January: When local theatre digs deeper

From ‘Hooded’ to ‘Gloria’ to American Prom,’ substantive new plays tackle issue of race at theatres from Aurora to Denver to Colorado Springs

New Colorado Springs artistic leader on closing the empathy gap

Caitlin Lowans succeeds TheatreWorks founder Murray Ross knowing her appointment is both a responsibility and a gift

September in Colorado theatre: The fall season begins

As the fall theatre season begins in earnest, here are 10 intriguing titles to watch, and every Colorado company’s upcoming schedule

‘Mamma Mia’ marks Devine’s hair-raising return to the stage

The actor who made history with the Denver Center is back in Arvada after having created a popular, long-locked rock icon

Retrospective: Christopher Willard leaves Breckenridge Backstage

Difficult transition year in Summit County culminates with artistic director’s resignation after 13 years

‘The Cake’ at a time when they just won’t let them eat cake

For playwright Bekah Brunstetter, the real-life Colorado bakery case makes for a personal, not political play

Wonderbound moving to larger home in northeast Denver

The acclaimed collaborative dance company says the new space offers the potential of its first permanent home.

The death of Deb Note-Farwell: A drop rejoins the ocean

‘A real and permanent love’ helped transform a beloved musical-comedy queen into a bona fide dramatic actor

Video: 2018 Henry Awards

This video shows performance highlights from the 2018 Henry Awards, including excerpts from productions nominated for Outstanding Musical (above).

August in Colorado theatre: Get ‘On Your Feet,’ Boulder’s Fringe benefits

Last chance to see summer repertory theatre in the mountains while things are just warming up at a very busy Denver Center