The depictions of a Southern black community in “Porgy and Bess” have stirred up controversy since it premiered in 1935. The Aurora Fox tackles a revised version that stripped out the derogatory language.
A new study of the racial and gender makeup of theater organizations in the Rocky Mountain region show women lead in some areas and lag in others.
Linton has appeared in many Phamaly shows, and is believed to be the only person in a wheelchair currently to lead a major U.S. theater organization.
News That Shakespeare Co-Authored His 'Henry VI' Trilogy Doesn't Ruffle Colorado Festival's Feathers
Last week, Oxford University Press announced it would credit Christopher Marlowe as co-author on Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” trilogy.
Janice Sinden is the third CEO in the DCPA'S nearly 40-year history. She was previously Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's chief of staff.
After an elderly Spanish women's good intentions gone wrong went viral, Centennial librettist Andrew Flack and Boulder composer Paul Fowler created "Behold the Man."
The First Folio, a 1623 published collection credited for carrying on William Shakespeare's legacy, is on view at the University of Colorado Boulder this month. The university got creative with its welcome.
Comings And Goings Of Pot Taxes, Darryl Glenn's RNC Speech, Buying An Entire Town, Genesis Of Turtle Shells
Some people think the state is "swimming" in pot revenue, but it's not, according to the Colorado Fiscal Institute. A look into what comes in and where it goes. An excerpt of Darryl Glenn's Monday night speech at the Republican National Convention. Glenn is running for U.S. Senate in Colorado. A man posted an ad on Craigslist to sell a ghost town east of Denver. But who would buy an entire town? The owner of Hillside, Colorado shares his motivation. A researcher at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science explains the surprising reason why turtles grew shells. And an "immersive theater experience" in Denver.
A 16,000-square-foot warehouse in northwest Denver is the site of this new production, which gives the audience a role in the show.