The city will discuss redevelopment of the Denver Performing Arts Complex during its last public meeting on Thursday and present a vision to Mayor Michael Hancock in January.
Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA)
Director Stephen Weitz says the play is a family drama at its core that explores how communication does and doesn't work.
- Other than time and ticket prices, the details are mostly a mystery. But that's the point, as the organization seeks to break down theater conventions like the "fourth wall."Read more
He was a man who seems to have lived many lives in the course of just one: attorney, Broadway producer, diplomat and publisher of The Denver Post.
- His life reads almost like a play, with friends that included Franklin D. Roosevelt and honors from Queen Elizabeth II and the Tony Awards.Read more
Led by new CEO and president Scott Shiller, the DCPA will challenge theatrical conventions through a $410,000 grant.
“I am extremely excited to be a part of, learn from and contribute to the DCPA’s next evolution as it connects artists and audiences together," Scott Shiller said.
The city plans to use a new study analyzing the Denver Performing Arts Complex’s economic impact to inform the reimaging process for the downtown complex.
The Denver Center for Performing Arts appoints its own John Ekeberg to oversee the center’s Broadway and cabaret productions.