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The regional premiere of "The Cake" at Curious Theatre is a slice of modern life, showing how difficult it is to make even slight progress toward understanding across the divides.
Bekah Brunstetter discusses her 2016 play, and even gives some "This Is Us" insider stories.
In "This Is Modern Art," a consciously hip play by Kevin Coval and Idris Goodwin about graffiti artists and the rules that constrict and inform their work, the basic definitions of art are c…
The cacophony of angry voices is a hammer to the head in Tony Kushner's play at Denver's Curious Theatre. Then there's the literal hammering. And the annoying clapping. Sometimes all at once…
At Denver's Buell Theatre through April 1, the national touring cast delivers a knockout performance.
You don't have to be a hardcore Austen fan to find this "Sense and Sensibility" a delightful, clever spectacle.
Director Bartlett Sher's highly regarded Lincoln Center revival won accolades in 2015 and is now at the Buell Theatre for a two-week run.
"Resolution" isn't your typical holiday treacle.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber war horse "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," a family-friendly musical with a nod to camp, gets a rousing revisit at the Arvada Center through Dec. 23. N…
This is a fine production, pleasing for audiences seeking ultra-light comedy that steers clear of anything challenging.
Not only does the epic rock musical hold up, it's also still surprisingly relevant.
O'Brien draws parallels between shocking global news and personal family tragedy, demonstrating how early traumas have lingering effects.
The event is a sensory explosion, complete with vintage Victrolas, stunning costumes and a seven-piece orchestra tucked away in a corner.
"The Foreigner," a fun and funny farce from the 1980s, just happens to have renewed relevance at the moment.
The tragedy is interpreted by director Robert O'Hara as a study in machismo, male relationships and what it means to be a man.
In 2017, "Appropriate" asks audiences to understand the hatred, the anger and the pathologies that evolved as a result of the racist past.
With "House of Gold," playwright Gregory S. Moss has anticipated the audience's revulsion and —preconceptions -- and taken it all over the top.
Benchmark will hold what organizers hope will be the first annual Fever Dream Festival June 16-18 at Buntport Theatre, 717 Lipan St. in Denver, intended as “a celebration of science fictio…
Where the book was powerful, the show is overpowering.