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Awards

  • 2012 - National Council on Crime and Delinquency/Prevention for a Safer Society Award, published October 27, 2011

    "Redemption"

  • 2012 - Bert Greene Award/International Association of Culinary Professionals, published January 20, 2011

    "Czech, Please"

2002 Stories by Juliet Wittman

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  • Nothing to Sneeze At

    published September 5, 2002

    Everyone who's seen it seems to agree that Charles Busch's newest play, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, is funny. More than... More >>

  • Blurry Picture

    published August 29, 2002

    In Oscar Wilde's famed novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, the protagonist remains youthful and beautiful through all the decades of... More >>

  • Star Power

    published August 22, 2002

    Mark Lundholm is a terrific performer. He holds your attention effortlessly. He's vital, funny and charming, and he also communicates strong... More >>

  • Timeless Music Wins Out

    published August 22, 2002

    Perhaps this will give you some idea of the effect of I Love a Piano: The morning after seeing it, seated in my hairstylist's chair... More >>

  • Musical Strains

    published August 15, 2002

    I wasn't in the best of moods when I took my seat in the Buell Theatre auditorium for The Music Man, but I was expecting to get... More >>

  • Food Fetishes

    published August 8, 2002

    Karen Beeman is tending her WeeBee Farms stand at the Boulder Farmers' Market on a Saturday morning. A band with alternating dried flowers and... More >>

  • Miner Miracle

    published August 8, 2002

    The Boulder Dinner Theatre's version of Paint Your Wagon makes for an enjoyable evening, although I suspect it has very little to do... More >>

  • Clit Lit

    published August 8, 2002

    I walked into the Denver Center's Stage Theatre harboring the darkest of suspicions. I'd read all about The Vagina Monologues... More >>

  • Cell of a Good Time

    published August 1, 2002

    Cell Block Sirens of 1953 Cell Block Sirens of 1953is a campy take on women's prison movies -- both mainstream and... More >>

  • CSF's Richard Wears Thin

    published August 1, 2002

    Richard III think the main problem with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival's Richard III is that it's such a monochromatic... More >>

  • Food Fetishes

    published July 25, 2002

    It's cool and damp inside the harvesting room of Hazel Dell Mushrooms, where sprayers create a fine, pervasive mist. On row after row of shelves... More >>

  • No Dream Team

    published July 25, 2002

    A Midsummer Night¹s Dream is one of Shakespeare's most successful plays, weaving together not only several plot strands, but... More >>

  • Soul Survivor

    published July 18, 2002

    The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven. -- John Milton, Paradise... More >>

  • Crazy for Crazy

    published July 18, 2002

    This one's easy to review: Just go see it. Oh, you want reasons -- and I guess my editor needs a few more words. So here goes. From our first... More >>

  • Flaws in the Fabric

    published July 11, 2002

    First performed in 1947, Brigadoon was the earliest major musical hit for Frederick Loewe and lyricist Alan Jay Lerner, the team... More >>

  • Better Operetta

    published July 11, 2002

    Along with The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance is probably one of the silliest, happiest and best of Gilbert and Sullivan's... More >>

  • Ursa Major

    published July 4, 2002

    My Hungarian stepfather was a fussy eater. He wasn't a gourmet. He was just following -- rigidly, as he did almost everything -- dietary... More >>

  • Lost Soles Soars

    published July 4, 2002

    A talented young tapper makes it all the way from Wyoming to New York's Carnegie Hall, but thanks to the malfeasance of a New York Times... More >>

  • Visionary Version

    published July 4, 2002

    With Macbeth, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival company has accomplished something close to impossible: It has enabled us to see one... More >>

  • Men Overboard

    published June 27, 2002

    For its production of David Rabe's Hurlyburly, Roundfish Theatre Company has taken over an art gallery set in the middle of a... More >>

  • A Family Affair

    published June 20, 2002

    In front of me sits a small cube of perfectly cooked salmon. Its pink flesh is accentuated by a pale-green bed of frisée, and shades into... More >>

  • Circus Reinvented

    published June 20, 2002

    What is there to say about the organization that reinvented the circus, losing the kitsch and keeping the razzle-dazzle, removing tormented... More >>

  • Living Proof

    published June 13, 2002

    David Auburn's play, Proof, garnered ecstatic reviews in New York and then went on to a triumphant run in London -- though critics... More >>

  • Sweet Dreams

    published June 13, 2002

    Amy DeWitt calls herself "a little Miami Jewish girl" who was drawn to the Cuban culture early in life. "I started learning Spanish when I was... More >>

  • Cheeky Fun

    published June 13, 2002

    When Pigs Fly harks back to the days when gay theater was mostly an unabashed celebration of the gay lifestyle and the joys... More >>

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