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The cast in Phamaly's production of Annie. Photo by Michael Ensminger

DCPA and Phamaly extend collaboration to Queens

For nearly 30 years, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) and Phamaly have been like peanut butter and jelly — better together. In addition to hosting its annual summer production and providing rehearsal space, the DCPA also collaborates with Phamaly to offer classes specifically welcoming to individuals with disabilities, with increased flexibility for accommodations. Now, through an online platform, these sessions can be extended to other disability-affirmative companies.

THANKSGIVING PLAY. CURIOUS THEATRE. Photo by Michael Ensminger(1)

Giving thanks: Colorado theatre is bountiful in November

Curious Theatre gives rare voice to indigenous female playwright while Phamaly offers first festival for writers with disabilities

Photos from Phamaly Theatre Company’s 30th anniversary gala concert

Acclaimed Denver troupe celebrates three decades of providing performance opportunities for disabled actors

Phamaly celebrates 30 years of opening doors for disabled actors

Lucy Roucis goes straight from surgery to the stage: Just another triumphant story in Phamaly’s three decades of lore

Alex Rosenthal and Michael Morgan in the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company's production of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.' Photo by Michael Ensminger.

May in Colorado theatre: Phamaly turns 30 with retro concerts

Landmark company for disabled actors will celebrate milestone birthday with retrospective concerts at three locations