#78: Buntport Theater Brian Colonna, Hannah Duggan, Erik Edborg, Erin Rollman, Samantha Schmitz and (sometimes) Evan Weissman are Buntport Theater, and it's not too far off the mark to think of this sextet of personalities as a single entity -- that's just how they work, slinging ideas back and for ... More >>
Tonight civic-health club Warm Cookies of the Revolution will host "Soup and Dreams," a benefit for grassroots groups in Colorado's food-justice scene. The event will kick off with soup from SAME Cafe; while guests are eating, they'll hear from three speakers who represent well-established organizat ... More >>
If you're not too candied- and costumed-out from Halloween or dead on your feet after all the Día de los Muertos celebrations, there are plenty of fun, free things to do Denver this week. Got rolling on a bike night for a good cause, start talking at some great discussions -- or get in the swing at ... More >>
Many a Monopoly game has been upended over an accusation of cheating -- but what would happen if cheating was a predetermined part of the game? Tonight's Warm Cookies of the Revolution session, "Realistic Monopoly and Other Games," is based on the findings of a study conducted by psychologist Paul P ... More >>
We've all heard of the concept of paying it forward, but Erin Rollman, one of the creators and mainstays of Buntport Theater, is taking it several steps further than most of us could ever have imagined: She's donating a kidney to someone she's never met. Evan Weissman, longti ... More >>
So. What's the deal with religion? Do we have it? Do we need it? Are we slaves to it? What's moral, and what's immoral? When Warm Cookies of the Revolution's bastard child, Sunday School for Atheists, is called to order, everything is fair game. That's right: Evan Weissman's civic health club, which ... More >>
The snow's certainly official, but that won't stop Coloradoans from getting out and enjoying some quality time with each other. From an art opening to a place to screen your newest self-released movie to a mentally stimulating, craft-centered get together, here are three fun activities for you to en ... More >>
#93: Evan Weissman Evan Weissman already deserves the Colorado Creative designation as a member of the wildly creative Buntport Theater (the whole troupe was honored as such when they received a Westword MasterMind award back in 2005 as part of the inaugural class). But then, late last year, he cam ... More >>
It's not easy envisioning the perfect government, as the people at Evan Weissman's Warm Cookies and Milk of the Revolution discussion at Buntport last night learned. And even when you manage to attract people to a "civic health club" where they can discuss differing views in a positive environment, ... More >>
The civic health club Warm Cookies of the Revolution hosted a letter-writing party at Buntport Theater last night, where attendees wrote letters to loved ones, publication editors, and city and state officials. But they weren't the only ones celebrating the holiday season by writing letters. Another ... More >>
Evan Weissman wants Denver to take control of its civic health, so he's created Warm Cookies of the Revolution, a monthly gathering where the community can discuss important issues, promote advocacy and also enjoy entertainment. Tonight's event at Buntport Theater is a letter-writing party, where at ... More >>
Buntport Theater solved a sizzling crime caper yesterday when a sheepish kid returned the stolen laptop on which the company kept its mailing list and other vital files. The theft happened while Buntport was conducting one of its regular Third Tuesday Great Debate. Since this one coinci ... More >>
Buntport Theater's Kafka on Ice -- created by the company in 2004 -- combines events from the author's life with incidents in his famous novella Metamorphosis (you know, the one that begins, "As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic ... More >>
Buntport Theater tries a new style with Indiana, Indiana.
Buntports Starship Troy comes in for a landing.
Buntport Theater examines resume and job-interview untruths.
Buntport brushes up on the Bard.
Buntport does right by an upside-down world.
Buntport launches a new Starship.
Buntport makes magic with Something Is Rotten.
Buntport reaches new heights with A Synopsis of Butchery.
Buntport's Macblank, while funny, feels like an extended skit.
Buntport's clever Idiot Box shows the tiny rubes behind the tube.
Buntport dazzles with silly yet serious inventiveness.