Joie N. Lê photo by John Moore. Miss Saigon

Viêt Nam adoptee Joie N. Lê on her lifetime search for identity

Littleton mother’s lifetime search for her identity has taken surprising twists and turns

Michael Schantz and Marianna McClellan in A DOLL'S HOUSE_Photo by Adams VisCom

In the Spotlife: Meet Michael Schantz of ‘A Doll’s House’

On winter ocean-diving, Falstaff and the music in the new film ‘Ad Astra’ Michael Schantz, who plays patriarch Torvald Helmer through November 24 in the DCPA Theatre Company’s A Doll’s House, is a Philadelphia-born actor who graduated from Rollins College in Orlando and got his master’s degree from the Graduate Acting Program at NYU’s Tisch […]

Miss Saigon Opening Night in Denver. Photo by John Moore

‘Miss Saigon’ Opening night and more around Denver

Above: Video from Opening Night of the the national touring production of ‘Miss Saigon’ at Denver’s Buell Theatre on September 12. Photo gallery: Photos above from the ‘Miss Saigon’ opening celebration. (Food and drinks included thanks to sponsors Centerplate and Robert Mondavi Private Select.) Also we have photos of Matthew Dailey singing the national anthem […]

Goodnight Moon. DCPA Education. Photo by John Moore.

Creatively, Denver Center is again shooting for the ‘Moon’

In the video above, ‘Goodnight Moon’ Director Allison Watrous and Actor Rakeem Lawrence talk about bringing the beloved bedtime story to the stage. ‘Goodnight Moon’ runs through February 16, 2020. Video by DCPA Video Producer David Lenk and Senior Arts Journalist John Moore. ‘We are fully bringing all of our artistry to bear to deliver […]

Firehouse Theatre Three Tall Women. Photo credit_ Meghan Ralph_Soular Radiant Photography

Thoughts on Edward Albee and his ‘Three Tall Women’

Firehouse Theater production brings you fact to face with … yourself

Michael Schantz and Marianna McClellan in A DOLL'S HOUSE_Photo by Adams VisCom

‘A Doll’s House’: The door slam heard ’round the world still reverberates

Why is a sequel to Ibsen’s feminist classic relevant in 2019? ‘Because the world moves at a glacial pace’

Lianne Marie Dobbs and Andrea Goss in INDECENT_Photo by Adams VisCom

Indulge in the emancipated pleasures of ‘Indecent’

Paula Vogel’s surprisingly modern play looks back at shocking theatrical scandal from a century ago