Sterling Prison Theatre. Photo courtesy DU Prison Arts Initiative

Prison theatre: Finding freedom and purpose in the power of making art

Nathan Ybanez has spent his life being watched with suspicion, hate and disgust – both before and after he was sentenced to life in prison at age 16. But for a few fleeting recent hours inside the maximum-security prison that has housed him for the past 20 years, the convicted killer from Douglas County was being […]


September in Colorado theatre: It all starts anew, and now

Everything by every company in the Colorado theatre community

Gallery 6 Immersive Retrospectacle 2019. Photo by John Moore.

Immersive theatre in Denver: ‘Tightrope shows are no fun if there is a net’

The 2019 Retrospectacle gathers local artists to celebrate growth of emerging art form

Daniel Lowenstein: Quiet man whose art spoke volumes

The son of legendary theatre producer Henry Lowenstein designed and painted theatre scenery over four decades

August theatre rages against the dying of summer sunlight

From One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest in a prison to Colorado’s first Bollywood comedy: August theatre is about to get very interesting.

Video playlist: Our coverage of the 2019 Henry Awards

Check back in the coming days as more videos fro the big night in Colorado theatre are added to this playlist.

Henry Awards are, oh what a beautiful evening for ‘Oklahoma!’

Fine Arts Center at Colorado College is honored with prestigious Outstanding Season award The Colorado Theatre Guild’s annual Henry Awards honored the breadth of work on stages all across the state on Monday night, but the wind whipping down the plain blew most strongly in the direction of the DCPA Theatre Company’s Oklahoma! The musical, […]

Meet six stirring stars of Colorado’s summer theatre community

Theatre companies around Colorado are made up some amazing human beings who are making the world a better place

BETC wins national grant to encourage youth, seniors to tell their stories

Dallas theatre company will come to Boulder to learn from Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s anti-bullying campaign