Rock

Scholarship recipients thank donors, in person, for their help

May 22, 2018

Peter Rock is among scores of students whose tuition costs have been reduced thanks to donors and among the scholarship recipients and scholarship donors who recently shared lunch and conversation.

king

Actor finds a way to shine and Rise

April 24, 2018

CU Boulder’s BFA performance ‘boot camp’ molded actor Sergio King for success, which he's now enjoying on new NBC series.

Dance

Dancer takes a bite out of the Big Apple

April 18, 2018

Gesel Mason's performance of “No Boundaries: Dancing the Visions of Contemporary Black Choreographers” at the Billie Holiday Theater made The New York Times' top 10 list.

Hair

Far out! It's the Age of Aquarius again

April 9, 2018

Theatre & Dance Department celebrates 50th anniversary of love-rock musical 'Hair'

rubberband

RUBBERBANDance brings both barrio and barre to Boulder

March 9, 2018

Montreal-based dance company draws on hip-hop, ballet and contemporary influences at Macky Auditorium, March 24

Chicago

Beth Osnes is turning cities a little green all over the world

Feb. 9, 2018

On all seven continents, people are popping up covered head-to-toe in green. They're doing so at the behest of CU Boulder Associate Professor Beth Osnes

comedy

CU Theatre stages Shakespeare’s farcical ‘Comedy of Errors’

Feb. 7, 2018

The University of Colorado Boulder’s theatre season continues with “The Comedy of Errors,” a wacky, clever Shakespearean farce. The colorful, lively production, directed by Assistant Professor of TheatreKevin Rich, runs March 14-18 in the intimate Loft Theatre.

dance

Ailey II brings innovative, youthful and passionate dance to Boulder

Feb. 7, 2018

“Wow factor aplenty,” says Herald Scotland. “Second to none,” gushes Dance Magazine. “The entire company … looks terrific,” proclaims The New York Times.

wake

In ‘We Are the Wake,’ CU playwright brings the dead back to life

Jan. 23, 2018

New Play Festival winner reveals the rich history of New York’s Hart Island On an island in New York City, there’s a mass grave where more than a million forgotten souls are buried — and almost no one knows about it. Once the home of a tuberculosis hospital and then...

death

CU stages fresh adaptation of 500-year-old play ‘Everyman’

Jan. 23, 2018

When death comes calling, how will you measure your time on Earth? That’s the question presented in “Everyman,” a classic 15th-century morality play.

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