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Thursday, August 14,2014


Comedy so often falls into the woefully over-walked territory of bro-tastic, one-dimensional dick jokes, so the Dairy Comedy’s all LGBT season-opening show should be a breath of fresh air. Or, at least, air of a different scent.
Thursday, August 14,2014

Choose your own adventure

Zombie Apocalypse Live! is theater for the video game generation

By Josh Gross
Attendees don’t just stroll through a haunted house, gawking at the horror show all willy-nilly. They are handed a military-replica machine-gun that fires lasers so they can gun down the zombies. A headshot triggers a flash of light and vibration from the sensors mounted to the actor’s heads and down they go; a body shot and they just keep coming.
Thursday, August 7,2014

Theater | Week of August 7, 2014

The Cock Project: A Man’s Journey..
Thursday, August 7,2014


Bolder Acts strives to set itself apart from other local theater companies through the cultivation of three different performance formats: presentations of classics, workshopping of new scripts, and 24-hour plays, in which a play is conceived, written, rehearsed and staged from scratch within a 24-hour timeframe.
Thursday, August 7,2014


Poundstone has won Emmys, written books, is ranked at 88 on Comedy Central’s Greatest Comedians of All Time, was inducted into the Comedy Hall of Fame in 2010, and was the first female comedian to perform at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. When you see all that, suddenly, some radio quiz show seems kind of irrelevant.
Thursday, August 7,2014

Get ‘em Tiger

SLAB: square product theatre debuts a multimedia collaboration

By Gregory Thorson
It was more than four years ago that Emily Harrison, artistic director for Boulder’s square product theatre, saw University of Denver professor Selah Saterstrom read an excerpt of her novel-in-progress, SLAB, at a Naropa University writing workshop. Harrison found the themes intriguing.
Thursday, July 31,2014

Theater | Week of July 31, 2014

Stories on Stage: An Evening of Stories from the LIghthouse Writers..
Thursday, July 31,2014

Life is a melancholic matter

‘Mood Indigo’ visualizes joy and loss

By Michael J. Casey
The boy is Colin (Romain Duris), 30-something, single and independently wealthy. He lives in a fantastic apartment, practically pulsating with life. He lives with Nicholas (Omar Sy), his confidant and cook — who concocts nothing but elaborate and intricate meals — and a mouse that stays busy keeping the place clean.
Thursday, July 31,2014

Dancing on air

By Maalikah Hartley
I spent my childhood climbing trees and swinging on swings and spinning ‘til I got dizzy and fell down. And then I discovered dance,” says Nancy Smith. “And then many, many years later I saw people combining climbing, hanging, spinning, with dance. And that was the beginning.
Thursday, July 24,2014

Opposites attract

Miners Alley goes old school with Simon’s ‘Odd Couple’

By Gary Zeidner
Given the myriad ways in which other directors have put their stamp on this ageless tale — from turning Felix and Oscar into women to utilizing the Kabuki form — director Robert Kramer’s decision to stage this Miners Alley Playhouse production in the play’s original 1965 New York City setting is inspired and heightens both the many similarities and striking juxtapositions between then and now.