Soggy skies can't shake 5,000 students' Shakespeare spirit

Nearly 5,000 students from 80 Denver schools performed more than 640 short and chilly scenes on stages around the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Hickenlooper puts SCFD renewal on November ballot

Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill this afternoon that will ask voters to extend the life of the SCFD arts tax in November.

I Am Alive: 'Who today remembers the Armenians?'

A new musical looks at the Armenian genocide, a subject we revisit through the eyes of former Denver actress Jacqueline Antaramian.

May: Colorado theatre openings

This month’s highlights include ‘Once,’ The Realish Housewives of Cherry Creek,’ Curious’ ‘White Guy on the Bus,’ Debby Boone and the Armenian massacre musical ‘I…

Friday: Celebrate Shakespeare with live music, performances and art

The Denver Public Schools Shakespeare Festival returns for a 32nd year at the Denver Performing Arts Complex this Friday, April 29.

Meet the cast: Michael Brian Dunn of 'Sweeney Todd'

‘There is an inherent trust (with Robert Pretkoff). and when someone is holding a blade to your throat, that trust carries a lot of weight.’

5 things we learned at Sweet & Lucky's first rehearsal

The Off-Center collaboration will be the largest physical undertaking in the Denver Center’s nearly 40-year history.

Wally Larson held his theatre students to a higher standard – proudly

He directed 173 school productions in his career. Says actor Beth Malone: ‘He treated you like you were capable – therefore making you capable.’

Meet the Real(ish) Housewives of … Cherry Creek?

Denver has not yet sunk to the top of the trashy pile of reality TV housewives. But we are next in line for the next-best…

Photos: Brenda Billings' Life Celebration brings Ashford home

An overflow crowd gathered at Denver School of the Arts to honor Denver Actors Fund President Brenda Billings.