William Golding's Lord of the Flies is an anguished meditation on the nature of evil. Golding, who fought in the Royal Navy during World War II, was acutely aware of the horrors of which humankind was capable when he wrote this novel, first published in 1954 -- a time when the English still consider ... More >>
The fall theater season is in full swing. This weekend you can send off a local production as it takes to the road, re-view an old stage classic or catch the world premiere of a new play from a local playwright -- and there's an old-fashioned musical, too. Here's a sampling of what's happening on st ... More >>
You Can't Take It With You appeals to nostalgia.
I went to see the Denver Center Theatre Company's 1001 last weekend; it was my belated birthday, and I was ready for a night on the town. I love the theater, but a production has to be really good to catch my cast-iron mistrust by surprise. So I'm a picker and chooser: I've never gone to a play I ... More >>
New voices sound at the Denver Center with September Shoes.
Places that are normally out of sight see daylight during Doors Open Denver.
The Winter's Tale
It is the best of plays. It is the worst of plays.
Waiting to Be Invited delves into the personal side of political protest.
Barrio Babies takes on Hollywood's treatment of Hispanics.
March 11 - 17, 1999
Why is the old Lowenstein Theater on Colfax sitting empty? Some arts activists want to know.