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The cast of Come From Away sings together onstage

First Look: Come From Away

On 9/11, the world stopped. On 9/12, their stories moved us all. Come From Away takes you into the heart of the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed them. Cultures clashed and nerves ran high, but uneasiness turned into trust, music soared into the night, and […]


From the Archives: Celebrating the Best of Humankind in Come From Away

When Beverley Bass was ordered out of the sky on 9/11, she touched down on a Canadian island she has since come to think of as a holy place

Raw cinnamon sticks arranged in a pile next to a Santa-themed shot glass filled with red liquid

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 […]

“I Am An Islander”

Come From Away continues to offer comfort in the face of adversity

As the anniversary of 9/11 approaches, Come From Away revamped its “I Am an Islander” program so that students — whether attending school in person or remotely — can use the prompts and tools to investigate current challenges facing communities including COVID-19.

Come From Away Opening Night Quote. Photo by John Moore

Canadian officer on ‘Come from Away’ and the importance of kindness in times of crisis

Royal Canadian Air Force Lieutenant-General joins former Colorado Governor to celebrate vital partnership between U.S. and Canada on 9/11 and beyond

Members of the original Broadway cast of 'Come From Away.' Photo by Matthew Murphy.

‘Come From Away’: The happy success of an unlikely Broadway musical

Pioneering pilot Beverley Bass says emphatically the Denver-bound musical Come From Away is not the story of 9/11. ‘It is the story of 9/12.’

Chris Coleman promises a DCPA Theatre Company that's robust and resonant

‘The longtime Portland leader champions a range of voices from George Bernard Shaw to Lauren Gunderson, who says, ‘Denver is so lucky to get him.’