PARIS – The accidental discovery in a small library in northern France of an original first folio of Shakespeare’s plays has sent a jolt of excitement around the world of Shakespeare scholars.
Figaro knows everybody and everybody’s business. He’s the ultimate wag, an insider, a fixer. Today, he’s the guy who passes out business...
- The ‘Side Show’ stars reveal how the magic is done
- A stage fiasco turns funny in ‘Play On!’
- Immortal songs, splendid voices in ‘Les Mis’
- At the Strater, doing the Time Warp – again
- Review: Sting’s ‘The Last Ship’ is thrilling stuff
WASHINGTON – When Gail Johnson, 68, and her 79-year-old sister, Georgia Allred, go shopping, the latter always pauses at the checkout counter and says,...
- French jewelry lights up Denver exhibit
- Photography, the old fashioned way
- Blue-chip offerings at NYC fall art auctions
- Exhibit on Paul Simon’s life to debut at Rock Hall
- Local artists celebrate wild landscapes
- From Durango to Carnegie Hall
- Songs of the season: a host of holiday album reviews
- Symphony presents a night at the opera
- Fugazi's road to punk royalty was paved by file-sharing, '80s-style
- Chopin’s heart exhumed in secret, like a relic
A small Southwest Colorado town, approximately 20 years ago: Three beer-swilling friends decide it’s time to do less...
- Exclusive: Letter that inspired Kerouac found
- Sustained by brief blaze of glory
- ID theft and memories of war
- Review: King returns to true horror in Revival
- New WWII book details story of ‘First SEALS’
Film & TV
Animas City Theatre
(128 E. College Drive, 799-2281, www.animascitytheatre.com)
It’s the summer of 1984, Margaret...
- ‘Pelican Dreams’ strikes gold with big birds
- Mike Nichols, crafter of films, plays, dies at 83
- Review: Mockingjay – Part I
- Steve Carell vows not to ‘play it safe anymore’
- Felicity Jones an essential addition to ‘Theory of Everything'