Tag Archives: Denver

Submissions for Playwrights

04 Apr

  BolderLife Festival is now accepting 10-minute play submissions for the 2014 Festival taking place in Denver.  BolderLife is looking for plays that support and thrive within our vision statement. At BolderLife, we believe that freedom, love, dignity, grace, presence and purpose are experienced through fearlessness and non-judgement of all moments of living, leading to […]

BolderLOVE = BolderLife

05 Feb

Hello to all you BolderLife LOVERS! Monthly Donors are the sustaining life force of BolderLife! Help keep our vision strong by joining today! Your contribution, large or small WILL make a difference! Over the last 3 years, our festival has touched the lives of thousands of individuals attending our event in Colorado and abroad via […]

BolderLife Theater: With “Heart and Soul”

30 Nov

BolderLife is excited to bring another year of fantastic plays to this year’s multi-media festival! We have two separate performance days scheduled. Today we want to introduce the director, the writer and the cast of the play “Heart and Soul”.   Logline: When HE loses his heart and soul, SHE tells him that it happens […]

Living with autism: Benjamin Breaking Barriers

29 Nov

We are proud to welcome  Benjamin Tarasewicz, a gifted young speaker with high-functioning autism, as  a guest speaker at the Opening Gala of BolderLife Festival on December 5th, 2013.  He will give his  inspiring and informational presentation titled Living With Autism: Breaking Through Barriers prior to our opening film “The Story of Luke”. We spoke with […]

World Premiere at BolderLife: “Give”

26 Nov

Bolder Life Festival is very excited to present the film  “Give” for it’s World Premiere! Please, meet Vanessa Leigh.  She is the Director of this short documentary.   BolderLife Festival:  Vanessa, welcome to the BolderLife Festival! Would you please introduce yourself? Vanessa Leigh: I am a 25-year-old filmmaker born and raised in Northern California. I […]

Meet Coach and Writer Mark Andreas

25 Nov

In situations of conflict, is it possible to change the behavior of others by changing our own behavior or by using the right words skillfully and with heart? Conflict comes in major ways between groups and nations, but also in small persistent ways between strangers, neighbors, friends, and family. It is these situations that Earlham College […]