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Review: The Comedy of Errors Doubles Down at the Shakespeare Festival

3 months ago by Juliet Wittman
Egeon of Syracuse turns up in Ephesus searching for his lost son, Antipholus, and his son’s servant, Dromio — or, in this production of The Comedy of Errors, directed by Geoffrey Kent for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, his daughter, Antiphola, and her servant, Dromia. Setting foot in Ephesus is death...

The Coens' Hollywood Farce, Hail, Caesar!, Flames Out

8 months ago by Melissa Anderson
A kick for those who’ve distractedly thumbed through Kenneth Anger's Hollywood Babylon, Joel and Ethan Coen’s bustling comedy Hail, Caesar! looks back to the waning days of moviedom’s golden age: specifically, to 1951, when big-studio fixers were still tidying up the messes left by the talent (scrubbing now done by...

Metamorphoses's retelling of nine myths adds up to one major hit

3 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Full fathom five thy father lies. Of his bones are coral made, These are pearls that were his eyes. Nothing of him that doth change But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. — Shakespeare, The Tempest This summer, Geoffrey Kent directed one of the best Colorado...

High Rent in Denver: Few Rooms, Lots of Horror Stories

12 months ago by Chris Walker
It’s no secret that demand for housing in Denver is near an all-time high. With an average of 4,000 people moving to Denver County each month and a shortage of places to buy, competition among renters is fierce — especially among those seeking apartment shares or rooms at under $1,200...

Photos: Thirty Most Memorable Women's Mug Shots of 2014

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
As we move into 2015, it's time for a look back at the most memorable mug shots of last year. The first of several posts features the women who found themselves posing for booking photos in 2014, including Emily Anderson, whose winning smile contrasts with reports that she admitted trying...

Review: Everything's a Game in the Compelling Just Playing, at RedLine

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
RedLine, the brainchild of artist and philanthropist Laura Merage, is both a major exhibition venue, with its handsome and spacious galleries, and one of the top studio complexes in town. The studios are occupied by artists serving either as “resources,” meaning their rent is completely subsidized, or “residents,” who pay...

100 Colorado Creatives: Alicia Bailey

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
#45: Alicia Bailey Alicia Bailey is an exacting artist who works in -- but isn't limited to -- the book arts, which are the original focus of her Abecedarian Gallery in Denver's Art District on Santa Fe. Creator and curator, Bailey displays a rare attention to detail, difficult processes and...

David Torn on his textural guitar approach and the need to orchestrate and fill in spaces

4 years ago by Jon Solomon
Known for his innovative, textural approach to guitar playing, David Torn has released a number of albums under his own name and under the Splattercell moniker. He's also used his talents for film scoring and collaborated with a diverse set of artists including David Bowie, Laurie Anderson, Sting and John...

Shop Local: Rakun's got high style for the 99%

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
When Meghan Throckmorton opened her tiny boutique Rakun, situated in a little house on the far northern edge of the Art District on Santa Fe, on First Friday in June, she knew it was a gamble; six months later, she's still there, but not without wishing for more of the...

Westword Music Showcase 2010: Single File - Backbeat presents an exclusive download

6 years ago by Dave Herrera
Reprise might have given up on these guys, but judging from the massive crowd assembled for its mid-afternoon set, the local fans haven't given up on, nor forgotten about, Single File. Leave it to a major label to drop the ball, eh? And as you'll hear after the jump upon...


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