The two seniors from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley are playing Ariel and Prince Eric at BDT Stage through Sept. 8.
‘Vietgone’ is quirky, unconventional and even Brechtian. But what makes it most remarkable are its two uncommon protagonists
More than 350 bands from Colorado and beyond took over South Broadway in celebration of the area’s thriving, eclectic music scene.
Richard Barth returns to Colorado in ‘Les Misérables,’ hoping his success serves as an inspiration for other aspiring artists.
An urchin-like, thirtysomething Denver actress makes her pitch to play the boy who gets shot at the barricade in the touring production of ‘Les Misérables.’
In honor of one of the largest indie music festivals in the Rocky Mountain region turning 18, we offer you bands to watch that are also ‘of a certain age.’
With each new issue of Applause Magazine, we offer readers an original crossword puzzle related to our current shows. Here is the most recent.
Fans of the Estefans might not realize the harrowing obstacles the couple have faced on their rise from penniless Cuban immigrants to proud realizers of the American Dream
Breakthrough musical ‘Fun Home’ garners much acclaim while the Denver Center’s only recognition this year is a nod for Lauren Yee’s The Great Leap as Outstanding New Play.
Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature will feature more than 100 works spanning the artist’s entire career in the fall of 2019