Sugar energizes the Avenue's remounted Rocky Horror Show.
A tired Parallel Lives dwells too much on the past to be funny.
Pinnacle's version of Rocky Horror is sour despite Sugar.
Bat Boy: The Musical
Rickie Lee rises
An entertaining Allergist's Wife is anchored by several solid actors.
Denver's theater scene struggles to reach critical mass.
First-rate Cabaret is not Boulder Dinner Theatre's normal fare.
Female dancers click into gear
Theatre Group, Theatre on Broadway
Bat Boy: The Musical is ready for takeoff.
Bat Boy: The Musical flaps into town.
Gross Indecency gives us Wilde as a historical, but not lyrical, figure.
Risky casting in Bas Bleu's A Lesson From Aloes creates an imbalance.
When Pigs Fly
A high-spirited collection of sketches makes When Pigs Fly soar.
Promethean Theatre fails to clarify Shakespeare's muddy Cymbeline.
Cyrano de Bergerac
A savagely demented emcee overcomes false notes to conjure the proper nightclub despair.
Leopold and Loeb's "perfect" crime gets a provoking yet slightly flawed presentation.
A Question of Mercy deals with the touchy subject of assisted suicide.
Small theater groups are having a tough time carving out their own space in Denver.
Art takes a look at us looking at art.
Brian Houtz in The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me
In The Blue Room, everyone gets a piece of the action.
Shakespeare's R&J puts a new twist on a familiar story, yet remains faithful in spirit.