The start of a new theatre season brings a fun twist: Husband and wife sharing a role in the Arvada Center’s ‘Tartuffe.’
“Miscast” is an opportunity for members of the local theatre community to play roles they would never … ever! … get cast to perform.
Colorado College will dedicate more than $20 million of its endowment for the ongoing support and long-term sustainability of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.
“You have selected the very best person for this job,” Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock says of new DCPA CEO Janice Sinden.
The first woman to run the DCPA oversaw 26 city of Denver departments with more than 11,000 employees and a budget of more than $1.5…
The venue essentially was built to accommodate ‘Phantom,’ called ‘the most successful theatrical event in Denver history.”
The Durango native and 13-year veteran of this popular one-man comedy is back at the Garner-Galleria Theatre through Aug. 28.
Tickets to more than 30 offerings from ‘Cabaret’ to ‘The Secret Garden’ will be made available to the public at 10 a.m. Monday.
Before ‘The Book of Will’ opens in January, go to Boulder and see the book that inspired the play.
The DCPA’s third annual year-long high-school playwriting program culminated with public performances of the winning play.