Joie N. Lê photo by John Moore. Miss Saigon

Viêt Nam adoptee Joie N. Lê on her lifetime search for identity

Littleton mother’s lifetime search for her identity has taken surprising twists and turns

Miss Saigon Broadway

What you need to know about Việt Nam, then and now

The historical context behind Việt Nam war, and a look at the country’s cultural reach today.

Tri Ma. Miss Saigon. Photo by John Moore.

Tri Ma’s mother ‘was the Harriet Tubman of our family’

There’s only one way to describe Tri Ma’s mother. She’s a rock star,’ said the son of a woman who helped dozens escape Viêt Nam

Denver’s Nga Vuong-Sandoval. Photo credit_ Dave Russell at Buffalo Heart Images

Nga Vuong-Sandoval: ‘I want people to know how proud we are to be Viêtnamese’

EDITOR’S NOTE: Miss Saigon, inspired by the opera Madame Butterfly, tells one very specific story of the Vietnam War. It does not attempt to convey the breadth of the Asian American experience then or since. The DCPA NewsCenter has compiled a series of real-life stories of Asian Americans from vastly different backgrounds and countries of […]

Carol Krueger

DCPA’s Carol Krueger wins national award for accessibility initiatives

Kennedy Center honor acknowledges Denver Center’s ongoing efforts to enhance theatregoing for people with disabilities

Alamo Drafthouse Westminster. Photo by John Moore.

Five fun facts about Alamo’s new movie house in Westminster

Colorado’s third location takes on a ‘Metropolis’ theme and features all reclining seats with footrests

JULIET WITTMAN. Stocker's Kitchen. Photo by Zach Andrews

Juliet Wittman spills the beans about new novel ‘Stocker’s Kitchen’

Westword theatre critic brings her debut novel to Tattered Cover on May 13 Westword theatre critic and now novelist Juliet Wittman has never worked in a kitchen, and yet her favorite stories always seem to have something to do with food. On an ordinary Lyft ride just last week, Wittman’s innocuous comment about the weather […]

2019 DPS Shakespeare Festival. Parade. Photo by John Moore

Some are born great, others achieve greatness at the DPS Shakespeare Festival

Here are some of the characters we met off the stage at the nation’s largest student Shakespeare festival

Hattitude’s roots run back to regal tradition of ‘Crowns’

Celebration of African-American church hats birthed a tradition that supports women’s voices in American theatre