At Denver’s Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, teachers are using the Cinderella story as a way to introduce young students to theater and get them acquainted with literature from around the world.
Longtime Denver singing sensation Hazel Miller is a big Motown fan.
Comedian Bill Cosby performed in Pueblo on Friday night against a backdrop of growing allegations that he sexually assaulted more than a dozen women over a period of years, most recently in 2008.
Members of the Blue Man Group visited a Colorado high school on Friday.
Pippin first hit Broadway in 1972 as a musical with a story about finding yourself.
The touring production of the Broadway musical “Chicago” is in Denver and one of the lead actresses visited a local high school, and drew upon her Mexican heritage to inspire students.
The highly-acclaimed show “Million Dollar Quartet” will open in Denver next week with the spotlight on one performer famous for his rattling the keys on the piano.
A new Denver Center for the Performing Arts show is based on a legendary moment in rock ‘n’ roll. “Million Dollar Quartet” opens at the Buell Theatre on Feb. 25 for a two week run.
In an unprecedented move, Denver Center Attractions and the Book of Mormon have announced that the Tony Award winning show will return to Denver in the Ellie Caulkins Opera House next August for five weeks.
For out-of-staters visiting Colorado relatives for the holidays or those just flocking to the Mile High City from other parts of the state, there’s plenty to do and see during Thanksgiving weekend.