Denver Center for Performing Arts
Frank Abagnale turned his life as a globetrotting teenaged con-man into a book and a movie. Now it’s a Broadway musical coming to Denver.
Somehow, three puppeteers — one visible — two inside a frame of cane and fabric and wood — make Joey the center piece of “War Horse” come alive on stage.
A favorite Denver show has returned for a holiday run at the Garner Galleria Theater. It’s “Dixie’s Tupperware Party” — a real Tupperware party with an outrageous hostess.
Public art has always been highly subjective. Take a look at these five bizarre statues that decorate the city of Denver. They may be weird but they have certainly shaped the design of this great city.
Denver Center Attractions announced Tuesday that the Tony Award Winning Best Musical “The Book of Mormon” will open its national tour in August, 2012, in Denver, rather than in December as previously announced.
Even though it’s only half way through the 2011 theater season for the Denver Center for Performing Arts, it’s never too early to plan ahead to what you want to see next year.
“Dixie’s Tupperware Party” raised eyebrows and broke records last year at the Denver Center for Performing Arts. Now the No. 1 Tupperware saleslady in North America returns to the Galleria Theatre.
After Sunday night’s Tony Awards, anticipation is growing for the new season of Broadway in Denver. The Denver Center for Performing Arts announced its new season right on CBS4.
It’s what you get when you combine building materials with music and imagination. It’s the Aluminum Show — coming to the Buell Theatre this weekend for three shows only.
It’s a new production of an old classic that’s got CBS4′s Critic at Large Greg Moody smiling and he’s hopes show-goers will be too.