Denver Center Attractions
Colorado native and Tony Award nominated performer Annaleigh Ashford is bringing her cabaret-style show to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
The 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.
The Denver Center announced this season’s musical lineup on Monday morning, one that may even beat last year’s Broadway series.
Longtime Denver singing sensation Hazel Miller is a big Motown fan.
Motown: The Musical is coming to Denver, and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock can’t wait.
The 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.
Denver Center Attractions wraps up its 2013/2014 season in May with a show that relates to audiences in a wonderful way.
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.
Once again it’s the hottest ticket in town. “The Book of Mormon” is back and there are still plenty of seats available after a small hiccup.
The Denver Center has revamped its ticket system in advance of Book of Mormon ticket sales for this fall’s return engagement.