Despite a gloomy forecast, the mild weather cooperated just long enough for 5,000 students to perform in the oldest student Shakespeare Festival in the country.
If you don’t buy your tickets directly from the Denver Center, there’s no doubt about it: You will be paying too much.
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s beloved classic blossoms anew as a stage musical opening Friday at the Denver Center’s Stage Theatre.
For more than 2,000 years, the mother of Jesus has been silent. Not anymore, thanks to a new one-woman production in Boulder.
A melancholy Mary, a feral Dickon and a necessarily athletic pit of busy musicians are among the topics of conversation.
London’s critically acclaimed international hip-hop dance festival will take over the Buell Theatre and surrounding Denver Performing Arts Complex.
DCPA staff taught students how to make ruffs out of coffee filters, doublets out of T-Shirts and shoelaces, and togas out of pillow cases.
Most recently, the founder was playing a cockroach. Now she’s riding horses like the stock exchange in Boulder.
“I am personally and fully invested in the process, and wholly accountable for the outcome,” says John Haynes, who will lead the effort.
The ‘Cult Following’ actors don’t have to awaken their inner child. They still are their inner child.