While some kids grow up following the antics of such superheroes as the Green Lantern and Wonder Woman, millennials in Denver with theater-savvy parents have grown up following tRUNks. Buntport Theater's live serial comic book began in December 2005, presenting a show every other week focusing on it ... More >>
On Saturday night, Westword introduced the eighth class of MasterMinds -- artistic entrepreneurs who are changing the cultural landscape. Since we started the program, we have given more than $130,000 in grants to artists and arts organizations. The latest winners (click on the link for profiles): M ... More >>
Deep in the bowels of the Denver Performing Arts Complex lies the mysterious little Jones Theatre, which sits on the backside of the complex like an afterthought. But what goes on in there? For one, there's Cult Following, a monthly improv-based (but not exactly) performance serial with this motto: ... More >>
Fallene Weels.Denver is full of aesthetic entrepreneurs, artists and organizations that are changing the landscape of this city. Some of their efforts are so underground, though, that they'd have miles to go just to reach the grassroots.
Mark MangerJimmy Sellars, master of the G.I. Joe doll, won the 2007 MasterMind for visual arts. By the time we chose our third class of MasterMinds, we were beginning to feel like Ed McMahon. People were catching on to our sneaky fact-checking phone calls in February, wondering if they were about t ... More >>
Bertolt Brecht's warning fails to move.
Power and sex combine for a titillating production.
Bring the kids down to Buntport for some good, clean fun.
Arts Street's teens write an original comedy
This Lady tells it like it is
Hunger Artists makes something out of Nothing.
War gets its Irish up.