Make lots of memories with your family this season and enjoy one of these great ways to celebrate the holidays in Denver.
It’s one of the great traditions of the holidays in the Mile High City- the Colorado Ballet presents The Nutcracker.
Denver has a tremendous variety of places to see and enjoy dance. Don’t miss these wonderful companies that allow you to transport yourself to the amazing world of classic and modern ballet.
Even after a century of performances, it’s still one of the most beloved stories for all ages. Now, Peter Pan can become a way for your entire family to discover the magic of dance.
This is the 50th anniversary season of the Colorado Ballet. The season-long celebration concludes with performances of Romeo and Juliet, which is a favorite of CBS4′s Critic at Large Greg Moody.
Lace up your toe shoes and head to the Colorado Ballet. Well, maybe wear your regular shoes and watch a professional ballerina, or two, dance in their toe shoes. CBS4′s Critic at Large Greg Moody shows us how to enjoy the Colorado Ballet.
No matter what kind of dance you enjoy, watching a performance on stage can take your breath away. Here are some of Denver’s best places to enjoy dance.
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