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Michael Mulhern

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 BroadwayWorld.com!



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BWW Reviews: Illumination Theatre Productions Has a Hit with the Side-Splitting Hilarious Comedy SORDID LIVES
August 6, 2013

It gives me great pleasure to report that this gifted ensemble tickled every gay bone in my body and everyone in the audience absolutely LOVED it!

BWW Reviews: Fall on the Floor With the Hilarious MINIMUM WAGE at Avenue Theatre
August 1, 2013

Even as I write this review, I am tapping my foot, and humming the theme song in my head!

BWW Reviews: Phamaly Presents an Exceptional and Memorable Evening of Theater at the Denver Center
July 30, 2013

The talented cast and crew of Phamaly made me fall in love with this classic all over again!

BWW Newsworthy: The Winners of the Colorado Theatre Guild's Henry Awards!
July 26, 2013

Here are the winners from the Henry Awards presented on Monday, July 22.

BWW Interviews: Del Shores joins us in Denver for the SORDID LIVES premiere and his Master Class!
July 26, 2013

We talk with the genius talent behind Sordid Lives about his Denver visit, busy schedule and exciting new projects!

BWW Reviews: Arvada Center Has An Instant Hit with Spectacular CURTAINS
July 20, 2013

All in all, thanks to the fine performances of the cast and crew - an excellent and enjoyable evening of musical theatre.

BWW Reviews: Vintage Theatre Presents a Fascinating Ensemble Study in CLOSER
July 17, 2013

I must say that each character had wonderful developmental arch that featured the talents of each actors.

BWW Reviews: Miners Alley Playhouse Stages Masterful and Memorable COLLECTED STORIES
July 12, 2013

I have to compliment these two stunning actresses on one of the best pairings I have ever had the pleasure of experiencing onstage; elevating this show to an exceptional night of theater!

BWW Interviews: Tria Xiong, Artistic Director of the All-Asian Company, Theatre Esprit Asia in Denver
July 9, 2013

We speak with the talented Tria Xiong, the creative talent behind the first all- Asian theatre company here in Denver on the hurdles and successes of this unique company!

BWW Reviews: The Edge Theatre Presents an Exceptional Characterization with ONE FLEW OVER THE CUKOO'S NEST
June 30, 2013

I was in awe of this talented ensemble and it is their thoughtful consideration of each of their characters that made this show so heartwarming and heartbreaking.

BWW Reviews: Curious Theatre Presents Wonderfully Hilarious Ensemble in GOD OF CARNAGE
June 15, 2013

For as much as this show was about the wonderfully humorous script, the thoughtful staging and great non-verbal cues and reactions made this show an instant comedic hit.

BWW Reviews: Equinox Theatre Presents Amusing British Wit with A NIGHT AT FAWLTY TOWERS
June 15, 2013

What can I say about this show - it was witty, adorable, charming, and oh so British!

BWW Reviews: Cherry Creek Theatre Presents Solid Performances in BABY the MUSICAL
June 19, 2013

Cherry Creek Theatre, has a gem on their hands with this obscure musical from the 80's.

Summer Stages: BWW's Top Picks for Summer Theatre in Denver
June 14, 2013

Even though Colorado summers boast gorgeous weather and plenty to do outdoors, there are still several excellent productions to take advantage of that are fun for friends, family or a date night. Below is a listing of some of the highlights of for a fun-filled Colorado summer...

BWW Quick Take: Leslie Jordan's Hilarious and Touching One-Man Show at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret
June 11, 2013

Emmy Award Winning Actor Leslie Jordan performed his one man comedy FRUIT FLY at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret this past weekend. Mr. Jordan travels back in time in FRUIT FLY, sharing childhood recollections including some perilous teenage shenanigans. The show traverses Leslie's life from the day his teenage self sits down with his mother to inform her that he has decided to forego college to become a female impersonator, all the way to a gay Alaskan cruise with 2,000 gay men on which a 53 year old (with shipping and handling) Leslie witnesses his aging mother's metamorphosis. Jordan's storytelling skills and wit abound in this one man comedy.

BWW Reviews: The Edge Theatre Welcomes Incredible Ensemble in THE SHADOW BOX
May 11, 2013

First, compliments go out to entire ensemble as a whole for working so well together and building a strong chemistry that drew the audience in completely.

BWW Reviews: The Arvada Center's DIVIDING THE ESTATE - Amusing but Not Hilarious
May 7, 2013

While the script is quite humorous and read well onstage, it was apparent that there was definitely something lacking in this production.

BWW Reviews: Town Hall Arts Center Presents Perfect Comedic Timing with THE 39 STEPS
May 7, 2013

Filled with mystery, intrigue, suspense and infused with wit, melodrama and vaudevillian antics, this show was an absolute delight to watch!

BWW Reviews: Quick Take of MARY POPPINS National Tour in Denver
May 3, 2013

I must say that there was plenty of Disney magic in this visual extravaganza and it delighted my inner-child ever so much.

BWW Reviews: Boulder's Dinner Theatre Presents Adorable Performances in CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES
April 30, 2013

Based on the humorous novel Growing Up Lutheran by Janet Letnes Martin and Suzann Nelson, CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES is dishing up laughs at Boulder's Dinner Theatre now through May 12th. CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES features four distinct characters and their relationships as they organize the food and confront the problems in a rural Minnesota church. From the elderly matriarch to the young bride?to?be learning the proper order of things, the story and music give us a touching yet funny look at their lives as we see them handle a record breaking Christmas dinner, the funeral of a dear friend, a Hawaiian Easter Fundraiser, and a steaming hot July wedding.



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