Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts Center’s Cultural Arts Education Institute announces El Teatro VolARTE’s production of It’s All Bueno, written by Sigrid Gilmer for Cornerstone Theatre Company and directed by Jose “Jozer” Guerrero.
Our colleagues at the Colorado Symphony along with our mutual sponsor, UCHealth, believe in the healing power of music. This past year has been challenging for so many, but none more so than those battling difficult diseases. Read more about their project to connect patients to the power of music.
We reached out to our incredible network of talented playwrights to get their advice on writing your first play. Here’s what three DCPA World Premiere playwrights had to say about tackling this monumental project.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is delighted to announce that Saturday Night Alive will return to the social calendar on June 12, 2021. The 40-year-old fundraiser has been entirely reconceived in order to adapt to restrictions on public gatherings due to continuing health and safety concerns.
We asked our social media followers what traditions they especially treasure at the theatre. Here are the top five (or six) reasons that draw people to the theatre year after year.
If you’re looking for uplifting music to fill your holiday season, look no further than our cultural colleague — Colorado Children’s Chorale.
Want to enliven the holidays? Look no further than these tips from DCPA Director of Education Patrick Elkins-Zeglarski who has mastered the art of celebration, collaboration, and creativity! If it works for a three-year-old, it can work for your family!
In 1991, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD) presented its inaugural production of Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum. What began as a story recounting global holiday traditions through dance is now — for the first time — being shared with audiences around the world.
At the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, we believe that live theatre is an irresistible force. We believe that a play has the power to engage people across differences and unite them in shared storytelling
Since 1952, the day after Thanksgiving has been considered the official start of the holiday shopping season, although the term “Black Friday” didn’t come into popular use for several decades. In 2005, the phrase “Cyber Monday” was first used to describe the increase in online shopping just days later.