Columnist Mike Littwin observes that getting kicked out of a Denver theater for bad behavior amounts to just another day in the life of Lauren Boebert, Colorado’s gun-totin’ congresswoman.
In “What’d I Miss?” Myra tells Ossie about Rep. Lauren Boebert’s deflective response to getting tossed from a Denver show — and imagines another “whataboutism.”
Even as the 88 Drive-In in Commerce City gets ready to close, remaining drive-in theater owners around Colorado are still hopeful
Barbie has inspired — and disturbed — generations that grew up with the toy. Director Greta Gerwig’s new film plays with both perceptions of Handler’s boundary-pushing Barbie doll.
Aaron Klass, the writer and director of the play, runs a museum out of his Longmont home, and also mines for gold.
Dancetopia, a daylong event on Saturday, features a lineup of all Colorado artists leading workshops in styles like Polynesian, Afro-Brazilian and belly dance
Fabric mask dangling around her neck, Tehya Stockman guides her fingers through a series of arpeggios from muscle memory – her wrists buried in the distinct yellow armholes of a sturdy canvas bag. “Any clarinet player would despise it,” she said. “My fingers kept getting snagged by it.” A simple white shoelace cinches the bag […]
We’ve “seen the lights go out on Broadway” until at least 2021. Live theater is gone. Talk about your tragedies. I love a good play, especially a musical. Hamilton was scheduled to return to Denver’s Buell Theatre this summer. It would have sold out again. Alexander Hamilton epitomized the American dream. Our first Treasury Secretary, a […]
It’s hard to believe it was only about eight weeks ago that I saw my last live theater performance. It was “The SpongeBob Musical” at the Buell Theatre on March 10 – just about the time all this coronavirus shit came down hard. Even on that night, the handwriting was on the wall. The crowd […]
When the quarantine began in Colorado, I forced myself to find one small silver lining—now I would have time to take a memoir and essay writing class that I’d been wanting to take for years. I work as a playwright and director in theater, and usually rehearsals and performances keep me busy. Now, of course, […]