For Christopher Durang, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is pretty weak tea. While the play is relatively funny and does have some outrageously inventive moments, the black humor, zany surprise, sheer unfettered impudence and break-the-dishes iconoclasm of Durang's other works is missing. Which m ... More >>
Sitting beside me at the Henrys last night was the woman who makes it all happen: Gloria Shanstrom, general manager of the Colorado Theatre Guild. It is Shanstrom who makes this glittering event -- this huge coming together of elegantly dressed, excitedly-gesticulating actors, directors, tech people ... More >>
Making a bright silk purse out of a Shakespearean sow's ear.
Capsule reviews of current shows.
The stage adaptation of Plainsong is almost as good as Kent Harufs book.
Itís a hit!
The Denver Center Theatre Company production is clean and credible.
Alan Ayckbourn takes us home for the holidays.
The farce is not with Jesus Hates Me.
Denver Center's revamped Christmas Carol doesn't dispel ghosts of Christmases past.
The whirlwind A Flea in Her Ear spins with precise comedic timing.