#37: Terry Dodd Terry Dodd has been entrenched in local theater as a director and playwright for more than thirty years, garnering dozens of awards and other kudos for his thoughtfully crafted work. These days, he shares the wealth as a teacher, too, and as a dedicated lover of a good script, he's ... More >>
It's safe to say Vintage Theatre's RFK is a smash. A one-man exploration of the life and times of Robert Kennedy by Jack Holmes, it garnered excellent reviews (including mine) and a huge amount of Facebook chatter, with dozens of people who had seen the performance sharing information, congratulatin ... More >>
Though its sister theater, the Mayan, seems to grab all the attention as an historical treasure, Landmark's Esquire Theatre is actually a little bit older -- though you wouldn't know it from its moderne facade. But while the Mayan, which opened in 1930, survives -- with tweaks -- as the movie palace ... More >>
Amateur Night at the Big Heart, a comedy/drama by Denver playwright and director Terry Dodd, first saw the light of day as a staged reading at the Denver Center Theatre Company 25 years ago.The following year, the play received its world premiere at the Arvada Center, directed by David Ogden Stiers ... More >>
You'll want to check into the Barth to see this.
Watch The Hot L Baltimore in the Barth lobby.
Brief reviews of current shows
The apartment has a doorman, but there’s no job security.
The Weir shows the quiet horror of loneliness.
The Voice of the Prairie is uneven, but a good fit for the revived Victorian Playhouse.
Angels in America
In Cold Blood
Underneath the Lintel is a compelling hunt for meaning.
First Night goes behind the scenes to search for theater's meaning.
Ballyhoo embraces a clan's Jewishness but stops short of fully exploring bigotry.
The time-traveling Communicating Doors connects a farce with a thriller.
A couple of corporate cogs can run, but they can't hide.
Wings soars on the strength of the human spirit.
The Ice-Fishing Play reels 'em in.