever. But the team at Wonderbound has something a little different—and much more palatable—in mind when it comes to invoking the sense of smell in their upcoming production, Winter… Read more on […]

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Conversations with Garrett Ammon: The Value of Storytelling (Audio Interview)

“What we’re best at is telling stories,” states Wonderbound Artistic Director Garrett Ammon. Indeed, our company’s emphasis on story–both on and off stage–shapes how and why we create.

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The Costumes: Inside the Design Inspirations for Wonderbound’s “Winter”


“We didn’t want to do cliché holiday stuff. [We wanted to explore] the more primal aspects of winter.” So began Wonderbound wardrobe supervisor and resident costume designer Rachel Kras’ quest to develop attire for the characters in artistic director Garrett Ammon’s (slightly dark) fairy tale, Winter… Read more on the 5280 Magazine Website at: http://www.5280.com/cultureandevents/digital/2014/12/costumes-inside-design-inspirations-wonderbounds-winter

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The Soundtrack: Listen to a Song Composed by Jesse Manley for Wonderbound’s “Winter”


A choreographer can spend hours developing a story in his or her head—and then devote many more to imagining the movements and staging that bring that tale to life. But it isn’t until he or she has the final music that the true work begins… Read more on the 5280 Website at: http://www.5280.com/cultureandevents/digital/2014/12/soundtrack-listen-song-composed-jesse-manley-wonderbounds-winter

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