It’s a unique experience to witness a performance of Miss Rhythm – The Legend of Ruth Brown. It’s a combination of concert and musical, an effective piece of time-travel, transporting audiences back in time. But it isn’t just the music that does this – it’s the setting, the costumes, even the lighting. DCPA Cabaret productions […]
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.
Entries by Emma Hunt
Clyde’s Sandwiches At Clyde’s, Lynn Nottage’s fictional diner, the motley kitchen crew dishes out fantastical sandwiches. You’ll crave the skirt steak with peach chutney on a cheddar biscuit. In other words, eating before attending a performance in the Kilstrom Theatre is recommended. Clyde’s serves plenty of classic sandwiches, too, like a tuna melt or grilled […]
Ahead of the DCPA Theatre Company’s production of A Little Night Music, or the Broadway National tour of Company, it might be helpful to refresh your memory on the musical legend, Stephen Sondheim. The timeline below covers major events, from Sondheim’s Broadway debut, to the publication of his popular memoirs late in life. For even […]
For two actors in the First National Tour of Beetlejuice, coming back to Denver is like returning to a place of magic. Kate Marilley, who stars as Delia in Beetlejuice, performed in her dream role with the DCPA Theatre Company – twice. “In both 2007 and 2012 – with slightly different casts but the same […]
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 […]
From the archives: this article was originally posted on October 4, 2022 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 […]
If you’re lucky enough to be a part of the theatre community in Denver, you’ve probably heard of local legend David Nehls. An actor, composer, lyricist, musician, musical director, arranger…the list of his accolades and affiliations reads long and impressive. Currently, he’s conducting the band and playing the keys in the world premiere production Miss […]
If you’re coming to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts this summer for an evening with Ruth Brown – the premiere of Miss Rhythm – The Legend of Ruth Brown is playing at the Garner Galleria Theatre through October 15 – come early for a night filled with music. Avoid the traffic, enjoy a […]
TW: This article contains content that some readers may find distressing, including mentions of abuse, addiction, and assault. Individuals familiar with Alanis Morissette’s 1995 album, Jagged Little Pill, can belt out the soul-baring lyrics that explore trauma in its many forms, but it’s another thing to see those topics addressed on stage. That’s just what […]
At the 2023 Bobby G Awards, five schools took the stage throughout the evening to perform a number from their nominated production. These schools were all considered for the Outstanding Overall Production of a Musical award: Central High School, ThunderRidge High School, Overland High School, Fossil Ridge High School, and Lakewood High School. Take a […]