Mason left CU Boulder for a UT Austin position that supports her work documenting these dances and the legacies of the choreographers who created them.
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.
New executive producer Helen Murray comes to Aurora via Fairfax, Virginia, where she was artistic director and a co-founder of The Hub Theatre.
After-market tickets for the hit musical were going for more than $2,000. Blame scalpers? Sure. But fan demand plays a huge role too.
“La alma” is the Spanish word for soul or spirit.
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.
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.