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 >>
It's wonderful to discuss Shakespeare with someone as intelligent, insightful and, above all, passionate as Tina Packer, who brings her Women of Will: The Overview to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival this weekend. Packer, who led Shakespeare & Company in Massachusetts for three decades, talks about ... More >>
Boulder's experimental, "collaboratory" Band of Toughs isn't out of the woods. In fact, the theater troupe's production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, part of the Boulder Fringe Festival, will place the play smack in the woods, in the mischievous fairy-forest the playwright envi ... More >>
Jose Antonio Mercado is a man with a big, big dream -- to renovate the Historic Elitch Theatre, a dilapidated Denver landmark with a rich history, and refurbish both the building and its legacy. And Mercado, an actor, director and teacher made famous on the local level for his work with at-risk stud ... More >>
The cast works hard, but the result's not much.
Sublimely silly, but satisfying.
Making a bright silk purse out of a Shakespearean sow's ear.
These six one-acts have a lot to say.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is waking up — and shaking things up.
There's little magic to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival's Tempest.
Rack 'em up
This Measure for Measure is beyond measure.
Shakespeare's words are a casualty in the inventive Henry 5 From Times Square.
Love's Labor's Lost
Buntport's version of Shakespeare's forgotten yarn strikes a bloody good note.
An all-female Twelfth Night is a near miss.
Henry V and The Tempest storm through Boulder.
Colorado Shakespeare Festival's Twelfth Night fails to entertain.
This young Hamlet is one for the ages.
Bug Theatre's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream is a collision of styles.
The play's the thing with the historical drama The African Company Presents Richard III.
Shakespeare's R&J puts a new twist on a familiar story, yet remains faithful in spirit.