“This is about building an ecology of cooperation and mutual support that will benefit local theatres and the livelihoods of actors alike.”
“It’s a play about friendship, about brotherhood and sisterhood, and love and loss. So it felt like a great story for theatre and of theatre.”
She was co-Artistic Director of Miners Alley Playhouse, President of Denver Actors Fund and a longtime contributor to non-profit community
The off-site, immersive experience will take place in a 16,000-square-foot warehouse with a largely local ensemble.
Eliminating common mistakes is one theme she will be addressing at her April 27 seminar through DCPA Educaton.
New Shakespeare After-Fest party planned for downtown residents and employees from 4-7 p.m. in the open-air Galleria.
DCPA Education offers developing actors the opportunity to perform in a fully staged production
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Today, we dive deeper into a report by the National Endowment for the Arts that found Coloradans attend theatre at a higher rate than the…