"This is an old-boy event in which women do not appear unless to provide some kind of illicit service. And when we do appear, we do not wear heels. And when we do wear heels, if we do not immediately prove we are the smartest person in the room we are not taken seriously." So says Juliana of a pha ... More >>
The Athena Project Festival starts a seventeen-day celebration of women playwrights at the Aurora Fox Arts Center tonight. Along with its emphasis on plays by women, the interactive festival will also feature female musicians, artists and fashion designers. See also: - Athena Project Festival's "P ... More >>
Reading theater reviews in the New York Times, you often find yourself suffering intense pangs of envy for those friends living there. You'll never see this fiercely confrontational drama or that hilarious but profound comedy, you think wistfully. Everything exciting is going on miles and miles away ... More >>
Newspapers across the country have slashed staff to save money, with movie reviewer and theater critic positions among the most popular cuts. Given that reality, the Denver Post deserves credit for continuing to dedicate a staff writer to these subjects, even though one person -- Lisa Kennedy -- wil ... More >>
Otis Taylor may or may not be one of them.In its five years of existence so far, the Curious Theatre Company has lured some pretty prodigious figures into its annual Denver Stories production, where it pairs local celebrities with playwrights and has them produce autobiographical short plays; ... More >>
The New Voices Summer Playwriting Intensive works with young people.
The Colorado New Play Summit gets theater lovers in and out of their seats.
The Theatre Group is back on its feet for the holidays.
Brief reviews of current shows
The Denver Center's September Shoes fails to provide adequate dramatic support.
Denver Rep's Edmond conjures up a loathsome, racist portrait.