As the brass quintet launched into a sweeping rendition of an old Hollywood score, camera crews captured the historic action. This was one of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra's controversial Classically Cannabis fundraisers, possibly the first-ever symphonic marijuana celebration anywhere -- even if ... More >>
Last month, we brought you the news that Swallow Hill Music would be booking this year's summer concert series at the Arvada Center. That partnership becomes much clearer this morning with the full lineup announcement -- in addition to previously announced artists including Judy Collins and Don McLe ... More >>
Well before it was a Disney cartoon, the story of a beautiful princess cursed by an evil witch to sleep for a hundred years, then awakened by the kiss of a handsome prince, was told through dance: The Sleeping Beauty was first performed as a ballet in 1890. And dancers have been charming audiences e ... More >>
Visit Denver has a new mobile app designed to lure vacationers to Mile High City hotspots through a series of "dares:" Complete a "Denver Dare" and you'll earn a Facebook badge. So what are these terrifying tasks, these death-defying deeds? Here's a hint: One of them involves the Celestial Seasoning ... More >>
The Colorado Ballet's promotional ad for Swan Lake, over Natalie Portman's face, in this crop of the Black Swan movie poster.The Colorado Ballet is going for grandeur and maybe a little Hollywood flash this season with Swan Lake, the opening production of the 2011-2012 season. Most apparent i ... More >>
Maria Mosina is almost as graceful a speaker as she is a dancer. Almost. A principal ballerina with the Colorado Ballet, Mosina began her career with the Bolshoi Ballet Grigorovich Company in Russia, and it is with a soft Russian accent that she describes her career as "completely natural" but "alwa ... More >>
We're still knee deep in holiday flavor over here, so this week we decided to catch up with a ballet dancer to help us better understand how one would go about dancing around on a stage as a profession. We talked to Kevin GaĆ«l Thomas, who is originally from France but is currently a dancer f ... More >>
See this Shakespeare classic set to ballet.
A dance production sheds light on the Iraq war.
Boulders Dinner Theatre breathes new life into this revival.
Le Corsaire is one manly ballet.
Folks get a peek at the new Ellie.
Time to float your goat
Colorado Ballet conjures its own Peter Pan
The Colorado Ballet tosses its tutus in a triple bill
Cohen Festival honors the literary tradition
Colorado Ballet's Don Quixote rides again
Maher keeps on joking
Learning to love the Big Dance.
A small tell-all
A listing of SCFD dollars doled out in 2000.
Dancers and musicians unite for an evening of gettin' down.
April 1-7, 1999
October 15 - 21, 1998
May 7 - 13, 1998