National Read a Book Day is September 6 and we’re celebrating by looking back at our storied history (pun intended) of producing and presenting books that have been adapted for the stage. How many of these productions from the past ten years have you seen? Do you have any favorites we didn’t include? Let us know on social media!
Richard Barth returns to Colorado in ‘Les Misérables,’ hoping his success serves as an inspiration for other aspiring artists.
An urchin-like, thirtysomething Denver actress makes her pitch to play the boy who gets shot at the barricade in the touring production of ‘Les Misérables.’
With each new issue of Applause Magazine, we offer readers an original crossword puzzle related to our current shows. Here is the most recent.
Hugo’s epic masterpiece returns to Denver bringing larger-than-life characters that are becoming more and more uncommon in our modern world
Stars announced; tickets for the first national touring production in Denver go on sale at 11 a.m. Friday, June 8.
She played Eponine in Castle View High School’s ‘Les Misérables.’ The celebration of Colorado student musical theatre is May 24.
Take a deeper dive with the star of ‘The Who’s Tommy,’ who sees Tommy as a boy ‘looking at life through the wrong end of…
Director promises the only harm that may come from watching this world-premiere comedy is a busted gut
Stars of Denver Center’s upcoming staging of The Who’s iconic musical lend voices to Denver Actors Fund at Alamo