A Chorus Line Reimagined: Phamaly’s take on a Broadway classic

This summer, Phamaly Theatre Company, in partnership with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, is presenting a unique production of the musical A Chorus Line. Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Phamaly’s decision to stage this dance-heavy show marks a significant milestone. Artistic Director Ben Raanan explained that the show had been a long-held ambition for […]

The exterior of The Stanley Hotel

Parapsychology: The Hunt for Ghosts

“I’m one of the few people who won’t say, ‘Well, I grew up in a haunted house. I didn’t grow up in a haunted house,” says ghost hunter Bryan Bonner. Bonner is explaining how he ended up working on the Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society, which investigates claims of ghosts and other unexplained activity across […]

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What’s So Funny? Denver’s Comedy Scene

From the archives: this article was originally published on October 10, 2022 Who couldn’t use a good laugh these days? Denver has a robust calendar of hilarious standup and other comedy performances. Whether you’re planning a date night, bachelorette fun, or just want to try something new, there is probably a showcase that will tickle […]

Make a Day of It in Denver’s RiNo

Make a day of it in RiNo when you attend the immersive experience DARKFIELD. Located in The Bird Lot, DARKFIELD is near many restaurants and stores to fill your afternoon and evening with entertainment. Click below to find what you’re looking for: BREWERIES AND BARS RESTAURANTS SHOPPING BREWERIES AND BARS: DEATH & CO DENVER | […]

Immerse Yourself in Denver’s Best Immersive Experiences

If you’re vacationing in Denver or simply looking for something out of the ordinary, you might consider an immersive experience. But what is an “immersive experience”? Simply put, it’s being surrounded by and part of an experience. An escape room is a type of immersive experience and Denver has plenty of those. VR, or virtual […]

Jessica Austgen performing Improv

The Art of Play

We live in fast paced, non-stop culture where we often forget to pause, take stalk of our lives, and make sure to throw a little “me” time in between the hustle and bustle of our everyday activities.

Carolee Carmello To Star in the National Tour of KIMBERLY AKIMBO

CAROLEE CARMELLO to star in the National Tour of 2023 Tony Award-Winning Best Musical KIMBERLY AKIMBO Book & Lyrics by Tony and Pulitzer Prize-Winner David Lindsay-Abaire Music by Tony Award-Winner Jeanine Tesori Based on the play by David Lindsay-Abaire Choreographed by Danny Mefford Directed by Tony Award nominee Jessica Stone The producers of KIMBERLY AKIMBO […]

Boq pushes Nessarose in her wheelchair. She is smiling widely with her arms outstretched, glittering silver shoes on her feet.

Wicked: Overture to History

Reprinted by permission of Wicked Elphaba’s story in Wicked is a timeless one: a woman who fights for what she believes is right is attacked by society, branded “dangerous” and “evil.” There are hundreds, if not thousands, of women throughout history who have dared to challenge the laws of their day in their pursuit of […]

Why Is DIA So Creepy?

The Bird Lot, home to DCPA Off-Center’s newest immersive experience DARKFIELD, encloses three white shipping containers, each with large black letters on the sides. One reads SÉANCE, one reads FLIGHT, and the last reads COMA. They’re a bit mysterious, not revealing any secrets as to what might be inside. We’ll let you in on one […]

Christmas in July: Seven Productions on Sale July 25

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) announces today that Christmas is coming early with seven productions on sale Thursday, July 25, with special deals on each through the end of July. Productions will include the seasonal tradition A Christmas Carol, the energizing national tours of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical and Mannheim […]