It was always kinda, sorta meant to be, but late last week, the official announcement was made: The LIDA Project theater troupe led by Brian Freeland (a member of Westword's Mastermind class of 2009) and the Control Group Productions avant-garde dance ensemble led by Patrick Mueller are formi ... More >>
No definitive word on whether there will be mud-wrestling.For over a decade, BINDERY | space has been home to some of Denver's best and weirdest experimental theater under the direction of the LIDA Project, which has been its driving force for most of that time, in addition to providing a pla ... More >>
For the last year, something's been missing from the Lida Project. Certainly, it hasn't been creativity or an open mind; under the energetic guidance of stand-in artistic director Julie Rada, the local experimental theater group in fact thrived as well as any small group of its kind can in De ... More >>
Disaster House host Josh Temple and some sheep. You know the drill: House gets messed up, tool-lugging good guys come in and save the day. That's the constantly replaying plot on the DIY Network's Disaster House, where the destruction is creative, but the denouement workman-like. Still, tryin ... More >>
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Anyone who's followed the theatrical footprints of Brian Freeland, founder of the LIDA Project and Countdown to Zero troupes (and one of Westword's most recent crop of Masterminds), will immediately know -- and not know -- what to expect of his next production. A grassroots agenda, subversive poli ... More >>
The plot behind the innovative 52-scene play The production called 52 Pick Up is simple. A couple meets. They fall in love. Then, they fall out of love. And they break up. What makes the production so interesting is the order in which these things happen. There are 52 cards in a deck of playing c ... More >>
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Countdown to Zero tells a frightening tale.