The Denver Gay Men's Chorus will perform the co-commissioned Colorado premiere of a new work about one of the first openly gay elected officials in the U.S.
All Arts Stories
CPR audience members share what their parents read to them when they were young, from Dr. Seuss to Ray Bradbury.
With the World Cup starting on June 12, a new documentary ponders gender and sexuality in sport.
Choreographer and dancer Cleo Parker Robinson shares stories about her relationship and many collaborations with the late poet and activist Maya Angelou.
CPR’s Arts Bureau examines the role of comedy in the “Film on the Rocks” series, a Denver choreographer shares stories of her friendship with the late Maya Angelou, and more.
Our arts editor Chloe Veltman takes a look at the events happening in live music, aerial dance, performance art and more for the weekend of May 29 - June 1.
Angelou refused to speak for much of her childhood and revealed the scars of her past in her groundbreaking memoir, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. She opened doors for black and female writers.
Rolling Stone music writer Steve Knopper previews Colorado’s summer rock and pop concerts.
A new membership program aims to expose young professionals to a variety of Denver’s cultural institutions and events.
In this installment of our Book Club series, award-winning Colorado-based authors Lisa Jones, Peter Heller and Helen Thorpe discuss books by Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway and T.H. White.
The "People We Know" concert focuses on the group's composer friends.
At Red Rocks’ summer movie series, Denver comedian Sam Tallent will go from performing before 100 people to nearly 10,000.