Consolidation of economic power is one of the natural processes of capitalism. And though we reap the benefits of technology, information and leisure, the cost is clear: unilateral policy-making and…
Going back to tribal times, theater has been used to examine the pressing issues of the day -- weighing in on natural disasters, wars and personal crises -- so it has always been essential that…
World premieres of new plays from Theresa Rebeck, Octavio Solis and Eric Schmiedl top an expanded season for the Denver Center Theater Company, artistic director Kent Thompson's third with the…
Building on the extravagant embellishments gathered under the collective literary umbrella known as "The Arabian Nights," playwright Jason Grote delivers a phantasmagoric take on the timeless tales…
In the arid west of the U.S., where survival often hinges on the conflicting interests of water rights and conservation, the themes of Greg Kotis's Tony-winning tuner hit home with impresario Dan…
The appearance of Frederick Douglass onstage to remind us of the intent of all those fine words in the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, the Emancipation Proclamation and the 13th…
In the absence of vision quests and other life-defining rituals, our contemporary self-concepts often are shaped by the seemingly random whims of parentage and profession, as is the case with Genny…
The world premiere of Jason Grote's "1001" will highlight the Denver Center Theater Company's second annual Colorado New Play Summit slated for Feb. 9-10.
Like the famous Hindu image of a thousand faces, our lives often seem to blend together into pieces of someone else's life. Perhaps this explains the mass commercial frenzy that feeds off our…
The board of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts has officially appointed Daniel L. Ritchie, 74, to succeed Donald R. Seawell as its chairman and CEO, effective January 2007.
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Weekend:$16.4M Fox