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Goodnight Moon. DCPA Education. Photo by John Moore.

Creatively, Denver Center is again shooting for the ‘Moon’

‘We are fully bringing all of our artistry to bear to deliver this story at the very highest level’ Last week’s opening rehearsal for Goodnight Moon, DCPA Education’s third annual Theatre for Young Audiences offering, looked very much like the opening rehearsal for any DCPA Theatre Company offering: All the heavy hitters were there. The […]

Firehouse Theatre Three Tall Women. Photo credit_ Meghan Ralph_Soular Radiant Photography

Thoughts on Edward Albee and his ‘Three Tall Women’

Firehouse Theater production brings you fact to face with … yourself

Michael Schantz and Marianna McClellan in A DOLL'S HOUSE_Photo by Adams VisCom

‘A Doll’s House’: The door slam heard ’round the world still reverberates

Why is a sequel to Ibsen’s feminist classic relevant in 2019? ‘Because the world moves at a glacial pace’

Lianne Marie Dobbs and Andrea Goss in INDECENT_Photo by Adams VisCom

Indulge in the emancipated pleasures of ‘Indecent’

Paula Vogel’s surprisingly modern play looks back at shocking theatrical scandal from a century ago

Janice Sinden Saturday Night Alive. Photo by Amanda Tipton

Janice Sinden is named an ‘Outstanding Woman in Business’

The DCPA’s President and CEO was chosen from among 350 nominees and 36 finalists.

Sterling Prison Theatre. Photo courtesy DU Prison Arts Initiative

Prison theatre: Finding freedom and purpose in the power of making art

Nathan Ybanez has spent his life being watched with suspicion, lust and disgust – both before and after he was sentenced to life in prison at age 16. But for a few fleeting recent hours inside the maximum-security prison that has housed him for the past 20 years, the convicted killer from Douglas County was […]

Andrea Goss and Lianne Marie Dobbs_Photo by Adams VisCom

Video: The inside story behind Denver Center’s ‘Indecent’

‘It will be like a lot of plays you have seen – and unlike anything you have seen.’