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3rd Law Dance/Theater’s “ROOF Over Our Heads”

A review by Gwen Gray I suspect that it takes a certain amount of restraint for the ever-forward-thinking 3rd Law Dance/Theater to pause and take a look back through their […]

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A Song for Coretta at Vintage Theatre

By Lisa Bornstein Playwright Pearl Cleage has the rare talent of writing historical plays that still feel personally relevant, with vivid fictional characters. Hers was a familiar name over the […]

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Northglenn Youth Theatre is All Grown Up

Narnia Northglenn production 2014

By Mare Trevathan Raise your hand if you did theater as a kid. That’s a lot of hands. Most of us loved the attention, sure. And the camaraderie. Plus our […]

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A Superb and Exciting Program by Kantorei

A Review by Robin McNeil Friday evening, December 13, I attended a performance given by the choral group Kantorei at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver. Kantorei was formed in 1997 […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theater’s “Mammals That Lay Eggs”

A review by Gwen Gray “People always want to know about the title,” says 3rd Law Dance/Theater’s artistic director and choreographer Katie Elliott, with a smile. The platypus, it turns […]

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Get to Know Art from Ashes

by Robin McNeil “Empowering youth through creative expression and personal transformation.” “Poetry saves lives. Art from Ashes is run by people who know this, and it serves people who need […]

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Have a Wonderful Life (A Phamaly Production)

A Preview by Mare Trevathan Every time a bell rings, what happens? Yes, of course you know. Now 67 years since “It’s a Wonderful Life” premiered, reliving the metamorphosis of George […]

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When in Doubt, Go Local

A review of “Because I Said So” by Lisa Bornstein When in doubt, go local. It works for restaurants, it works for shopping, and it certainly works in casting. The […]

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Fall/Winter Round-Up: Theatre and Dance

By Marc Shulgold Well, the leaves have finally turned, which means that fall is finally upon us, bringing a bevy of performing arts events. Here’s a sampling of programs that proudly embrace the unusual, […]

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Fall/Winter Preview: Instrumental and Vocal Music in Denver and Boulder

By Robin McNeil In this Fall/Winter music preview, writer Robin McNeil walks you through some of the best offerings of instrumental and vocal music in the Denver/Boulder metro area. This preview […]

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