Last year, Theatre Aspen was nominated for eight Henry Awards. This year, it won eight.
2016 is looking like Theatre Aspen’s year, what with 25 Henry Award nominations. That’s second only to the 27 nominations for the DCPA Theatre Company.
Benchmark plans an initial three-show season and a new-play festival: with a twist: Works in the sci-fi, fantasy and horror genres.
Matt Murphy chose to adapt the best-seller because he’s a producer – “and this is the best title in the history of mankind,” he said.
This fluid new theatregoing genre describes tales that are being told in new spaces where audiences are fully integrated into the storytelling.
The nation’s second-oldest Shakespeare festival is bucking the safe trend by offering up one of its most adventurous slates in years.
The DCPA Theatre Company again leads all companies with 27 nominations. The awards will be handed out on July 18.
Colorado’s representatives have already seen their lives fundamentally change since the May 26 Bobby G Awards in Denver.
The goal in creating the images you see throughout any DCPA Theatre Company theatre season is to bring raw, emotional characters to vivid life.
The awards ceremony was underscored by a powerful message of inclusion and human resilience.