A preview by Nicolette Vajtay Can you feel the spirits hovering closer to the veil as we near October 31st? Those goose bumps on your arm may be from a […]
A preview by Mare Trevathan Oh, wow. Did you see Twitter? Here, sit down. We don’t have to talk. In fact, let’s just be quiet for a bit and listen […]
A preview by Josh Primus This holiday season, many parents are wondering about finding cool events for their picky teenagers. This overview of the December holiday arts scene should answer […]
A preview by Lisa Bornstein In every culture, through time and across borders, you find the story: tales passed down, over and through generations. They are how we know ourselves […]
A review by Marc Shulgold Ah, the dysfunctional American family – where would modern theater be without it? You’ve probably seen it, or should we say, endured it. Who’s Afraid […]
A preview by Marc Shulgold For many of those who are generations removed from the Holocaust, the pain still lingers: the heartbreak and loss of family members and the unending, […]
A Preview, by Marc Shulgold So, how do you squeeze a giant Broadway hit show into an itty-bitty theater in Aurora? Simple – just make some cuts in the ceiling. […]
Boulder / Denver Theatre Fall Roundup, by Mare Trevathan After our wet, verdant summer here in Colorado, it was a rude awakening to find a backyard full of yellow and orange […]
A review by Lisa Bornstein So often, in “A Streetcar Named Desire,” poor Stella becomes the mousy second banana, navigating the histrionics between Blanche and Stanley. But with Vintage Theatre’s […]
A preview by Gwen Gray How does a performing arts organization tackle the heaviest, most existential topics of our times, do them justice, and entertain and...
A preview by Nicolette Vajtay Can you feel the spirits hovering closer to the veil as we near October 31st? Those goose bumps on your arm may be from a...