‘Frankenstein’ is a play in a hurry. It opens with a birth – the animation of the doctor’s hideous collection of corpse parts.
The third annual charitable event brought in a record $95,000 for the IMA Foundation, which supports DCPA Education.
“We are really looking forward to taking on new artistic challenges with this new show,” said Charlie Miller. Look for a spring 2017 launch.
If you see two plays a day in October, you still won’t see all there is to see in Colorado theatre this month.
The DCPA’s soon-to-be Scrooge is in Arvada revisiting the French farce that first brought him to Denver in 1991.
Tony Award-winners Michael Grandage, Christopher Oram confirmed for the creative team.
Kent Thompson doesn’t think we will ever be a post-racial society. He’ll settle for post-racist.
‘The Book of Will’ author is officially the most-produced playwright in America this season.
DCPA Education offers year-round classes for 85,000 students all ages. Registration for fall classes is now open.
The NewsCenter offers a glimpse of the actors in preparation, and at the post-show celebration.