#70: Mare Trevathan Mare Trevathan gets around. The theatrical jill-of-all-trades works her chosen field from every angle: as an actor, director, teacher, talking-book reader, collaborator and public-relations expert, going from one spotlight to another as the muse moves her. Trevathan is not only ... More >>
Philip Sneed is leaving his position as artistic director for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, a position he's held since 2006, at the end of the month. He will become executive director of the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, replacing Gene Sobczak, who had left a marketing position at ... More >>
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival follows Lady Macbeth's lead.
Capsule reviews of current shows.
Speaking up for the women of Iraq.
Get out West, damned spot!
Macbeth heads into the Wild West.
Et tu? Continuity gets killed along with Caesar.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is waking up — and shaking things up.
Good grief, Charlie Brown! You’re in puberty!
Fact: Fiction is very engaging.
From the week of September 22, 2005
A young girl's eyes make The Syringa Tree compelling.
The Long Christmas Ride Home is a promising work in progress.
Barry Manilow still writes the songs
Theatre Group, Theatre on Broadway
Painted Bread comes out both flavorful and dry.
Spring Love is a flawed but sweetly charming comedy.
An all-female Twelfth Night is a near miss.
Shaking up Shakespeare's female roles, with mixed results.