National Read a Book Day is September 6 and we’re celebrating by looking back at our storied history (pun intended) of producing and presenting books that have been adapted for the stage. How many of these productions from the past ten years have you seen? Do you have any favorites we didn’t include? Let us know on social media!
About Cheyenne Michaels
Cheyenne Michaels is the Marketing Manager as well as a contributing writer for DCPA Theatre Company and Off-Center. She is a native Coloradan, an alumna of the University of Denver, and worked at regional theatres in our nation’s capital before returning home to work at the DCPA.
People say “all good things must come to an end,” and that is true for Mixed Taste: At Home, the virtual rendition of our annual summer lecture series, co-produced with MCA Denver. Mixed Taste brings two unlikely topics together for one unexpected (and very fun) evening. We closed things out this year not with a […]
This week would have marked the launch of the DCPA Theatre Company’s 2020/21 Season. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans have changed but we’re still feeling all the nostalgia for the excitement that comes with launching a new season. So enjoy this small taste of our 40 years of season openers.
The penultimate episode of our virtual summer lecture series took us on a trip to the American South and (extreme) northern Europe last week when we learned all about roadside church signs and hip hop music in Iceland.
Missed the livestream? No sweat. You can still watch the whole thing on our YouTube channel.
Our virtual summer lecture series got a little trippy and very creepy (in a good way) last week when we learned all about Augmented Reality and The Cult of the Dead.
The audience for last week’s virtual summer lecture series got schooled on two very entertaining topics: Napping and Slovenian Zombies.
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.
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.
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…
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