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.
Consider trying a little something new and adding one of these fun events to your family holiday entertainment.
The movie “Sister Act” was a hit in the early 1990s, and despite changes that were made when it was brought to the stage, the musical that’s currently running in Denver has a lot to love.
The box office started Monday with 56,000 “The Book of Mormon” tickets to sell. By the close of business on Monday they only had 18,000 tickets left.
Mary Poppins is a popular stage production that’s being performed in Denver this week, and a real-life nanny shared her thoughts on the show with CBS4.
When in NYC last summer, I had the pleasure of seeing the Broadway production. And, last night, I experienced the gift of seeing this show one more time, as Mary Poppins opened at the Buell Theatre,” writes a real-life nanny who provided a review of “Mary Poppins The Musical”
“The devil is in the details” might just be the motto for the prop master of “Mary Poppins” the musical.
The classic Broadway production of Mary Poppins returns to the Denver stage with the musically expanded version.
Over the past 60 years, while many have tried, only one actor has brought the “Lincoln” of our literature alive, and CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody got a one-on-one interview with Hal Holbrook.