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The 50-year-old Australian, who has played characters ranging from X-Men's Wolverine to "Les Misérables" ex-con Jon Valjean, and earned Broadway's respect with a Tony for "The Boy From …
Aziz Ansari is returning to Denver for a show at the Buell Theatre on Feb. 16. It'll be his first local show since #MeToo.
The musical tells unique tale about how tiny Canadian town hosted surprise air passengers on (and after) 9/11.
Denver Center for the Performing Arts has announced a $25 digital-ticket lottery for its Sept. 25-Oct. 13 performances of "Dear Evan Hansen."
The "How I Met Your Mother" co-star and Tony-award winning stage actor will read from new book "The Magic Misfits: The Second Story" before screening a yet-to-be determined film.
Chris Charpentier is recording his first comedy album. We caught up to talk about the album, why he keeps politics out of his show and the Denver scene.
The comic returns a year after the controversy with a tour that includes an Aug. 22 show at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
While Denver can lay claim year-round to having one of the country's most fertile stand-up scenes, August is the month where everything blooms.
The exhibit will display more than 100 paintings spanning the legendary French Impressionist's career.
A surprisingly funny "America's Got Talent" contestant, a modern sketch and improv legend, a marathon northern Colorado showcase, and a familiar face from "Animal Planet" await hungry Denver…
Given the nature of the event -- a movie screening of 1982's now-classic (and still franchise-best) "The Wrath of Khan," followed by Shatner on stage taking questions from the audience -- he…
The pressures of joining a national, multimillion-dollar touring production don't exactly mesh with what anyone would consider a normal childhood.
The Paramount show includes music, comedy, drinking, games and prizes, plus an after-show DJ dance party with special guests, a photo booth and other surprises.
The sequel to the 2001 cult flick took a long, winding path to theaters -- including through the Mile High City
Scott Thompson's gay bon vivant and lounge lizard unloaded scathingly literate, hilarious truths long before Twitter was a thing.
A first look at the Denver Center Theatre Company's 40th season, and first under the watch of Chris Coleman, its new artistic director.
Your best bets for the most interesting, affordable and family-friendly arts festivals coming to Colorado in the next few months.
The brothers, who play Aaron Burr and Hercules Mulligan/James Madison around the country, talk about the challenges, rivalry and rewards of being in the hottest stage show around.
Films will screen on 10 walls in East RiNo, from Broadway to 36th Street and Blake to Larimer streets, with the Side Stories website offering an augmented-reality tour of the neighborhood.
His previous tour, "What Now," sold more than 50,000 tickets in a single show at Lincoln Financial Field, in Hart's hometown of Philadelphia.
The Broadway hit comes to Denver this summer for a two-week run.
The wood-and-steel sculpture depicts a tree-like structure sprouting from the top of a functional, weatherized piano, which people can play, hear and watch as its "leaves" light up.
Of all the stories Aaron Sorkin could have chosen for his debut as a director, he settled on that of Molly Bloom, a Colorado native from an overachieving family who ran a poker game that too…
Big chains are increasingly playing the art-house game.
The lawsuit names Landmark and Dallas-based 2929 Entertainment -- both owned by billionaire Mark Cuban -- as plaintiffs.
The one-of-a-kind digital art festival will bring digital paintings and even a video game called Alien Afterlife to Denver.
When the event returns Aug. 24-26, it will offer more than 100 local and national comics—in 25 shows at indie venues and headliners at downtown's Paramount Theatre.
Fans of the 2013 movie are wondering how the Broadway musical will build upon or burnish the film's legacy, which has already become embedded in a generation of Disney devotees.
The sale doesn't include the season's marque performances, like the much-anticipated production of "Hamilton."
Lowe's one-man show is billed as a peek behind the curtain at Hollywood, fame, fatherhood and marriage.
Touring his beloved show across the country "actually is like getting shot into space," says "MSTK3000" creator Joel Hodgson.