HAMILTON Public On Sale July 9

PERFORMANCES OCTOBER 16-NOVEMBER 24 | BUELL THEATRE Producer Jeffrey Seller and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts announced today that single tickets for HAMILTON go on sale to the public July 9 at 10 a.m. MT, online at hamilton.denvercenter.org or by phone at 303.893.4100. HAMILTON returns to the Buell Theatre October 16-November 24, 2024, […]


So a friend says, “Hey, let’s go out tonight to this thing in a shipping container. I don’t know what it is, but it’s in the dark and supposed to be really cool and there’s something about a séance. I dunno…” You want me to go where to do what…in the DARK?  Yep. We get […]

Brain Freeze: Colorado’s Guide to All Things Ice

Disney’s Frozen may only be in town for a limited time, but there’s no shortage of sparkly frozen spectacles in the Centennial State. From holiday extravaganzas to castles to year-round ice skating, here are some of our favorite places so that — when it comes to the Frozen vibe — you don’t have to sing […]

80-Year-Old Rose Reblooms as Camp Amache is Reborn

There are hundreds of rosebushes blooming in the Denver Botanic Gardens, but rarely has one bloomed in a more timely manner. On Friday, May 17, a ceremony was held to designate the Amache National Historic Site in southeastern Colorado as part of the National Park System. Over the following weekend, a pink rose bloomed for […]

Camille and Connor pose in the center of the 2024 nominees for Lead Performance. They are all wearing black formal wear.

A Night to Remember for Colorado High School Theatre

On May 17, the Buell Theatre was packed to the gills with students and educators, plus their family and friends from across the state of Colorado. The lobby doors opened and flooded the space with activity for a special red carpet, welcoming high school theatre programs to the annual Bobby G High School Musical Theatre […]

Nature and Norway: Costume Designer Christopher Oram On Disney’s Frozen

When Disney Theatrical Group decided to adapt the animated film Frozen for the Broadway stage, they enlisted a team with more than just stellar theatrical bona fides. Not only do they have a collective 16 Tony Awards®, but they also have art and design in their bones. When it came time to design the sets […]

An Incredible Team Envisions Impossible Things

Finally, after years of school, school and, yep, more school, Alex is graduating. There’s just one little problem…Alex doesn’t have a clue what’s next. But not knowing what your future holds is no reason not to celebrate. Instead, audiences are invited to join Alex for a graduation party when The Catamounts, in collaboration with Hanzon […]

A line of students in costume raise their clasped hands as they take a bow at the DPS Shakespeare Festival

Prepping for Shakespeare: A First-Hand Account of the DPS Shakespeare Festival

Former Rocky Mountain News Theatre Critic Lisa Bornstein and current fourth grade math teacher at Polaris Elementary School gives her first-hand account of her school’s participation in the 40th annual DPS Shakespeare Festival. It was 10am on Friday, April 26 when downtown Denver’s Skyline Park came alive with Roman senators, harlequins, a living brick wall […]

An older gentleman reads a newspaper. He's seated on a stack of wooden boxes, stacked on top of a wooden table.

Director Margot Bordelon on The Lehman Trilogy

Two months into the pandemic, in May of 2020, I began reading Yuval Noah Harari’s Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind. The book traces 70,000 years of human development, beginning with the dawn of modern cognition, to the development of nomadic societies, the advent of agriculture, to the building of ancient empires, and finally, inevitably, the creation […]