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Two days after announcing it, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is postponing public sales of tickets for the touring Broadway musical “Hamilton.”
Douglas Langworthy, director of new play development at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, died Monday at the age of 61, the DCPA said.
If you had a hard time snagging "Hamilton" tickets when the show came through town in 2018, you may have more luck this year.
Chris Coleman has planned a balanced diet of drama for his second year as artistic director of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' Theatre Company.
From the art museum's upcoming "Dior: From Paris to the World" and the U.S.-exclusive "Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature" to recent Broadway productions of "Hamilton," Disney's "Frozen" and…
At its best, "Dear Evan Hansen" offers an aching portrayal of life's slippery fulcrum points, from teenagers' capacity for deception and mindless cruelty to the jaw-clenching realms of paren…
Behind the scenes with the "Dear Evan Hansen" cast as the Tony-winning Broadway sensation debuts its national touring company in Denver
Officials at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts are hoping to tap private and corporate dollars to close the gap in a $36 million capital campaign they unveiled Tuesday -- the first i…
It's probably unjust to compare the touring edition of Disney's "Aladdin" to anything but another Disney musical.
Through dozens of film, TV and theater projects over the past three decades, John Leguizamo has gotten intimate with the never-ending process of promoting his latest project.
The hotly anticipated touring show that employs hip-hop and dance to tell the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton arrived in Denver with huge hype thanks to a long and successful Bro…
Visitors to the Buell Theatre can expect spend more time getting into the auditorium starting next week as the Denver Center for the Performing Arts rolls out new security measures before t…
"It's become more important, especially as our business model shifts from being simply a seller of books to a purveyor of experiences."
Latino and African-American residents less likely to attend arts, cultural events, survey for Denver's Imagine 2020 cultural plan says.
As she retools the DCPA for the 21st century, Janice Sinden is weighing priorities, including a potentially billion-dollar renovation of the Denver Performing Arts Complex and intense pressu…
Xavier “X” Atencio, a Colorado native and Disney legend who worked as an animator on "Pinocchio," "Fantasia," "Mary Poppins" and others, died last week at age 98.
Before "Frozen: The Musical" can take on Broadway, it debuts for the public at Denver's Buell on Aug. 17.
The 3,000 new seats are in addition to the 25,000 tickets currently available at denvercenter.org.
Selling naming rights could change the fortunes of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and the Colorado Convention Center. But getting those deals done will be a complicated task.
The musical, which opened on Broadway in December, was nominated for nine Tony awards including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book and Best Actor.
Certified Disney legend Floyd Norman opens up about his decades-long tenure at Walt Disney Studios.
Denver represents the biggest Blue Trees project so far.
Set across from a graffiti-strewn gas station, the sleek movie theater signals a new era for its West Colfax neighborhood.
"Frozen" follows "The Little Mermaid" as the latest Disney Theatrical Group musical to debut in Denver before heading to Broadway for its official opening.
Local performers will unite later this month for a show to benefit the Denver Actor's Fund.
Their shared artistic and educational goals, and knack for attention-getting projects, has kept the two groups at the forefront of the Mile High City's cultural consciousness for the better …
Single tickets for the pre-Broadway engagement of Disney's "Frozen," which runs Aug. 17-Oct. 1 at the Buell Theatre, are about to go on sale.
The Scientific & Cultural Facilities District rocketed the metro area's culture scene forward by supporting countless hours of programming that would not otherwise exist, while serving a…
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday announced longtime Denver lawyer Martin Semple as chairman of the board of trustees.
The season also includes the first national tour of Disney's "Aladdin," the Broadway hit "School of Rock" and the return of Denver favorite "The Book of Mormon."
In an age where movie theaters -- and the public experiences they provide -- have become increasingly questionable, New York Times film critic A.O. Scott still prefers to see certain films w…