The wildly popular Shakespeare on The Green is bringing Much Ado About Nothing August 13-15.
The newest exhibit at the Denver Art Museum celebrates the infinite artistic possibilities of floral painting.
The Power of Poison at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science explores the beneficial and harmful sides of poison, the many places it can be found, and how it has been used throughout time.
Motown, jazz and blues (MoJaBlu) come together in a weekly concert series in Stapleton.
Each month, the Indie Prof reviews a current film in the theater and a second film that is available at Redbox or VOD. Follow “Indie Prof” on Facebook for updates about film events and more reviews.
The best of Dr. Seuss comes together in a kids musical with rhyming dialogue and outrageous costumes.
A sculpture titled Balloon Man Running by a Colorado artist will be featured at the new Central Park commuter rail station.
Although fantastical, mythic creatures are windows into history and how cultures have adapted different meanings to legends. Learn more at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science exhibit, Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns, and Mermaids.
At the Colorado History Center, visitors relive 1968 through displays that weave together the events of that tumultuous year.
Willie Matthews’ well-known portrayals of working cowboys from the great ranches of the American west are coming to the Denver Art Museum.