The acclaimed performer will appear in ‘Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill’ from Oct. 28-30 in the Jones Theatre.
“This is a high-energy, family friendly, sweet show filled with fantastic music that truly brings an audience to their feet.”
“Emily has been an incredibly productive, talented and collaborative coordinator, curator and then leader within the Denver Center” – Kent Thompson
Colorado Springs TheatreWorks is staging Nick Payne’s new play about love in many dimensions and universes.
Thursday’s performance was unable to be staged because of technical difficulties involving the automation of the main set structure.
Two hundred tons of concrete have been hauled off. That’s equal to 400 grand pianos, 30 elephants or nearly 3,000 people.
A controversial new play, to be read in Denver on Sept. 15, asks big questions. Like: Who gets to decide where art belongs?
The Phantom talks about the appeal and longevity of the show; his time on TV’s ‘The Voice,’ and his wife’s connection to Peyton Manning.
It is believed the Denver East graduate will become the only Artistic Director in a wheelchair leading a major American theatre company.
The Evergreen native, well-known to audiences of Denver’s Curious Theatre, says it will be huge for him to perform at the DCPA.