Cleo Parker Robinson is a Denver institution. Her dance company is now in its fifth decade, and tonight will perform the long-forgotten Southland, which Katherine Dunham had danced more than sixty years ago. This production should be a real revelation, but when we spoke with Cleo about the dance, ... More >>
Few Denver natives have made as lasting an imprint on this city as Cleo Parker Robinson. For over forty years she's been dancing her way through Colorado's cultural scene, establishing a dance troupe and a school, winning countless awards and bringing social awareness to controversial subjects along ... More >>
"Many dance company directors, especially the most venerable, keep to the wings, letting their dancers and the works speak for themselves. Cleo Parker Robinson is not one of those." That's the start of yesterday's New York Times piece that's basically a rave review for Cleo Parker Robinson. Oh, and ... More >>
Summer in the City
Saturday, June 5, Ogden Theatre, 303-830-8497.
Little Fish Movement Arts offers an elemental celebration.
This Candlemas celebration features something different.
The traveling Impressionist and Modern Masters show in Colorado Springs fits together as a whole.
Louder Than Words brings nightmares and dreamscapes to the DSA.
Maher keeps on joking
Richard Move brings Martha Grahamís essence to life.
Al Brooks and Maxine Muntís theater disbanded last month with little notice. But anyone who ever trod the boards of the Changing Scene gives it rave reviews.
Building Community Through Dance and Speaking of Dance
Helander Dance Theater presents Voices of Tibet