Whether you’ve seen “The Crown” on Netflix or are fascinated by the British monarchy, you’ll love The Crown – Live!, now playing at the Garner Galleria Theatre. But if you’re looking for a laugh and need to brush up on your history, here’s a guide to the key players in the show. Queen Elizabeth II […]
About Emma Hunt
Emma Hunt is the Communications Coordinator for the DCPA. Her writing interests range from Broadway shows to community events and everything in between.
Outside of work and attending the theatre, Emma enjoys cooking and trying new recipes, reading crime fiction, and playing with her two dogs.
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Everyone’s favorite hunny-loving bear is coming to Denver in November. Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation will stop at The Newman Center for the Performing Arts on November 11-13. Spend some time in the Hundred Acre Wood with Pooh and his friends! Pooh holds a special place in the hearts of many people. For […]
Up next in the Garner Galleria Theatre is The Crown – Live!, a parody of the popular Netflix series based on the transformation of Elizabeth Windsor into Queen Elizabeth II. The two-person comedy features budding starlet Beth who delivers her own take on the epic story along with her agent (read “sidekick”) Stanley. The Denver […]
You’ve probably heard the term “triple threat” before, but in the arts, what exactly does it mean? It’s the highly coveted skill set for performers: someone who can sing, act, and dance. For many actors, the dancing can seem the most daunting. Let’s take a closer look at how taking dance lessons can bulk up […]
The 1960s and 70s were a tumultuous time, dominated by political and social unrest, the Vietnam War, Civil Rights protests, feminist activism, and more. The music industry was rife with young artists lending their voices on behalf of an entire generation. Here is a list of songs from the 60s and 70s where singers and […]
Modern audiences don’t have the benefit of footnotes when enjoying a Shakespeare play. When reading the text, footnotes are often necessary to comprehend the nuances of Elizabethan age humor, slang, and history. Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is heralded as one of Shakespeare’s best comedies, containing copious amounts of wordplay and banter. Before attending a […]
TW: This article contains content that some may find distressing. Denver has its share of haunted locations. From hotels to museums to parks, there’s a fright somewhere for everyone. Plus, the city is home to many nighttime walking tours that will teach you the history, legends, and lore of much of downtown Denver. You might […]
While the names Thalia and Melpomene might mean nothing to you, you would certainly recognize their faces. Also known as Sock and Buskin, the iconic representation of theatre features two masks with familiar laughing and crying faces. Thalia is one of the nine Muses in Greek mythology, the patron of Comedy, represented with the laughing […]
Whether you call it a “cuppa” like Eliza Doolittle or a proper cup of tea like Professor Henry Higgins, teatime is universally loved. Afternoon tea, also called cream tea, is a thoroughly British tradition started by wealthy families in the 1840s. A lovely pot of tea accompanied by small bites and treats was served around […]
Shakespeare in the Parking Lot is a testament to the magic of live theatre, reaching audiences in unexpected ways; whether they are performing in an under-served community, making Shakespeare relatable to a teenager, or sparking an interest in the arts in a child. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is immensely proud of […]