Denver Center Theatre Company's Main Season Show Won't Feature Resident Actors
The most anticipated show of the Denver Center Theatre Company's upcoming season doesn't involve anyone from the resident company, writes The Denver Post, noting a "bit of scheduling hocus-pocus" to bring in 2008's Tony-winning best play, "August: Osage County." Hosting such productions, rather than launching one at home, will, however, help the DCTC make up for a $1 million budget cut. And at least Denver still has theater. In Trinidad, saving the stage has come down to the efforts of 9-year-old ZoÃ« Revas, a budding performer, who does not want to see the Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre close, according to theÂ Post.
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