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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Full and PLANNING.ABSTRACT. Denver painter Bruce Price is clearly Colorado's preeminent post-minimalist, as proved by the recent batch of fabulous creations in FULL: New Paintings by Bruce Price. These paintings, though clearly a continuation of Pri...

    on October 6, 2005
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    A World Apartheid - Master Harold and the Boys is a beautiful piece about an ugly time.

    Athol Fugard's Master Harold and the Boys takes place in a teahouse in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, during the time of apartheid. The Master Harold of the title is a seventeen-year-old boy; during the play, his mother is manifest only as a voice on ...

    by Juliet Wittman on October 6, 2005
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    Ain't Misbehavin'. Five terrific performers and a slate of Fats Waller songs. How can you go wrong? Ain't Misbehavin', a jazzy, bluesy Waller showcase that brings the world of 1930s Harlem to life, is often staged in a broadly presentational style, ...

    on October 6, 2005
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    Big Fun, Even Small

    Robots (Fox) The story of a small-town 'bot (voiced by Ewan McGregor) who bolts for the big city, Robots is the first non-Pixar film to compete with that studio's razzle and dazzle. The thing's stunning to look at, and frankly, it's better to sta...

    on September 29, 2005
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    Westword's top DVD picks for the week of September 29, 2005

    Carlito's Way: Rise to Power (Universal) American Pie: 3 Movie Pie Pack (Universal) Beethoven: The Pooch Pack (Universal) Billy Jack: The Ultimate Collection (Ventura) Blind Melon: Live at the Metro (EMI) Bouncing Souls: Live at the Gl...

    on September 29, 2005
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    Modern Master - Herbert Bayer's genius is on display at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.

    The late Herbert Bayer, who spent a good deal of his life in Aspen, is one of the greatest artists to have ever worked in Colorado. He's part of the international history of graphics and photography, but he did so much more, creating paintings, print...

    by Michael Paglia on September 29, 2005
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    articulated wall - A bid to move Herbert Bayer's sculpture to the DAM.

    Herbert Bayer is probably best known in Denver for his monumental canary-yellow sculpture "articulated wall," a striking constructivist composition erected in 1985, the year he died. Located within the Denver Design Center complex at 595 South Broad...

    by Michael Paglia on September 29, 2005
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Andy Warhol's Dream America. Hot on the heels of its smash hit, Chihuly, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is presenting yet another blockbuster devoted to the work of a household name in contemporary art: Andy Warhol's Dream America. The exhibi...

    on September 29, 2005
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    A Look Back in Time - The Voice of the Prairie is uneven, but a good fit for the revived Victorian Playhouse.

    More than a decade ago, I attended a production at the Gaslight, a theater in the basement of a beautiful Victorian house in northwest Denver. The play, Bent, was new then and revelatory, a terrifying examination of the plight of homosexuals in Nazi ...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 29, 2005
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    Just Stomp It! - The tuneful Ain't Misbehavin' survives excessive stage hijinks.

    Five terrific performers and a slate of Fats Waller songs. How can you go wrong? I know that Ain't Misbehavin', a jazzy, bluesy Waller showcase that brings the world of 1930s Harlem to life, is often staged in a broadly presentational style, with lot...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 29, 2005
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    The Fourth Wall, Playwright A.R. Gurney is a courteous, upper-crust kind of guy, so when he found himself enraged by national politics, he didn't respond with agitprop or searing realism. Instead he imagined a comfortably middle-class housewife, Pegg...

    on September 29, 2005
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    New releases available this week

    Desperate Housewives: The Complete First Season (Buena Vista) ABC's juggernaut drama is made up mostly of elements that have trickled down from HBO: black humor, self-awareness, the radical notion that women over thirty can arouse the national l...

    on September 22, 2005
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    Westword's top DVD picks for the week of September 22, 2005

    The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D (Buena Vista) Anthrax Anthrology: No Hit Wonders (Sanctuary) The Batman: Season 1, Volume 2 (Warner Bros.) Battlestar Galactica: Season One (Universal) Born Into Brothels (ThinkFilm) Broth...

    on September 22, 2005
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    Two Worlds - The Aiellos show at Space.

    Monica Petty Aiello and her husband, Tyler, are well-known fixtures in Denver's contemporary art world because they run Studio Aiello, the largest commercial art gallery in the region for the time being. I say "for the time being" because come the fi...

    by Michael Paglia on September 22, 2005
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows.

    A Visual Voice. Though not a full-blown retrospective, A Visual Voice: The Language of Herbert Bayer is a significant exhibit. Bayer, one of one of the most important artists who ever lived and worked in the state, was first a student and then a mast...

    on September 22, 2005
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    An Everywoman's Tale - The Arvada Center's Intimate Apparel weaves strong female characters.

    At the center of Lynn Nottage's gentle, appealing play, Intimate Apparel, is the figure of Esther, a black woman in her thirties living in a boardinghouse in 1905 New York City, and -- like so many poor and displaced women before and since -- making ...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 22, 2005
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    Class Act - Germinal's Heartbreak House is a worthy look at English society.

    As a reviewer, I see a lot of theater productions, and it's rare for me to want to see one for a second time. But Germinal Stage Denver has more than once mounted a play I'd have liked to re-experience. This is because artistic director Ed Baierlein ...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 22, 2005
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    The Communicator - Kent Thompson draws on his past to chart the Denver Center Theatre Company's future.

    The Denver Center Theatre Company is beginning its first season under new artistic director Kent Thompson, former director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Thompson, 51, took the reins from Donovan Marley, who announced his retirement in January...

    by Juliet Wittman on September 22, 2005
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows.

    Assassins. Assassins seethes through the mind like an unsettling wind, hurling aside platitude and raising a host of tormenting questions. This brilliant musical by John Weidman and Stephen Sondheim is exactly the kind of project local companies sho...

    on September 22, 2005
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    New releases available this week

    Da Ali G Show (HBO Home Video) Sacha Baron Cohen's inching closer to Tom Green territory; come this time next year, his HBO show is likely to be on the pop-culture junk pile. Which isn't to say this double-disc set doesn't hold up; it's just wear...

    on September 15, 2005
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