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Play about Betty Thorpe is as much about gender politics as geo-politics.
The 90-minute show is amusing and at times dark. It is also powerfully humane.
The play’s feminist take on the vision, blind spots and vulnerabilities of the U.S. Constitution gained urgency when Donald Trump took office.
“Cebollas” -- Spanish for onion — stays true to its meaning.
But you've got to keep eating during the short and evocative performances in the elegant dinner theater that is “FEED: Dry.”
Ensemble has a darkly enjoyable time with Stephen King’s tale of fandom run amok.
Leonard Madrid, playwright of the new comedy “Cebollas,” has one sister, 10 aunts and 36 primas, or female cousins.
Two mothers wrestle with the sins of sons in Curious Theatre Company’s mass-shooting drama.
“There’s a world of difference between starting a company with no audience, no space, and then coming here with a patron database of 8,000 people, all of whom were so loyal.”
It's part of a slate of Christmas counter-programming this year.
Do you recall the greatest Christmas action hero of all?
If the Six were a girl group, it’s not clear how much they’d have topped the charts. Which doesn’t mean the women in the Tony-winning -- and just plain winning — musical “Six” do…
Curious Theatre Company’s latest is a nuanced production.
“Cadillac Crew" is an act of recovery and discovery, of connecting dots and tracing lineage
Director Jessica Robblee has summoned a deep bench of local talent for this production.
If you are jonesing for fresh episodes of “The Bear,” this production might feed that craving.
There is sexual assault, and no small measure of racist, misogynist and homophobic slurs.
Turner in her early years with Ike and then during her solo career was known as one of the hardest-working performers in showbiz.
Adult in its concerns, the play nevertheless captivates with its fairytale touches.
The gift of “The Laramie Project” is to give voice to the citizens of a town reeling, reckoning but also feeling tarnished by a violent and bigoted act, and the influx of journalists pro…
Physical theater is alive and inspired in “The Pâstisserie."
Sex -- winked at or engaged in — has occupied the center of “Cabaret” since its 1966 Broadway premiere and onward to Bob Fosse’s classic 1972 film version.
Even if the beloved-by-so-many band Phish isn’t your jam, the new play “You Enjoy Myself” very well might be.
The ability of the horror genre to take on systemic violence has become a rich conversation in literature and film.
Director Chris Coleman has found his groove in the musical’s tart grasp of the old and the new.
There’s something touchingly itchy about the title character in the drama “Jeremiah,” receiving its world premiere at Lakewood’s Benchmark Theatre. Actor Kaden Hinkle captures the ph…
A four-day summer camp in Colorado promotes body positivity and empowerment through theater.
Something both wounded and healing is unfolding at Sakura Square in downtown Denver.
In “The Winter’s Tale,” Leontes, King of Sicilia, asks a favor of his pregnant wife, Hermione: persuade his childhood Polixenes, King of Bohemia, to extend his visit a few days. As a v…
It’s heartening when the area’s smaller theaters take on epic projects. Even moreso when they pull back the curtain on the stories of marginalized people.
The deceased’s somewhat creepy sculptural work is actually for sale, as are the many tchotchkes, oddities and books exhibited in a warren of rooms.