March 2024

‘Guadalupe In The Guest Room’ Love Is Never Forgotten, At Denver’s John Hand Theater Thru April 20th, LLD Review

First off, ‘Guadalupe In The Guest Room’ is not about the Virgen de Guadalupe, the Virgin Mary, it is about a woman from Mexico named Guadalupe, played by Megally Luna, who has come to the U.S. to care for her ailing daughter. The daughter, Claudia, has passed away and she is now a guest in the home of her daughter’s husband. Guadalupe doesn’t speak English and Steve doesn’t speak Spanish.

Orcas, From Fear To Admiration & Awe: A Whale Of A Good Time, At Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Orcas are known to some Indigenous communities as the guardians of the sea. To some people, Orcas represent the strength of love and the bonds of family because of their strong group behavior. The Orca is a symbol often centered around luck, compassion and family.

Award Winning Jon Romero to Perform at CHAC Primavera Art Show, Free! April 5th

Prospanicas Scholarships With Awards Up To $5,000 Now Available

Are you determined to make a significant impact and drive positive change within the Hispanic community? Prospanica is calling on visionary students like you to step forward and apply for our scholarships. We’re looking for future leaders ready to embrace challenges and shape an inspiring tomorrow. Could this be your calling? If you’re nodding yes, it’s time to take action for both your future and the betterment of our community by applying for a Prospanica scholarship.

‘CRYSTAL’, The Only Cirque du Soleil On Ice! At Ball Arena, Two Days Only, Thru March 16th

Crystal is about a young girl name Crystal. One day, feeling misunderstood and out of sync with the world, she ventures out on a frozen pond and falls through the ice. In this underwater world of her own imagination, she has a vision: she sees a reflection of herself – her alter ego – that guides her, showing her a distorted version of her life.

6 Chicano Activists Dead, 2 bombs, 48 hours, 50 years ago, Los Seis de Boulder, Cuarenta Y Ocho ’48’ Thru March 23 at Denver’s Su Teatro Theatre

Los Seis de Boulder (transl. The Boulder Six) were six Chicano activists and students killed in two car bombings in Boulder, Colorado. The bombings occurred at the end of May 1974, with the name Los Seis de Boulder coined posthumously. The students were protesting the negative treatment of Mexican-American students at the University of Colorado, Boulder at the time of their death.

Hairspray, Zany Fun For Everyone, Rain or Shine, Thru March 10th at DCPA’s Buell Theatre