Local filmmaker Brad Stabio created the Denver Actor Project, an ongoing showcase of local actors, to demonstrate the talent that can be found in the Mile High City. The project premiered at the Starz Denver Film Festival last November with a series of six short films, and Stabio hopes to create mor ... More >>
#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.