CENTENNIAL, CO, January 14, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dennis K. Law, MD, has been inducted into Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Since 2016, Dr. Law has been the director and owner of Canyon Madness Ranch in Roy, New Mexico. A beautiful lodge that offers a remote yet majestic landscape in the northeast corner of the state, it is cantilevered over the edge of the Canadian River Canyon and includes a 14,000-acre backdrop. A unique place for those looking for a little adventure, guests can horseback ride on one of his 35 trained horses, participate in a vast variety of sport-shooting activities, try a hand at archery, or go hiking, mountain biking, ATV riding, or choose from other fun things to do in a back-in-time "Go West" adventure. After a long day, guests may dine on international cuisine before relaxing at the serene and inviting Teepee Lodge of unworldly design. Packages are all-inclusive with meals, beverages and all activities readily available led by competent and friendly guides and instructors. He hopes to leave a legacy at his ranch, one that provides a unique experience unlike any other anywhere in the world.
Dr. Law spent the first 20 years of his career in medicine as a general, thoracic and vascular surgeon in Denver. Among his many proud moments, he was involved with the Flight for Life program through Saint Anthony Hospital that founded our nation's first air ambulance system for trauma and other emergency medical services. As the first of four brothers to become successful physicians, he and his siblings all attended America's first medical school, the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. They later donated an auditorium to their alma mater in honor of their parents, Joseph and Loretta Law. Their father was notably a very successful businessman and toy manufacturer in Hong Kong.
Some time before he retired from practicing medicine, Dr. Law became involved in the arts and entertainment industry in 1996, beginning as a producer for a $30 million feature film project, Warriors of Virtue, that was distributed by MGM, Warner Brothers and Columbia Artists. He then worked in China on a successful children's film, Xiwa, for CCTV and a well-recognized television series entitled April Rhapsody. Since 2001, Dr. Law steadfastly build a reputation as a director and producer of a new brand of musical theater, Action-Musicals. Purchasing a Broadway theater in Canada called The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts, he used this extraordinary venue to officially launch his new career as an important director and producer of American-Chinese action-based musicals. Dr. Law then began more devoting time in China in order to promote American-Chinese cultural exchange in musical and theatrical arts. There, he produced and directed over 10 musical theater works including "Of Heaven & Earth," "Heartbeat," "Tang Concubines", "Monkey King," "Senses-Las Vegas," and the world's first 3D theatrical show, "Terracotta Warriors 3D." In 2018, Dr. Law founded the new annual Denver International Festival of Arts and Technology with its associated Denny Awards for excellence in the field of electronic music. This festival has produced notable musical theater events like "Ode to Nature", "War & Peace" and "Ms. Butterfly". For his contributions to musical theater entertainment, Dr. Law received a nomination for a Toronto Dora Award for Best Direction of a Musical for "Heartbeat" in 2005, and three of his productions submitted for adjudication have garnered seven nominations and three Dora awards in Canada.
Dr. Law's current pet project lies in building an internet application and website, www.americatranslated.com, designed to help newly-immigrants understand the historical basis of America's greatness in order to use their newfound freedom to achieve their ultimate goals.
As a collector of fine art and antiques, the Dennis & Alyssa Law Foundation has recently donated over one hundred pieces of Chinese antiquities and American fine art to the Denver Art Museum, in honor of their parents, Joseph and Loretta Law. Lauded by the Asian art curator to be the most important single-family donation to the museum in fifty years, fourteen pieces from this donation can be seen in permanent exhibition in Denver Art Museum's newly renovated Asian gallery.
Since the 1980s, Dr. Law became involved in real estate alongside his three brothers. Global Pacific Properties is a commercial real estate investment, development and management business that was originally founded by their father. The firm is headquartered in Denver and owns a large portfolio of commercial real estate.
Dr. Law holds Bachelor of Arts '69 and Doctor of Medicine '73 degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. He was a diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
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