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Thursday, January 29,2015

Lessons in loss

World premiere of ‘Appoggiatura’ washes over one family’s grief

By Gregory Thorson
Appoggiatura begins in a Venice hotel where three people have come to mourn the death of Gordon — a husband, lover and grandfather. Grandmother Helen seeks to remember the beauty of an early trip to Italy with Gordon, who has since left her for the pessimistic Aunt Chuck.
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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.
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Thursday, June 19,2014

‘Poor’ Tommy

Obscene Courageous Theatre present’s ‘The Who’s Tommy’

By Gregory Thorson
Usually, The Who’s Tommy is thought of as a large-scale musical filled with special effects and flashy design. Interestingly, Obscene Courageous Theatre Company, a relatively young company in Denver, chose a low-tech angle for its current production of the play, running through Sunday, June 22 at Denver’s Dangerous Theatre.
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Thursday, May 8,2014

This is really about that

BETC stages Melissa James Gibson’s ‘This’

By Gregory Thorson
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company is wrapping up its eighth season and true to its reputation for producing regional and world premieres of new plays, it’s currently presenting the regional premiere of Melissa James Gibson’s This, in the Carson Space at The Dairy Center for the Arts.
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