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Those who doubt the adage that those who forget history are doomed to repeat it should take note of the lessons from “Cabaret,” a classic musical which details the rise of fascism and the stifling of creativity that goes hand-in-hand with such … more
As a creative person, it is encouraging to know whether people support the work. But for romance novelist Paul Sheldon, his number one fan Annie Wilkes might be a step or two over the line. That’s the setup of Stephen King’s classic horror … more
A resolution between the City of Arvada and Harkins Theatres ensures that the project to renovate the movie theater at 5550 Olde Wadsworth Blvd. in Arvada moves forward. Harkins Theatres announced April 5 the acquisition of Landmark Theater’s … more
The Arvada Center has been bringing theater to life for 42 years, and with its newly announced 2017-2018 season, the center is bringing new stories to the stage. “We have a very well balanced season coming for our patrons,” said Rod … more
Whether religious or not, almost everyone is familiar with the story of Jesus of Nazareth. The events of Jesus’ life were so long ago, and have been told and retold so many times that it can be hard to keep sight of the man himself. In its … more
The story of "A Year With Frog and Toad" is a simple one — a glimpse at four seasons with two best friends. There are some laughs along the way, a few adventures to be had, and good times for all. And those good times applies to the characters … more
In a changing world, one of the things people often find comfort in is family, and the familiarity in those relationships. That is certainly what Isaac, a recently discharged Marine in Taylor Mac’s play “HIR,” is looking for when he returns … more
Modern theater often feels like a reflection of film and television, with new and innovative sets, staging and scripts. For those who miss a more classic approach to the theater, The Edge Theatre’s production of “Burn This,” written by … more
Arthur Miller is responsible for some of American theater’s most important works, and he’s also responsible for Lakewood’s The Edge Theater’s first repeat production. “A View From the Bridge” returns to The Edge, 1560 Teller St. in … more
For many families, Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” ballet is a traditional part of the holiday season. The original show isn’t exactly child-friendly, and so Rory Pierce, director of Miners Alley Playhouse’s children’s theater program, … more
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