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Newman Center for the Performing Arts

Not only is the Newman Center a jewel box of a venue, with its three intimate performance spaces and elegant balconied plaza, but it also plays host to one of the finest college concert series nobody ever heard of, thanks to the often adventurous programming of center director Stephen Seifert...
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Reign Dance

8 years ago by Susan Froyd
In the true spirit of EcoArts, a co-sponsor of its performance here, Robert Moses’ Kin Dance Company will blend art and issues of global ecology in Reign Forest, a new short work commissioned by the month-long arts/science series (along with the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins and the University of...
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Let's Put On a Show!

8 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
City boosters suffering performance anxiety over the upcoming Democratic National Convention should take heart in the major gathering that hits town today: the National Performing Arts Convention, with more than two dozen disciplines banding together at one confab to share thoughts on the challenges they face — and then sharing...
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DU isn't all about presidential debate and politics: School gets straight to the art

4 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
The University of Denver isn't all about political debates. The Lamont School of Music is offering 250 free concerts this year, for example. And in Now Showing, Westword's fall arts guide, DU arts administrators gave particularly intriguing answers to questions about the city's cultural scene...
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Now Showing: A Westword guide to the arts in Denver

The aspen aren't the only things that turn golden in the fall. The cultural scene also glitters, as arts groups large and small, high-brow and low-, celebrated and secret, start their new seasons. To get straight to the art of the most exciting events in the months ahead, we went...
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The Sounds of Solstice

12 years ago by Susan Froyd
SAT, 12/4 Neal Conan may know radio, but he can't keep a beat. The Talk of the Nation host was once a peppy percussionist who was asked to permanently retire his drumsticks by his high school bandleader, ultimately diverting Conan to a distinguished career in broadcast journalism. Luckily for us,...
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Homage to Heroes

13 years ago by Kity Ironton
WED, 9/17 The horrors of 9/11 left many Americans grasping for meaning. New York journalist Anne Nelson was one of them, and when she was asked to assist a fire captain in writing eulogies for eight of his finest who died, she composed a commemoration for each. In the process,...
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Inside the first Denver taping of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

8 years ago by Joe Tone
Jon Stewart. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is taping shows at the University of Denver's Newman Center Tuesday through Friday during DNC week, and after trying and failing to snag tickets through the show's website (admittedly, I started late), I figured I'd be watching it on TV like the...
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Inside the first Denver taping of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
Jon Stewart. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is taping shows at the University of Denver's Newman Center Tuesday through Friday during DNC week, and after trying and failing to snag tickets through the show's website (admittedly, I started late), I figured I'd be watching it on TV like the...
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Absurdly Good

19 years ago by Jim Lillie
Environmental-theater designer Jerry Rojo once remarked that he regarded Samuel Beckett's Endgame as the ultimate personal theatrical experience. Convinced that the play's two main characters personified the conflicting forces of intellect and emotion, Rojo created a unique design for his production of the play: The maverick designer crafted individual cardboard...

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