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Thursday, February 6,2014

Two of Hearts

Classic love story gets shuffled each night in ‘52 Pick Up’

By Danielle Meltz
The story of the play is simple. Imagine your classic failed relationship. Boy meets girl, they fall in love, and eventually the coupling ends. Now imagine that story split into 52 different moments, correlated to a deck of cards.
Thursday, January 30,2014


Thursday, January 30: Left Hand Running Club

Was your New Year’s resolution to exercise more? Do you love local craft brews? Why not kill two birds with one stone, and join Left Hand Brewing Company’s running club. The run is for one hour and whether you walk, jog or sprint, each participant gets a free pint when they get back to the brewery.
Thursday, January 23,2014


Three Sisters, by Anton Chekhov

This innovative play, written by Anton Chekhov, tells the story of the three Prozorov sisters who deal with the conflict of wanting to return to their home in Moscow while not knowing if the risky journey would be worth it..
Thursday, January 16,2014


Friday, January 17: Settle. 7:30 p.m. Black Box Theater, ATLAS Center

Exploring the lives of 21st-century women, MFA candidate Rachel Oliver dives into what would happen if women today let go of their multiple responsibilities and cultural expectations, and let everything settle on its own.
Thursday, January 16,2014

Dreamers' struggle

‘Do You Know Who I Am’ examines life as an undocumented immigrant

By David Accomazzo
The stars of the play are all undocumented immigrants who came over at a young age. During the play, they all tell their stories of overcoming obstacles on their paths to becoming contributing members of society.
Thursday, January 2,2014

The perils of opening for Jeff Tweedy in Kansas City

Denver comedian Andrew Orvedahl takes on a heckler in Chiefs territory

By David Accomazzo
How do you handle a heckler? This isn’t even a comedy show. It’s not like you’re headlining Comedy Works in Denver; the rules are different here.
Thursday, December 26,2013

Monty Python's Spamalot


Since the troupe’s classic movies already contain hilarious, catchy songs, it was a natural step to translate the group’s signature humor to the stage.
Thursday, December 12,2013

Drinking away Christmas Eve in Conor McPherson's 'The Seafarer'

By Gary Zeidner
For most of the play, The Seafarer seems to be a tart, cynically humorous morality tale about the dangers of drink, but in the end it cops out, letting Sharky, Richard and the rest off the hook in the name of feelgood Christmas miracles.
Thursday, December 12,2013

How Tig Notaro made cancer her comedy muse

When life beat Tig Notaro down, she responded with a joke

By David Accomazzo
Just days before a performance at Largo in Los Angeles, Notaro received word that she had cancer in both breasts.Her normal set — quirky jokes, such as what a bee thinks about when it’s in a car going down the highway — just didn’t seem doable to her. So she chucked it, went on stage and bared it all. And her career exploded.
Thursday, November 21,2013

She went and made it after all

The wit and wisdom of Molly Ivins

By Gary Zeidner
Mary Tyler “Molly” Ivins was a legendary American journalist far too few have heard of. Though she garnered her fair share of notoriety and praise over the course of her long and productive career, her populist, anti-government message was so cogently thought out and entertainingly presented that it deserves wider acknowledgment.