Geoffrey Kent's A Midsummer Night's Dream was the highlight of this past summer's Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and now that the festival has just released its schedule for 2014, Kent is already mulling the production he'll direct next year: The Tempest. "I thought we made some bold choices on ... More >>
Early this year, it looked as if the Colorado Shakespeare Festival might be on its last legs. But after some re-organization, a strong marketing push and a tightening of the festival's focus, the New York Times named the CSF one of the summer's hot tickets -- and A Midsummer Night's Dream opened l ... More >>
Philip Sneed is leaving his position as artistic director for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, a position he's held since 2006, at the end of the month. He will become executive director of the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, replacing Gene Sobczak, who had left a marketing position at ... More >>
Celebrate the season with Dylan Thomas.