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Director Rachel Talalay Talks Tank Girl and a Career of Dreams and Nightmares

2 months ago by Keith Garcia
Director Rachel Talalay will descend upon the Alamo Drafthouse Friday to share and discuss her 1995 cult gem Tank Girl with an audience that will fill up on her memories and a special three-course dinner from Alamo executive chef Seth Rexroad. Talalay, a mainstay in John Waters’s ’80s staples and the Nightmare...
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Greetings from Vox Phamalia!

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
The whole point of Vox Phamalia: Quadrapalooza, the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League comedy show opening tonight at the Avenue Theater for a two-weekend run, is that differently-abled people (or whatever the politically correct terminology is this week) have a sense of humor about themselves. And they think...
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Ten most interesting interviews of 2012: Artists, feminist scientists, comedians and queens

4 years ago by Bree Davies
One of my favorite parts of being a reporter is getting to talk to strangers (and sometimes, friends). Even outside of assignments, I find myself interviewing waitresses, vending-machine repairmen and random people who have clearly not chosen to be in line in front of me at the grocery. This year,...
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From the Inside Out

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
Nobody knows what it's like to be disabled more than the people who actually live with disabilities. That's why a new production of Bernard Pomerance's The Elephant Man, presented by the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League, is certain to have added depth: The play is based on the...
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From the Inside Out

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
Nobody knows what it's like to be disabled more than the people who actually live with disabilities. That's why a new production of Bernard Pomerance's The Elephant Man, presented by the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League, is certain to have added depth: The play is based on the...
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Today's featured events: Tommy can't hear you, but you can hear Tommy, tonight at La Rumba

7 years ago by Susan Froyd
Not every band in town would take on the Who's Tommy in its entirety, regardless of the cause. But Instant Party, a group that's partly peopled by members of the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League and partly by local ringers, will not only bite off every bit of...
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Best Return to the Stage

Lucy Roucis

Known for her luminous performances with Phamaly (Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League), Lucy Roucis suffers from Parkinson's disease. In 2008, she underwent the surgery she'd been thinking about for years, in which a battery-operated medical device is implanted in the brain to stimulate targeted areas and block abnormal...
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For kids and parents, Cinderella slides neatly into the summer slot's slipper

4 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Summer shows at Boulder's Dinner Theatre are family-friendly events, intended to hold the wandering (and wondering) attention of children, and this year's Cinderella is no exception. Created by Rodgers and Hammerstein for television in the 1950s, it's charming, sweet and slight. Once again — as he did so notably for...
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State of the City

8 years ago by Amber Taufen
There are so many cool events going on throughout the city during the Democratic National Convention, and Dialog:City is at the forefront. Take tonight's performances of Throwaway/Runaway and Stand Up for Democracy as an example. Not only are the performances themselves don't-miss examples of Denver's cultural life, but they're also...
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Blind Ambition

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
One of the primary functions of the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League is to help normalize the way other people perceive and behave toward folks with disabilities. The handicapped actors of the PHAMALy troupe don’t want you to turn your eyes away from them, or, conversely, treat them...

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