Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Singer Sam Cooke, NFL running back Jim Brown, activist Malcolm X and boxer Cassius Clay — what would happen if these iconic men were in the same room?
Colorado native and Tony Award nominated performer Annaleigh Ashford is bringing her cabaret-style show to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Denver is truly one of the most vibrant and cultural cities in the world, with lots of different arts and live theatrical opportunities for anyone and any taste. With nearly 50 different active companies presenting live theater throughout the year, you may be surprised at how much great stuff there is to see. Here are five of the best theaters to check out in town.
From skiing to live theater, there is a little something for everyone in Denver over spring break. Why travel to the far corners of the country when everything you need to have a relaxing vacation is right here in the Mile High City?
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical “Cinderella” continues to delight audiences nearly 60 years after it was first created.
At Denver’s Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, teachers are using the Cinderella story as a way to introduce young students to theater and get them acquainted with literature from around the world.
There are plenty of shows playing in Denver during the holidays this year that will bring joy to audiences, but “The Santaland Diaries” at the Denver Center brings some dark humor to the mix.
“Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!” is a fast-paced parody of everything you love, everything you hate, and everything you “love to hate” about Broadway.
A man racked up more than $27,000 in hotel stays this fall, police allege, by telling the luxurious Denver spots to send the bills to the Denver arts organizations.
The president of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts passed away on Thursday. Randy Weeks, 59, is being remembered for his dedication to theater in Denver.