A previous Square Product Theatre production (photo courtesy of Michael Ensminger)
If my life experience so far is anything to go by, your late twenties are a time of uncertainty. There seems to be an undercurrent of constantly questioning where you are and what you're doing around this age. Are we in the right jobs? Is Denver where we want to call home? Are we making any sort of...
April 26 2016, 9:00 AM
Lost & Found Productions' debuted a fresh take on Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew, set in the 1960s.
—Photo by Christine Fisk
“Lost productions in found spaces” is the mission of Lost & Found Productions, a new Denver theater company that’s bringing unknown or forgotten works to local audiences. “One thing I noticed when I moved here is a lot of plays are repeated in the same area and same theater,” says Kevin...
April 19 2016, 3:11 PM
Elliot's journey as a soldier mirrors that of his father decades earlier. —Photo courtesy of Michael Ensminger
Three generations of men are spread across the sparse stage. Grandpop, a Korean War veteran, reads a letter from his son, serving in Vietnam, who speaks the words aloud in the other corner. In the present, at the front of the stage, Elliot Ortiz, the youngest, lies on the ground of his base in Iraq...
March 17 2016, 2:24 PM
—Image courtesy of Brian Colonna and Miriam Suzanne
If you’ve ever shared a bathroom, you may have experienced the tortuously uncomfortable feeling of stepping over someone just to get to your toothbrush. That’s just a fraction of the discomfort felt by the six people who share one bathroom in Buntport Theater’s newest production. And they have...
March 4 2016, 12:35 PM
—Photo courtesy of Jesse Michener
Host and executive producer of “This American Life” Ira Glass will be at the Paramount Theatre this Saturday as part of his national tour “Reinventing Radio: An Evening with Ira Glass.” Also the editorial advisor to “Serial”—a podcast that reached five million downloads and streams faster...
February 18 2016, 2:51 PM
A scene from "Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet," Curious Theatre Company's last serial project
—Photo by Michael Ensminger
It may not seem like it in the security line at DIA, but human beings can be pretty patient—or maybe that’s just when it comes to entertainment. Ten bloodless months passed between seasons of Game of Thrones. A full decade came and went before a new episode of Star Wars was released. And yet...
Respected actor Bill Pullman returns to his theatrical roots with "The Wild Hunt," which is getting an early staging in Denver.
Between rumors of a Spaceballs sequel and the upcoming release of Independence Day: Resurgence, Bill Pullman (aka Lone Starr, aka the president of the United States) has been front-and-center in entertainment news feeds lately. But he's not just a bona fide movie star...
January 7 2016, 10:40 AM
Ian Lowe (left) and Joe Kinosian. —Courtesy of the DCPA
You wouldn’t think a two-person play about a suspicious homicide would make it difficult to deduce who the killer is, but in the case of Murder for Two, you’d be dead wrong.
The rambunctious and frenetic musical comedy opened this past weekend in the Garner Galleria Theatre at the Denver Center...
November 3 2015, 10:25 AM