Mozart’s comic opera, Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), is a farcical jaunt through a not-so-typical day in the Almaviva household. The servant couple, Figaro and Susanna, are to be married later in the evening; while the Count (who has amorous designs on the bride) attempts to revive the droit du seigneur allowing him intimate time with Susanna on the wedding night. The Boulder Opera presents a fully-staged production at the open-air The Spark theater on March 7, 13 & 14. [Read more…] about 50% Off Tickets For Boulder Opera’s ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ When You Buy 2 Or More
Score one for all tutu and toe shoe fans. Colorado Ballet will return to live, in-person performances at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House for the 2021/2022 season, which will include Giselle, The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, The Wizard of Oz and Ballet MasterWorks. “Words cannot express how much we are all looking forward to getting back into the theater to perform, and back in front of our audiences,” said Artistic Director Gil Boggs in a press release. [Read more…] about Colorado Ballet Returns To The Stage For 2021-2022 Season
No fairy tale here, just a bargain hunter’s dream — enjoying a little Disney magic for FREE. For kids of all ages, it doesn’t get much better than enjoying a big bowl of your favorite cereal, while watching your favorite cartoon, superhero flick or sci-fi adventure. And there’s no better choice than watching a movie or special from Disney’s vast catalog, which includes the worlds of Marvel, National Geographic, Pixar and Star Wars. Stream the best stories in the world, all in one place with Disney+. [Read more…] about Get One Month of Disney+ For Free
Harkins Theatres is showing a classic film every week at a classic price with its Tuesday Night Classics film series. Relive your favorite films the way they were meant to be seen — on the big screen! The series can make for a fun, inexpensive night out with your spouse or partner. It’s just like being on a first date again for some couples, given many of the titles are from the 80s. [Read more…] about Harkins Theatres: $5 Tuesday Night Classics Film Series
Here’s an interesting freebie. Laura, Bryan & Claire are big fans of Broadway musicals, but you don’t have to go to New York City to hear musical theater. AccuBroadway delivers. It’s the first multi-channel Broadway radio station and FREE with no downloading required. Simply go to the website and the choose from more than two-dozen channels from classic to modern shows, or choose between decades or composers. We are listening to Chicago, while writing this post.
Lights! Camera! Action! It’s just not quite the same watching a summer blockbuster on the small screen in your living room. Film fanatics have struggled to fully enjoy their favorite pastime over the last several months. There’s just something special about watching the action on the big screen in a darkened theater. (Plus, it’s nearly impossible to replicate movie theater popcorn at home, right? It has something to do with that “buttery topping’!) [Read more…] about Updated! Now Showing: Which Movie Theaters Are Open (Again) in Denver?
No contracts, monthly fees or password necessary! Redbox may be known for its little red disc-rental kiosks at grocery and convenience stores. However, they offer more entertainment options than just movie and game rentals. The entertainment company also offers FREE Live TV with dozens of family-friendly channels. [Read more…] about Redbox: Free Movies & TV With No Subscription Or Sign-In Required
Can you smell the popcorn? It’s showtime again, film fanatics! After being closed for nearly two months because of state restrictions, Cinemark is popping popcorn again at all nine of its Colorado locations, starting on Friday, January 8. Going to the movies will definitely still feel different because, under the current guidelines, indoor theaters can only operate at 25% capacity — with a 50-person limit and 6-foot distancing between parties. [Read more…] about Cinemark Reopens All Nine Colorado Locations On Friday
Lights! Camera! Action! It’s showtime again, film fanatics! After being closed for months, Harkins Theatres is popping popcorn again at both of its Colorado locations, starting on Friday, January 8. Going to the movies will definitely still feel different because, under the current guidelines, indoor theaters can only operate at 25% capacity — with a 50-person limit and 6-foot distancing between parties. [Read more…] about Harkins Theatres Reopens Both Colorado Locations On Friday
Please check first, as some theater chains or select locations may remain closed. Roll out the red carpet! Hasn’t everyone dreamed of having a movie theater all to themselves for just friends and family? You could laugh and talk as you would watch a film at home with all the fun and inside jokes just on a much bigger screen and with a little VIP treatment. (Okay, maybe not so much talking, but a little teasing each other, right?)
Thanks to one tricky virus and its impact on going to the movies, you can now host your very own private movie screening right here in Denver and you don’t even need to be a Hollywood insider. [Read more…] about Here’s Where You Can Host Your Own Private Movie Screening in Denver
The Narrators, Denver’s longest running and most popular live storytelling event, announce the return of their popular podcast, with new episodes starting January 8. Founded in 2010, The Narrators has long called Denver’s eclectic Buntport Theater home. There, audiences would pack in every month to hear comedians, actors, musicians, writers, and other fascinating folks share true stories from their lives, centered on a monthly theme. [Read more…] about Storytelling For Our Time: The Narrators Podcast Returns
Hey, movie lovers! There’s yet another plot twist in the drama of getting movie theaters back up to full speed. The latest blockbuster to get its release date pushed back is the next highly-anticipated James Bond flick, No Time To Die. The film was originally scheduled to be released this year in April 2020. Then, you know what happened next. As a result, the film was pushed back to November 2020. Well, now, it’s been pushed back again, this time, to April 2021 — a full year later. [Read more…] about Regal Cinemas Closing Again — Expected To Stay Closed Until 2021
Hey, independent film lovers! You can “go to the movies” right from your couch, thanks to Sie FilmCenter’s new Virtual Cinema. The new platform allows film fanatics to view all virtual Denver Film content in one place, with one simple login. It will be the hub for all things Denver Film and serve as the home of the Denver Film Festival (DFF) in the fall. [Read more…] about Denver Film Opens Virtual Sie FilmCenter
Good news for independent film lovers! After months of being dark, Landmark’s Mayan Theatre is opening it doors again on Friday, August 28. Unfortunately, there are no ticket specials or reduced concessions. Plus, no word yet on when its two other Colorado locations will reopen — Chez Artiste and The Esquire. [Read more…] about Landmark’s Mayan Theatre Reopens on Friday
Going to the movies is just a given in the summer for families looking for blockbuster fun, especially under a beautiful Colorado evening sky. In a typical year, there are dozens of outdoor film series at community parks and sports fields. Unfortunately, as with most summer events, many have been canceled. However, all is not lost. Drive-in movie theaters, both permanent and pop-up, are making a big comeback all over town. [Read more…] about Drive-In Movie Theaters Are Popping Up All Over Town – Here’s A List