Theater Esprit Asia, a new company founded by playwright, actor and choreographer Maria Cheng and stage, film and television veteran Tria Xiong, will start its inaugural season on May 30 at Aurora's Vintage Theater; the lineup will feature plays by Cheng, Rick Foster and Julia Cho. In advance of ... 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 >>
It's ten at night, and the Jones Theatre is thronged with bodies, and smells of beer, wine and popcorn as the Playwrights' Slam -- a regular part of the Denver Center Theatre Company's Colorado New Play Summit -- is about to begin. "My woman wants your head to make a soup." This is from a play abo ... More >>
This weekend's New Play Summit at the Denver Center Theatre Company made it clear that after decades of sometimes sputtering movement, Denver has finally become a serious force in American theater. A large crowd -- local and national playwrights, press folk, tech people, poor actors and ric ... More >>
Danny Harrigan and Keith Rabin Jr... what.The founders of Gravity Defied Theatre had their work cut out for them when they founded the troupe in 2008. In addition to facing the standard pitfalls and challenges of starting a new theater company, founders Keith Rabin, Jr., and Danny Harrigan ha ... More >>
The New Voices Summer Playwriting Intensive works with young people.
Try something new with Modern Muse.
Kent Haruf's novel takes to the stage.
Enjoy hors d'oeuvre and horny talk.
Germinal explores the great state of Tennessee.
Kent Thompson draws on his past to chart the Denver Center Theatre Company's future.
Denver Rep's Edmond conjures up a loathsome, racist portrait.
The play’s the thing at the Arvada Center this weekend.
Singin' in the Rain
The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art tries to get away with one.
Praying for Rain takes a personal look at teen violence.