This past February, when we started putting together the 2010 Westword Music Showcase, we posted an item asking you how we could improve our annual music festival, this year set for Saturday, June 19, in the Golden Triangle (if you haven't already purchased your tickets, you can still buy d ... More >>
Update: As with year's past, before the ink's even dry on the schedule, we've had to make made some minor more changes. Among the recent ones: We've moved the metal showcase from Andrew's to Broadways (two doors down from Bar Standard, next to the pawnshop), and moved the punk line-up to Bannock Str ... More >>
"Denver Stories" is a genius marketing move: Every May, Curious Theatre Company picks four local celebs (or what passes for a celeb in this town), has a local playwright create a short play about them, and then produces all four on one evening that turns into a giant fundraising event. The result ... More >>
Slide Shows Part 1 Part 2 There are several ways to approach a festival such as June 16's Westword Music Showcase. Wrist-banders can check out a handful of their favorites or several groups they haven't had a chance to catch yet and spend the rest of their time exploring the rewarding world of mass ... More >>
Slide Shows Part 1 Part 2 Westword Music Showcase June 16, 2007 The Acoma Center Better than: Having to fake any enthusiasm for utterly mainstream bands. Although I made it to the Acoma Center too late to catch Rachael Pollard’s absolutely beautiful, understated songs, I did arrive just in time ... More >>
Welcome to the thirteenth edition of the Westword Music Showcase! This year’s Showcase, set for Saturday, June 16, in the Golden Triangle, is bigger and better than ever (yes, I know we say that every year, but it happens to be true). For starters, the all-ages Outdoor Stage has moved two blocks t ... More >>
Saturday, June 16
There was something for every musical appetite at the Westword Music Showcase.
Be there or be square!
An avant-garder takes a walk on Sesame Street.
The Golden Triangle was really golden during the Westword Music Showcase.
Barry Manilow still writes the songs
12th Annual Denver International World Cinema Independent Fall Film Festival
Sights and sounds of the Westword Music Showcase
Fifty bands. Ten stages. Five bucks. Be there.
The DCTC stages an all-black Streetcar
The lowdown on the Music Showcase awards.
Promoting peace through culture
Curious Theatre Company brings a dose of magic realism to the Acoma Center.
Coyote on a Fence
Curious Theatre Company
Micro cinemas find a home in Denver.
Closer finally gets up, but on the wrong side of the bed.
Not even the thought counts in an empty production of Santaless.
Preachy play tackles the subject of youth violence.
October 22 - 28. 1998