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The word "Orwellian" got quite the workout at the recent 41st Telluride Film Festival.
Playwright/Performer Martin Moran returns to his hometown with a reprise of his Obie award-winning, one-man show, "The Tricky Part," about confronting the church counselor he had a "relation…
It wasn't quite the toppling of a monarch. But it came awfully close. Stephen Schwartz and Roger Hirson's 1973 Broadway musical "Pippin" recounts the tale of a restless young prince named P…
Vintage Theatre has returned to the New Orleans apartment of Stanley Kowalski and wife Stella in a solid and subtle production of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire.
The Denver Center Theatre Company has unveiled the final show of its 2014-2015 season.
It may be an overstatement to declare this but what the heck: Classical musical opera-style * * * ½ If a theater company — or in this instance the Central City Opera &mdas…
For many, Neil Simon's famous divorced duo Oscar Madison and Felix Ungar came by way of TV, not the stage, when Jack Klugman and Tony Randall inhabited the roles on the 1970s sitcom.
It was a resonant and rending weekend lineup. First up, the opening of the one-woman play "Who Will Sing for Lena?
One thing became clear by the end of the 9th Annual Henry Awards: Playwright Matthew Lopez is the real deal.
There they were: George and Martha snarling, snapping, gnawing on each other's emotional limbs.
The timeless tale of a orphaned boy adopted by an ape mother — complete with vine swinging!
It's a small miracle that can happen at rock concerts and Sunday worship services. Yes, the shared voice of the crowd can be a thing of transcendent wonder.
Roxxy Duda stepped onto the University Theatre stage one recent Sunday to introduce a matinee performance of "I Hate Hamlet.
It's almost too easy to say that the Arvada Center's production of the Disney musical "Tarzan" won't mean a thing if it ain't got some swing.
A son is sent packing by his parents with the upbeat promise that there's a "Big Bright Beautiful World" out there.
It's probably a few years yet before Abby Noble and Conner Kingsley feel the need to thank agents, managers, publicists from an awards gala podium.
In "I Hate Hamlet," successful actor Andrew Rally arrives in New York from Los Angeles after the end of his TV series, "L.
There's some mighty fine two-stepping taking place in the intimate musical "Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky," having its Colorado premiere at Colorado Springs' Fine Arts Center (thro…
As often as "The Tempest" is performed, it still comes as a surprise how truly strange a work it can be.
Broadway's biggest party — the American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards — is set to sashay into Radio City Music Hall tonight.
It's OK if you detect a trace of Walter White and a touch of "American Hustle " in "Peggy Jo and the Desolate Nothing," onstage at Bunport though June 21.
Musicals are treated at times as if they are built solely for belting. So each year, when the Cherry Creek Theatre presents its summer musical, it offers up-close-and-personal lessons…
For four weekends, Buntport and Square Product Theater have joined forces to consider the tale of cross-dressing bank robber Peggy Jo Tallas, as only two of the area's most creatively heads…
Two of the area's most inspired, zany theater companies — Denver's Buntport and Boulder's Square Product Theatre — team up for the final work of their seasons.
So ferocious were the cultural appetites — from painting to music to literature — that the 1920s rightly earned the moniker the Roaring Twenties.
The fog insinuating itself above the stage before the Curious Theatre Company's "Venus in Fur" plunges the audience into questions of eros and power and speaks to both the chill and smold…
Should a play be taken to task for the news cycle it arrives in? Probably not. Unless that work actually invites the scrutiny.
An original love story deserves an equally unique telling. The Tony-winning musical "Once" — at the Buell for too fleeting a moment — is just that.
"The Great Gatsby" gang — Jay and Nick, Tom and Daisy — are still on invitation lists this season.
A storm is lashing the night sky outside a honky-tonk bar in Mobile, Ala. Thunderclaps occasionally punctuate the fast and furiously funny business taking place at the Garner Galleria,