From a special storytelling spectacular with The Narrators at Buntport to a summer new-play festival at Edge Theatre, this week's performing arts calendar has the proverbial something for everyone. Here are three more ways to stay busy with hot-weather diversions. See also: On the Hot Seat: Who Wil ... 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 >>
The Colorado Theatre Guild's seventh annual Henry Awards will be presented tonight at the L2 Arts & Culture Center, 1477 Columbine Street. The festivities start at 6 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction, followed by the official awards ceremony at 7 p.m.; an after-party will move the fun to the ... More >>
If the flurry of excitement and variety we're being offered in January is any indication, this is going to be an amazing year for theater. The month opens on a light note: a 1930s Noel Coward play set in the big-haired 1980s. This isn't the kind of interpretation you expect for Coward, not even fo ... More >>
Fame is fleeting, and so is the fun here.
Capsule reviews of shows
An unlikely roommate comes with plenty of baggage.
Miners Alley presents a parable about love and identity.
The apartment has a doorman, but there’s no job security.
Private Eyes is a sight well worth seeing.
Amy's View needs more star power.
Bas Bleu's thoughtful Elephant Man explores the spirit of outcasts.
Miners' Rose Garden adaptation feels aloof.
Miners Alley acts up with its One-Act Festival.
Reconciliation falls just short of charming.
From the week of October 2, 2003
Miners Alley offers a mismatched batch of one-acts.
The Elephant Man is still relevant to our current condition.