Denver's second annual "50 First Jokes" event challenged 50 comics to start 2016 by writing one new joke in two days. Drum roll, please...
Bill Pullman is collaborating on a stage production with Jennifer McCray Rincon of Denver's Visionbox Studio.
There are only two rules for the event, which started in New York City and tries to take away the typical pressures of performing stand-up comedy.
He's ready to hang up his top hat and retire from his long-standing annual role in "A Christmas Carol."
Fruitcake is often vilified as a food. The Denver theater and literature organization Stories on Stage takes a different approach to the dish though.
Though Pullman is still juggling film and theater roles, you can see a preview of his theatrical passion project in Denver on Jan. 10, 2016.
Seifert will bid farewell at the end of the 2015-2016 season, and says he looks forward to some “down time.”
Director Stephen Weitz says the play is a family drama at its core that explores how communication does and doesn't work.
- Other than time and ticket prices, the details are mostly a mystery. But that's the point, as the organization seeks to break down theater conventions like the "fourth wall."Read more
Tara Rynder's "You & Me," which returns to Denver this weekend, is an interactive evening of dance, live music, poetry, visual art and food.