The Denver Center’s new development initiative, called Powered By Off-Center, drew 56 submissions from local artists
2018 marks the end of the metro area’s second consecutive 10-year run of David Sedaris’ caustic holiday comedy about a bitterly funny Macy’s elf
Off-Center’s ‘Bite-Size: An Evening of Micro Theatre’ is five original short plays and performance pieces by Colorado artists to be performed through Nov. 18 at BookBar in north Denver.
In today’s guest column, the Marginalia playwright honors the teacher who gave him his voice
In this guest column, featured playwright Edith Weiss talks about how her upbringing informed her thoughtful ‘Bite-Size’ featured play, ‘Holy Couch’
The local creators of the five featured short pieces offer some insight for audiences who will go on the “micro journey” starting October 23
The field of 12 Colorado actors includes familiar faces along with both local luminaries and fresh faces making their Denver Center debuts
Exciting news: Off-Center is now seeking proposals from local artists for a new residency program called Powered By Off-Center. Colorado artists of all disciplines are invited to submit a proposal for some kind of live theatrical performance they would like to develop.
Five ‘Bite-Size’ selections will be presented at BookBar along with a reading series featuring 12 additional finalists
Don’t even think of it as theatre. Think of it as a 2 1/2-mile live art experience and guided audio tour of the unobserved.