Juliet Wittman is an investigative reporter and critic with a passion for theater, literature, social justice and food. She has reviewed theater for Westword for over a decade; for many years she also reviewed memoirs for the Washington Post. She has won several journalism awards and published essays and short stories in literary magazines. Her novel, Stocker's Kitchen, is currently being shopped to editors.
3 days ago | Theater
At Buntport Theater, The Crud is Waiting for Godot as written by Edward Lear: a world of color, strangeness, mystery and nonsense that you most definitely want to enter.
7 days ago | Open and Shut Cases
Colin Argys began working at Turley’s Kitchen — the long-lived and much-loved Boulder eatery that’s scheduled to close for good at 3 p.m. this Sunday — in 2010, when he was still in college. “They were kind of the original health food restaur...
7 days ago | Art Review
On the night I watched Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, a musical based on the 1994 Australian movie, the audience was irrepressible.
8 days ago | Theater
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and The Secret Garden close this weekend; here are mini-reviews of those shows, as well as two more on Denver stages.
10 days ago | Theater
Chip Walton is dedicated to bringing work by promising young playwrights to light at Curious Theatre Company. Meridith Friedman and Walton received a commission for The Luckiest People from the National New Play Network, and it's a lucky ch...
17 days ago | Theater
The Secret Garden, now playing at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, is a gorgeous show, a musical version of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s children’s story, filled with visual and aural riches.