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    Ansel Adams Edwin Land and Persistence of Myth and Tragedy. At the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, two legendary figures from the history of photography have been brought together in Ansel Adams Edwin Land: Art, Science, and Invention: Photograph...

    on October 7, 2004
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    Slight Comedy - An entertaining Allergist's Wife is anchored by several solid actors.

    When Sue Leiser trudges across the stage and thumps onto a chair, she's there. Really there. Solid. Present. Her face in a little moue of anger and disgust as she contemplates the malfunctioning of her bowels. The minute you see her enter in The Tale...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 7, 2004
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    Back-in-Time Travel - Country Dinner Playhouse serves the predictable with Anything Goes.

    Going to the Country Dinner Playhouse always feels like stepping back in time and into another America, the kind of place my in-laws would have recognized. They grew up on Colorado farmland, fell in love while they were in high school, even attended ...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 7, 2004
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    84, Charing Cross Road. A fascination with the life of old books provides a lot of the charm of this play, which is based on the correspondence between New York writer Helene Hanff and Frank Doel, a London bookseller. An anglophile and lover of lite...

    on October 7, 2004
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    Photo Play - Camera works are celebrated in shows at the William Havu, Walker and Sandy Carson galleries.

    You'd have to have been living under a rock for the past few weeks not to know that something's up in Denver's exhibition world. Everywhere you look, some gallery, museum or art center is hosting a show devoted to photography -- photojournalism, fash...

    by Michael Paglia on September 30, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    Though the main spaces at William Havu Gallery (1040 Cherokee Street, 303-893-2360) are dedicated to celebrating Denver's "Month of Photography" ("Photo Play" ), the intimate areas beneath and on the mezzanine are given over to Painting exhibition: J...

    by Michael Paglia on September 30, 2004
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    Ansel Adams Edwin Land and Persistence of Myth and Tragedy. At the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, two legendary figures from the history of photography have been brought together in Ansel Adams Edwin Land: Art, Science, and Invention: Photographs...

    on September 30, 2004
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    Passionless Christianity - The Chancellor's Tale pays lip service to the Church.

    Everything about The Chancellor's Tale screams Quality Production. Pay Attention. Serious Topic. And, indeed, it's a timely exploration of some of the issues currently tearing at the fabric of the Church: homosexuality, the Church's responsibility fo...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 30, 2004
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    Single-Minded - Young CU actors wrestle with the thirty-something yearning in Company.

    The auditorium at the University of Colorado is full of students for this performance of Company: The Musical. Not a parent or a professor in sight, no one who appears older than 25. I see a few young men wandering the aisles looking lost, couples se...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 30, 2004
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    Encore

    84, Charing Cross Road. A fascination with the life of old books provides a lot of the charm of this play, which is based on the correspondence between New York writer Helene Hanff and Frank Doel, a London bookseller. In the early letters, she simpl...

    on September 30, 2004
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    Home on the Range - The Gallery of Contemporary Art and Studio Aiello map out different parts of the local scene.

    Some of the best art shows around are those unwieldy wide-ranging group presentations -- though in truth, solos are the heart of the art-show business. What makes a group show interesting is its inconsistency and its multiplicity of visions, which, o...

    by Michael Paglia on September 23, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    There's an extremely coherent twosome at the + Gallery (2350 Lawrence Street, 303-296-0927) called Manifesto Abstractos, which features non-objective paintings that are influenced by Hispanic culture. To put this excellent show together, gallery dire...

    by Michael Paglia on September 23, 2004
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    digital.movement.04. Tracy Weil, owner of the weilworks gallery, has a passion for computer-aided art. That's why he organized digital.movement.04: Installations in video, sound & digital animation, the first in a planned series of annuals featuring...

    on September 23, 2004
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    Ring-a-Ding Dog - Heaven Help Us could use some help.

    When musicals come to Denver, they often come without the A-list Actors' Equity performers who made them successful in the first place. So we get the show that was lauded in London and New York, but with an inferior cast, and we're left wondering why...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 23, 2004
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    A Room With a Viewpoint - Nomad's The Fourth Wall opens to multiple levels.

    Playwright A.R. Gurney is angry. He considers the Bush administration a disaster; he condemns its boneheaded policies, its indifference to the plight of the poor, its preemptive war on Iraq. But Gurney is a kind-spirited, bourgeois, WASP kind of guy,...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 23, 2004
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    Encore

    Cabaret. Cabaret is grim and distressing, and there's not a hint of redemption anywhere in it. Quite the contrary. But this is a bloody good production, the kind of production that could attract all kinds of people who might never think of setting f...

    on September 23, 2004
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    Rotogravure - The Wohlauer memorial at CPAC provides a prelude to Denver's Month of Photography.

    Ronald W. Wohlauer, whom everyone called Ron, was one of those artists who always seemed to be at the top of the visual-art pyramid around here -- until, that is, his untimely death earlier this year. During his long career, which began more than thi...

    by Michael Paglia on September 16, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    It's surely surprising -- if not shocking -- to find one of the best ceramics shows of the year being presented at the modest and remote Lakewood Cultural Center (470 South Allison Parkway, 303-987-7876). But that's exactly what's going on now with P...

    by Michael Paglia on September 16, 2004
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    digital.movement.04. Tracy Weil, owner of the weilworks gallery, has a passion for computer-aided art. That's why he organized digital.movement.04: Installations in video, sound & digital animation, the first in a planned series of annuals featuring...

    on September 16, 2004
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    A Saturation Farce - The Wall of Water rushes through the whirling lives of four women.

    The more I think about The Wall of Water, currently being produced by the Hunger Artists Theatre, the more I like it. Playwright Sherry Kramer is obviously a comic talent to watch. The script is farcical, swift and funny, but it touches on all kinds ...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 16, 2004
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