Photos: My night at Boulder Ensemble’s ‘Bach at Leipzig’

Crystal Verdon Eisele and Michael Bouchard read from “This,” by Melissa James Gibson.


Flavia Florezell and the Denver Center Theatre Company’s John Hutton read from “Annapurna,” by Char White.


Managing director Rebecca Remaly Weitz, wife of producing ensemble director Stephen Weitz, with their son, Jameson, who turned 1 this very day.


The lobby actors were surrounded by the latest photographic exhibit lining the walls of the Dairy Center.


Bob Buckley, left, and Sam Sandoe read from “And the Sun Stood Still,” a world premiere by Dava Sobel.


Rebecca Remaly Weitz and Daniel C. Leonard read from “Seminar,” by Theresa Rebeck.


Backstage, a card from actor Jim Hunt to his castmate, Josh Hartwell.


Chris Kendall, left, and Sam Gregory play Georg Balthasar Schott and Johann Friedrich Fasch (not to be confused with Bach!).


Michael Bouchard plays Georg Lenck.


Anthony Bianco plays Johann Martin Steindorff.



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