Author: Joanne Ostrow

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Why not laugh as we lament the demise of a longtime local theater company? [Read More]
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The regional premiere of "The Cake" at Curious Theatre is a slice of modern life, showing how difficult it is to make even slight progress... [Read More]
The staggering cuts to newspapers nationally is an urgent problem because newspapers fuel an entire media ecosystem. [Read More]
Bekah Brunstetter discusses her 2016 play, and even gives some "This Is Us" insider stories. [Read More]
In "This Is Modern Art," a consciously hip play by Kevin Coval and Idris Goodwin about graffiti artists and the rules that constrict and inform... [Read More]
The cacophony of angry voices is a hammer to the head in Tony Kushner's play at Denver's Curious Theatre. Then there's the literal hammering. And... [Read More]
At Denver's Buell Theatre through April 1, the national touring cast delivers a knockout performance. [Read More]
Curious Theatre Company will cap its 20th anniversary season with the provocative "Underground Railroad Game." The play, which won an OBIE Award in 2017 for... [Read More]
"American Mariachi" excavates layers of feeling on the themes of love, memory and trust. [Read More]
Though the cast shines, Cherry Creek Theater's "Respect: A Musical Journey of Women" tunes in to pre-feminist values without parody. [Read More]
You don't have to be a hardcore Austen fan to find this "Sense and Sensibility" a delightful, clever spectacle. [Read More]
Sinclair Broadcast Group is hoping to buy Tribune Media Co. in a $3.9 billion deal. Denver has two Tribune-owned stations, KDVR and KWGN. [Read More]
Director Bartlett Sher's highly regarded Lincoln Center revival won accolades in 2015 and is now at the Buell Theatre for a two-week run. [Read More]
"What do you see?" asks Mark Rothko (Phil Luna), standing before a giant red canvas at the start of the play. "Let it work on... [Read More]
"Resolution" isn't your typical holiday treacle. [Read More]
The Andrew Lloyd Webber war horse "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," a family-friendly musical with a nod to camp, gets a rousing revisit at... [Read More]
The chief reason for the decline is obvious: Digital devices continue to draw attention away from television as younger audiences desert the medium in droves. [Read More]
The chief reason for the decline is obvious: Digital devices continue to draw attention away from television as younger audiences desert the medium in droves. [Read More]
Not only does the epic rock musical hold up, it's also still surprisingly relevant. [Read More]
This is a fine production, pleasing for audiences seeking ultra-light comedy that steers clear of anything challenging. [Read More]
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