Mayor's Chief Of Staff Takes Over DCPADenver Mayor Michael Hancock's chief of staff will take over as the president and CEO of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Determination Brings 'Beautiful' To Denver StageSometimes it takes patience and determination to bring something "Beautiful" to the stage.
‘Sweet & Lucky’ Offers Immersive Theatre ExperienceThe Denver Center Theatre Company has extended the run on its immersive theatre experience called “Sweet & Lucky”.
'Beautiful' Is About Much More Than Carole King"Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" is a show with four stories-- not just centering on the singer-songwriter but how the music of the time was created.
'Hamilton' Coming To Denver Next SeasonThe biggest show on Broadway in decades is coming to the Buell Theatre.
DCPA Makes Bet With Performing Arts In CharlotteThe Denver Center for the Performing Arts has a lot riding on the Super Bowl. The DCPA bet the Blumenthal Performing Arts and Children's Theater in Charlotte the Denver Broncos would win on Sunday.
The Late David Bowie Had Plenty Of Ties To ColoradoThe memorial is growing at David Bowie's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The groundbreaking entertainer died over the weekend after battle with cancer for more than a year, and it seems he had some strong Colorado ties.
'Tribes' Testing New Caption Technology To Expand AudienceThe show "Tribes" has become so popular, the Denver Center Theatre Company has added another show this Sunday.
'Tribes' Makes Us Question What It Means To Be UnderstoodIn Tribes, the members of Billy’s family share private languages, inside jokes and fiery arguments. But meeting a special person causes Billy, who has been deaf since birth, to question what it means to be understood.
Humor Lies Within The Subtleties In 'Forbidden Broadway'"Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!" is a fast-paced parody of everything you love, everything you hate, and everything you "love to hate" about Broadway.
DCPA President Passes Away, Dedicated To Theater In DenverThe president of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts passed away on Thursday. Randy Weeks, 59, is being remembered for his dedication to theater in Denver.
Denver Center For Performing Arts CEO Stepping DownDaniel Ritchie is stepping down as the CEO of the Denver Center for Performing Arts.