"Smart People" is about four Harvard intellectuals who discover that a high IQ doesn't make it easier to navigate issues of identity and race. The play runs through Nov. 19.
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Hernandez-Ramos will be inducted into the Colorado Latino Hall of Fame on Friday. She led the Denver radio station for 23 years.
Eight artists created new works inspired by archives at places like Denver's Clyfford Still Museum and Boulder's Maria Rogers Oral History Program.
Boulder’s latest work in its experimental public art series comes from New York City artist Mary Mattingly.
The University of Denver's Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library documents and preserves the history of dance in Colorado and the American West.
"My Father's House" is dedicated to J.P. Parker, who was a musician, actor, technical director and community activist.
The distributors of movies like 2016 Best Picture "Moonlight" are subject to bullying from theater chains, according to a recent lawsuit.
Denver’s cultural agency paid more than $100,000 to bring the public exhibition by China's most famous and controversial contemporary artist to Colorado.
Lawrence Argent thought his sculpture would get mixed reviews. Instead, it's turned into a signature work of art in Denver.
David Rothman reads “The Trout And The Fly.”
The Boulder duo's signature sound features live saxophone and drums over electronic dance music.
By nature a dark and brutal play, this ‘Macbeth’ is a risqué reimagining that can look like a nightclub at times.
The Denver company’s new season starts with a play that tackles racism.
The second annual Supernova Outdoor Digital Animation Festival will screen videos from around the world this weekend.