A half-dozen years ago, Ed Baierlein, artistic director for Germinal Stage, played Captain Shotover in Shaw's Heartbreak House. It was one of those definitive performances: Shotover is the aging paterfamilias of an extended English family that is sailing, smug and unknowing, straight into the storms ... More >>
Joe Ortonís farce doesnít quite deliver.
Arthur Miller is all talk, no believable action.
Brief reviews of current shows
A Delicate Balance holds its own at Germinal.
Poignant Irritations paints an intriguing portrait of Stein and Toklas.
Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
Jacques Brel really is alive in this splendid Theatre Cafe revival.
Germinal's stylized Triumph of Love dissects l'amour.
Even the playwright's lesser work shows signs of genius.
The poorly written Silly Cow should be put out to pasture.
Germinal Stage Denver celebrates Bertolt Brecht.
An innovative approach puts you in the middle of the action at Lapin Agile.
Tennessee gets shipped overseas in this version of Suddenly Last Summer