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.
Just because you have two left feet doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time trying to cut a rug and sipping sudsies at Aurora’s Dry Dock Brewing Company this June
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
Is there really a better way to *start* off Saturday (we’re not exactly early risers) than with gentle stretching, breathing exercises and calming suds? We think not
It’s been about 379 days since Avourneen, one of Colorado’s premier Celtic music trios, last played Denver’s Swallow Hill Music Hall, but who’s counting? We’re not — we swear. And even if we were, we’re not totally sure we could keep track of that many days without some serious help from a TI-83, or something
Before I saw what Aurora Fox director Donnie L. Betts did with this show, I’d squirmed through what has always been a marginal opera, a cliché and preposterously racist story, and a growing list of reasons why this show probably shouldn’t have been launched and certainly shouldn’t be revived.
“While Phamaly has been a wonderful artistic playground, it is the people of Phamaly that I will miss the most.”
Directed by CSF veteran Geoffrey Kent, “Comedy” is not your typical take on the Bard. Unless, that is, you consider baguette-wielding debutantes, cross-dressing can-can dancers and a sneaky rendition of Vince Guaraldi’s “Christmas Time is Here” on the accordion to be typical Shakespearean fare.