There's a new gay theater in town, created by Steve Paulding and Preston Britton. We haven't had one since Theatre Group, which at its height served a lively mix of raunchy, campy spoofs and serious gay-themed plays, so this new entry is welcome. But the first show indicates the Presteve Thea ... More >>
Shadow has a new stage and a star to light it up.
Topdog/Underdog grapples with inner-city grit.
The Colorado Ballet tosses its tutus in a triple bill
Shadow Theatre shines a light on this wrenching retelling of Billie Holiday's downfall.
Like its setting, Flyin' West is subtle in its expressiveness.
Two short plays by Chekhov and O'Neill light up the Ralph Waldo Emerson Center.
In or Out! (Doing Time?) cuts across issues with sharp words.
Shadow Theatre steps its performance up a notch for this adventurous play.
The play's the thing with the historical drama The African Company Presents Richard III.