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Hair is considered one of the most controversial and ground break musicals of the 20th century. It’s themes of drugs, war, politics and sexuality have helped to shape a generation of musicals following it. It has often been referred to as the definition of a rock musical. This musical about a hippie love tribe in […]
The annual And Toto Too Play Crawl took place Wednesday evening. This unique fundraiser takes audiences to 11 different locations to see short two minute plays. The plays are set and performed in places such as coffee shops, tattoo parlors and barber shops. As with all productions by And Toto Too the plays were all […]
Meet Emma Messenger Messenger plays Angie in The Edge Theater Company’s production of Mud Blue Sky. Hometown: Birmingham, England. But I grew up in Texas. Home now: Denver High school: A&M Consolidated High College: Texas A&M University Where have you recently performed?: Vintage Theatre and The Edge Three words to describe yourself: Curious, Fat, Loved […]
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a show like nothing you have ever seen before,” Gene Gillette said while outside of the Ellie Caulkins Opera House where this Tony Award winning play is currently showing. Based on the book of the same title the show follows Christopher, an autistic teenage boy, who […]
When a show is as popular and produced as many times as Hairspray one has a different attitude when seeing it. You know the songs, you know the story and have it seen many times before, therefore you don’t get the same aw and wonder. Town Hall Arts Center latest production of Hairspray immediately wipes away all of those […]
The Equinox Theatre has made a name for itself by producing cult shows that might not have the largest fan base but certainly brings in crowds. Keeping with that theme their latest production Rocky Horror Picture Show is the definition of cult classic. Although the staged version of this beloved 1975 musical-comedy might be a little different […]
Denver Center for the Performing Arts and producer Stacey Mindich are proud to announce that the national tour of DEAR EVAN HANSEN will launch in Denver in October of 2018, kicking off the 2018/19 DCPA Broadway season. Nominated for nine Tony Awards® including Best Musical, DEAR EVAN HANSEN with a book by Tony® nominee Steven Levenson, […]
n a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920’s draw to a close, a garish Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience and assures them they will forget all their troubles at the Cabaret. With the Emcee’s bawdy songs as wry commentary, Cabaret explores the dark, heady, and tumultuous life of Berlin’s natives and expatriates as Germany slowly yields […]
It is spring and that means it is time for the cold of winter to melt away and the colors and smells of the warmer months to come into bloom. Everywhere you look you can see the grass getting greener, trees getting stronger and gardens blooming. This year there is more than one kind of […]