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The history-teasing "The Great Leap" takes an imaginative vault over the decades through the story of a hungry Chinese-American 17-year-old basketball player.
The Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company's production poses resonant questions about the relationship of powerful patrons and artists, of imperial (and imperious) leaders and regular folk.
"Detroit '67" focuses on a tumultuous time in black America, but it's more than a lament.
Whether you wish to be be happily haunted or cheekily taunted or some quite other state -- there's likely a show for that.
The one-woman play explores the life of Denver's own Hattie McDaniel, the first African American to win an Oscar.
There's high-brow, middle-brow and low. And then there's the often arched-brow shenanigans of Buntport.
In an effort to teach a lesson about opposites, a high school teacher opens a blackboard to reveal a triptych reproduction of Jacques-Louis David's "The Intervention of the Sabine Women."
The introductions of its four characters at the start of "Smart People" are vivid, swift, instructive.
The fall foliage in “Birds of North America” will outlast Colorado’s own blast of color by a few weeks. Scenic designer Tina Anderson’s set — a small shed off to one side, a brace …
It's hard to envision an audience member slinking out of this romp.
The historical comedy opens the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company's 12th season.
Admired for its consistently rich production values, the Arvada Center has gone beautifully spare with its season opener.
The Colorado-based Phamaly Theatre Company has burnished its artistic reputation by selecting shows that resonate -- intellectually and emotionally -- with the many facets of disability.
Many have read Hamlet's melancholy and brooding inaction as feminine traits. A female Hamlet makes the play seem less entangled with ambivalence.