For whatever reason, you'll notice that this Saturday night, aside from the second night of STS9's two-night stand at the Fillmore, there aren't too many must-see shows. This is mere speculation on our part, but we're guessing that might have something to do with a certain sporting event taking plac ... More >>
May the schwartz be with you.While many people might recognize Bill Pullman as Lone Starr in Spaceballs or the President in Independence Day, the movie star is also an accomplished stage actor who's passionate about helping the performing arts. He'll be at the L2 Arts & Culture Center tonight ... More >>
Thursday, January 6, and Friday, January 7, Bluebird Theater, 303-830-8497.
Malick, mobsters and Mr. Brooks.
This film proves that its star could have been a killer Bond.
Power and sex combine for a titillating production.
Who knew Shakespeare was so good at rehabilitation?
A German New Waver resorts to tired old tricks.
Bug takes a convincingly harrowing walk into madness.
Stealth aims low and hits its mark.
Germinal's Fool for Love is cleanly staged, but the meaning's murkier.
New Chasm View offers a solid Fool for Love.
Need a love story to cry over? Leaf through The Notebook.
Lanford Wilson's genius draws blanks in Book of Days.
Denver Repertory's True West succeeds with actors' intensity.
McClinton just keeps rolling along
Bruce Willis plays a noble brute in the African jungle.
Several short works create a thought-provoking blend.
A grimy group of violent, English losers leaves this critic cold.
A literary whirlwind kicks up cultural dust but settles nothing.
Black Hawk Down pays grim, gritty homage to real American warriors.
This young Hamlet is one for the ages.
A new generation is rediscovering one of Denver's strangest bands.
Denver's theater companies contemplate taking their audiences to the next level.
As a film adaption of a bestseller, Snow Falling on Cedars flakes out.
The Fastest Clock in the Universe ticks away at the postmodern world.