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4 DCPA connections to the 2020 Tony Awards

Following a year of uncertainty, the 2020 Tony Awards took place on Sunday, September 26 with an air of celebration. After over 18 months of shutdown on Broadway, the long-delayed ceremony came just as many productions finally reopened their doors. The evening was full of notable wins, outstanding performances, and a few Denver Center for […]

Things to do in Denver (by a local)

by Nate Lemming Recently, Denver local and self-described “recovering attorney and digital nomad” Nate Hake reached out to the NewsCenter. He included the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in his roundup of the best things to do in Denver and wanted us to know. And while we are truly grateful, the real clincher was […]

New seasons for the performing arts in Colorado

It feels a bit like Spring in Colorado’s cultural community. The performing arts have largely been dormant for the last 16 months. “Normal” became online, outdoor and original programming. But suddenly, live, in-person performances are reemerging. As you’ve seen from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ recent season announcement, theatre is coming back in […]

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance presents the world premiere of The Four Journeys

Depicting the confluence of Indigenous, European, African and Asian cultures focused on Mexican folk icon Catarina de San Juan’s global journey from India to 17th-century Mexico  By Patricia Smith The Four Journeys is a new ballet conceived by Maestra Amalia Viviana Basanta Hernandez, Artistic Director of Ballet Folklorico de Mexico, that examines the confluence of culture in Mexico from its diverse Indigenous heritage to the historic influences of European, African and Asian […]

Hope Heart: An Origami Creation

DCPA Teaching Artist Rachel Kae Taylor interacts with thousands of children each year. As an engaging culmination to each class, she leads the kids through craft time. Her “Hope Heart” origami creation invites children to participate in a tactile activity that empowers the students to put their voice of hope into the world. We invite […]