Improvised Shakespeare Photo by David Lenk.

What’s in a name? For The Improvised Shakespeare Company, lots of laughs

Where is a look at some of the funniest show titles (so far)

Improvised Shakespeare Opening Night in Denver. Randall Harr, Ross Bryant, Brendan Dowling, Blaine Swen and Josh Logan. Photo by John Moore

The Improvised Shakespeare Company is off and punning in Denver

EDITOR’S NOTE: Wednesday night was the opening of The Improvised Shakespeare Company’s extended engagement at the Denver Center’s Garner Galleria Theatre. Each performance produces a full, invented, one-time-only play based on an audience suggestion. With the Denver Improv Festival coming up in November, we asked Interim Artistic Director and longtime DCPA Teaching Artist Jessica Austgen […]

Meet the smarty pantaloons behind ‘Improvised Shakespeare’

How a single audience suggestion leads to improv comedy gold that is equal party silly, sharp and impressively stupid

2018-19 Broadway season: 'Dear Evan Hansen,' Betty Buckley as Dolly and more

Highly anticipated 2017 Best Musical opens Sept. 25; legendary Buckley to find empty lap in Denver as the iconic Dolly Levi.

2017 True West Award: Meridith and Gary Grundei

If life is an unpainted canvas, then the Grundeis are evidence that life is also a not-yet-traveled highway.

Cast list: Look who's been invited to 'The Wild Party'

The 360-degree staging of Michael John LaChiusa’s jazz musical will run Oct. 11-31 at Stanley Marketplace with an all-local cast.

2015 True West Awards: Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin

As curators of the Denver Center’s alternative programming series called Off-Center, they get to explore the DCPA’s wild side.