A 'Gentleman's Guide' to the DCPA's 2015-16 Broadway season

Season to include ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder,’ ‘If/Then,’ ‘Matilda,’ ‘Newsies,’ ‘Beautiful,’ ‘Murder For Two’ and ‘A Christmas Story.’

DCPA to launch national tour of 'If/Then' in October

The national tour of the Broadway musical ‘If/Then,’ which was named best musical of 2014 by New York Magazine, will launch in Denver in October…

AEG Live presents Bill Cosby; Saturday shows not related to DCPA

Independent presenter AEG Live has rented the Buell Theatre from the City of Denver for the Bill Cosby engagement on Saturday. The DCPA is not…

2015 Summit to introduce inaugural Local Playwrights Slam

The DCPA THeatre Company will expand its commitment to Colorado storytelling with the inaugural Local Playwrights’ Slam during the 2015 Colorado New Play Summit.

Shelly Bordas' final message to theatre community: 'Love rules out'

Actor Shelly Bordas, whose defiant battle against cancer galvanized the Colorado theatre community and beyond, has died more than five years after her initial diagnosis.…

Sale of building will close LIDA Project's performance space

The Laundry on Lawrence was home to several area small theatre companies. The theatre closes for good with Sunday’s performance of Maya Productions’ “Reason.”

Denver's Beth Malone returning to Broadway in 'Fun Home'

Beth Malone, who just starred in the Theatre Company’s “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” will appear in “Fun Home” when that groundbreaking new musical debuts on…

Allison Watrous named DCPA's Director of Education

Allison Watrous has been named the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Director of Education, Theatre Company Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson announced today.

Kent Haruf: The complete final interview

In his final interview, with the DCPA’s John Moore, Kent Haruf said of his new book: “In some ways it felt as if it was…

2014 True West Award: Norrell Moore

The True West Awards will honor 30 achievements in local theatre, one per day for 30 days. No. 1: Norrell Moore of Town Hall’s “Anything…