Midtown Arts Center continues its tradition of bringing Broadway up close and close to home for northern Colorado audiences through its 2012/2013 theater season. Packed with two state premiere titles and a northern Colorado premier, Midtown is bringing its best season yet.
Perfect Square, a leading Loveland-based visual communications and graphic design firm, has been chosen by the City of Loveland to develop the brand and identity needed to market Loveland as a world-class destination for tourism.
Beginning Jan. 13, 2012, the Dinner Theatre at Midtown Arts Center will be home to Colorado’s first professional production of the 2004 Tony® Award Winning musical “Avenue Q.” This also marks the first time in state history that the show will run on a dinner theatre stage.
The Loveland Chamber of Commerce today unveiled the 2012 official Loveland valentine card and cachet, kicking off the 66th annual Valentine Program, the nation’s largest program of its kind.
Fred’s Used Websites, a Loveland-based website development company known for its focus on customization, has been chosen by the Loveland Chamber of Commerce to upgrade the backend of its website www.loveland.org.
The Loveland Chamber of Commerce, the driving force of business for Loveland, announced its 2012 Board of Directors, including those elected at the Nov. 30 board of directors meeting.
Engaging Loveland’s Snow Sculpture in the Dark, the only snow sculpting competition in northern Colorado, will take place Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 in downtown Loveland. Beginning at noon on Dec. 6, the five-day snow sculpting event will feature seven snow sculpting teams, made up of three sculptors each, as they hand carve snow creations to be judged by the community.
On Nov. 19, Midtown Arts Center celebrated its 1st anniversary as northern Colorado’s newest cultural performing arts center and the first of its kind in the high-density south Fort Collins business and residential district. Since opening, Midtown Arts Center has increased its gross attendance by 25 percent, among its achievements.
The Loveland Chamber of Commerce today announced the call for 2011 Investor Award nominations for outstanding businesses and individuals. This year’s video award will celebrate the theme of the Loveland Chamber’s Annual Investors Dinner ‘Rio Carnival – Celebrate.” All awards can be self-nominated or nominated by other investors.
Midtown Arts Center, northern Colorado's premier cultural and performing arts center, has added America’s largest murder mystery comedy dinner show, “The Dinner Detective®,“ to its portfolio. Beginning Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 25), audiences across northern Colorado will be able to enjoy the region’s best and only professional murder mystery show exclusively in the ballroom at Midtown Arts Center every Saturday night beginning at 6:00 p.m.
The spectacular, sell-out holiday hit, Irving Berlin's “White Christmas” graces the stage at Midtown Arts Center for its fourth season from Nov. 18, 2011 through Jan. 1, 2012. Combined with Midtown’s gourmet holiday feast, the show runs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening as well as Saturday and Sunday matinees. for the month of December.
“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding”, the longest running off-Broadway show in the nation, brings a whole new element to northern Colorado’s performing arts scene. The show makes its northern Colorado debut at the Midtown Arts Center from Sept. 9 – Nov. 13 and will feature more than 20 local actors.
Tony® Award Winning Broadway musical “Next to Normal” comes to Colorado for the first time ever Sept. 8 through Nov. 12, 2011, debuting at the Dinner Theatre at Midtown Arts Center. Only two years after its Broadway debut, “Next to Normal” has been released exclusively to Midtown Arts Center and only one other regional theatre in the country for local audiences.
Perfect Square, a leading Loveland-based visual communications and graphic design firm, has inked an exclusive design and branding deal with Engaging Loveland, Inc. through 2011.