Stolowitz’s new work will be presented alongside three finalists as part of the Blue Ink Festival this May.
He started as an actor and became a visionary director of classics, chiefly though not exclusively by Shakespeare.
The season will include the return of a holiday classic as well as plays from Tom Stoppard and Lynn Nottage.
A new law designed to rein in the state’s gig economy is leaving theatres and theatre artists with questions about their future.
Henderson, who currently serves as the company’s artistic director, will now be an executive leader.
The season will feature Lanford Wilson’s ‘Fifth of July,’ starring Trish Hawkins, in a reprise of her Broadway role.
The Denver Center Theatre Company season will feature two world premieres.
The writer, editor, and professor leaves behind a legacy of joy and generosity as well as his influential contributions to performance scholarship.
The season includes an updated ‘Christmas Carol’ and a Lloyd Price jukebox musical.
The first two episodes will be taped in front of a live audience this March.