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|21 May 2021||Fist Fight||The Oriental Theater, Denver|
|05 Jun 2021||Octopus Tree||The Oriental Theater, Denver|
|18 Jun 2021||Goodnight Freeman||The Oriental Theater, Denver|
|26 Jun 2021||Ghost Revue||The Oriental Theater, Denver|
|28 May 2021||Afton Presents Roxy Theatre 528||The Roxy Theatre, Denver|
|01 Oct 2021||Jo Koy - Denver CO Just Kidding World Tour||Bellco Theatre, Denver|
Movies, plays, and musicals have been an influencing art form and a crowd pleaser for ages. With improvisation now, the concept of plays has gone from live theatre to dinner theatre and more. Let’s give you a quick tour of theatres in Denver. Must go places for live theatre in Denver include Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre, Paramount theatre, and Garner Galleria Theater. Upcoming screenings in Denver include Where'd You Go, Bernadette" at Harkins Theatre, Sever at Mayan Theatre and Let the Battle Begin at Pop Culture Classroom. Other theatres in Denver to stop by are Grafenberg, Roxy and The Bug Theatre. If you are in Denver for long you can get the Theater 29’s 2019 Season Pass where you get a discounted ticket to a show by each of the Theater 29 resident companies including Pandemic Collective, Chase & Be Still Productions, Feral Assembly, & Denverwrights. Denver Film Festival has been an annual favorite. Denver Jewish Film Festival and Jamm are another Film Festival in Denver celebrating Jewish films and cultural arts.
Denver Centre for Performing Arts and Denver Performing Arts Complex are the popular places to enjoy good plays in Denver. You cannot miss Denver Performing Art classics like Irving Berlin's White Christmas, The SantaLand Diaries, Come from Away and The Constant Wife. Among upcoming plays are A Bronx Tale and Anna Karenina at Denver Centre for Performing Arts; WET: A Documented Journey with Alex Alpharaoh at Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts Center; and The Remake Rumble With Black Actors Guild - a weekly gathering where local actors, writers, or comedians recreate classic movies or an episode of a TV show. The participants are given 20 minutes to perform the entire scene/episode. This being a competition, the audience gets to vote for their favorite among the lot! Scheduled remakes for The Remake Rumble include Titanic, Jerry Maguire, Apocalypto, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Gravity and many more. For all you fans of musicals, upcoming musicals in Denver include Legally Blonde at The Bakery and Shrek at Jesters Dinner Theatre. Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre is known for screening musicals for the younger generation, they have played Mulan and Les Miserables in the past and also hosts Denver Summer Camp and acting classes. Another workshop for those interested is On Camera Film Scene Auditioning Workshop (CO) at Benjy Dorbin Studios.
Dinner theatre is an evening with food, beverages and a staged play or musical together. Among the favorite for Dinner Theatre in Denver are Adams Mystery Playhouse, Dinner Detective Murder Mystery and Jesters Dinner Theatre. Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Dinner Show is America's largest murder mystery comedy dinner show where you get to solve a hilarious murder case while you enjoy a four-course plated dinner at Embassy Suites by Hilton. Jesters Dinner theatre in Denver has a homely feeling to it, their USP being friendliness and customer service. They are currently playing Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Gun and Shrek: The Musical. Adams Mystery Playhouse - voted Best Mystery Dinner Theater in Denver for the last 3 years now, is a Premier Mystery Dinner Theatre where Mysteries are performed for the public on Friday and Saturday nights! Upcoming mysteries are Murder at an Irish Wake, Murder in the roaring twenties and High Stakes Heist. Mystery Bug hit you yet? Check out some amazing plays and the dinner theatre on your visit to Denver on AllEvents.
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