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    Susan Lyles of And Toto Too theater company, an ensemble dedicated to presenting work by women playwrights, was looking for something different to fill the final slot of the season. “I...
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    Jeannie-Marie Brown believes that theater is an important part of social change. She created the new Denver-based Stay Awake! theater company, named for a quote from Martin Luther King, Jr.,...
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    Jeff Campbell's one-man show, Who Killed Jigaboo Jones?, premieres tonight at work | space. Our Show & Tell blog spoke with Campbell about the show, and that piece focuses primarily on the...
  • Show and Tell: Interviews
    In Who Killed Jigaboo Jones?, Jeff Campbell dissects the current state of hip-hop through the fictional story of a fallen rapper. His "one-man mockumentary on the hip-hop industrial complex"...
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    The LIDA Project was named for a Soviet device that was supposedly capable of manipulating human brain-waves through the use of low-frequency radio, and for nearly two decades, this...
  • Show and Tell: Arts and Culture
    The LIDA Project was named for a Soviet device that was supposedly capable of manipulating human brain-waves through the use of low-frequency radio, and for nearly two decades, this...
  • Calendar: Highlights
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  • Calendar: Highlights
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  • Calendar: Highlights
    Writer, critic and colorful Algonquin Round Table yakker Dorothy Parker was really born to be a character in a play; known in her heyday for her caustic tongue and running witticisms, she...
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    Writer, critic and colorful Algonquin Round Table yakker Dorothy Parker was really born to be a character in a play; known in her heyday for her caustic tongue and running witticisms, she...
  • Calendar: Highlights
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  • Calendar: Highlights
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  • Calendar: Highlights
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    There are messengers all over Shakespeare. They fetch and carry, run on and off with news — but no one gives them much thought, despite the dangers of their profession. There are...
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WORK|SPACE DENVER IS A MULTI-ARTS PERFORMANCE VENUE OPERATED BY ITS TWO RESIDENT ARTS ORGANIZATIONS, CONTROL GROUP PRODUCTIONS AND THE LIDA PROJECT. WORK|SPACE PROVIDES A PLATFORM FOR ARTISTIC RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND PRESENTATIONS THROUGH COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES AND PROGRMAS TARGETING THE LOCAL PROGRESSIVE ARTS COMMUNITY. IT PROMOTES EXPERIMENTATION, EXCELLENCE, AND INTEGRITY WITHIN AND ACROSS CONTEMPORARY EXPRESSIVE MEDIA.

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