Our summer lecture series got artsy and a little smelly with night two. Mixed Taste, co-presented with MCA Denver, combines two totally different topics for one evening of fun and weirdness and last night was no different.
We live in fast paced, non-stop culture where we often forget to pause, take stalk of our lives, and make sure to throw a little “me” time in between the hustle and bustle of our everyday activities.
Our annual summer lecture series that combines two totally different topics for one evening of fun and weirdness kicked off last night in a digital way.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is thrilled to announce new dates for the return engagement of HAMILTON. The rescheduled Denver engagement, will return to The Buell Theatre February 16 through March 27, 2022.
Grant Funding Will Support Virtual and In-Person Shakespeare Programming for Youth during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The Colorado Symphony partnered with Denver Botanic Gardens for a socially distanced alphorn duet of “Amazing Grace” featuring Colorado Symphony Principal Horn Michael Thornton and Matthew Eckenhoff in commemoration of Make Music Day on June 21.
Every summer, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts welcomes children of all ages in their summer classes as part of the Robert and Judi Newman Summer Series. Aside from the obvious, “got to keep the kids busy this summer” feeling many parents have, acting classes are a wonderful way for children to try something new, stay active, and make new friends.
Colorado Ballet invites you to dance at home! The company’s Academy and Education & Community Engagement summer offerings have transitioned to virtual settings to continue making dance accessible and safe.
If you’ve never experienced Mixed Taste, you might not know what you’re getting yourself into. Some of the topics are more commonly known or have names that are a little more self-explanatory, but these five are so out there, we just couldn’t wait to find out what the heck they even are. We did the Googling for you…