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Colorado’s Entertainment Scene

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Colorado has become a force to be reckoned with when it comes to entertainment. From theatre, comedy shows and beyond there is just so much to see in Colorado!


The Denver Center for the Preforming Arts 

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts offers up great performances of comedy, musicals and dramas. In fact, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts won a Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. Here is a brief overview of what is currently playing at The Denver Center. Be sure to check it out!
Under Musical (2017)
An American In Paris (March 8-March 19) Buell Theatre
Beth Malone: So Far (April 15) Garner Galleria Theatre
Frozen (August 17- October 1) Buell Theatre
Under Comedy (2017)
An Act of God (October 15-April 8) Garner Galleria Theatre
Cult Following: Rated G (April 29- May 13) The Jones
Kinky Boots (March 21-March 26) Buell Theatre
Under Drama (2017)
Disgraced (March 31-May 7) Ricketson Theatre
The Last Five Years in Concert (May 22) Seawell Ballroom
Two Degrees (February 3-March 12) The Jones


Comedy Works Denver 

Perhaps you’re in the mood to see a stand up comedy show. Comedy Works Denver has some really fabulous stand up comedy. This month you can buy tickets to go see Fortune Feimster, named Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch” in 2014. Fortune wrote and preformed on the Chelsea Lately Show and is a series regular on The Mindy Project. Also this month you can buy a ticket to see David Spade. David Spade has had an impressive career in comedy. He starred in movies such as Grown Ups 2 and Tommy Boy. Spade also starred on the hit sitcom 8 Simple Rules and the popular CBS Comedy Series Rules of Engagement.

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Colorado Shakespeare Festival 

If you are looking for that classic Shakespearian theatre experience, look no further than the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. “The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is a professional theatre company in association with the University of Colorado Boulder. Since 1958 the festival has celebrated and explored Shakespeare and his continuing influence and vitality through productions of superior artistic quality, education and community engagement.” The festival starts this summer in June and goes on until August of this year.

Check out their website and grab those tickets ahead of time!

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