Celebrate Father’s Day with a small sampling of some larger-than-life theatre dads.
On Wednesday, June 3, the Colorado Theatre Guild announced nominations for its 15th annual Henry Awards. Established in 2006 and named for longtime local theatre producer Henry Lowenstein, the awards honor outstanding achievement by performers, artists and producing companies throughout the state.
Goodwill project’s available online classes span acting to Reiki
Note: In this daily series, we are taking a deeper dive into the nine titles recently announced on the DCPA Theatre Company’s 2020-21 season. In the video above, DCPA Theatre Company Artistic Director Chris Coleman talks about Edward Albee’s ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ ‘It is like a brilliant, dazzling, funny train wreck’ Written by: […]
‘Kate Slaughterback is a woman the world wasn’t quite ready for’
‘To be a woman in theatre is an act of revolution’
‘I wake up in the morning excited to get to work at a theatre’ To mark International Women’s Day this month – and to call attention to the many perhaps unexpected theatre careers off the stage, we are asking six of the many women who work, play and make magic here at the Denver Center […]
Efforts will counter shortage in facial protection for medical professionals and patients “Shoulder-to-Shoulder but 6 Feet Apart,” the Denver Center’s costuming artisans are busy answering the national call for crafty Americans to create desperately needed medical masks that are in short supply at hospitals and medical clinics because of the COVID-19 pandemic. When it became […]
Philanthropist believed ‘giving has to be part of all of our lives’
‘There are thousands of plays about white families, so there’s room for thousands of plays about black families too’