Instead of a traditional joke-filled monologue, Jimmy Fallon opened his show with an emotional condemnation of the attack that left a woman dead and President Donald Trump’s failure to immediately denounce the white supremacist groups that organized the rally. Fallon says his “Tonight Show” isn’t political, but it’s his “responsibility to stand up against intolerance and extremism as a human being.”
“It’s only right that artists working in this medium respond to this moment,” said Holmes, a black woman, who added that artists of color often are from marginalized communities. “I didn’t know anything else. Being black in the U.S. is constantly resisting. There are always these big and small ways that we are dealing with some kind of resistance.”
“I don’t know how I began writing plays,” Shepard said in the documentary “Shepard & Dark.” ”I certainly didn’t decide to, I just found myself writing plays.”
In Central City Opera’s current production of Mozart’s “Cosí Fan Tutte,” it’s the house mistress Despina that gives mezzo-soprano Megan Marino a chance to steal the show in her brief appearances on stage.
“Porgy and Bess” was nominated for five Henry’s, the awards granted by the Colorado Theater Guild each year, including Outstanding Production of a Musical, Outstanding Direction of a Musical and Outstanding Ensemble Performance
One of the strangest and most beloved works of British comedy is storming onto the stage on Fireweed Drive in Evergreen this summer — knights and all
Dang. For a second there we thought we were going to be able to go a week without mentioning the marketplace-that-must-not-be-named on Dallas Street
About half a dozen recently anointed actors will be taking the stage at the Aurora Cultural Arts District gallery on Dallas Street for the next three weekends as a part of “Shakuntala,” a local production of an East Indian folktale
The lineup for Fox Theater’s upcoming season was announced Monday night and the five-show lineup is a mix of classic and contemporary musical theater and plays that the theater hopes connects with the diverse community that makes up Aurora.
The cast of “Ring of Fire” at the Vintage Theater doesn’t shrink from the challenge of covering the master. The musical review of Cash’s work, which first debuted on Broadway in 2006, skips loads of exposition and instead tells the story of Cash’s life through his music. Sets of Cash’s songs are tied together with a quick conversation with the audience about that time in his life.