The public is becoming more and more aware of the dangerous power wielded by the nation's police. We're learning that as cops charge into civilian neighborhoods, they're armed with equipment developed for military combat -- and few of them have the training to handle such equipment. With the explosi ... More >>
On July 22, The Colorado Theatre Guild will present the Colorado equivalent of the Tonys: the eighth annual Henry Awards, celebrating outstanding achievements during the past season. The event not only celebrates local work, it's also an annual fundraiser for the CTG. The nominees were released last ... More >>
The American Theatre Critics' Association had chosen the New Play Summit at the Denver Center Theatre Company as the site of its winter meeting, and a group of critics compared notes one morning. We had all seen the same plays; on some we agreed; now and then someone pointed out something that other ... More >>
Capsule reviews of current shows.
Arvadas production reveals the poetry of a classic text.
A resurrected ghost makes for a spirited evening.
Pause for station identification.
Jacob Marley gets his say in a new play.
All this nothing adds up to something big.
Death can be full of surprises.
Tension builds in The Caretaker.
Private Eyes is a sight well worth seeing.
The Smell of the Kill is a word to the wives.
Nomad Theatre may be pulling up stakes after its production of Kimberly Akimbo.
Bas Bleu's Perestroika continues the excellence of the Angels saga.
Denver's theater scene struggles to reach critical mass.
Eckstine sings true blues, while God's Man proves too preachy.
The human spirit shines brightly in Terra Nova.
Pride's Crossing tells the story of a woman who made her own choices.
Martha Greenberg in Wings