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2620 W. 2nd Ave. Denver, CO 80219 | Southwest Denver | 720-233-4703
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  • Show and Tell: Events
    Winnie Wenglewick was introduced to the threater through the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, where she volunteered for ten years. That experience so inspired her that in 2006...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    “Being Santa in the year 2013 is probably not as much fun as it was way back when every child was happy with a train and a doll and a ball,” muses Winnie Wenglewick of...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Though the onslaught of ads would have you believing that this weekend is all about spending cash, that doesn't have to be the case. In fact, you don't have to drop that much dough at all...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    A Denver theater production that emulates a national TV talk show and is hosted by a Scottish comedian? We’re in. Winnie Wenglewick, the longtime writer, producer and director at...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Halloween is still weeks away, but this weekend we've got some spooky primers, including a haunted walk through Castlewood Canyon and a zombie fashion show. But there are plenty of non-scary...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    There's still a month of summer on the calendar, but seasonal activities are winding down. Still, there's plenty of fun to be had this weekend, everything from the last films in two outdoor...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Winnie Wenglewick, the one-woman band behind Denver’s Dangerous Theatre, isn’t your typical live-theater auteur. Possessing inimitable verve as well as a cosmetology license, she...
  • Show and Tell: Theater
    #51: Winnie Wenglewick Winnie Wenglewick of Denver's Dangerous Theatre is a theatrical Jill-of-all-trades who came by her profession through the back door: ten years of volunteering with a...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Cabarets were edgy ten years ago; these days, they’re just the latest craze folded in with burlesque and fire-hooping. But there are still some weird and wonderful cabarets out there...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    This hot weekend should be an ideal time to catch a free screening of the 2009 camp murder mystery A Dark and Stormy Night and wish for rain. The sun may be beating down, but there are...
  • Show and Tell: Theater
    In Denver, we have theater for all tastes -- and if yours runs to the risque, we've got that, too. Denver's Dangerous Theatre fills that niche with, er, cheek and, often, laugh-out-loud...
  • Show and Tell: Free Stuff
    Since apes don't wear clothes, the actors playing apes in Dark Wood, a Dangerous Theatre production that opened February 8, don't wear clothes, either. And on "Nude Night," set for this...
  • Show and Tell: Comedy
    End of the world, or end of the year? Or just a great way to end an evening? To find out, you'll have to catch tonight's Hell Toupee Cabaret 2012 topper at Denver's Dangerous Theatre. Join...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    When Winnie Wenglewick of Denver’s Dangerous Theatre set out to write The Perfect Gift, an offbeat holiday play with a message, she looked inside her own life. And when rehearsals...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Even if you are rolling in dough, you won't need to spend much of it in order to eat pancakes and see art tonight. That's just one of the bargain entertainment options this weekend; others...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    As stores start to get in the holiday spirit, your wallet begins to get a work-out. Fortunately, you won't have to spend much this weekend to stay entertained. You can ignore the upcoming...
  • Show and Tell: Theater
    Denver's Dangerous Theatre lives up to its name, staging edgy and sometimes kinky theater of the sort we don't often see in this town. And the current show, Jonathan Vick's murky psychodrama...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Down to your last few dollars before rent is due next week? Don't worry about it. You can still have fun without forking over a lot of cash. From a Dragon Boat Festival to movies in the...
  • Show and Tell: Benefits
    As the long, hot summer of 2012 blazes on, the idea of Christmas in July starts to look pretty cool. But that's not the only reason the cabaret-style Denver's Dangerous Theatre is bringing...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Confessions aren't just for Catholics anymore. As proof, Denver's Dangerous Theatre is presenting Steven Fales's ninety-minute solo play Confessions of a Mormon Boy. It starts off with Fales...
  • Show and Tell: Christmastime
    This year's holiday play at Denver's Dangerous Theatre has everything you could ever want to see: rednecks, guns, cussing, sex, violence, intrigue -- and an angel in his underwear. Kentucky...
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