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It won't change the course of your politics, but "Two Degrees" harbors an undeniable emotional resonance.
Oh ye citizens of area metropoles, it is time to get your Greek on.
The magic carpet ride has come to an end -- and a new adventure has begun.
A melancholy and still potent mix of compassion and judgment.
The saga of one of the 20th century’s most successful pop songwriters was spun into “Beautiful: The Carol King Musical” and has a full-circle sweetness. The national tour of the Tony-n…
Actor-playwright Martin Moran returns to his hometown this week with his book “All the Rage: a Quest” (Beacon Press), a deeply personal yet expansive exploration of anger — but also o…
The Colorado-based band with a fondness for accordion and mandolin has tweaked Stephen Sondheim’s diabolically crafted musical.
There was a nightclub in Weimar-era Berlin called The Blue Stocking. Soldiers wounded during World War I would hook up there with prostitutes who might be missing an arm or a leg.
Last summer actor Ben Bonenfant took to the stage as Prince Hal in Colorado Shakespeare Festival's productions of "Henry IV: Parts 1 and 2." Now the handsome 26-year-old can be found r…
When "Cabaret" opens Saturday at the Space Theatre downtown, actors Garrett Zuercher and Daniel Traylor will play the emcee of Berlin's Kit Kat Klub.
Actors Damion Hoover, Cajardo Rameer Lindsey and Laurence Curry sit in the Curious Theatre sanctuary — the bar off the balcony of the converted Church on Acoma Street — t…
Okay, let's just get this out of the way. Ooh. Ahh. Whoa. Zowee.
Yes, a thousand times yes, William Shakepeare's "Othello" is about race and otherness.
Some local theaters tweak their artistic mission or even revise it. And I'm all for change and challenge.
Nora Ephron's final play, "Lucky Guy" — getting its regional premiere at Lakewood's Edge Theater Company — recounts the rise of newspaper columnist Mike McAlary.
Thursday, the Colorado Theatre Guild announced nominees for the 2015 Henry Awards. The region's two biggest theaters were recognized for their seasons.
In Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical play "Brighton Beach Memoirs" — at Golden's Miners Alley Playhouse through June 28 — a family occupies a crowded Brooklyn, N.Y., home.
Wellington and Wilma Webb are hardly strangers to the public's gaze.
Creede knows how to throw a party — this time for itself. This season marks the box-canyon theater's 50th year, and the company commissioned a play about its founding in 1966.
When the Bobby G. Awards take place at the Buell Theatre Thursday night, some unnervingly poised teen thespian would do well to hoist the award and say, "This one's for Randy!"
In the program notes for the engaging and subtle "Fermata," playwright and actress Maria Cheng names three artists who influenced her play about three generations of women accomplished in
In Lisa D'Amour's "Detroit" — currently at the Curious Theatre Company — married couple Ben and Mary invite new younger neighbors Sharon and Kenny over for a backyard mea…
If you're one of those people who likes a title to reveal its meaning quickly, then Lisa D'Amour's "Detroit" may gnaw at you as you watch newish neighbors Ben and Mary, Sharon and Ken…
In "Hysteria," an urgent knock on the garden doors of his London study stirs Sigmund Freud from his ruminations.
For decades now, the pipeline from Park City to a place called summer has been the condiut to channel smart, funny, challenging (all of the above) fare into arthouses and to give moviegoers …
Lakewood's Edge Theater Company has been on a roll this year, already mounting regional premieres of two vexingly named, compelling plays.
In a fluorescent-blasted rehearsal room in the Arvada Center, a group of actors are having a kinetic go at a jig.
It was — and fortunately remains — quite the weekend for intriguing theater.
Something visceral and vivid is taking place at the Denver Center, where the musical "The 12" is receiving its world premiere. Robert Schenkkan wrote the book and Neil Berg the music. The tw…
Noah Baumbach has pulled off a minor miracle. Twice. In the 2010 dramedy "Greenberg" and now in the deliciously observed "While We're Young," the writer-director has taken Ben Stiller's oft …
If you're in the mood for foolish fun, a trip to the Lone Tree Arts Center may be in order, where you'll find the clever romp "The 39 Steps."