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An illustration of a yellow cat with a hat that says "Alice", surrounded by the the bold text "in Wonderland".

Phamaly Theatre Company’s New Take on Wonderland

By Madison Stout, cast member and former DCPA Communications Coordinator After over a year of virtual programming, Phamaly Theatre Company returns to the stage with a world premiere adaptation of the beloved classic, Alice in Wonderland adapted by David Jacobi from the Lewis Carroll classic novel, featuring an original music soundtrack by Denver’s own experimental […]

ReelAbilities: Denver Film Festival Promotes Awareness and Appreciation of People with Different Disabilities Through Film 

The JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center is hosting the first ever Colorado-based ReelAbilities: Denver Film Festival from May 5-8, 2021. The entirely virtual festival includes diverse and thought-provoking films alongside supplemental content including discussions and panels by, for, and about people with various disabilities. To continue their dedication to inclusivity, the JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center will provide several accessibility features […]

Phamaly Theatre Company to present CoronaVox: Stories from the Front

Long-time DCPA partner and Denver’s premier disability-affirmative theatre, Phamaly Theatre Company, is proud to present CoronaVox: Stories from the Front – a compilation of original theatrical pieces created by Phamaly writers and actors. CoronaVox will be streaming from May 3 – 30 with single and household tickets available for one-week access.   Based on members of the […]

Phamaly’s BIG NIGHT! “The Show Must Go On!” Webathon

Phamaly Theatre Company, Denver’s premier disability-affirmative theatre, is hosting its first ever live-streamed virtual fundraiser

This year has come with many challenges, including the postponement of Phamaly’s summer musical and corresponding fundraiser featuring Alice in Wonderland, leading to a significant loss of revenue for the organization.

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