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Petty, Fetty and Every New Colorado Concert Announcement

6 months ago by Westword Music
Tom Petty and Mudcrutch, the pre-cursor to Heartbreakers he formed in 1970, kicks off its first national tour at the Ogden Theatre on Thursday, May 26. The band is releasing its sophomore release, 2 , on May 20 on Reprise. Tickets ($84.50) go on sale on Friday, April 1 at 10 a.m...

New Denver shows: Furthur, Bob Dylan, Wilco and My Morning Jacket, Wiz Khalifa and more

The members of Furthur might as well just go ahead and buy a place here. The group, which features the Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, is in town so often, it seems, they've practically established residency at this point. Furthur, which was just here in February, is slated...

Soccer moms of the world, unite: New Kids on the Block are coming to 1STBANK Center!

So this one summer, before New Kids on the Block made all the girls (who are all middle-aged moms now -- meditate on that for a minute) swoon like no other, the dudes did an in-store at the mall in Cheyenne. I was there. My best friend was a DJ...

The fifty best concerts of the spring

4 years ago by Team Backbeat
Oh, man! What a spring concert season you have in store. We originally set out to assemble a list of the 25 best concerts this spring, and we found there were so many great shows, we had to expand it to the fifty best shows, from hot buzz bands like...

New Shows: Furthur at 1STBANK, 4/20 show at Red Rocks with Slightly Stoopid, Cypress Hill

Big news on the concert front this week: Furthur, always a local favorite, returns for a series of dates in Colorado, one at the Ogden, followed by three back-to-back nights at 1STBANK Center. Equally as big is word of a 4/20 show at Red Rocks featuring Cypress Hill, Slightly Stoopid...

Three Viewings

9 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Threepenny Review editor Wendy Lesser once noted that our relationships with the dead are always changing — a comment that pulled me up short at the time. The dead are long past contributing to conversations with the living, I thought. But, of course, these conversations take place constantly, as our...


11 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Dear God, but I am sick of Death of a Salesman, which I've now had to see three times in the past year. Despite the play's ahead-of-its-time dramatic devices and portentous poeticizing, it continues to strike me as an endlessly protracted whine. And a verbose and dated whine, at that...

Sex, Sex, Sex

18 years ago by Jim Lillie
Based on a familiar legend packed with graphic sexual references and written almost entirely in verse, David Ives's play Don Juan in Chicago is a wholly fictionalized, occasionally amusing look at contemporary sexual mores. And if your idea of a rip-roaring good time includes listening to such thigh-slappers as "Do...

Women's Work Is Never Done

19 years ago by Susan Froyd
Last year, during a Scientific and Cultural Facilities District funding evaluation, Industrial Arts Theatre (IAT) director Phil Luna sat mute, listening to others debate the reasons why his nonprofit troupe should be awarded a grant. "There was a question in the grant application--does your company do works for underserved populations?"...

A Titanic Feat

19 years ago by Jim Lillie
Hollywood's neatly packaged lies have been both bane and beacon to playwright Jeffrey Hatcher. Even though Hatcher's farce about Thirties Tinseltown types, One Foot on the Floor, was given a rousing world-premiere production last year by the Denver Center Theatre Company, the play's satiric commentary nonetheless failed to resonate with...


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