"Smart People" is about four Harvard intellectuals who discover that a high IQ doesn't make it easier to navigate issues of identity and race. The play runs through Nov. 19.
“In the Heights,” which won the 2008 Tony for Best Musical, runs at the Denver high school through Sept. 16.
"Frozen," the Disney movie, is headed for Broadway. But before it gets there, the show undergoes a test run in Denver.
"The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" premiered this summer and runs through Aug. 25 at the Santa Fe Opera.
One of the plays in "Coming To America" is by Theatre Esprit Asia's Peter Trinth. "Boat Person" is the story of his parents fleeing South Vietnam.
For centuries, actresses have taken on the role of the Prince of Denmark, but some still question if that's messing with a classic.
"A Good Child Too Soon," which runs in Denver through June 3, is an exploration of how loved ones communicate and take care of each other.
Denver is the second stop on a national tour of this production written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan.
Standup for Climate event hopes to bring a fresh, funny perspective to a usually very serious topic.
California playwright Tira Palmquist developed her play “Two Degrees” at last year’s New Play Summit. Earlier this month, the Denver Center presented its world premiere.