The Phantom talks about the appeal and longevity of the show; his time on TV’s ‘The Voice,’ and his wife’s connection to Peyton Manning.
It is believed the Denver East graduate will become the only Artistic Director in a wheelchair leading a major American theatre company.
The Evergreen native, well-known to audiences of Denver’s Curious Theatre, says it will be huge for him to perform at the DCPA.
The start of a new theatre season brings a fun twist: Husband and wife sharing a role in the Arvada Center’s ‘Tartuffe.’
Try our printable puzzle covering ‘The Phantom of the Opera,’ playing the Buell Theatre through Sept. 11
“Miscast” is an opportunity for members of the local theatre community to play roles they would never … ever! … get cast to perform.
“This is not an upper West Side play about relationships. It’s do-or-die. It’s life and death. It’s big and bold.”
Colorado College will dedicate more than $20 million of its endowment for the ongoing support and long-term sustainability of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.
“We are going to get it into every kiddo’s head that they can be whatever they want to be. Innovation and creativity are what drive…
“You have selected the very best person for this job,” Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock says of new DCPA CEO Janice Sinden.