‘Daffodil’ tells the story of rebirth and new beginnings at the most commonplace of places: a restaurant.
‘Dark River’ is about how seemingly unimportant decisions can have a huge impact on the way people act and think.
Meet the first of our 10 student playwrights have been named semifinalists for our third annual statewide playwriting competition.
He opened his students to a life-changing experience when Westminster became the first high school to stage the DCPA’s immigration drama ‘Just Like Us.’
With Bruenger leading the way, the DSA Theatre Department has raised more than $10,000 for nonprofit charities.
From the DCPA to Denver School of the Arts to Golden to China, few had as big an impact on young people in 2015.
Nearly 5,000 students have experienced ‘Shakespeare in the Parking Lot’ this fall thanks to DCPA Education – and a broken-down farm truck.
As an actor, dancer, choreographer or teaching artist, Laurence Curry shatters creative boundaries wherever he sees them.
Actors from all of four current DCPA productions sang to raise money for The Denver Actors Fund and DCPA Education.
‘I don’t think I can have a conversation with Tom Tancredo,’ says the woman known as Marisela. ‘It’s just pure hate.”