First Look: Rubicon

Overflowing with intrigue and wit, Rubicon is an engaging portrait of an unsung heroine and the sacrifices she makes to change the course of the war. It addresses the stigma attached to choosing professional determination and personal agency over traditional gender expectations. It’s a work that’s suspenseful, alluring, and surprising all at once. Take a look at […]

Maggie Bofill holds one hand on her hip and a microphone in the other while standing in the middle of a colorful courtyard. There is an elaborate spread of food on a table behind her, and Stephanie Machado, Danielle Alonzo, and Luis Vega sit watching her.

Local Theatres Producing New Work

Denver residents are lucky to be immersed in art, living in the cultural hub of the Rocky Mountain West. Walking downtown, you pass performing arts stages, music venues, art museums, historical sites, cultural organizations, and so much more. A rarity in cities in recent years is the growth and support of small, local theatres. However, […]

Martinis: Stirred, Not Shaken

If the martini is famous for one thing, it’s James Bond. Martinis have become synonymous with seduction and espionage. In the Denver Center Theatre Company production of Rubicon, which tells the story of sultry spy Betty Pack, it’s easy to imagine her sitting at a bar to lure in her next target. Legs crossed, stilettos […]

An actor in a DCPA Education voice over class wears headphones and smiles

The Wonderful World of Voiceover

Cartoon superheros, talking cleaning bottles, instructional videos, the audiobook version of that best seller, and even some of the questions heard on the radio — these are all done by voiceover artists. “It can be so very broad. I think of voiceover as being anytime you hear a voice without the face of the person […]

Prepare for a Trip Out of this World at THE INFINITE

Have you ever wanted to take a trip to space without having to train for years to be an astronaut and without spending millions of dollars? Now you can! Prepare to step into the beyond in the next DCPA Off-Center immersive experience, Space Explorers: THE INFINITE. To capture footage for Space Explorers: THE INFINITE, Felix […]

Lloyd Thaxton dances with a guest

From Politics to Play: How 1960s TV Influenced Hairspray

From the 1940s to 1970, American television was comprised of three major networks — ABC, NBC and CBS. It was there that Americans turned for their news and entertainment. In every household across the country, families tuned into their one television set to watch programs together. Then, the next morning, people literally gathered around the […]

Never Underestimate the Power of a Student Matinee

Coloradan Christy Oberndorf is proudly touring the country with Hairspray, and it all started when her elementary school took a trip to the former Country Dinner Playhouse to see Frosty the Snowman. Christy grew up in Aurora, Colorado and did not come from a family of performers, so it really was a student matinee that […]

Shrek Coloring Pages

Whether you grew up watching Shrek or are introducing your kids to the hilarious Shrek The Musical, these coloring pages are for you. All the iconic characters, including Fiona, Donkey, Puss in Boots, and Shrek (of course) are all here. Does your version of Shrek have green ogres or…maybe purple? Click the icons below to […]

Make IKEA a Destination, Like the Cebollas Sisters

IKEA is massively recognizable, not just by name or furniture style, but by the enormous (usually blue, gray, and yellow) warehouses located in the middle of shopping districts and cities. Even in the Denver Center Theatre Company’s production of Cebollas, the three road-tripping sisters comment on the store, wondering if they can squeeze a visit […]