Tony Award Winning 'Curious Incident' Is A Wild RideTony Award winning, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is an insightful look into the world of autism, as well as an extraordinary adventure.
DCPA Launches Theater For Young Audiences ProgramSome early elementary schoolers got their first theater experience thanks to a new program by the DCPA Education Department.
Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen' Tour To Launch In Denver In 2018"Dear Evan Hansen" is the hottest ticket on Broadway right now, and the 2018 tour will launch in Denver.
Stage Version Of 'Frozen' Casts 2 Broadway VeteransThe upcoming stage adaptation of "Frozen" which debuts in Denver has found its sisters Anna and Elsa — they'll be played by two Broadway veterans.
Actress Beth Malone Shares Colorado Roots In Solo ShowTony Award nominee Beth Malone is performing her solo show for one night only in Denver.
'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.
'Hamilton' Headlines Big Broadway Season At DCPAThe Broadway smash ‘Hamilton’ is among the huge hits that the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is bringing to Denver in 2017/18.
'The Christians' Raises Questions About Faith"The Christians" raises questions around faith and religion.
Students Get Insight Into 'Motown The Musical'Cast members from "Motown The Musical" performed and took questions at a Denver high school.
'Motown: The Musical' In Denver For A 5-Night Run At The Buell"Motown The Musical" has a five-night run at the Buell Theatre at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
'Circus 1903' Captures The Excitement Of The Circus Coming To TownOne hundred years ago, the biggest day of the year was the day the circus came to town. Now a new show wants to recreate that feeling of excitement for modern audiences.
Tired Of Online Ticket 'Convenience Fees?' So Is A Colorado LawmakerA Colorado lawmaker says ticketing agencies are "sticking it to consumers" with convenience fees and he plans to eliminate those fees.