Luck comes in all shapes and sizes. For some people, luck is winning the grand prize in a raffle drawing. For others, it’s as simple as not spilling your coffee during an icy morning walk to work. For Aaron Vega, a local actor in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ The Other Josh Cohen, […]
While actor Gregory Treco is originally from the Bahamas, he spent some time in a colder climate when he attended Eaglecrest High School in Aurora, Colorado. Before Treco appeared on Broadway in Hamilton, he appeared in the DCPA Theatre Company’s 2015 world premiere of The 12. When in town, he sat down with Arts Journalist […]
In recent months, understudies and swings have been the backbone of theatre, confidently stepping into the limelight when the need arises. But for this understudy, Brian Bohlender, the limelight consisted of more than 66,000 fans in Mile High Stadium. Brian Bohlender is the understudy for the male roles in The Other Josh Cohen, a rock-n-roll […]
The hit musical Hamilton returns to Denver in February as part of a North American tour. The landmark show by Lin-Manuel Miranda is the rare winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for drama and the Tony Award for best musical — in 2016 Hamilton became the first show since Jonathan Larson’s Rent in 1996 to […]
Margot Bordelon directs the DCPA Theatre Company’s production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? She addressed the cast and crew on the first day of rehearsals by sharing her reflections on the play, its relevance to current issues and the questions she hopes they explore as a company. I remember the precise moment […]
Joel Ferrell is returning to Denver to direct The Other Josh Cohen in the Garner Galleria Theatre, so the NewsCenter tossed a few questions and he lobbed back answers like you would throw a well-packed snowball. DCPA: How would you describe the show in your own words? JOEL: The show is a celebration of […]
Harmony Livingston, who plays Katherine Plumber in Candlelight Dinner Playhouse’s regional premiere of Disney’s Newsies in Johnstown through Aug. 26, has performed regionally including Off-Broadway and in the San Francisco area.
‘Corduroy’ will feature familiar faces, from left: Kristina Fountaine, Jake Mendes, Kristen Adele and Jessica Robblee.
Sixth grader in ‘The Who’s Tommy’ has raised $13,000 to thank cancer doctors at Children’s Hospital Colorado