“This play does what good theatre should: it delivers a serious message while still being super funny and entertaining.”
America’s foremost humorist returns to Denver for three sold-out evenings at the DCPA. His latest book is titled “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls.”
Germinal Stage-Denver is hosting the stage adaptation of Dalton Trumbo’s classic anti-war novel.
When it was time for Leslie O’Carroll to return to the DCPA the Arvada Center turned to her busty husband for a replacement.
All told, you have 81 theatregoing options to choose from, including a whopping nine from the Denver Center alone.
The annual gala, returning on March 4, raises nearly $1 million for the Denver Center’s arts education programs.
It’s something the famous choreographer, J.M. Barrie and the late Prince have in common.
“This play examines the pain and heartbreak of an individual trying to get others to acknowledge his humanity. What a sad thing, to have to…
The worst gun massacre in U.S. history will be marked with readings of 12 short plays by writers ranging from Neil Labute to Caridad Svich.
The future of nearly every existing industry depends on capturing the imaginations – and the economy – of Millennials.