'Our Souls at Night' released today on Netflix

Gentle film caps Kent Haruf’s career, reunites Fonda and Redford, and employs Colorado film and theatre artists.

Search is on for two young Denver actresses to perform in 'Waitress'

Two local girls no older than 5 years, 3 months, can audition to play LuLu while the musical visits Denver.

Guns and broses: Tattoos, video and opening-night 'Macbeth' photos

Take a look at the excitement of Opening Night, which marked the official reopening of the Space Theatre, in photos and video.

Second time around, actor Rae Leigh Case kisses today hello

Arvada Center’s Rae Leigh Case returns to role she first played in 25th anniversary production of ‘A Chorus Line’

Denver Film Society joins antitrust lawsuit against Landmark Theatres

Independents in Detroit, Washington D.C., join in suit claiming Landmark uses market dominance to eliminate local competition for films.

Remembering when Lex Ishimoto was our 'Billy Elliot'

‘America’s Favorite Dancer’ of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ played the tile role in the 2011 tour that visited Denver.

Editorial: 2B or not 2B? There is no question

The request for $112 million would help the region’s leading cultural organizations, which collectively serve 6.6 million guests each year.

'Smart People' opens rehearsals in full swing

‘If they could just stop talking and give in to each other’s ideas, they might actually be able to hear something.’

Meet Zak Reynolds of 'The Snowy Day': 'A fan of being happy'

When the award-winning actor learned he had alopecia, he did not let it it stop him from realizing his performing aspirations.

'Girls Only': Where secrets go to die laughing

The communal comedy has now been seen by more than 200,000 women (and a few token dudes) in 30 productions around North America.