John Hutton on his return to Colorado: 'It'll be a wild ride'

“I miss Colorado and all my friends there, so naturally I jumped at the chance to spend the summer in Boulder.”

'Saturday Night Alive': Five intriguing auction items, from Broncos to safari

From taking the stage for ‘Sweeney Todd’ to a safari adventure, here some of the most unique items available now for the ‘Saturday Night Alive’…

Guest column: Students learn insider art of 'Love & Murder'

DCPA Education student Nik Velimirovic talks about attending a master class with ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder’ choreographer Peggy Hickey.

Colorado actors take center stage in Oregon

Jamie Ann Romero and Benjamin Bonenfant are opening in two major new world premieres at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival this weekend.

'All the Way' with the other LBJ's impeccable sense of style

Lady Bird’s sense of style was impeccable. She not overtly make a statement with her clothing, but she clearly knew that what she wore spoke…

DCPA making Space Theatre seats available to public for free

About 400 forest-green seats can be claimed by schools or local theatre companies on a first-come basis.

Langworthy on translating Shakespeare: First do no harm

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival ignited a controversy when it announced it is translating 39 Shakespeare plays into contemporary modern English.

2016 Summit: An infusion of invisible color and hidden voices

“I have to tell you, it is a rare thing in this country where you can feel like this is an artistic home, and you…

Summit Spotlight video: Lauren Gunderson, ‘The Book of Will’

“It’s such an important story because Shakespeare’s plays are so important, not just to Western audiences, but to every audience around the world.”