Just because the weekend's over doesn't mean your free fun is. This week you can watch (or join) the Martin Luther King Marade, knit a pair of legwarmers while you watch Flashdance, and attend a trunk show without even opening your wallet. See a complete listing of this town's events on our online ... 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