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Michael Mulhern Michael Mulhern has lived in Denver and been active in it's theater scene for over 10 years. He is originally from Wiesbaden, Germany and graduated with a BFA in Theater Performance from the University of Wisconsin-Superior. Currently he performs in one to two shows a year and is a proud member of the Denver Gay Men's Chorus. Some of Michael's favorite performances include - Lend Me a Tenor, Guys and Dolls, The Shadow Box, Buried Child, and Jeffrey. He is proud to represent Denver and it's growing theater community on!



NOW PLAYING: Equinox Theatre's STOP KISS
February 25, 2011

Stop Kiss is the story of Callie and Sara. When an unexpected kiss transforms their lives - a casual friendship takes an unforeseen turn.

BWW Reviews: Avenue Theater's THE GOOD BODY
February 25, 2011

'I don't know how to be in my own body' is the theme of Eve Ensler's smash hit, The Good Body presented by Avenue Theater. Next to the Vagina Monologues, I believe that this is one of Ms. Ensler's finest works. It truly is an exploration of the imperfection of the woman's body and a mirror to woman's insecurities.

NOW PLAYING: Afterthought Theatre's A SOLDIERS PLAY
February 18, 2011

'A Soldier's Play' is more than a detective story: it is a tough, incisive exploration of racial tensions and ambiguities among blacks and between blacks and whites that gives no easy answers and assigns no simple blame.

BWW Reviews: Paragon Theatre's REASONS TO BE PRETTY
February 16, 2011

While beauty is only skin deep, words however; can cut like a knife and leave a wound that may never heal. This superficial theme is featured in Neil LeBute's play entitled reasons to be pretty.

BWW Reviews: Extremities from The Edge Theatre Co.
February 10, 2011

Extremities, written by William Mastrosimone is a very sensitive show about rape and torture dealing with a would-be rape victim who turns the tables on her attacker. The show, and it's actors deal with an entire gambit of moral and ethical questions. The play was written in 1982 and is still very relevant to this day.

BWW Reviews: Denver Center's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
February 10, 2011

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a feast of midsummer madness, mischievous fairies, mismatches lovers and musical merchants colliding hilariously in one of Shakespeare's most madcap and accessible comedies. This web of magic in the Athenian woods casts a powerful, pleasing spell on audiences of all ages.

BWW Reviews: Denver Center's THE CATCH
February 10, 2011

The Catch is an examination of family relationships, the cult of sports celebrity, fallen idols and the relentless optimism tied up in the American dream.

BWW Reviews: Denver Center's MAP OF HEAVEN
February 9, 2011

Map of Heaven receives its first full production after being read at the Colorado New Play Summit in February 2010. Michele Lowe explores the dynamics of relationships and what happens when those dynamics shift, the choices the characters make and the ripple effect it has on those around them.

Photo Flash: Now Playing - EQUUS at Vintage Theatre Company
March 10, 2011

Vintage Theatre presents Equus by Peter Shaffer February 18 through March 20 at Vintage Theatre, 2119 E 17th Ave in Denver, CO. Alan Strang, a young man of seventeen, has committed a brutal act against six horses; his brilliant psychiatrist (Dr. Dysart) works to unravel the motivation behind this violent act.

OPENING: Let Me Hear You Smile - The Festival Playhouse
January 27, 2011

In Act I our actors are in their 70's. Neil, the husband, has retired and is about to leave home to start a new business in New Zealand. The second Act opens and our three actors are now in their 40's. Hannah, the wife, is prepared to leave her husband and run away. In Act III all are now young children, and brother Willy is going to dig a hole and move to China.

NOW PLAYING: MIner's Alley Playhouse Don't Dress for Dinner
January 27, 2011

Miners Alley Playhouse begins their 2011 season with 'Don't Dress for Dinner' now playing through February 27. In a renovated French farmhouse about a two-hour drive from Paris, Bernard is hoping to pack his wife, Jacqueline, away to her mother's for the weekend, in the hopes that he can romance his mistress, Suzanne, a Parisian model and actress. As an alibi, Bernard has hired a Cordon Bleu-level cook, Suzette, and invited his friend Robert to dinner. This farcical concoction involves a married couple, an old friend, a voluptuous mistress and an outlandish cook who's enlisted to take on different identities in a succession of lies, deceptions and misunderstandings. The plot is a recipe for hilarious confusion with more twists than a corkscrew.

Paragon 2011 Theatre Preview - A Matinee...a Pinter Play
January 27, 2011

Last week, Paragon Theatre hosted an exciting preview of it's 10th season. When asked about the theme or drive for this new season, Executive Director Michael Stricker replied, 'We wanted to do shows that scared the hell out of us...we really wanted to be challenged this season.' Here is what's in store...

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