#37: Terry Dodd Terry Dodd has been entrenched in local theater as a director and playwright for more than thirty years, garnering dozens of awards and other kudos for his thoughtfully crafted work. These days, he shares the wealth as a teacher, too, and as a dedicated lover of a good script, he's ... More >>
There will be a memorial for longtime Denver critic Holly Bartges at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6 at Boulder's Dinner Theatre, 5501 Arapahoe Street in Boulder. "We will sing, hoist a glass and talk of all things Holly," promises Colorado Theatre Guild director Gloria Shanstrom, who notes that there wi ... More >>
This original play fizzes, then fades to black.
A new play examines life in a movie theater.
Next Stage kills it with this musical.
Arvada Center creates passable music.
A Folded Flag keeps a good play under wraps.
Modern Muse forcefully revisits the suddenly timely Inherit the Wind.
Jacques Brel really is alive in this splendid Theatre Cafe revival.
Victor/Victoria sets the gender blender on slow.
Trouble Clef gets points for reviving the ambitious Sunday in the Park.
Ballyhoo embraces a clan's Jewishness but stops short of fully exploring bigotry.
As Bees in Honey Drown separates creativity from fame, reality from illusion.
Paul Page in The Ice-Fishing Play
A couple of corporate cogs can run, but they can't hide.
The Ice-Fishing Play reels 'em in.