Playwright, actor and "grand dame" Charles Busch has been commanding the stage for more than thirty years. A last-minute campy show he wrote and performed in the East Village of New York City in 1984 catapulted him to fame, and since then Busch's plays have been performed on Broadway and turned into ... More >>
To get in the mood for Halloween, you can head up to Colorado Springs for a campy combination of '60s slasher and beach movies, or hear spooky stories come alive onstage in Denver; meanwhile, dance aficionados can get their fix at an intergenerational mashup in Boulder. Keep reading for details. Se ... More >>
For Gay Fantasia, opening this weekend at Naropa University's Nalanda Campus, the audience has a chance to be direct participants in the production. The piece -- which binds the last days of Harvey Milk together with the beginning of the HIV and AIDS crisis through a personal story -- is presented i ... More >>
There's a new gay theater in town, created by Steve Paulding and Preston Britton. We haven't had one since Theatre Group, which at its height served a lively mix of raunchy, campy spoofs and serious gay-themed plays, so this new entry is welcome. But the first show indicates the Presteve Thea ... More >>
Nick Sugar camps up a classic at the Avenue Theater.
An entertaining Allergist's Wife is anchored by several solid actors.
The New York-based Tale of the Allergist's Wife lands in Denver.
Credit an energetic cast and a savvy director for putting some boogie-woogie in Swingtime Canteen.