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.
Set in the swing era right after World War II, the hootenanny in this rendition of “The Shrew” is underpinned by Benny Goodman tunes, a bubble machine and the general aura of Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby.”
If you’ve got any semblance of gravel in your gut and spit in y’eye, Aurora’s Vintage Theatre has just the show for you this weekend
AURORA | The best-selling production in the history of the Aurora Fox Arts Center continued its stint in the limelight Tuesday after the Colorado Theatre Guild nominated the East Colfax theater’s 2016 production of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess” for five Henry Awards. Local theater aficionados tabbed the Fox’s production for awards in the following categories: […]
Some two dozen barbecue teams from across the state and country will be at the first-of-its-kind event in Aurora, trying to nab top honors in the categories of pork ribs, pork and beef brisket
The Havana Street Business Improvement District is hosting its 10th annual Cruzin’s Havana car show with three sites featuring lots of automobiles and loads of local music, compliments of Rusty the Ragtop Rocker, the Atomic Drifters and “da boogieman”
“Sisyphus the Musical,” based on the eponymous Greek myth of the self-righteous braggadocio eternally sentenced to push a boulder up a hill only to watch it roll back down again, is making its world premier at the Aurora Fox main stage June 9. The show runs on weekend nights through June 18
“I have grown tired, then exhausted and it has come time to close,” Packard wrote. “In the 19 years I’ve been at the Fox we have had a few failures, many successes and tremendous growth. The audience has changed and the neighborhood has changed. I have grown as an artist.
“I will be spending the next few months ‘in the sandwich.’ My parents are aging and my kids are growing fast. I will be with them while my artistic and public servant batteries recharge.”
UNIONDALE, N.Y. | For some circus fans Saturday, it was a chance to say goodbye to beloved childhood memories. For others, it was a bucket list fulfillment. Lions, tigers and clowns, no more. Oh my. It’s curtains for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. This weekend, the most famous American circus ends its […]
This weekend, it’s time for the shutterbugs to celebrate at Stanley Marketplace. Following a string of weekends catered to mac’n’cheese lovers, horse racing aficionados, and of course, the ceaseless sea of the Stapletonian bourgeois, it’s time for photographers to have some fun