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Merry wanderer of the stage

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It’s 1981 — maybe ’82 — and The Arizona Theatre Company is putting on a performance of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass...

The year of empty theaters 

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Everyone has a last-thing-I-did-before-the-pandemic-started memory. For me, it was seeing SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical at the Buell Theater. The coronavirus panic was...

Local Theater Company gears up for season 10 with a new...

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The pandemic isn’t always a destructive fire; sometimes it’s regenerative, like a wildfire clearing out debris on the forest floor.

Reinventing the wheel

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The Catamounts had just wrapped up its largest production to-date, an immersive staging of the musical Shockheaded Peter, when the pandemic shut down...

More than a simple sponge

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Currently on stage at the Buell Theatre is a show that isn’t afraid to talk about the real issues: racism, climate...

ABBAcadabra

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Calling something that’s as awesomely desirable as it is difficult to find a “unicorn” is currently in vogue. Wall Street types...

No humbug here

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Maybe it’s the lack of snow in the metro area? Or the dearth of Christmas lights throughout great swathes of Boulder...

The first rule of entertainment

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Like Fight Club, entertainment has rules, and the first one is so fundamentally important it deserves to be the first two....

Anomie of the state

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When it comes to orgies, swap meets and many of life’s other adventures, what one brings to the experience often determines...

Buckle up

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Flame Broiled, the newest offering from Local Theater Company, wastes no time.  “Buckle up, please,” a projection instructs....

The Cats make death a laughing matter with ‘Everybody’

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In an interview with the New York Times in 2014, playwright Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins divulged that his father had “been obsessed with his...

Love is a battlefield

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Improv can be tough for the introverted theatergoer. The lights come up and a group of actors break the fourth wall,...