Many Denver theater-goers remember Jacqueline Antaramian from her roles with the Denver Center Theatre Company. During her ten years there, she starred in Mark Harelik's The Immigrant, Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit and Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth, among others, and she was a memorable Mash ... More >>
It hit home for members of the theater community Sunday, when they opened the Denver Post and found a gaping void in the arts pages: There was no column by longtime critic and commentator John Moore. No review. Everyone had known John was taking the Post's buyout. His Facebook fans read his ... More >>
Marley's ghost may haunt the Denver Center Theatre Company.
Denver Center gives Blithe Spirit an airy outing.
The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
Annette Helde and Jacqueline Antaramian, The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
DCTC's adaptation of John Brown's Body stands tall.
Nautilus: 20,000 launches a monster fish
A Christmas Carol retains its message of hope.
A Civil War-era Three Sisters focuses on the lives of the unfocused.
A fresh, insightful Skin tells us what happens to the human race.
The musical tale of a new American gains strength from its loving presentation.
The DCTC's 1933 covers all the bases.