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At the Vail Fest, there is no hierarchy. The fine art and the street art and the made-for-TV art are equal.
Maybe it's possible -- even better -- to understand things in their organic, dynamic state.
Wait 'til you see what's gonna happen to Daniels & Fisher Tower.
A 1951 opera, which premiered before the love that dare not sing its name evolved into something nobody really cares about, is seeing renewed interest.
The sets are minimal, not much more than a free-standing doorway and some hand-held props. Instead, video artist Chris Bagley is making projections that will give viewers a surreal sense tha…
Turns out, "The Wizard of Oz" truly is great and powerful -- and benevolent to the Colorado Ballet. The company's new production of the classic tale took on historic proportions before it ev…
OOT, as its called, edits out the story and the stiffness and the protracted intermissions and serves up just the thrills. Cheers to that.
Philadelphia is reaffirming that classical music has a legit place in 21st century American art, and anyone who cares about opera ought to pay attention.
The building -- monumental at 92,000 square feet and pricey at $70 million -- is an investment in things real and symbolic.
Just about anything can happen when five arts groups square off against one another for $55,000 in funding before a live audience and a panel of judges.
Denver's fine arts scene is offering a lot of promising reasons to get out of the cold this winter.
The Santa Fe production, which continues through Aug. 25, is thrilling audiences that —appreciate its energy, its modernity, its relevance, and the fact that it is only 90 minutes long.
Let's party like it's 1875.