By: Madison Stout Have an audition coming up? Here are some quick auditioning tips from DCPA Casting Director Grady Soapes and Head of Acting Tim McCracken. Be prepared to the best of your ability. Know WHO you are auditioning for: Who is the director, what do you know about the theater? Know WHAT you are […]
About Madison Stout
Madison Stout is a former Communications Coordinator for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and now acts as a contributing writer for the Communications Department. After graduating from Grove City College, where she was an editor and staff writer for The Collegian, she continues to pursue writing as an Education and Community Engagement journalist at the DCPA. She is also an actor and member of Phamaly Theatre Company.
Entries by Madison Stout
By Madison Stout “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” Time to enjoy holiday favorites once again at the theatre. Whether continuing the annual tradition of watching A Christmas Carol, or seeing Broadway hits like Disney’s The Lion King, join theatre lovers across the city and celebrate the holidays with live theatre. Before […]
With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving around the corner, the holidays have once again arrived! To usher in the season, Denver has the best selection of unique shopping spots. From local artisans, craft shows, and holiday markets, there’s something for everyone on your list. Check out our picks for the best places for the best […]
In 2017, Denver voters approved a general bond program, Elevate Denver, to address needs across the city and support the enrichment and improvement of public spaces. The $937 million general obligation bond program seeks to complete more than 500 projects over ten years. $117 million in general bonds were allotted to restore iconic buildings and […]
By Madison Stout, cast member and former DCPA Communications Coordinator After over a year of virtual programming, Phamaly Theatre Company returns to the stage with a world premiere adaptation of the beloved classic, Alice in Wonderland adapted by David Jacobi from the Lewis Carroll classic novel, featuring an original music soundtrack by Denver’s own experimental […]
Earlier this year, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Councilman Christopher Herndon announced the official adoption of a proposal establishing Juneteenth as an official commemorative holiday in Denver. “I’m proud to have helped make Juneteenth a citywide, commemorative holiday to elevate the experience of the African Americans in our city and across the country,” Mayor […]
Every June, millions of people around the world don the colors of the rainbow and douse themselves in glitter to celebrate Pride. This year is no different. After last year’s virtual Pride celebrations, Denver Pride, produced by The LGBTQ Center on Colfax, is offering a hybrid celebration. For those who want to participate in person, […]
Remember when you were a kid and maybe ditched class a few too many times that it raised suspicion? So does Allison Watrous, Executive Director of Education and Community Engagement at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. When her mom came to observe her in class at the teacher’s request, she “quickly found out that I was visiting the bathroom to sing in the acoustics at a full belt!”
Book Stars, part of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ (DCPA) larger Dramatic Learning program, provides in-school workshops designed to integrate theatre arts within the core curriculum.
Charlie Miller has been working with the DCPA for more than 12 years. Originally hired as a “Multimedia Specialist,” Miller has been involved in numerous projects and is currently working with the Artistic Department as the Off-Center Curator.