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 […]
Review: Alice in Wonderland at D.L. Parsons Theatre
A review by Lisa Bornstein A caveat, to open this review: You won’t be reading here about the brilliance of Actor X or the missteps of Actor Y. That’s because […]
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 […]
PHAMALy’s “The Foreigner”
A review by Lisa Bornstein When you have a theater company with a theme, plays are almost inevitably going to be viewed through the lens of that theme. It has certainly […]
Denver Theatre: A New Series of Writings
In the upcoming year, I will be spotlight approximately one company a month, either in the form of a review or a feature story. If you’ve seem something worth seeing […]
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...