Tickets for “The Book of Mormon,” both on Broadway and for the start of the national tour in Denver, have been tough to get. But now, each night 24 lucky fans will get front row seats.
Two popular restaurants on Broadway are closed after city of Denver inspectors say the building which houses them isn’t safe.
If you’re looking for that special something to connect our history with our future, try antiquing on for size.
One of the best movies, and arguably the greatest movie musical of all time, is “Singin’ in the Rain.”
“The Drowsy Chaperone” is a tribute to American musicals of the 1920s and 1930s. It’s stylish, stylized, and a lot of fun.
Englewood police are expected to release more information Friday about a man who was shot and killed by police on Thursday night.
Forty-four years ago “Hair” premiered and captured the heart of Broadway. Time and tastes passed the rock musical by for a time, but now it’s back with new energy.
It’s usually the case that big Broadway musical productions tour, not plays. Plays usually wind up making their way through Middle America through regional and local theaters. But Moody says there should be an exception with War Horse.
Even though it’s only half way through the 2011 theater season for the Denver Center for Performing Arts, it’s never too early to plan ahead to what you want to see next year.
A little bit of Broadway is coming to Colorado for a great cause as a play is raising much-needed money for some Denver seniors.