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    Anxiety and Desire. Clare Cornell, assistant professor of digital imaging at the Metropolitan State College of Denver, put together Anxiety and Desire, an exhibit of photo-based pieces that address psychological concepts. He included work from an a...

    on December 2, 2004
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    Changing Views - Additions to downtown's built environment and possible subtractions in the hinterlands.

    Daniel Libeskind must be happy with Denver since, unlike in New York, the Polish-born American architect has been allowed to follow his vision to its logical conclusion. In New York, Libeskind's Freedom Tower, which will be erected on the site where ...

    by Michael Paglia on December 2, 2004
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    Im-purr-fect - Boulder Dinner Theatre's Cats can't overcome the show's built-in sentimentality.

    No one goes to see a play in a vacuum, so let me put the evening I attended Cats in context: It came at the end of a week spent alternately reading student papers (in my other life, I teach writing at CU) and conferencing with the authors of those pa...

    by Juliet Wittman on December 2, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    Well-established Denver artist Michael Brohman takes an idiosyncratic route to contemporary sculpture in his solo, ME AND MY SHADOW, now at Pirate (3659 Navajo Street, 303-458-6058). Brohman has a preference for working in old-fashioned ways, using m...

    by Michael Paglia on December 2, 2004
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    Encore

    Beirut. In Alan Browne's play, Beirut is the name given to New York's East Village, where, in a futuristic dystopia, HIV-positive people are quarantined (the play doesn't use the terms "AIDS" or "HIV," but the references are clear). Outside of this ...

    on December 2, 2004
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    Savage Beauty - The DAM's Tiwanaku is an impressive, groundbreaking exhibit.

    One of the Denver Art Museum's greatest strengths is its New World department, which houses two distinct collections: Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial. For more than two decades, the department's founder, visionary curator Robert Stroessner, enthus...

    by Michael Paglia on November 25, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    Brandon Borchert's Random Art Two, currently at Capsule @ Pod (554 Santa Fe Drive, 303-623-3460), is one of this season's hottest prospects. Though Borchert has shown around for the past several years, he was little known until earlier this season. H...

    by Michael Paglia on November 25, 2004
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    Now Showing

    Anxiety and Desire. Clare Cornell, assistant professor of digital imaging at the Metropolitan State College of Denver, put together Anxiety and Desire, an exhibit of photo-based pieces that address psychological concepts. He included work from an ar...

    on November 25, 2004
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    Life's a Cabaret - Jacques Brel really is alive in this splendid Theatre Cafe revival.

    These are brilliant songs. They're wonderfully performed at the Theatre Cafe by four singers and three musicians. And that's all you need for an evening of pleasure and insight -- along with a glass of wine, a table with a white cloth, and a single r...

    by Juliet Wittman on November 25, 2004
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    Encore

    Beirut. In Alan Browne's play, Beirut is the name given to New York's East Village, where, in a futuristic dystopia, HIV-positive people are quarantined (the play doesn't use the terms "AIDS" or "HIV," but the references are clear). Outside of this ...

    on November 25, 2004
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    Mile-High Masters - Herbert Bayer is feted at Emil Nelson, while Vance Kirkland will be featured at the Newton Auditorium.

    The definitive art history of Colorado has yet to be written, but even without a scholarly guide, it's not hard to list the great ones. In terms of mid-century-modernist abstraction, for instance, it is widely known that Herbert Bayer, who lived in A...

    by Michael Paglia on November 18, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    There's an interesting if uneven exhibit of abstract paintings and sculptures at the enormous Studio Aiello (3563 Walnut Street, 303-297-8166). Called Quartet, it includes the work of four artists: Andrew Speer, Chad Colby, Michael Burnett and Jonath...

    by Michael Paglia on November 18, 2004
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    Now Showing

    Charles Parson, Emilio Lobato, Jason Needham. The cavernous Lower Galleries at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities have been given over to the awe-inspiring Charles Parson: Landscape's Sonnet, a huge solo that includes constructivist drawi...

    on November 18, 2004
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    Lust Lost - Unblinking Beirut imagines an era when AIDS poisons intimacy.

    Let's start with the obvious: It embarrasses me to see a naked guy on stage. Not when he's standing motionless, bathed in golden light and looking like a statue of Apollo, but when he's wandering around a cluttered, filthy-looking room, spooning food...

    by Juliet Wittman on November 18, 2004
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    Shepard's Ghosts - New Chasm View offers a solid Fool for Love.

    These days, I can't watch a Sam Shepard play without having my brain thronged with ghosts of Shepard viewings past. So as Chasm View's Fool for Love unfurled in front of me, I found myself clicking off the expected elements in my head. A cheap motel ...

    by Juliet Wittman on November 18, 2004
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    Encore

    Angels in America: Part I: Millennium Approaches. Tony Kushner's Angels in America is a complex, seven-hour masterwork about the lives of two couples and one quintessentially evil historical figure, and the inextricable way in which politics, histor...

    on November 18, 2004
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    Prescription for Success - The MCA's drug show is not as intoxicating as its proposed new building.

    Cydney Payton plays many roles at Denver's smallish, newish Museum of Contemporary Art, including that of director and chief curator. She doesn't put together every show at MCA, but she does organize the vast majority of them. In fact, it was her rep...

    by Michael Paglia on November 11, 2004
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    Artbeat - Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

    The redevelopment of Stapleton International Airport by mega-developer Forest City has been surprisingly successful. The town center at 29th Avenue and Quebec Street is very nice, being the best-designed of the many ersatz downtowns that have sprung ...

    by Michael Paglia on November 11, 2004
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    Now Showing

    Charles Parson, Emilio Lobato, Jason Needham. The cavernous Lower Galleries at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities have been given over to the awe-inspiring Charles Parson: Landscape's Sonnet, a huge solo that includes constructivist drawi...

    on November 11, 2004
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    Womanly Mamet - The Denver Center's Boston Marriage is fine folly.

    For the entire first act, the Denver Center Theatre Company's Boston Marriage is pure enjoyment. It's light and fast, and the language is dizzying -- clever and cleverly self-punctuating. The plot concerns two nineteenth- century women who live toget...

    by Juliet Wittman on November 11, 2004
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