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After purchasing tickets, attendees will be asked to follow a prescribed driving route starting in north Denver, witnessing one staged scene after the next from cars while listening to an FM…
Talking Heads leader David Byrne’s new project, “Theater of Mind,” will miss its scheduled world premiere in Denver later this year, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts said toda…
DCPA isn't giving up on Hamilton yet.
Plays and musicals are being canceled through early summer.
The Tony-winning, nationally touring Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon" on Tuesday canceled its Denver dates amid a cross-country shutdown related to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is reducing staffing costs by more than 50% and announcing a new round of show cancellations in an effort to stem millions of dollars in losses due …
The Denver Actors Fund on Tuesday announced a $35,000 emergency relief fund for Colorado theater artists who have been hurt by the coronavirus shutdown.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, one of the country's largest nonprofit theater organizations, is shuttering many of its 2019-2020 shows in light of new public health guidelines pr…
DCPA's 2020-21 Broadway series will bring "Moulin Rouge!," "Pretty Woman," "Mockingbird"
Chris Coleman has already shown audiences what's he made of with triumphs such as his all-black recasting of "Oklahoma!" And he's tested Denver's appetite for new work with plays sourced fr…
Two hours before each show, fans who show up at the Buell can enter their names to be placed in a lottery drum (classic, eh?).
"Mockingbird" is the clear front-runner for Denver's hottest theater ticket of 2021, given its sold-out run in New York.
A Colorado costume shop is creating beautiful pieces in some big-time Broadway shows.
"Book of Mormon," "Mean Girls" single-tickets on sale Aug. 2 through Denver Center
Despite the fact that there are no comedy festivals or national competitions in Colorado this month, the state will still host a good chunk of the country's best-known touring comics.
Dozens of events take over the 17-year-old Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts each year. But only a few deserve the Newman Center Presents tag.
In most ways, this is the same musical audiences saw 55 years ago. But it's still a hell of a lot of fun.
The show will take advantage of the cellphone-bagging trend.
Stand-up Sebastian Maniscalco is playing a quartet of concerts in Denver this weekend, and they’re all close to selling out.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts will welcome back smash hits including “Hamilton” and “The Book of Mormon” while adding the Colorado debuts of “Mean Girls,” “The Spon…
This month’s most valuable comedy players include a “30 Rock” veteran, a podcast king, rocket-powered Midwesterners and a group of enterprising locals taking matters into their own han…
Legendary soul singer Diana Ross will return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in July.
Opera Colorado's production of "The Shining" is adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name -- which itself was inspired by Estes Park's historic Stanley Hotel.
Justin Franzen doesn't want to see Denver's most devoted improvisers leave Denver for Los Angeles, New York, Chicago or Toronto.
Here's the best of the best in Colorado comedy in February.
Broadway Market, the new Denver food hall from teams behind the Stanley Marketplace and Avanti Food & Beverage, has an opening date.
The 6th Avenue fixture has no re-opening date following utility outage
Despite moving into its $110 million new headquarters six years ago, budget cuts and staff turnover have gotten more attention than any single exhibition at its flagship museum and archive a…
From plays and musicals to a comedy-sketch show, here are five holiday shows worth checking out this year.
The 50-year-old Australian, who has played characters ranging from X-Men's Wolverine to "Les Misérables" ex-con Jon Valjean, and earned Broadway's respect with a Tony for "The Boy From …
Aziz Ansari is returning to Denver for a show at the Buell Theatre on Feb. 16. It'll be his first local show since #MeToo.