A rapid, wild ride for fans of the franchise.
Add something fun to your calendar this fall.
Make your August plans with the help of this guide.
Here’s how to watch The Colorado Shakespeare Festival from the comfort of home.
Stage lights may be dimmed, but local organizations have come up with creative ways to share the arts with kids.
Don’t miss the latest adaptation of the classic novel—in theaters on Christmas Day—which follows the March sisters as they take on love, grief, and sisterhood.
This musical adaptation of the Dickens classic, playing at the Arvada Center through December 22, is a must-watch for the holiday season.
If you do one thing this weekend, catch a performance of the musical playing at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts through December 8.
Add one of these shows to your family’s holiday to-do list and relax as you watch a classic holiday story come to life on stage.
Celebrate the holiday season with a performance of the classic ballet.
Anna, Elsa, and their friends set off on an adventure to save Arendelle in the entertaining sequel, just perfect for the holiday weekend.
See the winning design created by nine-year-old Layla Stark of Broomfield.
Playing at the DCPA through February 16, 2020, this playful musical tells the story of an exuberant young bunny not quite ready for bed.
From classic movies to theatrical performances, here are six ways to get in the Halloween spirit as a family.
Playing at the Buell Theatre September 10-22, this story of love and loss during the Vietnam War keeps theater-goers on the edge of their seats until the very end.
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