The fall theater season is in full swing. This weekend you can send off a local production as it takes to the road, re-view an old stage classic or catch the world premiere of a new play from a local playwright -- and there's an old-fashioned musical, too. Here's a sampling of what's happening on st ... More >>
Nicolas Cage and Tye Sheridan in Joe.As at most festivals, screenings at Venice are preceded by a recorded message asking everyone to turn off their cell phones. A very cultured-sounding lady delivers this request first in Italian and then in English. She caps off the English version with the words, ... More >>
Well, here we are, at the end of the road of lyrical idiocy. As our countdown to crappiness finally culminates, we've trained our eye on some of the greatest lyricists in rock, who during select moments, greatly disappointed us with their valueless verse. These lyrics are all bad on their own terms, ... More >>
Join us as we go further down the rabbit hole of cringe-worthy rock lyrics, making our way through an underselling David Lee Roth, a culture war waged by Avril Lavigne, a melodramatic suicide note from Blink 182, some lumpy Black Eyed Peas and Chinese food that makes LFO sick, while Bob Dylan and th ... More >>
Thursday, May 5, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
Capsule reviews of current shows
All this nothing adds up to something big.
Buntport makes magic with Something Is Rotten.
Doug and Wendy Ishii are more than mere players in the realms of science and theater.
Germinal explores the great state of Tennessee.
Friday, December 2, Gothic Theatre, 303-322-2308.
Yours, Mine & Ours lowers the bar for miserable remakes.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
This unconventional comedic drama from Norway might be just the ticket.
The Bug's Waiting for Godot cuts to the funny bone.
Puzzling No Man's Land remains emotionally grounded.
Spider sees little triumph over schizophrenia.
Several short works create a thought-provoking blend.
The stately game of cricket is winning young converts.
Dog in the Sand (What Are Records?)
Boulder Film Alliance "Best of" Series
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
The Pinter Plays offers a pair of the master dramatist's best works.
Food Chain devours self-indulgent psychobabble.
The Fastest Clock in the Universe ticks away at the postmodern world.
Queen of Leenane demonstrates the linguistic power of playwright Martin McDonough.