Theatre

Review: ‘The Foreigner’ laughs its way to a hit

Review: ‘The Foreigner’ laughs its way to a hit

In a time when anyone can use a good laugh, Colorado’s vibrant theater community has produced a string of comedies that have done just that. The Arvada Center for the Art and Humanities has added to that with their production of “The Foreigner.”

They’re not going to take it at BDT Stage

They’re not going to take it at BDT Stage

The cast and creative team of Rock of Ages at BDT Stage sat down with Avery Anderson to take about this hit 80s rock show.

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.

Feminists duke it out in the ‘Moors’

Feminists duke it out in the ‘Moors’

Imagine a world in which the characters of “Jane Eyre,” “Little Women,” “Pride and Prejudice” and “Wuthering Heights” all exist together. “You On the Moors Now” creates that very reality.

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”.

September Theater Preview: Hits, Adventure and Premieres

September Theater Preview: Hits, Adventure and Premieres

Our monthly theater preview takes a look across the state at hit shows such as ‘Almost Heaven; The Songs of John Denver’. Adventurous titles such as ‘You On the Moors Now’ and the world premiere of ‘Frozen’ here in Denver.

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