Winter in Graupel Bay. When you enter the theater, you find yourself facing what looks like the front of a long, low, open dollhouse with rooms on two floors. These spaces are inhabited by various eccentric characters and, with each of the five Buntport actors playing more than one role, the action flows easily from space to space. There's Polly, the little girl who serves as narrator; a pair of gossiping old crones; the hapless and perennially unemployed Andrew Fromer, with his dreams about a vaudevillian grandfather who played the rear end of a horse and longed to play the front. The day is the winter solstice, the tone nostalgic and tinged with melancholy. There's a touch of Thornton Wilder's Our Town here, as well as such multi-voice pieces as Dylan Thomas's Under Milkwoodand Edgar Lee Masters's Spoon River Anthology. A lot of the dialogue is literate and interesting, but other parts fall flat. While Winter in Grauple Bay is pleasant to watch, it's neither consistently comic nor consistently evocative. Presented by Buntport Theater Company through December 23, 717 Lipan Street, 720-946-1388, www.buntport.com. Reviewed December 14.