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 >>
On Wednesday, the University of Denver will host this election's first presidential debate -- and the first of its kind in Denver. DU has been getting ready for its close-up for months, and the stakes are high for both the school and the candidates. If the night is a success, no matter which candida ... More >>
Molly Ringwald makes a sweet Sweet Charity.
Alan Ayckbourn takes us home for the holidays.
Brief reviews of current shows
Neither bittersweet nor truly fluffy, Sweet Charity fails to satisfy.
Arcos Azules offers adults-only Shopping.
George Burns comes back to life in Say Goodnight Gracie.
Female dancers click into gear
Jake's Women gets tangled in psychobabble.
Neil Simon's comedy delivers its courses smoothly, without much fuss or spice.
The triumph of two Norwegian misfits gives us reason to cheer.
Larry Gelbart is one of TV's last great writers. So why can't he stay tuned?
Jack Shaheen crusades against cinema's depiction of Reel Bad Arabs.
The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art tries to get away with one.
The latest entry in the "split-personality" genre is mediocre at best.
The Emperor and the Assassin serves Chinese history in epic proportions.
DAS EFX TRIES TO KEEP IT GOING THREE YEARS DOWN THE ROAD.