Aeriel dance ensemble BANDALOOP launches the Newman Center Presents season with a FREE performance.

Founded in 1991 by Amelia Rudolph and currently led be artistic director Melecio Estrella, BANDALOOP is an Oakland, California-based vertical dance performance group that celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. The movement and climbing-trained dancers will

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Introducing our 2022-23 Newman Center Presents Series! Subscription packages are on sale now.

The Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver has announced the 2022-2023 Newman Center Presents series to launch in September. The upcoming season marks the 20th anniversary of the Newman Center. Having hosted thousands of performances by Newman Center Presents, the Lamont School

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Just Announced: Compagnie Hervé Koubi January 29 at the Newman Center

Compagnie Hervé Koubi delivers a highly physical, stunningly fluid work that defies gravity. The 14 all-male virtuoso ensemble hails from Algeria, Morocco and the Mediterranean basin. Mixing capoeira, martial arts, and contemporary dance on the stage, the ensemble combines the powerful imagery of Asian art and Islamic architecture, with a diverse soundtrack that includes recordings by Kronos Quartet, Johann Sebastian Bach and others. Since their US premiere in New York

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Newman Center Reveal Spotlights on DU News

Our program manager Ramsey Walker spoke to DU News about the reveal of the upcoming season at the Newman Center. Our theatre is one of the University of Denver’s best public spaces and we aspire to provide diverse programming that offers students, neighbors, and friends an outlet for experiencing communal

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A Virtual Season Reveal: Newman Center 2020-2021 is here!

We’ve taken a pause and the theatre is airing out in anticipation for our 2020-2021 season. The unprecedented closure caused by COVID-19 has taken its toll on arts organizations around the world, but we’ve noticed that these associations have continued to bring creativity and color into our homes during this

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