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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"

2008 Stories by Juliet Wittman

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  • Now Playing

    published March 27, 2008

    The Baseball Show. Evil, malaprop-prone Vincent Vascombe, owner of the Beloit Bulldogs, is determined to hold on to his star player,... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published March 20, 2008

    The Baseball Show. Evil, malaprop-prone Vincent Vascombe, owner of the Beloit Bulldogs, is determined to hold on to his star player,... More >>

  • Stones in His Pockets

    published March 20, 2008

    Stones in His Pockets is a small play — charming, wistful, not quite sure what it wants to be. It starts out as one of... More >>

  • The Baseball Show

    published March 13, 2008

    I really don't know why I get such pleasure out of returning to Heritage Square Music Hall again and again to watch pretty much the same kind... More >>

  • The Lieutenant of Inishmore

    published March 13, 2008

    Over the last few years, Curious had become somewhat peripheral on the mental map where I chart the progress of Denver's serious theater... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published March 6, 2008

    Contrived Ending. This play is local author Josh Hartwell's homage to the movies and, in particular, to the old-fashioned art... More >>

  • Nickel and Dimed

    published March 6, 2008

    Halfway through her best-selling Nickel and Dimed, a book examining the minimum-wage way of life, author Barbara Ehrenreich stops for a... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published February 28, 2008

    The Last Five Years. This intimate two-person musical involves the breakup of a marriage. When Jamie and Cathy met in New York, he... More >>

  • Contrived Ending

    published February 28, 2008

    As you walk into the familiar Buntport space, the scent of popcorn envelops you. Contrived Ending, which is premiering here, is... More >>

  • The Gin Game

    published February 28, 2008

    Although the play's been around over thirty years, I'd never seen D.L. Coburn's The Gin Game, and at the beginning, I expected it... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published February 21, 2008

    A Body of Water. In Lee Blessing's play, two middle-aged people wake up one morning in a beautiful house near a lake — or... More >>

  • Little Shop of Horrors

    published February 21, 2008

    It's amazing what legs a lighthearted spoof can have. Little Shop of Horrors got its start in 1960 as a seventy-minute black-and-white... More >>

  • Of Mice and Men

    published February 21, 2008

    Is there anyone who doesn't remember the two central figures in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men — quick-witted, enterprising... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published February 14, 2008

    A Body of Water. In Lee Blessing's play, two middle-aged people wake up one morning in a beautiful house near a lake — or... More >>

  • The Last Five Years

    published February 14, 2008

    I first saw the intimate, two-person musical The Last Five Years when Modern Muse presented it almost two years ago, and now it's... More >>

  • Lydia

    published February 14, 2008

    The central figure in Lydia is a brain-injured young girl who rises periodically to speak to the audience, then subsides again on... More >>

  • A Body of Water

    published February 7, 2008

    Without memory, we lose our identity. We can't know who we are unless we're aware of what we usually think about and read, who our friends are,... More >>

  • Plainsong

    published February 7, 2008

    Kent Haruf's novel Plainsong won critical acclaim for its quiet beauty, and Eric Schmiedl's stage adaptation — miraculously... More >>

  • And Baby Makes Seven

    published January 31, 2008

    There are moments from Paula Vogel's And Baby Makes Seven that stick with me: Anna, a pregnant woman, seated on a kitchen chair... More >>

  • Closer

    published January 31, 2008

    I'd like to see Closer again, not because the first viewing was overwhelmingly enjoyable or illuminating — although it was... More >>

  • Now Playing

    published January 24, 2008

    9 Parts of Desire. Heather Raffo is the daughter of an American woman and an Iraqi father, so she's uniquely qualified to bring the two... More >>

  • Our House

    published January 24, 2008

    Theresa Rebeck's black comedy Our House is smart and timely, and makes a serious point in a highly comic way. But much of the... More >>

  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    published January 17, 2008

    Life was rough for the average white male in 1950s America. Although few women had jobs and fewer still had any semblance of power in the... More >>

  • 9 Parts of Desire

    published January 17, 2008

    For most Americans, the first Gulf War was a video-game war. We knew it only as television images of blurry streaks across greenish skies,... More >>

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