A preview by Marc Shulgold As a child, Anthony Powell looked forward to a story at bedtime. And maybe some milk and a cookie to finish things off. “If you […]
Stone Animals: The Weird and Wonderful with Stories on Stage
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 […]
Good Day Sunshine with Stories on Stage
Preview by Nicolette Vajtay It’s springtime in Colorado, a time of renewal, a season of rebirth. As the earth wakes up from its winter of gloom, and communities around the world come back to life after the devastating pandemic, we could […]
Stories on Stage presents Harmony of the World
A preview by Nicolette Vajtay “Short stories are a perfect little snapshot of life on planet Earth,” said Artistic Director of Stories on Stage, Anthony Powell, as we chatted over […]
A Little Fright Music – Stories on Stage and Colorado Chamber Players
A preview by Betsy Schwarm Interdisciplinary arts: certainly some of the most powerful and compelling performing arts experiences are exactly that. Whether it’s opera, combining voices and instruments with sets, […]
It’s A Mystery: Stories on Stage
Preview by Mare Trevathan Americans LOVE a good mystery. The mystery novel tends to be the highest grossing book genre in the nation. (The “Fifty Shades of Gray” series helped […]
Changing the Narrative: Stories on Stage
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 […]
Storytime for Grownups
A preview by Mare Trevathan Tell me about your childhood… Did someone read aloud to you? It felt nurturing, right? Someone gave you their time and focus, and you learned […]
Stories on Stage: Bless the Beasts
A Review by Lisa Bornstein The earliest of art forms has been enjoying a resurgence in recent years, as audiences flock to radio, to theaters, to bars and coffee shops […]
The Firebird burns brightly, with Ballet Ariel
Review by Betsy Schwarm In the world of classical music, The Firebird is a familiar title, though perhaps more as an orchestral suite...
Taking Flight: The Falcon as Theater and Chamber Music
Preview by Betsy Schwarm Spoken words, stage action, live music, an engaging story of an imaginative child and her personal superhero: what more could...
Flamenco Fusion “Gabriella” Album Review
By Adam Goldstein Miguel Espinoza summoned up some very vivid imagery to describe his approach to music during his appearance at Swallow Hill Music in...