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    Act II - The MCA follows up its summer extravaganza with the perfect chaser.

    This past summer, Cydney Payton, director of Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art, put together a mini-blockbuster, Decades of Influence: Colorado 1985-Present. In that exhibit -- which was displayed not only in the MCA's own facility, but also extend...

    by Michael Paglia on October 26, 2006
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    Jason Miller: Tape, Dust and Fake Antlers - P Design Gallery

    The new P Design Gallery (2590 Walnut Street, 720-259-2516) adds something new to the art scene in town: a place where design is presented not only as home furnishings, but as serious contemporary art. P is partly a furniture boutique showcasing cutt...

    by Michael Paglia on October 26, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Emilio Lobato and Martha Daniels. The solos that open the season at William Havu Gallery combine the disparate work of two of the area's best-known and well-regarded artists. On the walls is Emilio Lobato: Desde Siempre (Since Forever), which compri...

    on October 26, 2006
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    A Sense of Understanding - Someone Else's Life captures a feeling everyone has.

    It was the end of the week, and I was so tired I was leaning on my friend's shoulder as we waited for Someone Else's Life to start. I could tell this was going to be a classy production by Conundrum. All the signs were there: the high-quality stock o...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 26, 2006
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    Ghost Story - The Turn of the Screw delivers thrills and chills.

    As I was going up the stair I saw a man who wasn't there. He wasn't there again today. I wish, I wish he'd go away. -- Hugh Mearns In Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation of The Turn of the Screw, an unworldly young governess is employed by a weal...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 26, 2006
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    Amadeus. The Denver Center Theatre Company's glittering, sumptuous version of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus focuses more on a clean, elegant delivery of the text than on the passion at the play's core. The central figure, Antonio Salieri, was the best-kno...

    on October 26, 2006
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    Latin Bummer - Just Cause features acres and acres of... foliage.

    Viewed from an airplane high over the islands of San Esperito, the land seems to stretch out endlessly. The sun slowly rises over the ocean, bathing the clouds in ochre and throwing stark shadows on the lush jungle below. If only there were somethi...

    by GARY HODGES on October 26, 2006
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    These Dogs Still Hunt

    Reservoir Dogs: 15th Anniversary(Lions Gate) Quentin Tarantino's first film shows its age these days, mostly because we've seen all its tricks done far better by now. From the nonlinear storytelling to the pop-culture gabfests to the shameless crib...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 26, 2006
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    Westword's Top DVD Picks From the Week of October 26, 2006.

    The Addams Family: Season One (MGM) An American Haunting (Lions Gate) Astaire and Rogers: The Complete Film Collection (Warner Bros.) Freak-Out (Anchor Bay) Greg the Bunny: Best of the Film Parodies (Shout!) Justice League Unlimited: Se...

    on October 26, 2006
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    It's a Go - Believe it or not, art actually looks good in the Hamilton Building.

    From the moment Daniel Libeskind was tapped to design a freestanding addition to the Denver Art Museum, people began to question whether a building designed by a deconstructionist could possibly function as an art museum. There was even more skeptici...

    by Michael Paglia on October 19, 2006
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    Negotiating Reality - Victoria H. Myhren Gallery

    Every other year, the University of Denver's School of Art and Art History teaches a very interesting class called the Marsico Curatorial Practicum. It's an outgrowth of the special relationship DU has with Vail mega-collectors Vicki and Kent Logan, ...

    by Michael Paglia on October 19, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Emilio Lobato and Martha Daniels. The solos that open the season at William Havu Gallery combine the disparate work of two of the area's best-known and well-regarded artists. On the walls is Emilio Lobato: Desde Siempre (Since Forever), which compri...

    on October 19, 2006
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    Last Call - The Weir shows the quiet horror of loneliness.

    The Denver Victorian Playhouse production of The Weir is the third I've seen in six years, and it's easily the best and most moving. One reason for this is director Terry Dodd's strong and nuanced sense of place. The play is set in a rural pub in Cou...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 19, 2006
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    It's a Blast - The Big Bang delivers a good bang for your buck.

    Occasionally, it's really nice not to have to think too much, to just settle back and watch a couple of frenetically energetic guys working really hard to earn your good will -- and your dollars. Oh, and to make you laugh. The Big Bang, now at the Pl...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 19, 2006
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    Amadeus. The Denver Center Theatre Company's glittering, sumptuous version of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus focuses more on a clean, elegant delivery of the text than on the passion at the play's core. The central figure, Antonio Salieri, was the best-kno...

    on October 19, 2006
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    Cold as Ice - NHL 2K7 looks pretty, but fails to light the lamp.

    Ice hockey isn't for the weak of heart. It's a bruising, fast-paced game, featuring large sticks, razor-sharp blades, and far too many angry Canadians. Of course, hockey's scrappy style is exactly why people love the blue-collar sport. For chrissak...

    by LUKE O'BRIEN on October 19, 2006
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    Took a Shot

    American Dreamz (Universal) Till this, Paul Weitz had a stellar filmography, a career in ascension: American Pie (good), About a Boy (great), In Good Company (absolutely perfect). But this, er, satire about a dumb American president (Dennis Quaid, ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 19, 2006
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    Westword's top DVD picks for the week of October 19, 2006.

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season Two (Universal) Anytown USA (Film Movement/Repnet) Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (Fox) The Big Black Comedy Show (Fox) Big Love: The Complete First Season (HBO) The Break-Up (Universal) Clean,...

    on October 19, 2006
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    It's Set - The DAM's new Hamilton functions as a 3-D advertisement and as a museum.

    The daring Frederic C. Hamilton Building created for the Denver Art Museum by Daniel Libeskind and the Davis Partnership became an instant Mile High landmark when it opened last week. The same thing happened 35 years ago when what is now called the N...

    by Michael Paglia on October 12, 2006
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    Treasures Revealed: The Art of Hungary, 1890-1955 - Emmanuel Gallery

    The often overlooked Emmanuel Gallery (Auraria campus, 303-556-8337) is currently hosting an important show called Treasures Revealed: The Art of Hungary, 1890-1955. To give you an idea of the significance of this particular exhibit, not only did the...

    by Michael Paglia on October 12, 2006
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