Broadway stars Jessie Mueller and Jarrod Spector to headline 2015 Saturday Night Alive

Jessie Mueller and Jarrod Spector, stars of the hit Broadway musical “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” will co-headliners the DCPA’s 2015 Saturday Night Alive fundraiser…

Photos: Blue Man Group paint Jefferson High School … blue

Three members of the Blue Man Group spent time on Friday visiting Jefferson High School, and they got a taste of what the non-verbal performers…

DCPA president Randy Weeks dies at London conference

Randy Weeks, who worked his way from the ground up to President of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, died today in London, DCPA…

Denver School of the Arts honors DCPA's Daniel L. Ritchie

The Denver School of the Arts’ Friends Foundation presented its annual Community Arts Leadership Award on Saturday to Daniel L. Ritchie, retiring CEO of the…

DSA students make remarkable, record donation to Denver Actors Fund

Jimmy Bruenger, a junior at Denver School of the Arts whose father died this month of a heart attack, surprised Denver Actors Fund founder John…

Introducing DCPA's groundbreaking News Center media outlet

There’s a new media outlet in town, and it is our very own. We call it Denver CenterStage, a vibrant new source for theatre coverage.…

Denver Sonnets Project this week features Academy married couple

The Denver Sonnets Project is making short films out of all 154 of Shakespeare’s sonnets. This week, Denver Center Theatre Academy married couple (and new…

Denver First Lady opens community theatre fest with a song

The 26th annual Colorado Community Theatre Coalition opened Thursday night with a welcome – and a song – from Denver First Lady Mary Louise Lee.

Academy students tangle with Sarah Ruhl's 'Eurydice' in Friday performances

The Denver Center Theatre Academy culminates a busy summer of programming tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 8) with public performances of Sarah Ruhl’s magical and engaging play…

Art and Artist: The Golden age of Larry Hecht

For Denver Center Head of Acting Larry Hecht, there isn’t another acting experience in the world like performing in the lobby of the Barth Hotel.