Winnie Wenglewick was introduced to the threater through the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, where she volunteered for ten years. That experience so inspired her that in 2006 she opened Denver's Dangerous Theatre, and started not just producing and directing, but acting. She'll do all ... More >>
In Denver, we have theater for all tastes -- and if yours runs to the risque, we've got that, too. Denver's Dangerous Theatre fills that niche with, er, cheek and, often, laugh-out-loud panache. See also: - Actors playing apes in Dark Wood are naked -- and on "Nude Night," the audience can be, too! ... More >>
Since apes don't wear clothes, the actors playing apes in Dark Wood, a Dangerous Theatre production that opened February 8, don't wear clothes, either. And on "Nude Night," set for this Friday, February 22, many of the audience members will strip down, too: It's a clothing-optional evening, and tho ... More >>
Denver's Dangerous Theatre has been tickling funny boners and titillating naughty parts since 2007, and its latest play, Here be Dragons, is a tale of Christianity and homosexuality -- with a dangerous hint of science and a delicious smidge of naked man-ass. But the theater itself still lurks in th ... More >>
Enjoy hors d'oeuvre and horny talk.