The Denver Center for Performing Arts appoints its own John Ekeberg to oversee the center’s Broadway and cabaret productions.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores how an actor and ballet dancer get into character to play the Prince of Darkness and a Denver exhibition surveying world-famous artist Judy Chicago’s entire career.
Two Colorado performance artists visit the CPR Performance Studio to demonstrate how they portray the Prince of Darkness in separate productions this fall.
The Romero Theater Troupe's new drama, “An A(ctual) P(eople's) History of Colorado: A Play in Solidarity with the Students & Teachers of Jeffco,” highlights little-known Colorado activists.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores Denver audiences’ “risk tolerance” for experimental or unfamiliar work and a new music video sparking conversations about the format’s relevance in a digital age.
“If Not Us” brings together a digital media center, a theater company and a civic activism group to collect stories about the importance of standing up for oneself.
A new University of Denver study about ticket-buying habits for arts events prompts CPR’s Arts Bureau to explore Colorado audiences’ appetite for risk.
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The Mizel Arts and Culture Center celebrates the life of the late Denver director, designer and producer with a special performance during the Neustadt JAAMM Fest and public memorial event.