A Year With Frog and Toad opens today!
The cast of the Arvada Center’s spring children’s theatre production are ready to hop, slither, crawl and fly their way across stage! A Year With Frog and Toad, an adaption of the beloved children’s stories by Arnold Lobel, opens today. The musical features bright, intricate costumes and an upbeat and humorous score. It’s perfect […]
Marlowe Awards recognize Sister Act, Tartuffe
Every year, local theatre reviewer David Marlowe presents his picks for the best performances and technical achievements in the Denver theatre community. The 2016 Marlowe Awards have been announced, and Arvada Center artists and productions staff won four of them! Click here to read the complete list of awards, and congrats everyone! Best Supporting […]
2016 True West Awards recognize Center actors & designers!
The Arvada Center has the opportunity to work with so many talented members of the Colorado theatre community every year – and this year, six actors and one designer involved in our productions were recognized in the 2016 True West Awards! Congrats to these talented people – look for their work in upcoming Arvada Center productions […]
From Page to Stage – the Making of a Musical
This holiday season the Arvada Center produced a brand-new musical work – the first in our 41-year history. Arvada Center Artistic Producer of Musicals Rod A. Lansberry and I’ll Be Home for Christmas co-creators, David Nehls and Kenn McLaughlin offer their perspective to what it takes to build a new musical from the ground up. Describe […]
Historic art piece returns to the Center
If you’ve visited the Arvada Center recently you may have noticed a construction project in front of the building. An historic art piece is getting a facelift and a new location this month! “Jack’s Piece,” by John Young, was installed at the center in 1981. It was originally part of an exhibition called Issues […]