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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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  • Food Fetishes

    published June 6, 2002

    There are twelve of us seated around three tables in the basement of the building that houses the Boulder restaurant Trios. In front of each of us... More >>

  • An Honorable Attempt

    published June 6, 2002

    Promethean Theatre deserves a lot of credit for tackling Cymbeline. Despite moments of humor, insight and beauty, it is, in terms of... More >>

  • Unflinching

    published June 6, 2002

    I have been hugely resistant to Margaret Edson's Pulitzer-winning play, Wit. I sat dry-eyed during the last moments of the Denver... More >>

  • Dark Days

    published May 30, 2002

    From the moment you enter the LIDA Project's theater space, your attention is focused on the set: a large square of earth that dwarfs the seats... More >>

  • The Creole Thing

    published May 23, 2002

    Lucile's Creole Cafe brought just-squeezed orange juice, quality coffee and good, fresh food to Boulder back in the days when decent restaurants... More >>

  • Gender Blender

    published May 23, 2002

    Measured Ends takes us on a playful feminist romp through several Shakespeare plays. In the playwright's All's Well That... More >>

  • Southern Gothic Goofs

    published May 16, 2002

    You're not just going out for an evening's amusement when you attend Dearly Departed at the Avenue Theater; you're participating in... More >>

  • Time Out

    published May 16, 2002

    Oh, what can ail thee, knight at arms,Alone and palely loitering The sedge is withered from the lake And no birds... More >>

  • Simple Pleasures

    published May 9, 2002

    Chef John Duran, then in charge of the kitchen of Bradford Heap's Full Moon Grill in Boulder, was teaching a workshop last summer at the Cooking... More >>

  • Cackling With the Crack

    published May 9, 2002

    If Rattlebrain is a fair example, Denver-area comedy clubs have come a long way since the days when shows consisted of a succession of middle-aged... More >>

  • Collected Stories Connects

    published May 2, 2002

    Ruth Steiner, an author so renowned that she gets called on to testify in front of congressional committees that discuss funding for the National... More >>

  • Potent Bourbon

    published April 25, 2002

    There's a lot right about Bourbon at the Border, and it's given a first-rate production by the Shadow Theatre Company, but ultimately the... More >>

  • Overchewed Bubblegum

    published April 25, 2002

    The Taffetas are four singing sisters from Muncie, Indiana, beginning to experience their small level of fame: bus journeys to nearby towns, store... More >>

  • Flat Vocals

    published April 18, 2002

    The Rise and Fall of Little Voice began its life in London's West End, as a play written by Jim Cartwright to showcase the amazing vocal... More >>

  • Dark Triangle

    published April 18, 2002

    It's hard to imagine Harold Pinter's Betrayal being given a better production than the one currently at the Denver Center -- an elegant... More >>

  • Local Showcase

    published April 11, 2002

    The three plays that constitute the Morrison Theatre Company's evening of one-acts, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, are based on a... More >>

  • A Vast Landscape

    published April 11, 2002

    August Wilson's Jitney is a capacious, large-minded, wordy, generous, emotional grab bag of a play that continues working on you for... More >>

  • Thought Process

    published March 28, 2002

    A man stands alone on the small square stage of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, a gun to his head -- except that the gun is really his own... More >>

  • Search for Meaning

    published March 28, 2002

    There are two observations I can make about the Curious Theatre Company's dark-themed farce, Fuddy Meers: I laughed out loud several times... More >>

  • Food Fetishes

    published March 21, 2002

    In the pleasant Cook Street kitchen, Marilyn Kakudo is instructing a handful of us in how to make bread. We all have different reasons for... More >>

  • Dots Right

    published March 14, 2002

    In choosing to mount Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park With George, the Trouble Clef Theatre Company has taken on a hugely ambitious... More >>

  • This Arsenic Is Tasty

    published March 7, 2002

    The central joke in the '40s comedy Arsenic and Old Lace concerns spinster sisters Abby and Martha Brewster, who are pillars of the local... More >>

  • Student Council

    published February 28, 2002

    Do not forget that every people deserves the regime it is willing to endure! -- from a White Rose leaflet Germany's White Rose movement... More >>

  • Five Women, No Plot

    published February 28, 2002

    Littleton's Everyman Theatre Company is mounting a skilled and lovingly detailed production of a play that ultimately may not be worth the actors'... More >>

  • Three Chirps

    published February 21, 2002

    The kettle had had the last of its solo performance. It persevered with undiminished ardour; but the Cricket took first fiddle and kept it. Good... More >>

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