It is a shame that Steve Horner no longer lives in this state, because the anti-ladies'-night crusader would have found a warm welcome -- a very warm welcome -- had he shown up for last night's "ladies-only" wine-tasting at Venue. The event was designed to aid the free flow of conversation (and of ... More >>
Arvadas production reveals the poetry of a classic text.
Imaginary children lead to imaginary murders.
A resurrected ghost makes for a spirited evening.
Capsule reviews of current shows
A production that's plain Jane.
Anne Frank’s words have more resonance than this theater production.
Capsule reviews of shows
The Merchant of Venice leaves us shortchanged.
Long after the play ends, you'll be thinking about After Ashley.
The Clean House looks good at the start but gets soggy.
With Gem of the Ocean, August Wilson completes the cycle.
Denver Center's revamped Christmas Carol doesn't dispel ghosts of Christmases past.
Horror: The Transformation, though flawed, is still moving.
Brief reviews of current shows.
Denver Center's Oedipus Rex masks some of the production's power.
Cleo Parker Robinson interprets Mary Lou's Mass
Multimedia flamenco show captures gitano spirit
Denver Center gives Blithe Spirit an airy outing.
With roots in China's revolution, Tale of a Tiger remains simple and timely.
The Denver Center mounts a regal version of August Wilson's King Hedley II.
Tepid chemistry takes some of the fire from Shakespeare's alchemy.
The Lonesome West provides a flat ending to Martin McDonagh's harsh Irish trilogy.
Nomad Theatre's Wit illuminates the dying process.
Despite stunning stagecraft, the long-awaited Lion King follows Disney's formula.
A first-class presentation fails to ignite the drama of upper-class adultery.
The musical tale of a new American gains strength from its loving presentation.
Veteran actor Jamie Horton sees his words light up national movie screens.
Dinner With Friends offers a tantalizing array of the flavors of human relationships.
A rhyme, while sublime, doesn't work all the time.
Tomato Plant Girl shows children how friendships grow.
Denver's theater companies contemplate taking their audiences to the next level.
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