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Thursday, July 17,2014

Cats on skates

Humans can’t resist watching adorable kitties doing goofy things on the Internet, so, why not see it live? Feline behavioral expert and trainer Samantha Martin puts on a live show of trained cats (all orphans or rescues) walking tight-ropes, riding skateboards, traversing an agility course and performing in a “cat band,” all while being adorable.
Thursday, July 10,2014

Theater | Week of July 10, 2014

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn..
Thursday, July 10,2014

Nobody puts Falstaff in a corner

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival makes merry

By Gary Zeidner
Now in its 57th season, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival is enjoying a wellearned renaissance. The 2014 CSF is full of interesting, high-quality offerings, chief of which is the uproarious The Merry Wives of Windsor. During the 12 years I have had the privilege of reviewing the festival, I can recall only a few other examples of productions this entertaining.
Thursday, July 3,2014

Fourth of July happenings

Boulder will be hosting Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast at 8 p.m. on Folsom Field. In addition to the boom-booms, the Independence Day Blast will include performances from The Mighty Twisters, The Mad Hops jump-rope team and the ever-infamous Ralphie the Buffalo.
Thursday, July 3,2014

Theater | Week of July 03, 2014

Theatre-Hikes: Alice in Wonderland..
Thursday, July 3,2014


See what NPR people look like with ‘Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!’ live at Red Rocks

By Maalikah Hartley
A comedy show that pretends to be a quiz, or a quiz that pretends to be a comedy show — depending on how funny you find it — is how host Peter Sagal describes his National Public Radio show, “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” The one-hour program that has aired on Saturdays at 11 a.
Thursday, July 3,2014


‘I Hate Hamlet’ is an inside joke, inside a reference, wrapped in an annotation

By Josh Gross
There’s an unnamed but pervasive phenomenon widely known by literary agents, publishers and film and theater festival submissions agents that is best summarized as “early novel syndrome,” in which someone with a clear and focused talent for writing/acting/filmmaking turns their sights on the only story they yet know: the struggle to create whatever it is they’re trying to create.
Thursday, June 26,2014

Theater | Week of June 26, 2014

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is putting on Second City’s American Mixtape.
Thursday, June 26,2014


You’ve seen her on Arrested Development. You’ve seen her on The Comedians of Comedy. You may even have seen her in a Target commercial. But this week, you can see Maria Bamford here in Boulder..
Thursday, June 26,2014

A stormy telling

‘The Tempest’ shows balance in delivering the best of the Bard

By Elizabeth Miller
That The Tempest weaves through murderous plots, attempted rape, enslavement, ill-fated lovers and split families — the territory of tragedies, to be sure, and escapes relatively unscathed as something closer to a comedy is a testament to the strength of Shakespeare as a writer. By some counts, this final work by the Bard is his best, a victory lap demonstrating his mastery in capturing the human character.