#39: Amanda Berg Wilson. Amanda Berg Wilson is a juggler of great energy, who came to Boulder from Chicago, where she helped found the interdisciplinary performance group Striding Lion. And when she moved to Colorado, she brought with her an adventurously playful breath of creative fresh air. Once ... More >>
Coloradans and visitors from other states put on their short-sleeved button-up shirts, ties, backpacks and bicycle helmets and made their way down to the Ellie Caulkins Opera House last night for the opening of The Book of Mormon. And even if they didn't don full-on Mormon attire, these fans felt lu ... More >>
In December, we caught up with Andy Raney and Jeremy Make, the local co-creators of kART Across America, a documentary devoted to their 108-day trek across the United States in a fussy, broken-down golf kart named Christine. On Thursday, Michael Moore caught up with them -- on NPR. In a Talk of the ... More >>
Ethel and the Crippens.What is it that makes us find Victorian murders so juicy, fascinating and macabre? And also so irresistibly funny? The Catamounts, a relatively new company, has resurrected yet another Victorian murder story with The Three Faces of Doctor Crippen; judging by this lively ... More >>
Courtesy of No Shame ProductionsJeremy Make and Andy Raney stand with Christine, the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang of vintage golf karts.Call it a quarter-life crisis: Andy Raney does. Because before watching the documentary that resulted, it's slightly difficult to imagine why two adult males -- Raney an ... More >>
Courtesy of No Shame ProductionsChristine, Jeremy Make and Andy Raney return to Colorado at the end of their documentary.If you missed kART Across America at the Denver Starz Film Festival, the time you have left to see it on the big screen is limited. So if you can avoid your holiday plans f ... More >>
Some directors might get a hold of the script for David Holstein's The B-Team -- about a group of second-string terrorists who fail at everything they try -- and think, "A play about Pakistani terrorists must be cast by Pakistani-Americans. Obviously. Of course." But not Jeremy Make. No, he c ... More >>
This original play fizzes, then fades to black.
A new play examines life in a movie theater.
These six one-acts have a lot to say.
Good grief, Charlie Brown! You’re in puberty!
This debate between science and religion doesn’t quite come together.
Moving Hedda Gabler ahead several generations gives the play new life.
Both aching and sweet, Sailor's Song is ultimately a love song.
From the week of September 29, 2005