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.