(Left to right: Alicia Baker; Paige Olson; Elise Collins)
Through performances and workshops, CSF and CSPV work to prevent school violence
The work of William Shakespeare is hardly sacrosanct.
How do you steal the heart of a disaffected teenager? Send in Alan Rickman.
Coloradans may have thought they’d seen the last of John Hutton when he took his final Denver bow in 2014. But the extraordinary actor, now based in New York, just can’t seem to stay away.
Due to the Dead & Company stadium shows coming to the CU-Boulder campus Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3, CSF will not hold the following performances scheduled for that weekend:
CSF’s “A Comedy of Errors” casts women in lead roles and achieves gender parity for the first time.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival at the University of Colorado Boulder has set its 2016 season, to run Friday, June 3 through Sunday, Aug. 7.
There's so much more to William Shakespeare than "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "Romeo and Juliet" and "Hamlet."
Myths, legends and fairy tales highlight 59th season. Season tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 2 and single tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 30.