Denver Center for the Performing Arts
For out-of-staters visiting Colorado relatives for the holidays or those just flocking to the Mile High City from other parts of the state, there’s plenty to do and see during Thanksgiving weekend.
Whether you’re looking to impress a date or sway a business client, there’s nothing like a Rocky Mountain sunset to cap the end of a day and bring hope of an even better tomorrow.
The box office started Monday with 56,000 “The Book of Mormon” tickets to sell. By the close of business on Monday they only had 18,000 tickets left.
Once again it’s the hottest ticket in town. “The Book of Mormon” is back and there are still plenty of seats available after a small hiccup.
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.