Entries by DCPA Press

The Choir of Man

The pub at the heart of community in The Choir of Man. The Choir of Man started as “a motley group of singers, performers, actors, poets with the idea of celebrating pub culture” according to performer Mark Loveday in an interview with People, and it evolved into a show that celebrates community and shared experience. […]

Bonfils Matching Gift

 Helen Bonfils loved the theatre. While a stage career was frowned upon by her father and Denver Post co-founder Frederick Bonfils, following his passing she put her considerable resources and passion into making sure Colorado residents had access to the performing arts. Consider that she created the former Bonfils Memorial Theatre on Colfax (now Tattered […]

Let’s Get Baking! Holiday Cookies from Our Caterers

  The Denver Center for the Performing Arts has recently expanded its catering options. Now, when you attend events in the Seawell Ballroom, Directors Room, Bonfils Theatre Complex or Newman Center for Theatre Education, you can choose from one of six caterers: Biscuits and Berries, Catering By Design, Epicurean Group, Occasions Catering, Serendipity Catering, and […]

Non-profit theatre and the power of giving

By Megan Fevurly   This time of year is packed with donation appeals from non-profits, both big and small. The spirit of the holiday season makes the final few weeks of the year a big push for organizations to solicit gifts. And the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is no exception. The Development Department […]

Miracles do happen…especially at the holidays

If ever there was a question about the validity of miracles, Larimer Square has set out to make believers out of all of us. First, downtown’s historic block is spreading holiday cheer with regular entertainment by Dickens Carolers and The Beverly Belles. Then, they are serving up a little something other than coal at The […]