Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Beyond Expectations! Riverdance charms Denver Audiences: Latin Life Denver Review

‘1776, The Musical’ Now An Equal Opportunity Employer, Latin Life Denver Theatre Review

When the original production of ‘1776, The Musical’ opened on Broadway in 1969 the entire cast was comprised of white men. In this new revival of 1776, the musical about the founding fathers on the brink of signing the Declaration of Independence, the cast is composed entirely of multi racial performers who identify as female, transgender, and non-binary.

Tradition, Community, Faith, Love & Change: Fiddler on the Roof Thru March 19th

Many traditions survive the test of time, others evolve, fade or are broken altogether. Through song, dance and superb acting that is what Fiddler on the Roof is all about. Trying to hold on to tradition as times and attitudes change in an ever unpredictable and evolving world.

Mean Girls, Finding Ones True Path In Life, LLD Theatre Review

Mean Girls is a must-see, laugh out loud, high-energy musical. It is a “cautionary tale” about discovering who you are while also trying to fit in. Can you really be your authentic self while pleasing others?

27 Online Acting & Professional Training Classes for High School Students & Adults Beginning June 10

Twenty50, Stirs Emotions, Provokes Thought; Latin Life Denver Theatre Review

‘Summer, The Donna Summer Musical’ Latin Life Denver Theatre Review

“You Lost Me” But For How Long? Latin Life Denver Theatre Review

LLD Theatre Review; ‘Escape To Margaritaville’ If Only For A Couple Of Hours

Absolutely Beautiful, ‘ANASTASIA’ Astounds, Enjoy the Ride! LLD Theatre Review