Michael Paglia visits Denver Art Museum in this week's review, taking in the three-part exhibit, Passport to Paris. The shows feature work by big names ranging from Toulouse-Lautrec to Monet. Continue reading for photos from all three exhibits.
Don't expect a grand pastiche of Impressionists when you walk through the three exhibits that comprise Passport to Paris -- while the Denver Art Museum's fall blockbuster does have its share of Impressionist works, that's only part of the exhibition suite's story, which deftly provides the narrative ... More >>
While it's true that a venue can make or break the show regardless of the talent on stage, this is doubly true with comedy. Location, comfort level, atmosphere, drink prices and, yes, quality of performers all play a large role in whether a comedy fan will Google your location when making Saturday n ... More >>
Emily DriskillPast winners crown the 2012 queen.Miss Zoe O. has won the 2012 Queen Of Aces title, the third annual pageant and benefit put on by the Colorado Gay Volleyball Association at Hamburger Mary's. Prior to the contest of pageantry and drag, Westword spoke with with now winner, Luke ... More >>
Last week, Reyna Von Vett -- whose alter ego, Cora Vette, emcees naughty burlesque shows every Wednesday in the heart of Five Points -- got an e-mail from a business in France asking her to cease and desist using the name of their venue in the title of her show. The venue? Why, the Moulin Ro ... More >>
Reyna Von Vett as Cora Vette in Reefer Mania.At the beginning of May, Reyna Von Vett's burlesque company (which won a Best Of award for Best Burlesque Comeback this year under the umbrella Black Box Burlesque before changing its name to BurlyCute) took up residency at the Crossroads Theatre, ... More >>
Garret Ammon finds inspiration in unexpected places.
Ballet Nouveau Colorado has a Valentine for you.