Denver Center for Performing Arts
They use everything you see in everyday life, brooms, newspapers, even their own feet, but not one instrument. The Stomp crew creates electrifying sounds and rhythms that keep the audience moving. No show is the same.
The Denver Center announced this season’s musical lineup on Monday morning, one that may even beat last year’s Broadway series.
Daniel Ritchie is stepping down as the CEO of the Denver Center for Performing Arts.
The new holiday show “The SantaLand Diaries” comes to Denver and CBS4 Critic at large Greg Moody gives us a sneak peak.
If for you, dinner and a show is more than a movie, popcorn and a soda, then read on. Denver’s nightlife for dinner and the theater has a full playbill of options.
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.