What would it feel like for an author to hand over their work to another writer? That’s what happened to Dave Berry and Ridley Pearson.
In the play “Peter and the Starcatcher” he’s a scenery-chewing take on Groucho Marx, but we all know where the character of “Black Stache” is heading.
Denver native and graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School Nancy Nagel Gibbs returns with her latest Broadway production and Tony Award winner “Peter and the Starcatcher.”
John C. Malone doesn’t talk much to the media, but he talked to CBS4’s Greg Moody as part of the Biennial of the Americas symposium about the future of the media.
For over 100 years L. Frank Baum’s the “Wizard of Oz” has been delighting readers and audiences. Now the music of the classic movie version is on stage at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre.
The seemingly effortless productions of Cirque du Soleil are actually the result of constant practice, and adding something new is no easy task.
“SPUN – Adventures in Textiles” is a wide ranging exhibit that explores the history and the meaning of textiles around the world.
Smoke from the Black Forest Fire and the summer heat are making it difficult to breathe while outdoors, sending many inside for entertainment.
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.
CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody is always saying it’s a big summer for movies in the metro area, but music might be even better this year.