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It seems more than serendipitous that, as the #MeToo and “Time’s Up” movements claim the media spotlight, 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of V-Day (vday.org), a global non-profit founded by The Vagina Monologues creator Eve Ensler... more

Capitol Arts & Entertainment

Amid the international cinema and wide-ranging documentaries at the Denver Film Festival, there is always an assortment of fare with a starring role for music—films where the soundtrack might be just as important as dialogue or camera angles... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

If you’re bored in Denver this summer, it’s not for a lack of things to do. Ditto if you’re lamenting that you don’t have any money. There are so many free events out there that they can’t be contained here. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

When Stuart Milligan played the youngest son in a Washington Park United Church of Christ production of Bye Bye Birdie at 10 years old, he had no idea he was debuting for what would later prove to be his future career. The Boston-born, Denver... more

People of South Denver

Denver’s growing, and so is its theater scene. Welcome Benchmark Theatre, housed for now at Buntport Theater, 717 Lipan St. The inaugural play will be Jennifer Haley’s The Nether, which opened March 31 and runs through April 23. Performances are more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

The play The Book of Will, by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Davis McCallum, runs at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts through Feb. 26. The Will mentioned in the title is none other than William Shakespeare, and the tale is adapted... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Arthur Martinez

Photo courtesy Mary Jane Films.

The Denver Film Festival (DFF) is the one of the biggest cultural events of the fall season on the Front Range, and offerings with a Colorado focus are especially robust this year. At last check there are over twenty five films with some Colorado... more

Capitol Arts & Entertainment

Bert Berns and Jerry Wexler

Photo courtesy Brett Berns.

Will the real Bert Berns please stand up? Although the alliterative everyman might sound more like the local barkeep than a centerpiece of music history, think again. Do titles like “Hang on, Sloopy,” “I Want Candy” or... more

Capitol Arts & Entertainment