2024: Shakespeare on Stage

Described by The Denver Post’s Lisa Kennedy as “arguably the Big Kahuna of Drama,” the Denver Center Theatre Company prepares for William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Helmed by DCTC Artistic Director Coleman, this haunting psychological revenge thriller appears in the Wolf Theatre Sept. 13-Oct 6, 2024. But Hamlet isn’t the only classic by the Bard to fill […]

5 Best TV Sketch Shows

The Second City: Comedian Rhapsody will bring all the laughs and comedic antics to DCPA’s Garner Galleria Theatre from July 17 through August 11. The Second City is a feat of skits and sketches that make audience members snicker. Since 1975, this show has been the number one source of comedy and has fueled the careers of well-known […]

A Witch’s Guide to Denver

There’s a little bit of magic everywhere if you know how to look for it. Fall under the spell of composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz’s Wicked, coming to the Mile High City July 24 and running until August 25 at the Buell Theatre. The production is a loose retelling of author Gregory Maguire’s 1995 novel, […]

Saturday Night Alive Supports Masterclass with Tony Award-Winning LaChanze

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ annual gala, Saturday Night Alive, was held on June 8, 2024. Saturday Night Alive serves as a fundraiser for DCPA theatre and education programs. Since its inception, the event has raised more than $23 million to support locally produced plays, onsite acting classes, and educational programs. Each year, […]

Area Anniversaries Worth Attending

Colorado is always bursting with new attractions, organizations, and events — and we’re fortunate that our citizens support them with attendance and enthusiasm. The miners, merchants and other settlers who streamed into Colorado quickly established centers of arts and culture, building an opera house in 1878 and forming a symphony in 1892. Many other institutions […]

Fun in the Colorado Sun

This year, summer officially runs from June 20 through September 19, which means that Denver will see approximately 70 days of sunshine. While that won’t quite live up to the PR-spin that the railroads used to attract visitors in the late 1800s, it is more than enough to lure the locals to step outside and […]

Celebrate Frozen With a Sweet Cold Treat

We’re pretty sure Elsa loves ice cream. Escape the heat of summer when Frozen comes back to the Denver stage (June 19-July 3, 2024). Another great way to cool off? Ice cream, and plenty of it. Thanks to the delicious trend of high-end ice cream parlors, the Mile High City has no lack of options. […]

Judi Wolf: One Singular Sensation

Let’s set the stage. It’s opening night in the Buell Theatre. Two thousand eight hundred people are taking their seats to see the next big Broadway hit. And then it happens. Heads swivel. Crowds part. Whispers of “Who is that?” begin. Enter Judi Wolf, stage right. Opening night after opening night the same reaction occurs. […]

Brain Freeze: Colorado’s Guide to All Things Ice

Disney’s Frozen may only be in town for a limited time, but there’s no shortage of sparkly frozen spectacles in the Centennial State. From holiday extravaganzas to castles to year-round ice skating, here are some of our favorite places so that — when it comes to the Frozen vibe — you don’t have to sing […]

80-Year-Old Rose Reblooms as Camp Amache is Reborn

There are hundreds of rosebushes blooming in the Denver Botanic Gardens, but rarely has one bloomed in a more timely manner. On Friday, May 17, a ceremony was held to designate the Amache National Historic Site in southeastern Colorado as part of the National Park System. Over the following weekend, a pink rose bloomed for […]