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Elegantly decorated with silk tapestries, marble, and terracotta, this historic Paramount Theater is a haven for performing arts enthusiasts. Performances by the Colorado Ballet and other fine artists in dance, theater, music, and opera, can all be seen here on the Paramount Theater stage. To top it all, the modernized lighting and acoustics add a powerful impact to the scintillating performances. You can also book the theater and the venues within it for your own events. In the year 1980, it was listed on the U.S National Register of Historic Places.
The Buell Theatre is an impressive and grand theater in Denver, Colorado. It is a popular venue that hosts extravagant Broadway musicals and stunning performances. It is believed to be one of the largest theaters and also of much prestige to the city and its cultural scene. With around 5,000 seating capacity and an imposing contemporary decor, makes every event an outstanding one.
A stellar venue with steep graded seating allowing 700 theatergoers perfect viewing, the Stage Theater is the pride of the Tony Award winning regional Denver Center Theater Company. The performance space provides amazing versatility for the groups creative lighting and incredible stage designs, and the towering ceilings create acoustical perfection. Located in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the theater presents the Company's more mainstream productions and is a popular setting for the works of Shakespeare and acclaimed off Broadway plays.
The Garner Galleria Theater is a cabaret style theater and seats around 210 people. It offers cabaret productions like the Taffetas and the longest running, Always...Patsy Cline. Come here and experience a cabaret performance while you enjoy a glass of cocktail along with their other servings. Call and check beforehand for the show timings as they tend to vary.
The Gothic Theatre has an illustrious history. Started in the twenties, the theater was more than just a place for films, it was a place to meet friends and family. It was also the first theater in Denver to show talking movies. Today the grand art deco style of the theater is still dominant and it has now been turned into a world-class music center. In keeping with the move, the Gothic has installed state-of-the-art sound and light systems, doing justice to visiting bands like The Rebirth Brass Band.
Centrally located in Downtown Littleton, Colorado, the Town Hall Arts Center is a local theater. It has featured fine comedies, plays and musicals for the Denver metro area for over 20 years. It was erected in 1920, and the center organizes an array of concerts, events as well as programs for children. The Santon Art Gallery within the center hosts art exhibitions. It is open from Monday to Friday between 10:00a to 5:00p. It is also an ideal venue for meetings, business functions, and the likes.
Red Rocks Amphitheater is a stunning, naturally formed amphitheater located in the Rocky Mountains. The first ever natural amphitheater in the world, it is geologically formed, made up of two, three hundred foot (91.44 meters) monoliths. The Red Rocks area is known as the Garden of Angels and is world-famous for its perfect acoustic pitch. Red Rocks has been the venue for entertainers since the turn of the century and has a plethora of musicians and artists performing every month. Even if there isn't a concert playing, there's always the majestic splendor of the 640-acre (259 hectares) park that surrounds the venue.