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Offering ongoing drop-in workshops in contemporary ballet, pilates and modern and jazz dance.
Feb. 22-March 9: Caesar and Cleopatra. May 24-June 8: King Henry V.
Bump In The Night presents Delirium Tremens, a who-dunnit mystery satire about a drunken family fighting over their father's inheritance.
While the rest of the country is celebrating a revival of standup comedy, Boulder has had a difficult time establishing a laugh track of its own. “...
If I were as intensely clever as playwright Itamar Moses, author of Bach at Leipzig, and as fond of intellectual games, I would write this review first as a review, then as an analysis of the forms of the review and the ways in which my piece of... More »
Dive into a world of sky pirates, menacing cephalopods and bustier-clad lasses in Queen Victoria’s Floating Garden of Secrets and Natural Wonders, the world’s first full-length steampunk opera. Set in a dystopian future, the show tackles issues... More »
What would you do if a strange couple walked up to your door and asked to peek inside because one of them had supposedly grown up in the house? That’s just one of the questions you’ll still be pondering when The Ding Dongs (or What Is the Penalty... More »
There is a story behind every piece in Paula Sussman’s A Neurotic Erotic Alphabet — a funny, quirky, off-the-wall story — and she’ll share many of them at tonight’s free artist talk about the photography exhibit. The triptych “Sexy Sadie and... More »
At the beginning of The Other Place, Sharr White's absorbing study of a mind unraveling, a woman is standing at a podium giving a lecture on a new drug intended as a cure for dementia. She is poised, intelligent, witty, self-aware. This is... More »
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