There have been a lot of changes in the world since “Pippin” first premiered on Broadway in 1972. And those changes are now reflected in the show itself.
The Dance Theatre of Harlem is bringing a new type of ballet to Denver for one night only.
The hit musical “The Book of Mormon” opened its first national tour in Denver, and it’s coming back this fall.
Frank Abagnale turned his life as a globetrotting teenaged con-man into a book and a movie. Now it’s a Broadway musical coming to Denver.
Free tickets to concerts and shows provided to Mayor Michael Hancock’s office intended to be used for business development and marketing have been going to his inner circle, staff members, cabinet members and friends since Hancock took office, according to a CBS4 investigation.
“Memphis” opened Tuesday at the Buell Theater as a best musical Tony winner that flew in under the radar and CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody gave it a review.
It’s a story about love, family and being who you are. No matter how much you may have to change what you are — to become who you are — on stage.
From “All The Fine Young Cannibals” to “Zorro, The Gay Blade” and “The Godfather Part III,” George Hamilton has had a varied career on the big screen. He’s also worked extensively in TV and live theater.
A cocktail reception has been set up benefit The Cunningham Foundation in the memory of Noel Cunningham, a popular Denver restaurateur who died in early December.
One of the stars of “Billy Elliot” has not only graced the Broadway stage but that of Heritage High School in Littleton as well.