Documentary brings vivid imaginations of five young African orphans to life through storytelling in glorious, haunting animation
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company’s winning playwright explores feathers, family flaws and feelings in Boulder — without a soap box in sight.
The Theatre Company’s Associate Artistic Director is smart, in demand and making her Denver directorial debut with ‘Smart People.’
Pueblo native Marialuisa Burgos knows the importance of theatre companies telling stories about the struggles people of color face.
‘Breakin’ Convention’ is a chance to bring the whole family together and also demystify some of the stereotypes people have about hip-hop.”
This biting comedy follows a quartet of Harvard intellectuals struggling to understand why their lives continue to be undermined by race.
Playwright Lydia R. Diamond refutes the notion that bigotry is owned only by certain people. No one is exempt from racism.
The Highlands Ranch native is home to appear in Off-Center’s first scripted musical, running through Oct. 31 at the Stanley Marketplace.
Former school principal Jane Shirley promises an educational component that will give students new to art a chance to create.
‘Ed Berry didn’t demand attention. He waited to speak for the moments when he could be heard.’