REVIEW: SECRETS OF THE UNIVERSE and Other Songs
at the Aurora Fox
REVIEW: JEKYLL & HYDE
at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse
Cherry Creek Theatre presents
10th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
This isn’t exactly the 10th anniversary season we were expecting, but it’s not stopping us from reveling with a celebratory concert. Sunday, October 25, tune in to our virtual celebration from the comfort of your own home. Featuring your favorite Denver actors looking back at 10 years of CCT musicals and performing the company’s most notable numbers — you’ll remember your favorite songs by Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, Frank Sinatra, Rogers & Hammerstein, and more!
Tune in as we share memories, sing the hits from the past decade of musicals, and unveil the titles of our 2021 Season and a few other surprises!
The Denver Center presents
LIVE FROM THE WEST SIDE
Save on all three shows with the Live from the West Side: Women of Broadway 3-show package, which includes access to all three live-streamed virtual events and will only be available for purchase until Thursday, October 22 at 5pm MST. You will receive an email the afternoon before each concert with the livestream link and instructions to view each performance. In addition to the livestream, a Video On Demand recording of each concert will be available for 72 hours, beginning approximately one hour after each livestream ends.
Stories on Stage presents
DON’T LOOK AWAY – BLACK STORIES MATTER
Betty Hart, Cajardo Lindsey and Jada Suzanne Dixon perform stories by Reggie Rivers (“I’m Black and Despite All I’ve Accomplished, Society Views Me as a Threat”), Claudia Rankine (“Citizen”) and pieces written by Denver authors.
The Betsy Stage presents
“Being Here,” a compilation of monologues chosen by the actors, addresses issues such as homelessness, Black Lives Matter, global warming and real-world challenges we face. These stories will be told, from a variety of view-points, by James Brunt, Sydnee Fullmer, Adrienne Martin-Fullwood, Michael Gurshtein, Todd Kadtke, Michal Meyer, Rekha Ohal, Erin Slimak, Artie Thompson, Asya Toney and Lisa Young.
The Arvada Center presents
A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to close a real estate deal with a wealthy nobleman named Count Dracula, quickly descending into a Gothic nightmare. So begins Dracula, Bram Stoker’s masterpiece of horror.
Told through letters, journals and telegrams, this one-man radio adaptation created especially for the Arvada Center follows the adventures of a determined group of friends as they battle an ancient evil that threatens not only their lives, but the world.
Vintage Theatre presents
In this trio of inter-connected monologues, Jeffrey Hatcher paints a picture of the Riddle Key Luxury Retirement Community that is both thrilling and hilarious. You’ll meet three unlikely criminals: Gerald, Lucy, and Minka. Each one…a murderer! You already know whodunnit. Now get ready to find out why and how!
Curious Theatre presents
HILARY AND CLINTON
In a parallel universe set during the 2008 national primaries, we meet Hillary Clinton as she navigates through her troubled campaign for President of the United States. The gang’s all there — campaign strategists, her husband Bill, and even Barack Obama. Sound familiar? However, this is a universe with infinite possibilities…one where anything might happen. History, gender, relationships and a flip-of-the-coin all come into play in Hillary and Clinton, in her quest to become the first female President of the United States. With the upcoming 2020 election squarely before us, looking back through this myriad of “what-ifs” proves to be both insightful and entertaining in this Regional Premiere by award-winning playwright Lucas Hnath. Featuring beloved company members Dee Covington, Eric Sandvold, Cajardo Lindsey and Josh Robinson.