#69: Andy Juett Andy Juett came to the local comedy scene via radio, and has blossomed into a booster, standup comic, producer, stage host, behind-the-scenes guy and co-owner of the High Plains Comedy Festival, which kicks off its second year in August. But he also rolls out comedy shows all year 'r ... More >>
Deep in the bowels of the Denver Performing Arts Complex lies the mysterious little Jones Theatre, which sits on the backside of the complex like an afterthought. But what goes on in there? For one, there's Cult Following, a monthly improv-based (but not exactly) performance serial with this motto: ... More >>
Rob Christensen ARIEL PINK'S HAUNTED GRAFFITI With Diva and Os Mutantes 11.23.10 | Bluebird Theatre Ariel Pink (whose real name is Ariel Rosenberg) spent the better part of the last decade making lo-fi recordings of himself in his bedroom and being booed off-stage during solo tours. When he ... More >>
Justice, an 11-month-old Great Dane, scopes the competition at the RMC dog show.Every year around this time, the Westminster Kennel Club puts on its hifalutin, thoroughly mockable parade of purebreds, all vying to star in the next Christopher Guest movie. And around the same time, a down-home ... More >>
Spinal Tap returns in Unwigged and Unplugged.
No Doubt just announced a 45-city tour with Paramore and the Sounds that includes a Wednesday, May 27 stop at Fiddler's Green. On Monday, August 24, Def Leppard, Poison and Cheap Trick will also share a bill at Fiddler's, while Lady Sovereign hits the Bluebird Monday, May 18, Neko Case plays the Ogd ... More >>
A compelling quartet, from princesses to Piaf.
Films on Fillmore closes its season with a cult classic.
Unmasking Nathan Baesel
Hooray for Christopher Guest's Hollywood, where Purim gets Oscar buzz and Charlie Rose gets his due.
Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of a classic loads on the Bull.
Mrs. Henderson shakes up war-torn Britain with an assault of the flesh.
Stick it to The Man and avoid this slipshod, ugly mess.
Pete Tong's a mockumentary that will make your heart dance.
Spinal Tap tapped, the Folksmen turn it way down from 11.
A mediocre Wind bags only a few charming laughs.
From the week of March 28, 2002
Startup.com invites us to cheer for two schemers hoping to get rich from parking tickets.
The voice of Flanders is the voice of reason, absatively posilutely.
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously.
Two native sons seek ideal mates in Smiling Fish & Goat on Fire.