CPR’s weekly arts show examines Colorado theater companies’ commitments to actors and how two arts leaders are turning the traditional lecture series on its head.
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The founders of “Mixed Taste” and Warm Cookies of the Revolution explain how they hope to expand people’s horizons through their cultural programming.
The Boulder choreographer chats about his latest ballet exploring the Holocaust.
Denver Center Theatre Company artistic director Kent Thompson weighs in on the rise and fall of resident acting companies in the regional theater landscape.
Three programs featuring pieces by J.S. Bach and Handel.
CPR's arts editor Chloe Veltman highlights some of the arts happenings around Colorado this weekend, including a fiber arts show, "Alice In Wonderland" performed on a mountain trail, and more.
With the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec on show in Golden's Foothills Arts Center, curator Marianne Lorenz talks to CPR about the fin-de-siecle Parisian artist’s bohemian lifestyle and enduring appeal.
Denver actor Scott Takeda shares his story of moving from behind the TV news camera to appearing in the bright lights of Hollywood.
Two of Creede Repertory Theater's veteran actors talk about decades of theater-making in a small mountain town.
CPR audience members share what their parents read to them when they were young, from Dr. Seuss to Ray Bradbury.
With the World Cup starting on June 12, a new documentary ponders gender and sexuality in sport.
Choreographer and dancer Cleo Parker Robinson shares stories about her relationship and many collaborations with the late poet and activist Maya Angelou.