There’s so much good stuff happening on local theatre stages this month, it has to be reduced to bullet points.
No retrospective on the year in Colorado theatre would be complete without marking the passing of the DCPA founder at 103.
Here’s who will be performing in upcoming world-premiere productions of Theresa Rebeck’s ‘The Nest’ and Tanya Saracho’s ‘FADE.’
In his first year as Artistic Director of Denver’s handicapped theatre company, Bryce Alexander embraced risk.
The former theatre critic established himself as among the very best actors in town by playing five challenging roles for five different companies.
The DCPA’s signature Scrooge logged 357 performances as the transformed miser in Denver.
The driving force behind the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company directed three shows and shepherded its financial growth,
He opened his students to a life-changing experience when Westminster became the first high school to stage the DCPA’s immigration drama ‘Just Like Us.’
Midtown, with four performance spaces, is now the largest theatre in Colorado whose daily operations are managed by a woman.
If an actor touches it or sits on it, it’s the job of the Properties Designer to find it, make it, borrow it or steal…