Paula Jayne Friedland’s – Aging, The Musical

March 3, 2013
7:00 pm
August 3, 2014
7:00 pm

Aging, the Musical Continues! 

More Insights from the Aging Trail.

Written & performed by Paula Jayne Friedland

Musical arrangements & accompaniment:

Pianist – Eric French

No matter what your lifestyle, your worldview, or the amount of plastic surgery you’ve had,  you—like everyone else—must pass through that doorway called AGING.  The  only question is, how will you deal with it?!  Whether you move through that passageway with gentle grace, steely resignation, or have to be dragged kicking and screaming, this show is for YOU.

In this continuation of her SOLD OUT, one woman show, AGING, The Musical, Paula uses song and story to explore this daunting subject, uncovering new perspective along the way.  In this updated rendition, you’ll get a refresher on the original material, a dose of some new insights, plus some new songs, all in service to this ongoing journey of Aging.  You will laugh.  You will cry.  And, you will be uplifted and inspired to live fully now, no matter your age.


Paula Jayne Friedland earned her degree in music before moving to New York City, where she spent 13 years working in professional theatre.  She toured Europe in the Broadway musical, HAIR and played leading roles in productions of A CHORUS LINE, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, HELLO DOLLY and SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM.  She has performed in Denver productions including the ensemble revue, TOM FOOLERY at the Denver Victorian Playhouse, which won the 2011 Marlowe Award for Best Ensemble.  Additionally, she and fellow writer and performer, Janine Gastineau have co-written three original Stephen Sondheim revues:  OUR TIME as well as ART ISN’T EASY, which is returning to Lannie’s on September 7th.  The new revue, LOVE, MARRIAGE AND OTHER NATURAL DISASTERS will premiere at Lannie’s in November.

Paula is also a keynote speaker, life coach, and corporate trainer.  She combines theatre and public speaking to create unique keynote speeches and presentations for a variety of arenas from corporate events to private parties to personal growth workshops and retreats.

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Sunday, August 3rd at 7pm
Doors 6pm
Show 7pm (please arrive by 6:45 to be seated for the show)

Tickets: $15

We do not issue physical tickets. Once purchased, your name will be added to our reservations list, check in at our box office when you arrive.

NOTE: If you would like to be seated as a group/with friends, please include the first and last name of the agreed upon group name on the line provided: GROUP. Group seating is not guaranteed if requested within 3 hours of show-time. If a show is almost sold out, we cannot guarantee group seating. Purchase early if you can!

If you do not receive a confirmation email within 30 minutes of completing your purchase, call (303) 293-0075.

Most shows have assigned seating based on order of ticket purchase and party size, assigned front to back. The venue is intimate, no seats are far from the stage.

Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable/non-transferable to other shows/dates. (You can sell or give them to friends if you can’t make it.)

If you have special seating needs, (wheelchairs/elderly, etc) PLEASE let us know in advance.

We reserve the right to give up reserved seats after the show begins.

Doors typically open one hour prior to show-time (check website for info)

We serve appetizers, desserts, cocktails, wine, champagne and non-alcoholic beverages.

All tickets include sales tax.