Say Goodbye to Summer At Colorado’s Caveman Music Festival 

The Caveman Music Festival at the Ellie Mae Theater at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is the place to be to find music, art, and culture of all kinds. And with over a dozen shows to choose from, there’s something for everyone. This year’s lineup features an eclectic mix of musicians and performers, from country to rock to jazz. In addition to music and musical theatre, there will also be a handful of visual art displays and interactive exhibits. Whether you’re into emojis or old-school rock n roll, there is sure to be something to suit your tastes. 

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Besides the usual suspects, the festival has a few newcomers as well. One of them is a play by Marjorie Frank, entitled The Voices of a Woman. There are a few other notable offerings, including a play by Jeffrey L. Hollman, Forty-Nine Years. Plus, the festival will be kicking off the holiday season with a plethora of music-inspired decorations and activities. 

The Festival has a surprisingly large number of shows, but thankfully it’s not too overwhelming. For starters, there is a new musical that features an all-female cast of 20-somethings. It’s called Humanity’s Child, and it represents the plight of every child on the planet. 

The other new show is the play by Conor James, called When Love Goes Sour. This one has a lot of heart, as it’s about a middle-aged housewife who’s about to divorce her childhood sweetheart. She’s not alone in her situation, as many other women are stuck in the same rut. 

Of course, the festival also has several musicals, including the musical version of the Wizard of Oz. Described as “a modernized version of the 1939 musical,” it’s a good choice for those looking to get their musical fix. Aside from its acoustics, the production boasts an all-female ensemble and an enticing set of costumes and decor. Some of the actors have also lent their talents to other projects. These include Warren Haynes, a guitarist and singer for Gov’t Mule, and Jay Lane, a percussionist for Ratdog. 

The show also has the honor of being the first ever to be hosted in the state of Colorado. With over 30 acts and three stages, the event promises to be a musical wonderland. But in the end, the festival may have just proved that Colorado is a better place than many people realize. While it may have been a flop at the box office, the aforementioned show proves that the state can still deliver on its promise. 

Other high-flying contenders include F$cking for Love, which will be gracing the screens on Sunday, September 19th, at 1:30 PM. In the words of the cast, this is the funniest musical you’ve ever seen. From its quirky characters to its clever storylines, this show is a lot of fun and is not for the faint of heart. Those looking for something to see and do should take advantage of this opportunity, which will be one of the last in the state.