CPR’s weekly arts shows explores why a small rural community shut out the return of a music festival and Colorado’s thriving burlesque scene.
CPR’s weekly arts show explores Denver philanthropist Margaret Brown’s relief efforts abroad after WWI and a Denver museum’s collaboration with a group of graffiti artists.
Umoja Dance Company, a Denver-based drum and dance ensemble, gives CPR an exclusive preview of a West African song and dance.
CPR’s weekly arts show examines ballet as a competitive art form and an outdoor video game installation.
Emily Speed, Anisa Sinteral-Scott and Ariel Breitman are among 100 dancers selected from 300 applicants to compete. This year marks state’s biggest showing ever at the event, which runs through June 29.
Pueblo's tribal fusion/Middle Eastern belly dance troupe performs a radio dance.
The Boulder choreographer chats about his latest ballet exploring the Holocaust.
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.