There will be a memorial for longtime Denver critic Holly Bartges at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6 at Boulder's Dinner Theatre, 5501 Arapahoe Street in Boulder. "We will sing, hoist a glass and talk of all things Holly," promises Colorado Theatre Guild director Gloria Shanstrom, who notes that there wi ... More >>
It hit home for members of the theater community Sunday, when they opened the Denver Post and found a gaping void in the arts pages: There was no column by longtime critic and commentator John Moore. No review. Everyone had known John was taking the Post's buyout. His Facebook fans read his ... More >>
Quilters tells the tale of pioneer women through fabric and song.
August Wilsons final work opens at the Space Theatre.
The story of Annie Sullivan hits the Denver Center stage.
Glengarry Glen Ross is a classic yet timely take on real estate.
Jump aboard the Noises Off bandwagon.
You Can't Take It With You appeals to nostalgia.
Places that are normally out of sight see daylight during Doors Open Denver.
Cleo Parker Robinson interprets Mary Lou's Mass
Jazzman Fred Hess shines on The Long and the Short of It
The DCTC stages an all-black Streetcar
Almost Heaven returns with a free show
Far, far out!