Judith Reynolds

Position: Special to the Herald

Email: judithlreynolds@yahoo.com

About: Judith Reynolds is an arts journalist and member of the American Theater Critics Association.

The MET presents new production of German masterpiece

“Wozzeck,” the play, the opera and a multitude of stage and film adaptations, will always be with us. The story centers on a beleaguered young man who struggles with life at the bottom of the...

DATE: Jan. 17, 2020 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

History Colorado Center space tells Centennial State’s story

What does it mean to be a Coloradan? That’s a question we rarely ask ourselves. But it’s central to Denver’s expansive History Colorado Center. The center is located downtown, a short walk down...

DATE: Dec. 27, 2019 | CATEGORY: Arts & Entertainment

Art exhibits contrast two creative stages at FLC and DAC

Walk upstairs in the Durango Arts Center and you’ll find an intimate, carefully observed exhibition by a mature artist. “My Beloved West” features 20 solar-plate prints and two artist’s books by...

DATE: Dec. 13, 2019 | CATEGORY: Visual Arts

10 reasons to see Glass’ pharaoh

“A weird fever dream.” That’s how Phelim McDermott describes Philip Glass’ hypnotic opera “Akhnaten.” He should know. McDermott is the wildly imaginative English stage director who has transformed...

DATE: Nov. 22, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

Denver’s bridge to Modernism

The Denver Art Museum is the only U.S. location for a sprawling exhibition about Claude Monet. With 120 paintings spanning his long career, the show is organized chronologically. Like the splendid...

DATE: Nov. 15, 2019 | CATEGORY: Arts & Entertainment

Pinkerton’s Art of the Deal: The MET streams Puccini’s masterpiece

At the beginning of Puccini’s masterpiece “Madama Butterfly,” Lt. Benjamin Franklin Pinkerton makes two shady deals. Everything that happens in this tragic opera hinges on his double subterfuge. ...

DATE: Nov. 8, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

‘The Humans’: An American family on the ledge

In between family jokes, shared memories and old rituals, a sense of peril hangs over the Blake family as they celebrate Thanksgiving dinner. Stephen Karam’s play, “The Humans,” opened last...

DATE: Oct. 11, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

San Juan Symphony: 34 years and counting

San Juan Symphony Music Director Thomas Heuser will launch the 34th season in twin concerts this weekend. On Sept. 28 and 29, “Absolute Refinement” will distill the clear and elegant music of...

DATE: Sept. 26, 2019 | CATEGORY: Music

FLC Showcase to launch recital season

Jazz and classical music share the airwaves 50/50 Sunday at the Fort Lewis College Annual Faculty Showcase. At 3 p.m. in Roshong Recital Hall, expect to see and hear three new faculty members of...

DATE: Sept. 20, 2019 | CATEGORY: Music

Popular Living History talks returning to Durango

When Doug Mishler strolled on stage as Teddy Roosevelt last fall at Durango Arts Center, he mesmerized a packed crowd with presidential tales of the West. On Sept. 12, Mishler will return to...

DATE: Aug. 31, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

Durango playfest takes stage for second year

“I’m excited that we’re having a robust second year. I’m excited that we’re attracting so much nationally recognized talent to our community.” Terry Bacon, co-chairman of Durango PlayFest, can...

DATE: Aug. 2, 2019 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

Music in the Mountains concludes with an evening of comedy and tragedy

If you have to say goodbye, if you have to close a winning music festival, why not go out in style? Guillermo Figueroa and the Festival Orchestra will do just that at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the...

DATE: July 26, 2019 | CATEGORY: Music

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