Avery Anderson

Review: ‘Thrill Me’ just wants justice

Review: ‘Thrill Me’ just wants justice

There has been a growing trend and love for the roaring 1920s, especially among millennials and others who long for the days of old. The idea of being transported back to a simpler time of flappers and gangsters has such an appeal that some might think that anything associated with the time period must be a hit.

A Fun Time with Fun Home in Denver

I can proudly and say with confidence that ‘Fun Home’ made me cry. The five time Tony winning show is in Denver and is bring audiences to tears. The show, based on Alison Bechdel’s autobiography of the same name, focus on the life of Alison Bechdel including her childhood, coming out story, and dealing with […]

The Nightly Met Christmas Special

We are proud to present our first ever Christmas Special. Our Christmas Special was broadcast live Dec. 16th to the Denver are and featured Danielle Ate The Sandwich, Ryan Chrys and the Roughs, Avourneen, Nicole Dalby from the American Cancer Society and the cast of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer- The Musical. Thank you so much to everyone who came […]