Kent Thompson draws on his past to chart the Denver Center Theatre Company's future.
The Madwoman soars as an updated classic about greed.
The Denver Center's Boston Marriage is fine folly.
Marley's ghost may haunt the Denver Center Theatre Company.
Denver Center gives Blithe Spirit an airy outing.
The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
Annette Helde and Jacqueline Antaramian, The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
DCTC's adaptation of John Brown's Body stands tall.
Picnic fails to serve a satisfying main course.
Festival of the Mabon shines on
A Civil War-era Three Sisters focuses on the lives of the unfocused.
Nomad Theatre's Wit illuminates the dying process.
A first-class presentation fails to ignite the drama of upper-class adultery.
Too much talk makes Spinning Into Butter lose its focus on racism.
Dinner With Friends offers a tantalizing array of the flavors of human relationships.
Wit shows the power of the human spirit.
The Show-Off starts slow before finally strutting its stuff.
American mores are played out in Marvin Gardens.