Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Presented by Lone Tree Arts Center through May 4 Huck Finn, a wild-haired urchin, wants to be free of the constraints of civilization, represented by the Widow Douglas, who has adopted him and is determined to get him properly Christianized, and her ste ... More >>
You could hear a pin drop during the first Sundance screening of writer-director Ryan Coogler's Fruitvale, an enormously powerful and moving debut feature based on the shooting death of 22-year-old Oscar Grant by Oakland transit police in the early hours of New Year's Day, 2009. Coogler opens the fi ... More >>
Jamie Horton headlines Back to the Muse.
Making a bright silk purse out of a Shakespearean sow's ear.
We're dreaming of a real holiday musical.
Capsule reviews of shows
Why does anyone want to hang on to this play?
Brief reviews of current shows
The play based on Jules Verne’s novel goes nowhere fast.
The Denver Center Theatre Company production is clean and credible.
Artistic genius becomes merely amusing in Amadeus.
This Measure for Measure is beyond measure.
Kent Thompson draws on his past to chart the Denver Center Theatre Company's future.
Dirty Story is a rich exploration of the conflict in Palestine.
Marley's ghost may haunt the Denver Center Theatre Company.
Randy Moore, The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
The Three Sisters, Denver Center Theatre Company
DCTC's adaptation of John Brown's Body stands tall.
Nautilus: 20,000 launches a monster fish
A Christmas Carol retains its message of hope.
CSF's innovative Hamlet keeps the classic vital.
Scapin or the Con Artist finds comedy in classic bits.
A Christmas Carol
The Denver Center Theatre Company plays well with Shakespeare.
A fresh, insightful Skin tells us what happens to the human race.
The epic Tantalus secures its place in theatrical lore.
It is the best of plays. It is the worst of plays.