Moved.After two months of bankruptcy proceedings, an eviction and at least one accusation of looting, the embattled Shadow Theatre Company opens its first production since it moved An Evening with Nina mid-run from its former space at 1468 Dayton Street to the Aurora Fox in January. The show, ... More >>
One thing you can say about the Shadow Theatre Company: They sure know how to create the drama. After failing to pay rent for most of 2010, the bankrupt troupe was evicted from their Aurora space last month. Now, their former landlord has filed a report with Aurora police that accuses Shadow ... More >>
Another weekend, another roundup of wonderful, meaningful and/or just-plain-fun things to do. But let's begin with an important one. Friends, family and peers in the arts community will all come together to remember and pay tribute to Shadow Theatre Company founder Jeffrey Nickelson, who sadl ... More >>
Shadow Theatre Companys new season is cause for celebration.
Shadow has a new stage and a star to light it up.
We asked these local creatives to predict what the arts scene in Denver will, or at least should, look like in 2028.
Boulder’s Dinner Theatre breathes new life into this revival.
A collision course between the old South and the new North.
Plenty of Time offers plenty to think about.
To Hell and back.
Stories on Stage returns with more forgotten lore.
Shadow Theatre's Topdog/Underdog plays a winning hand.
Topdog/Underdog grapples with inner-city grit.
Denver's theater scene struggles to reach critical mass.
A look back at the tawdry minstrel-show era.
The Colorado Ballet tosses its tutus in a triple bill
Shadow Theatre's Macbeth loses its voice.
The rhythms of the city make for a Sweet Corner Symphony.
Shadow Theatre shines a light on this wrenching retelling of Billie Holiday's downfall.
Eckstine sings true blues, while God's Man proves too preachy.
August Wilson's Fences scores a home run at the Acoma Center.
Flyin' West and Hughie
Shadow Theatre Company
Like its setting, Flyin' West is subtle in its expressiveness.
Two short plays by Chekhov and O'Neill light up the Ralph Waldo Emerson Center.
So why doesn't Denver applaud Lucy Walker?
In or Out! (Doing Time?) cuts across issues with sharp words.
The play's the thing with the historical drama The African Company Presents Richard III.
Universal themes underscored in this production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Riff Raff examines the good, the bad and the really bad.
Riff Raff at The Ralph Waldo Emerson Center.