#46: Susan Lyles Denver actor and director Susan Lyles saw a gap and for the last ten years has made filling it her major concern: She took on the mission of showing deserved support for overlooked women playwrights by forming Denver's And Toto too Theatre Company, a group solely dedicated to produ ... More >>
It's always a treat to attend a play in the antique and elegant lobby of the Barth Hotel, one of fourteen residences maintained for elderly and disabled people by the nonprofit Senior Housing Options. In the past, the money from these annual fundraisers has been used to provide emergency kits and up ... More >>
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 left behind a diverse body of work, from comic poems to Hollywood scripts. And her life story was epic, from her ... More >>
Forge Motion Pictures, NRS Films, and New Belgium Brewing premiered The Elder this week, the final film in director Skip Armstrong's five-part Of Souls Water series. Armstrong calls the film "a dreamy, contemplative, non-literal piece" about Rob Elliot, 68, a Grand Canyon river guide with more tha ... More >>
Loopy characters cant green a dated play.
It was a dark and stormy night…
A Vigil worth keeping.
The Avenue Theater uses The Fourth Wall as laffy taffy.
Nomad Theatre may be pulling up stakes after its production of Kimberly Akimbo.
Poignant Irritations paints an intriguing portrait of Stein and Toklas.
A Denver playwright tackles the world of Gertrude Stein.
The Fourth Wall
Stop Kiss offers an intelligent and bittersweet look at a budding gay romance.
Nomad's The Fourth Wall opens to multiple levels.
Arvada's revival of The Women isn't worth the fuss.
Bluefish Cove contracts a fatal dramatic illness.
Nickel & Dimed reveals a culture that cheapens workers' lives.
Nomad Theatre's Wit illuminates the dying process.
Pangs of loss are dissected in the story of a teacher and her protegé.
The beautifully done Stop Kiss illustrates universal emotions.
As Bees in Honey Drown separates creativity from fame, reality from illusion.
A new staging of To Kill a Mockingbird holds its own.