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Denver playwright Jeffrey Neuman’s "What You Will" at Benchmark Theatre is a witty, incisive and sometimes prurient reflection on loyalty, truth, marriage and relationships.
Central City Opera's "Man of La Mancha" is as dark as it is sentimental, an argument for sustaining hope in a pitiless universe.
Aurora's Vintage Theatre typically chooses lively, engaging plays, which makes clunkers like "Always A Bridesmaid" stand out in painfully sharp relief.
Spotlight Theatre Company's engaging "The Foreigner" is just about perfect summer fare, an improbable story about a painfully shy man whose impersonation of a foreigner enlivens a moribund f…
Vintage Theatre's spirited production of "The Spitfire Grill" showcases the considerable vocal talents of its female cast, especially Megan Van De Hey and Kelly Watt.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival's production of "Much Ado About Nothing" is arch and lively, a battle of wits and words.
Everything about the touring production of "Wicked" is larger than life: The giant dragon overlord supervising the show, the steampunk gears framing the story and the outsized personas of…
With a pert Mary Poppins (Tracy Warren) whose no-nonsense attitude cleaves close to P.
Vintage Theatre's production of Marsha Norman's "'Night, Mother" is compelling, intelligent and, for a story about impending suicide, surprisingly witty.
Director Nick Sugar, a superlative cast and inspired stage, sound and costume design have created a "Young Frankenstein" that's vibrant, exhilaratingly creative and charmingly naughty at Lit…
With a modest but versatile set and a remarkably cohesive, powerful cast, Vintage Theatre's production of "UNMarried in America" examines the emotional shrapnel and confusion in the wake …
The Betsy Stage's adaptation of "Othello" is a brash, waggish production that brilliantly riffs on the Marx Brothers, American musicals, Martha Graham and pop culture.
Lynn Andrews' robust, saucy Miss Hannigan and Adia Dant's insouciant performance as the tiny orphan named Molly don't exactly upstage the rest of the excellent cast in the solid and energiz…
"A Man of No Importance," at The Arvada Center, treads a delicate balance between insight and implacability as an earnest amateur theater director attempts to stage a play in 1964 at his
Lynn Andrews' robust, saucy Miss Hannigan and Adia Dant's insouciant performance as the tiny orphan named Molly don't exactly upstage the rest of the excellent cast in the solid and
It's droll, witty and geeky in the best sense of the word, full of magical realism in the form of villains and scenarios familiar to "Dungeons & Dragons" fans.
"Funnier than I remember," said a man at one of last weekend's performances of Germinal Stage's "The Cherry Orchard," and he wasn't kidding.
The Arvada Center's exuberant, muscular production of "Memphis: The Musical" celebrates the black roots of rock 'n' roll through a story tackling the stuttering process of integration in 19…
Equinox Theatre's production of "Bug" is as disconcerting as it is engaging, bouncing so rapidly between reality and neurosis that it's never entirely clear where that line is drawn.
Vintage Theatre's effervescent production of the rarely mounted show "Mack & Mabel" is faster than a chorus girl's wink, a romance that parallels the budding Hollywood movie
Theatreworks' production of "As You Like It," the popular Shakespeare play that wryly analyzes love, affection and loyalty, hits just about every mark.
"On Golden Pond," a story about an aging family, is a play whose message has special meaning to the residents of the Barth Hotel, where the Senior Housing Options production is staged.
Spark Theater's muscular "Shakespeare to the Death," unlike its predecessor, "Shakespeare to the Letter," is dark, if not dead serious.
BOULDER — Poor, hapless buffoon John Falstaff, played to a frustrated fare-thee-well by Michael Winters in the Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of Shakespeare's "The Merry W…
Colorado Shakespeare Festival's poor, hapless buffoon Falstaff is played to a frustrated fare-the-well by Michael Winters.
The Wit Theatre Company's "The Aliens," staged at the Crossroads Theater in Five points, is a meditative play, a series of languorous vignettes that measure love, death and the powerful …
Vintage Theatre's excellent production of "Lobby Hero" starts as slowly as time passing on a graveyard shift, but launches into hyperspace once the first salvo launches.
Billy Recce was 11 years old on Oct. 15, 2009, when he, along just about everyone with access to a TV, raptly followed the perilous flight of a runaway weather balloon believed to contain
WESTMINSTER — Germinal Stage's "Six Characters in Search of an Author" was written in 1921, long before Richard Dawkins coined the word "meme" as shorthand for an interwoven
The premise of " A Round-Heeled Woman" — 66-year-old retired English teacher Jane's deliberate forays into sex with strangers — sounds awkward and uncomfortable, and it is, but i…