"Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies" opens at the Aurora Fox Arts Center Friday, Jan. 18.
The group kicks off its 30th anniversary season on Friday with an original work called “Morph Masters.” It speaks to the skills you gain from a disability.
The show, which won six Tony Awards including Best New Musical, is launching a 50-city national tour from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
An all-female cast reenacts the exploits of explorer John Wesley Powell's 1869 expedition along the Colorado River.
The play is put on by the nonprofit Athena Project, which incubates and exhibits art made by women.
The play runs from Sept. 1 through Oct. 13 at the downtown Denver, social justice-focused theater.
There were several all-black towns in Oklahoma in 1906, home to 137,000 African-Americans.
The new Denver Center for the Performing Arts show, "Remote Denver," gives participants headphones for a two-hour guided tour of the city.
Sex, slavery and race -- nothing is off the table for the "shocking" and "lacerating comedy" playing at the downtown Denver theater company.
There's no cure for Lupus, an auto-immune disease. After Rhonda Jackson got her diagnosis in 1994, she had to learn to live it.