"Blue collar comedy" is often viewed as synonymous with words like "dumb," "cheap" and "Republican." It was largely co-opted by Jeff Foxworthy's low-brow comedy tour, and since then you really can't discuss the humor that comes out of labor-work without everyone assuming you have a Support the Troop ... More >>
The Tupperware will be real, all real, when the participatory tour-de-force Dixie's Tupperware Party returns to the Garner Galleria Theatre tonight for another hi-larious repeat run, just in time for the holidays. And like the contents kept in Tupperware, Dixie Longate, the larger-than-life, big-hai ... More >>
There's a reason I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change -- a gently musical that we dubbed "pure peach souffle" over a decade ago -- returned to the Garner Galleria Theatre earlier this year for a several-month run. It's the perfect show for dating couples, professionals looking for after-work relax ... More >>
Improv theater is risky, especially when it calls for pulling an unsuspecting audience member onto the stage for the entirety of the show. Case in point, the Garner Galleria's production of Blind Date, in which the show's creator and only star, Rebecca Northan, hand-picks a fellow from the cr ... More >>
Kris Andersson is Dixie Longate.Theater critic Juliet Wittman writes in her review of Dixie's Tupperware Party: "This show is dirty. Seriously dirty." Right away, that should make you want to go see it. Luckily for you, we're giving away four pairs of tickets.
Best Product Placement Idea Ever.Dixie Longate has come to Denver to ply her Tupper-wares (har) at the Garner Galleria Theatre. The show opened last week and will be here through early January, so there's still plenty of time to go and reevaluate your tupperware needs. I went on Friday. Trul ... More >>
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