'American In Paris' At The Buell: Same Music, Different Storyline Than 1951 FilmBroadway musical “An American in Paris” is coming to Denver and features beloved Gershwin music, but a slightly different story line from the 1951 movie.
Tony Award Winning ‘Fun Home’ Takes On Family Secrets“Fun Home” is a Tony Award winning musical about the trials and tribulations of family. It runs Jan. 11-22 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Contemporary Dance Sensation Plays One Night In DenverShaping Sound is a contemporary dance show coming to Denver for one night only, and featuring a Colorado native.
Broadway Actor Comes Home In “The Lion King”Gareth Saxe plays the villain in “The Lion King” on Broadway, now he’s bringing his performance home to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Native Colorado Performer Brings Cabaret Show To DenverColorado native and Tony Award nominated performer Annaleigh Ashford is bringing her cabaret-style show to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
3rd Graders Meet 'Cinderella' ActorsThe Broadway touring musical “Cinderella” is playing at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Some 3rd graders got a little different perspective on the show.
Denver Center Releases 2015 Musical LineupThe Denver Center announced this season's musical lineup on Monday morning, one that may even beat last year's Broadway series.
Denver Singer Excited For 'Motown: The Musical'Longtime Denver singing sensation Hazel Miller is a big Motown fan.
Denver Mayor Sings Praises Of ‘Motown: The Musical’Motown: The Musical is coming to Denver, and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock can’t wait.
'Pippin' Player Talks Food, Healthy Vs. FunThe stage show, “Pippin”, is in part a musical circus, with players doing a wide variety of stunts and acrobatic tricks. One of the players went grocery shopping with CBS4’s Gloria Neal.
'Once' Touches Your Heart ... QuietlyDenver Center Attractions wraps up its 2013/2014 season in May with a show that relates to audiences in a wonderful way.
'The Book Of Mormon' Brings Biggest Sales Day In Denver Center HistoryThe 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.