An instant Buntport classic! “Edgar Allan Poe Is Dead and So Is My Cat” has everything including a Poe-obsessed 40-year-old man who lives in his sister’s basement, a house without a proper door, an awkward cat funeral, an abundance of Poe references, cheesy literary t-shirts, a “suit with anecdotes” and of course extremely hilarious moments that leave you gasping for breath as you laugh so hard you cry. We loved it and think you should see it. Tickets are $18 online and $20 at the door. Shown Continue Reading
We believe that enjoying Denver's arts and culture scene is the perfect way to play, make new friends, and fall in love with the city. Here's what's on our radar right now.
Now you see it, now you don't! Way more than some tech gimmick, the new augmented reality (AR) tool available at the Clyfford Still Museum as part of their current exhibition "Still & Art" gives visitors fresh context and perspective on artists and works that may have influenced Still. Visitors can use one of the phablets to zoom in on these virtual works by simply walking toward the wall and even examine the texture of the paint by moving the device around. A fascinating (and really fun!) Continue Reading
With the Dream Delivery Service, Mathias Svalina writes and delivers dreams to subscribers every day for a month. To nearby subscribers, Svalina hand-delivers the dreams—brief surrealist narratives he writes & encloses in small pink envelopes–to their doors, biking through the empty streets of Denver before dawn. Svalina started the Dream Delivery Service 2014, hoping to devise a new sort of relationship with a reader, a new kind of reading intimacy. In addition to his delivery service, Continue Reading
This is not the Macbeth you remember from English class. Rather, it's a contemporary dance-infused production that feels more like an evening out at a techno nightclub than a trip to the theater. Performed by an all male cast clad in black boots, minimal clothing and lots of leather, this performance takes a decidedly edgy approach to a classic tale. While the language of the play remains true to the original, the characters are brought into the present as actors incorporate modern day body Continue Reading
From the days of early settlers heading west to the new millennium, African Americans have helped shape Denver into the city we know and love. Here are 4 places to start your exploration of African American history in Denver: Continue Reading
Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is a 14-day holiday filled with iconic symbols such as red envelopes, lanterns, dumplings, lion and dragon dances, firecrackers and lucky posters. Continue Reading