If the disheartening consumerism of the holidays is taking a toll on both your wallet and your spirit, keep reading. This week, we're featuring three events that not only cost nothing to attend, but also benefit good causes: the Bring Your Own Records Party, holiday storytelling and a night of comed ... More >>
Last night saw an outpouring of support for Modern Muse, as longtime Denver Center Theatre Company favorite Jamie Horton returned to town and reprised several of his favorite roles—with the help of John Hutton, Kathy Brady and Randy Moore—at a benefit for the theater company at the Kenneth King ... More >>
Jamie Horton headlines Back to the Muse.
Curious Theater has stayed on course to reach its tenth anniversary season.
Fact: Fiction is very engaging.
The whirlwind A Flea in Her Ear spins with precise comedic timing.
From the week of September 22, 2005
Kent Thompson draws on his past to chart the Denver Center Theatre Company's future.
Stories on Stage raises the political bunting.
The Misanthrope has both vision and visuals.
Trumbo: Red, White & Blacklisted offers a timely, if timid, lesson.
Denver Center gives Blithe Spirit an airy outing.
Jamie Horton, John Brown's Body, Denver Center Theatre Company
The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
Nautilus: 20,000 launches a monster fish
Scapin or the Con Artist finds comedy in classic bits.
A Civil War-era Three Sisters focuses on the lives of the unfocused.
Bernice/Butterfly: A Two-Part Invention
Bernice/Butterfly is a double bill brimming with quality.
A first-class presentation fails to ignite the drama of upper-class adultery.
Veteran actor Jamie Horton sees his words light up national movie screens.
Too much talk makes Spinning Into Butter lose its focus on racism.
Inna Beginning doesn't end soon enough.
The DCTC's Much Ado never quite hits the mark.
The Show-Off starts slow before finally strutting its stuff.
Side Man is music for the soul.
February 4 - 10, 1999