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Central City Opera celebrates 89th season with 2021 Summer Festival

Carousel and Rigoletto will be performed at Hudson Gardens Dido and Aeneas will take place in Central City Central City Opera’s summer festival returns to the stage July 3-August 1. Rodgers & Hammerstein’s beloved musical Carousel and Verdi’s thriller, Rigoletto, will be produced as open-air, socially-distanced performances in partnership with Hudson Gardens in Littleton, while Purcell’s bewitching, hour-long opera Dido […]

Denver Center for the Performing Arts offers radio play of Romeo and Juliet free to schools and community

Grants from National Endowment for the Arts and Morgridge Family Foundation make DCPA’s Shakespeare in the Parking Lot possible DENVER, CO – Teaching artists at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts are excited to bring Shakespeare to students throughout the state as an expansion of the organization’s popular Shakespeare in the Parking Lot program. DCPA […]

5 Tips for Beginning Actors

When the Denver Center for the Performing Arts asked actors who have performed on local stages, “What advice would you give someone who was just beginning their journey with acting?”, here are five of their responses: Know Yourself “I say the most important thing is know who you are, who you want to be, and […]

ReelAbilities: Denver Film Festival Promotes Awareness and Appreciation of People with Different Disabilities Through Film 

The JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center is hosting the first ever Colorado-based ReelAbilities: Denver Film Festival from May 5-8, 2021. The entirely virtual festival includes diverse and thought-provoking films alongside supplemental content including discussions and panels by, for, and about people with various disabilities. To continue their dedication to inclusivity, the JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center will provide several accessibility features […]

Phamaly Theatre Company to present CoronaVox: Stories from the Front

Long-time DCPA partner and Denver’s premier disability-affirmative theatre, Phamaly Theatre Company, is proud to present CoronaVox: Stories from the Front – a compilation of original theatrical pieces created by Phamaly writers and actors. CoronaVox will be streaming from May 3 – 30 with single and household tickets available for one-week access.   Based on members of the […]

The impact of Arts Education, Joe Craft and the DPS Shakespeare Festival

Once again, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is pleased to partner with Denver Public Schools and DPS Foundation on the 37th annual DPS Shakespeare Festival. Students and schools from throughout the district have been rehearsing all year for this annual event. The public is invited to watch the virtual ceremony on Friday, April 30 […]

DCPA President & CEO Janice Sinden named as a 2021 Titan 100

Titan CEO and headline sponsor Wipfli LLP are pleased to announce Janice Sinden, President & CEO of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, as a 2021 Titan 100. The Titan 100 program recognizes Colorado’s Top 100 CEO’s & C-level executives. They are the area’s most accomplished business leaders in their industry using criteria that […]

5 Tips for Nailing Your Audition Monologue

If you’re like most actors, you’ve felt your fair share of nerves heading into the audition room. You’re hoping to make a good impression, show off your skills, and land the job, all within a matter of minutes. While those nerves never really go away, being prepared with an outstanding audition monologue can boost your […]

DCPA Broadway to reopen with Disney’s The Lion King in December 2021
Four shows will be postponed as the Broadway touring industry ramps up

DCPA Broadway to reopen with Disney’s The Lion King in December 2021 Four shows will be postponed as the Broadway touring industry ramps up The Denver Center for the Performing Arts announced today that four Broadway tours previously scheduled for Fall 2021 will be postponed — My Fair Lady, 1776, Mean Girls and Ain’t Too […]