This old-school tribute to the Golden Age of Circus brings back “the greatest acts in the world, performing very high and very fast.”
Director Kent Thompson, son of an influential Southern Baptist preacher, has experienced the play’s central conflict first-hand.
The new Denver resident has God’s back (and rib) in ‘An Act of God,’ but he’s also a full-time online baby-gear expert.
The play, he says, opens up a dialogue. ‘I think it speaks to both sides of the aisle, and that is rare.’
The provocative title of Tira Palmquist’s new play is meant to both set up her story … and sound an alarm.
Cherry Creek Theatre opens its first show Thursday as the new resident theatre company at the Mizel Arts and Culture Center.
The hit comedy that has The Almighty descending to the Mile High City will now play through April 8 in the Garner Galleria Theatre.
Photos from the opening performance of the ‘The Book of Will’ include backstage preparations, opening-night gifts, the afterparty and a tour of the set.
Tony Award nominee Beth Malone will be bellying up to the bar in a St. Louis production of ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown’ this summer.
Haas will oversee both ongoing philanthropic efforts as well as a new capital campaign when she begins on Feb. 21.