Stage and Comedy Reviews

“Company” tells the tale of Robert, an unmarried 35 year old in New York City who is grappling with his bachelorhood on his birthday. His tale of woe is told in vignettes populated with his coupled friends, in various stages of love and divorce, as Robert, or Bobbie to his friends, slowly becomes desperate for the emotional connection society tells him is the destiny of all citizens

At its best, Vintage’s incarnation of “August: Osage County” is the perfect example of why local theater should never shy away from a challenging show. It can make the audience erupt in laughter one moment and then squirm in their seats the next as this family, so full of anger and pain, communicates almost exclusively through sharp-as-knife barbs and physical violence

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: […]