Art & Culture

Review: No double trouble with ‘Macbeth’

Review: No double trouble with ‘Macbeth’

A jaw dropping production of “Macbeth” gave the Scottish play a new feel by introducing the classic story to the world of warlocks and modern music using an all male cast.

Globe Hall gets its wings

Globe Hall gets its wings

The sweat of 200 fans in a venue filled to capacity overpowered the intoxicating smell of smoked pork in the adjoining saloon. Patrons used guitar picks as currency at the bar, where the Red Bull cooler stayed in a constant state of restock. A weekday common room for live music, fueled by sad songs and carbonated caffeine, made it seem dark […]

Review: ‘Appropriate’ looks at racism with white eyes

Review: ‘Appropriate’ looks at racism with white eyes

People are actively seeking out various forms of expression to analyze our current political status. For Curious Theatre Company this makes an opportune time to start their 20th anniversary season with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ “Appropriate”.

‘Billy Elliot’ provides hope in dark times

‘Billy Elliot’ provides hope in dark times

Set in the small English town of Eastington in 1984, “Billy Elliot: The Musical,” the winner of ten Tony Awards, follows the story of Billy as he finds a love for ballet and must convince his miner father that dance is what he should be doing.

Latino festival sheds light on cloudy day

Latino festival sheds light on cloudy day

Organizers endured months of hardships to coordinate and complete the festival for the day. It only took a few seconds for attendees to revel and celebrate in it. Citizens of Longmont celebrated diversity and unity at the 2nd annual Latino Festival on June 25, 2017. At noon, crowds were lured into the heart of Main […]

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