There's little more to say other than AMAZING!!! The show. The actual venue. I hope I can make it back for another holiday show.
I have been to a few of the theatres. Most of the seats are pretty decent. It is a nice complex as well.
We went to the Ellie Caulkins Opera House which is part of the complex for the opening night of the Denver Film Festival to see the movie "Labor Day". It's probably not a place usually used for film screening but was perfect for the occasion. Seats were comfortable and pretty good visibility unless you are seated all the way to... More
I have never had a bad seat nor seen a bad show in any of the venues here. It's a great urban center for the arts, well designed and laid out. It's clean and the staff is friendly. Broadway plays come here (just saw Book of Mormon at the Buell), intimate venue for artists (An Acoustic Evening with Ben Harper... More
If you love the theater you will love the Denver Center of Performing Arts. There is a wonderful variety on theaters all within this single complex. Whether it is a small theater in the round or a Broadway production you are seeking you can find it here. The acoustics and Beaty of Ellie Caulkins opera house should not be missed.
Having made a special effort to make this our first stop, my friends and I were very disappointed. The buildings looked impressive but it was all empty. It was late Friday morning and there was nothing on, no people milling around, nothing.
The Buell Theater is great and the whole complex is wonderful. There is so much to do and see. Parking is a breeze but $15 (sometimes it's included in our ticket, sometimes we have to pay) and officer directed. Food and drink options are everywhere and kinda pricey, but that's to be expected in that area. Still, a wonderful evening!
We've had season tickets to the theater there for years. One or two shows each year aren't much to our taste and one or two are outstanding. Two smaller theaters provide more intimate settings for small shows, with excellent acting and directing. The largest venue gets national Broadway and other large shows. Good acoustics and sound system there but don't... More
I saw "Sister Act" It was excellent. Wonderful cast, great voices and thoroughly enjoyable. The movie location was in LasVegas, but the Play version took place in Philadelphia. The music was "dance in the isle" lively. I live near Philadelphia and know the city well so all the references were exciting. What a great location with so many venues. The... More
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