Pandemic Collective, a nonprofit horror theater company based in Denver, gets eerie and supernatural in its latest production, Laveau.
Chicano Power 1969: The Birth of a Movement, centered around the 50th anniversaries of the West High School walkout and the Kitayama Carnation strike, opens on March 14.
These four downtown restaurants offer special menus and deals just for theater-goers.
The Cake—from This Is Us writer Bekah Brunstetter—was inspired, in part, by the Masterpiece Cakeshop court case.
Going to a Place Where You Already Are is a poignant tale touching on topics of love, religion, and the afterlife.
With Emancipation Theater Company, founder and artistic director Jeff Campbell creates an African American playhouse dedicated to strong, consistent community theater.
Bird-watching, family dynamics, and habitat destruction mingle in a unique play showing at the Boulder Ensemble Theater through November 12.
Upcoming productions ask the audience to move with the actors—and, sometimes, participate.
The local theater company plans to use the grant to bring more nationally recognized playwrights to the Mile High City.
Square Product Theatre and Local Theater Company address violence against women in their season openers.
Voodoo’s new class adds another level to Denver’s already burgeoning comedy scene.
The Denver theater is the second in the country to host the rolling world premiere of Robert Schenkkan’s “Building the Wall.”
This immersive show sets Wonderbound’s energetic movements to the original sounds of Flobots’ new album.
In Off-Center’s latest immersive and open-air theater experience, the audience will travel to a wacky dimension alongside the cast.
Arvada Center’s new season of shows features a cast of resident actors taking on a trio of theater classics.
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