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Thursday, April 18,2013

Praise the Lord and pass the lefse

The sisterhood of the simmering casserole in 'Church Basement Ladies'

By Gary Zeidner
Even if you are a Dawkins-lovin’, God-mockin’, card-carryin’ atheist, the odds are that during your youth you spent some time in and around a church or synagogue.
Friday, April 12,2013

It’s time to get real

Truth Be Told story slam gives Boulder community a place to share stories

By Stephanie Riesco
A date takes a wrong turn and ends up in an orgy; someone spontaneously kisses a cab driver with irresistible eyes; McDonald’s serves as the backdrop for a break up; a guy decides he’d rather stay single than fall in love with a girl named Aphrodite.
Thursday, April 4,2013

A drama in thriller drag

'The Other Place' is one twist short of zowie

By Gary Zeidner
To quote Public Enemy, “Don’t believe the hype.” To paraphrase the Dead Milkmen, I’m not saying that The Other Place isn’t a good play. It’s a fine play, an all-American play full of good, upstanding people.
Thursday, March 28,2013

Power from within: Ghanaian CU dance teacher uses art as a tool for healing

By Stephanie Riesco
A few days before her African dance class presentation, University of Colorado Boulder student Jessie DePasquale’s dance partner said she wouldn’t be there.
Thursday, March 21,2013

Budgeting the Bard

CU to Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Pay for yourself

By David Accomazzo
The festival is a proud product of the University of Colorado Boulder and a cherished cultural gem in the city of Boulder. But according to numbers provided by the university, in only one of those years, 2000, did the festival post a profit.
Thursday, March 14,2013

Walking in the whimsy wonderland of 'Almost, Maine'

Love is in the cold, winter air

By Gary Zeidner
Love. It’s life’s sweetest reward. If you let it flow, it floats back to you. Love can be exciting. It can be new. And if you get on board with love, it might even be expecting you.
Thursday, March 7,2013

A clockwork beige for Boulder's Catamounts

A little bit of sci-fi lite

By Gary Zeidner
If you’ve seen even a small handful of movie commercials over the past decade or so, your mind’s ear will immediately recall the intense, slightly gravelly voice I’m referring to when I ask you to imagine an ad that starts, “In a world where mutants run the surface and pterodactyls rule the sky, the only way out is underground.”
Thursday, February 28,2013

As leadership changes, questions arise about Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s future

By Jim Lillie
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is one of those Boulder institutions that, like the genre it celebrates, seems like it’s been around forever. Though longevity has its place, could a series of present troubles threaten the CSF’s future?
Thursday, February 21,2013

Wherever you go, there you are

A curious misfire by Curious

By Gary Zeidner
Into every theater company, a little failure must fall. Now in its 15th season, the Curious Theatre Company has consistently impressed me and thousands of other theater-goers with its choices of plays and executions thereof. Curious’ latest, then, is an outlier. A statistical anomaly.
Thursday, February 7,2013

Dictation from oblivion

A pen and paper hero at the Dairy

By Gary Zeidner
Founded just five years ago, BETC immediately announced itself as an up-and-comer to be watched. BETC quickly proved its worth by choosing challenging, enlivening material and producing it deftly and successfully. It is happily and without hesitation then that I declare BETC to be one of the absolute best theater companies working in Boulder today.