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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"

2007 Stories by Juliet Wittman

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  • The Taffetas

    published June 21, 2007

    The 1950s were anything but fabulous. The figure of Senator Joseph McCarthy loomed over the American landscape, instilling a sense of fear that... More >>

  • The Pavilion

    published June 21, 2007

    The Elitch Theatre opened in 1891 as the first summer-stock company in the country; over the years, it hosted such legendary stars as Sarah... More >>

  • Sista's and Storytellers

    published June 14, 2007

    This is not a play, and it's not exactly a cabaret act, either; it's sort of a cross between a slumber party and a church service. The premise: A... More >>

  • What the Butler Saw

    published June 14, 2007

    Joe Orton is one of those working-class bad-boy authors that the British middle class so enjoys being poked in the eye by. John Osborne, author of... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published June 7, 2007

    Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. Apparently major changes occurred when members of Charles Schulz's well-loved Peanuts... More >>

  • Every Secret Thing

    published June 7, 2007

    Judy GeBauer's Every Secret Thing deals with the effect of McCarthyism on a group of high school teachers, and it couldn't have... More >>

  • Soul Survivor

    published June 7, 2007

    This is the second time this season that I've watched an actress struggle into her pantyhose onstage. Both times, the sequence was brilliantly... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published May 31, 2007

    Bold Girls. The four Irish women in Rona Munro's evocative, elliptical Bold Girls try to carry on in the equivalent of a war zone,... More >>

  • The Threepenny Opera

    published May 31, 2007

    I suppose that a work as brilliant as Brecht and Weill's The Threepenny Opera is bound to be interpreted and reinterpreted on the... More >>

  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

    published May 31, 2007

    I can't really imagine this hoary old Broadway musical being done better than it is by the Denver Center Theatre Company — but part of me... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published May 24, 2007

    Dead Man Walking. We are one of the last Western nations to retain the death penalty, but you don't hear much about it these days. Where... More >>

  • Bold Girls

    published May 24, 2007

    By some miracle, Ireland's long agony seems to have ended with the current power-sharing agreement between Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness, a... More >>

  • Lobby Hero

    published May 24, 2007

    The lobby hero of the play's title is Jeff, a security guard for a Manhattan apartment building, and the title — as you might guess —... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published May 17, 2007

    Dead Man Walking. We are one of the last Western nations to retain the death penalty, but you don't hear much about it these days. Where... More >>

  • Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

    published May 17, 2007

    According to Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, major changes occur when members of Charles Schultz's well-loved... More >>

  • Wicked

    published May 17, 2007

    There it is. The last, ear-punishing note of the very last song, and the cast comes onto the stage for the curtain call. First the lesser... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published May 10, 2007

    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. This is one ugly family that's gathered in Big Daddy's Mississippi Delta home to celebrate the patriarch's 65th... More >>

  • Squall

    published May 10, 2007

    The genre is familiar. There's a woman alone in a house on an island off the coast of Maine; a thunderstorm batters the windows. The woman is... More >>

  • Mall*Mart, the Musical!

    published May 10, 2007

    Watching Mall*Mart, the Musical! at Curious Theatre Company is almost a schizophrenic experience; the two acts seem part of... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published May 3, 2007

    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. This is one ugly family that's gathered in Big Daddy's Mississippi Delta home to celebrate the patriarch's 65th... More >>

  • Red Herring

    published May 3, 2007

    Set in 1952, when Dwight D. Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson were vying for the presidency, Senator Joe McCarthy was busy with his anti-Communist... More >>

  • How We May Know Him

    published May 3, 2007

    I always get a little worried when I hear that a theater is premiering the work of a local playwright. On principle, I applaud it -- absolutely.... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published April 26, 2007

    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. This is one ugly family that's gathered in Big Daddy's Mississippi Delta home to celebrate the patriarch's 65th... More >>

  • Dead Man Walking

    published April 26, 2007

    We are one of the last Western nations to retain the death penalty, but you don't hear much about it these days. Where executions were once... More >>

  • Do I Hear a Waltz?

    published April 26, 2007

    Richard Rodgers was an astonishing musical talent, and for decades the soul of that entirely American creation the musical comedy. To some extent,... More >>

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