Denver Center for the Performing Arts
The hit musical “The Book of Mormon” opened its first national tour in Denver, and it’s coming back this fall.
The show will go on after an actor in “Sense and Sensibility” showing at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts fell through a trap door on stage.
The Doyle and Debbie Show’ is a salute to country music that’s also a satire — that also loves the form, but isn’t afraid to make fun of it.
“When We Are Married” is a wickedly British farce comedy that centers around three couples who discover that after 25 years of wedded bliss, they are not really married.
It’s a tremendous season ahead for Denver Center Attractions. At least according to CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody.
Singer and songwriter Johnny Cash remains as popular today as he was in his prime and 45 of his albums are still in print. Now a stage show looks at his musical legacy at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts denied their computer system crashed during ticket sales for the “Book of Mormon” but said the huge volume of users bogged it down.
Theater lovers are very excited because the “Book of Mormon” is coming to Denver in August.
The two-woman show “Girls Only: The Secret Comedy Of Women” was a huge hit last time it was in the Mile High City and figures to be very popular once again, CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody reports.
For 14 years the Lion King has been the big mega-musical for American families, and now one of the biggest shows to ever hit the Buell Theatre returns for 5 weeks only.
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