A land acknowledgement is a traditional practice of many Native nations that has been used for centuries. Land acknowledgements are increasingly used by Native and non-Native individuals and groups to recognize Indigenous Peoples as the original stewards of the lands upon which we now reside.
by Nate Lemming Recently, Denver local and self-described “recovering attorney and digital nomad” Nate Hake reached out to the NewsCenter. He included the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in his roundup of the best things to do in Denver and wanted us to know. And while we are truly grateful, the real clincher was […]
Colorado Poet Laureate Bobby LeFebre is offering words of poetic inspiration for the people of Colorado through the COVID-19 crisis: Love in the time of Corona Today, my love, let the crackle of the world burning outside our door be the music we slow-dance to. Let us unclench our raised fists to make space for […]
Denver Center enters second year of fostering the work of local playwrights
One-night only event helps Denver Actors Fund, Broadway Cares at Hard Rock Cafe
‘They give because theatre has the power to change lives, open hearts and minds to new ideas – and remind us of our humanity’
Stunning new $70 million addition to Colorado Springs landscape transforms city, draws 200,000 visitors
Aladdin, The Lion King, In the Heights and West Side Story are all planning big-screen adaptations in the next two years It’s true that musicals have risen in popularity in recent years, and that Broadway theater attendance is at an all-time high. Movies such as The Greatest Showman, Beauty and the Beast and La La […]
With each new issue of Applause Magazine, we offer readers an original crossword puzzle related to our current shows. Here is the most recent.
Candlelight Dinner Playhouse has just opened the Colorado premiere of ‘Newsies’ in Johnstown, located about 45 miles north of Denver. Garland Photography. Up north: Newsies. In Denver: Phamaly, Mixed Taste, Les Misérables, Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man You say theatre slows down in the summertime? Pshaw. Across Colorado, you have a whopping 80 theatregoing […]