Deceptively simple, thought-provoking and engrossing.
The stage adaptation of Plainsong is almost as good as Kent Harufs book.
A musical Roman holiday.
Denver Center's revamped Christmas Carol doesn't dispel ghosts of Christmases past.
Fire on the Mountain evokes the musical soul of Appalachian miners.
The Misanthrope has both vision and visuals.
Scapin or the Con Artist finds comedy in classic bits.
Denver Center Theatre Company
An adaptation of Melville's bloody Pierre somehow comes together.
Pork Pie has rhythm, but the beat is a little slow.
The DCTC shines in this classic retelling of The Little Foxes.
The DCTC's Much Ado never quite hits the mark.
Side Man is music for the soul.
When Gary Antonoff set up his own private government, the town of Lochbuie got soaked.
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