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Donovan Marley, Denver Center Theatre Company
A blend of Shakespeare plays makes up the bulk of Queen Margaret.
Germinal Stage Denver celebrates Bertolt Brecht.
The epic Tantalus secures its place in theatrical lore.
Donald Seawell doesn't think the ambitious Tantalus is out of Denver's reach.
In Tony Church's one-man show,the bard takes a backseat to the Shakespearean actor.
High drama and spirited romance spice up The Last September.
Shakespeare's R&J puts a new twist on a familiar story, yet remains faithful in spirit.
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