With its production of Beckett’s famous absurdist play, the former Byers-Evans House Theatre Company takes to the stage with a new name.
Around 60 different acts will participate in this year’s festival, which provides a platform for independent artists who specialize in a range of theater styles.
The producing artistic director for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts talks to CPR about reimagining the Broadway hit “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” that’s based on a Denver icon.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores Colorado playwrights taking matters into their own hands and author Peter Kageyama’s philosophy on city-making.
Frustrated by the limited opportunities with nearby theater organizations, Colorado playwrights are increasingly turning to self-producing their work.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores plans to return Leadville’s Tabor Opera House to its former glory and the lore of Denver’s Lakeside amusement park.
The historic opera house’s current owner, Sharon Bland, shares a story from the theater’s past with CPR arts editor Chloe Veltman.
Boylesque strips away expectations in an artform dominated by women.
Denver’s Phamaly Theatre Company, which casts actors with disabilities, talks to CPR about its upcoming musical and 2015 Japan tour.
CPR’s weekly arts show explores the ways libraries are evolving and what resumes say about the art of storytelling.