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Shiny new piece of architecture means a fresh opportunity for the arts in Colorado Springs

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 20:45:05 +0000

The building -- monumental at 92,000 square feet and pricey at $70 million -- is an investment in things real and symbolic. The Ent Center was a collaborative project between New York's H3 Hardy Collaborative Architecture and Denver’s Semple Brown Design.


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Theater review: “Native Gardens” a fun and furious battle of the neighbors at the Denver Center

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 22:43:38 +0000

Different approaches to gardening are merely the seedlings for what will bloom into a timely tussle about entitlement and the American Dream, ethnicity and discrimination, compromise and digging in. From left: John Ahlin, Jordan Baker, Ryan Garbayo, Mariana Fernández in “Native Gardens” at the Space Theatre. (AdamsVisCom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts)


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“Book of Mormon’s” summer run in Denver extended before it even starts

Thu, 12 Apr 2018 20:36:42 +0000

Two by two, We're marching door to door Cause God loves Mormons, And he wants some more! "The Book of Mormon" has extended its 2018 run.


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Theater Review: Disney’s “Aladdin” a safe, kid-friendly return to Broadway song-and-dance

Wed, 11 Apr 2018 23:52:22 +0000

It's probably unjust to compare the touring edition of Disney's "Aladdin" to anything but another Disney musical. Denver Center - Disney's Aladdin, Friend Like Me, Aladdin North American Tour. (Photo provided by Deen van Meer/The Denver Center)


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Kids in the Hall vet Scott Thompson to resurrect gay trailblazer Buddy Cole at Denver’s Oriental

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 23:07:33 +0000

Scott Thompson's gay bon vivant and lounge lizard unloaded scathingly literate, hilarious truths long before Twitter was a thing. Comedian Scott Thompson will reprise his role as Buddy Cole at Denver’s Oriental Theatre on April 9. (Provided by Guinivan PR)


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A writer and producer of the NBC tear-jerking hit “This Is Us” is bringing her play to Boulder

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 02:40:59 +0000

Bekah Brunstetter discusses her 2016 play, and even gives some "This Is Us" insider stories. Jim Hunt and Anne Sandoe as Joe and Roberta during rehearsals for "Going To A Place Where You Already Are" at The Dairy Arts Center. (Paul Aiken, Boulder Daily Camera)


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Exclusive: Denver Center’s 40th season, and first under new director Chris Coleman, is ready to pop

Mon, 02 Apr 2018 13:05:53 +0000

A first look at the Denver Center Theatre Company's 40th season, and first under the watch of Chris Coleman, its new artistic director. Chris Coleman stands with the “ghost light” on stage inside The Ricketson Theatre. The ghost light is always on, even when the theater is closed, keeping the ghosts company.


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Regis University aims to bridge the gap between public and veterans through “Stories From Wartime”

Thu, 29 Mar 2018 06:01:12 +0000

Program aims to ease troops' transition from war to home and address the disconnect between veterans and civilians. Veteran George Autobee is pictured while on deployment in Vietnam. Autobee enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school and left for the war in 1968. Autobee was a speaker at the "Race, Gender and the Military panel March 21, 2018, in Arvada.


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Theater review: “This Is Modern Art” at Jones Theatre explores line between creative genius and vandalism

Thu, 29 Mar 2018 02:46:51 +0000

In "This Is Modern Art," a consciously hip play by Kevin Coval and Idris Goodwin about graffiti artists and the rules that constrict and inform their work, the basic definitions of art are challenged. Jake Mendes, Marco Robinson, Robert Lee Hardy, Chloe McLeod in This is Modern Art at the Jones Theatre. (AdamsVisCom, Provided by DCPA)


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You can still score tickets to see “Hamilton” in Denver with less than a week left — but they’re pricey

Tue, 27 Mar 2018 16:26:47 +0000

A customer service representative at the box office on Monday said there were, indeed, tickets available for every remaining show. Lynnea Cole, left, and her husband Gary have their photo taken in front of the theatre sign as they arrive to attend opening night of the hit Broadway show Hamilton at the Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre on Feb. 27, 2018 in Denver. Because people arrived early entry to the show was fast and orderly.


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