- Event Reviews
- August 16, 2019
Julius C Lacking has an evening of reflection at Red Rocks with some ’80s memories.
In this fairy tale kingdom, the queen rules the roost and works hard to keep her only son from marriage. Good luck on that.
Bestiality should be kept down on the farm.
Jazz and liquor look mighty fine in this rough and ready romance.
Just because you’re king doesn’t mean everything you do and say is wise.
Historical women and modern problems weave together to tell a larger story.
Broadway Shawn Kilgore returns to home base and wows us with a medley of Broadway hits.
Gene Kelly and his writing partner Stan Donen create “Singin’ in the Rain” despite disease, disagreement and a collapsing MGM fighting them all the way.
The Feldman clan meets for dinner celebrating 15 years of Brian Feldman making surreal magic.
Brian Feldman calls me from the last functioning pay phone in Orlando and sings me a show tune.
Eleven new short plays by various writers that use every popular first name from the past 20 years.
George Orwell imagined a world were nothing you do goes unreported to a large, heartless, corporate government and its impossible to tell truth from fiction. Welcome to the future, citizen!
Benjy Stone writes for the brand-new media, television, and meets his childhood hero, the drunken Alan Swan. Can Benjy keep Swan sober long enough to entertain America?
Five local critics read some their reviews of past Brian Feldman projects to Brian’s face.
Performance art, Brian Feldman, communication, anniversary
Brian Feldman present the 10th anniversary of his big hit “txtshow”
Before Hamlet had his run in with a bad fencing experience, there was some high level hanky panky. Here are the juicy details…
Kevin Kelly walks into a bar and says: “Wow! What a crowd!”
Bruno Schultz’s mystical stories come to life in this furious and high energy production.
Moisés Kaufman takes us into the hellish world of Oscar Wild’s foolish libel trial that sent him to jail for two years
A complex tale of sex and morality plays out in a small southern college
Work place tragedy turns into publishing gold.