You have your very own theater production, being acted out right now, in your brain. An exquisitely complex organ, driven by the hard work of both the actors onstage (your nerve cells) and the players behind the scenes (your glial cells). Just like in an immersive play, your nerve cells steal the show. They communicate […]
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This is the question that multi-media artist, David Byrne (American Utopia, Talking Heads, Reasons to Be Cheerful, A History of the World in Dingbats) posed to me. Byrne has been asking this question for decades. In his early 20s he found himself fascinated with the work of neurophysiologist Warren McCulloch and thus began a journey […]
If ever there was a King of Christmas, it might just be Lakewood’s very own Lonnie Hanzon. But instead of donning a crown, Hanzon takes on the role of Camp Director when DCPA Off-Center’s Camp Christmas opens at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park. What started three years ago in Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace can no longer be […]
The Bright Lights of Denver and Don Quixote de Auraria chosen from 39 submissions representing 82 Colorado artists DCPA Off-Center is pleased to announce not one, but two projects have been selected as part of its Powered By Off-Center program. The Bright Lights of Denver, created by Kenny Moten and Jessica Hindsley, will receive a […]
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Stephen Lindsay & Brett Sirota and Andrew Kay Management in partnership with Grande Experiences present Van Gogh Alive, a large-scale, multi-sensory experience to entertain the whole family. For a limited time only — July 9 through September 26 in The Hangar at Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace — audiences have the unique […]
Do you recognize this little toy truck? We’ll give you a hint: it’s from an Off-Center production.
DCPA Off-Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver are excited to bring the popular Mixed Taste series virtual with six free tag team lectures every Wednesday this summer, beginning July 15.
DCPA’s inaugural resident artists ready to unveil projects about Colorado’s little-known Jewish history and an immersive crop-circle mystery