Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Philanthropic angels rescue some Colorado arts groups, but most still struggle under coronavirus
Online performance and events don’t feel the same, but some organizations say they’re buoying attendance to about 90% of that in non-pandemic times.
Coronavirus killed 59,179 arts jobs in Colorado and crippled key economic and cultural engines. Can they be revived?
Local philanthropists are working on grants to support artists, venues and groups. But one study suggests reviving a massive, national New Deal-like program.
Silverman: Hamilton offers us the inspiration we need during the coronavirus
Colorado theater companies are clinging to life and worry coronavirus will mean shows cannot go on
Some 60% of the arts groups supported by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District are only moderately or not at all confident that they will survive
Colorado nonprofit coffers run dry during surge of demand sparked by coronavirus shutdown
Relief agencies are struggling to meet demand while other organizations furlough workers and rethink critical fundraising events. The Denver Dumb Friends League's Furry Scurry hopes to lure 10,000 people to a virtual dog walk on May 2.
The people’s projector: Denver’s D&F Tower converted to artists’ canvas by “Night Lights” installation
Animations will roll over the 16th Street Mall landmark in “permanent” installation designed to spark thought provoking moments for as long as a decade.
David Byrne is building a neuroscience-powered hall of mirrors somewhere in Denver
The world premiere of the project from the Talking Heads frontman and the Denver Center's Off-Center will blend immersive virtual reality in a warehouse show
Colorado theater companies use drama and satire to confront racism without flinching
“Pass Over,” “Flame Broiled” aren’t easy plays, and you’ll hear the n-word, as Curious and Local Theatre take race head on
The very old (and very new) works drawing more young viewers to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts
140-years-young "Anna Karenina" and a slew of new works including "Rattlesnake Kate" showcase artistic director Chris Coleman's diverse strategy
There’s a lot of buzz around “immersive” experiences in art, theater and entertainment. But is it art?
Value of installations like Natura Obscura and Meow Wolf is in the beholder’s eye. But they’re popular enough that DCPA Off-Center is looking for permanent space for temporary shows