In a move aimed at increasing the Denver Center Theater Co.'s development of new plays, artistic director Donovan Marley announced Wednesday that Nagle Jackson, associate artist at the DCTC, will…
For 46 seasons the Santa Fe Opera has prided itself on making the old new and the new challenging. Only rarely have audiences seen a production revived. The current season featured one revival and…
Exhibitor United Artists Theaters is teaming with Walden Media to produce live children's theater at the Walden Family Playhouse. Off nights and free afternoons, the Playhouse becomes a movie house.
Ray Roderick may love a piano, but his heart truly belongs to Irving Berlin. Broderick directed and choreographed this tribute revue and co-wrote it with Michael Berkeley. His affection for Berlin's…
John Denver, who joyfully hymned mountains, rainbows, sunshine and rain, never seemed to get sunburned. You wouldn't expect an evening devoted to Denver's "songs and stories" to attain high voltage…
The glories of Julie Taymor's "The Lion King" have been beautifully reflected in the new national tour that kicked off in Denver. Detail by detail, the new staging strives and successfully matches…
Although the English National Opera toured the U.S. with Benjamin Britten's "Gloriana" in 1984, this Central City Opera production marks the first by a North American company.
Madness of various kinds sprawled across the stage at the Santa Fe Opera this summer, making the 45th annual opera festival a veritable encyclopedia of psychosis.
The unfailing eloquence of plain-spoken words illuminates a tragedy in "The Laramie Project," the new play by Moises Kaufman and his Tectonic Theater Project that explores the violent murder of…
In her first produced play, now world preeming at the Denver Center Theater Co., S.M. Shephard-Massat describes the high degree of impatience, the ton of fortitude and the gallons of gall required to…