Northglenn Players Present INSPECTING CAROL, Now thru 12/28Northglenn Players Present INSPECTING CAROL, Now thru 12/28
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2014

Northglenn's adult theatre company, Northglenn Players, to present INSPECTING CAROL at the D.L. Parsons Theatre today, December 19-28, 2014. INSPECTING CAROL is directed by Pat Payne. Its cast includes Dyarl Alexander, Jennifer Bass, Alec Gillespie, Robin Gillespie, John Greene, Brandon Lopez, Jeremy MacNicol, Debbie Minter, Rand Moritzky, Justin Regan, Chelsea Rossetto, and Seles Van Huss. (more...)

Northglenn Players to Present INSPECTING CAROL, 12/19-28Northglenn Players to Present INSPECTING CAROL, 12/19-28
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2014

Northglenn's adult theatre company, Northglenn Players, to present INSPECTING CAROL at the D.L. Parsons Theatre December 19-28, 2014. INSPECTING CAROL is directed by Pat Payne. Its cast includes Dyarl Alexander, Jennifer Bass, Alec Gillespie, Robin Gillespie, John Greene, Brandon Lopez, Jeremy MacNicol, Debbie Minter, Rand Moritzky, Justin Regan, Chelsea Rossetto, and Seles Van Huss. (more...)

NOW PLAYING:  73rd Avenue Theatre's THE ODD COUPLENOW PLAYING: 73rd Avenue Theatre's THE ODD COUPLE
by Michael Mulhern - May 18, 2011

Neil Simon's all time comedy classic comes to Colorado. (more...)

NOW PLAYING:  The 73rd Avenue Theater's MACBETHNOW PLAYING: The 73rd Avenue Theater's MACBETH
by Michael Mulhern - Mar 19, 2011

Did someone say.....the Scottish Play, with a twist?!? I dare do all that may become a man, who dares more is none. (more...)

Photo Flash: VOICES OF THE PRAIRIE Hits The Coal Creek Community Theatre 10/16-19, 22-24. 30-31Photo Flash: VOICES OF THE PRAIRIE Hits The Coal Creek Community Theatre 10/16-19, 22-24. 30-31
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2009

Coal Creek Community Theater of Louisville, CO presents Voice of the Prairie, written by John Olive and directed by Linda Orr. The play, spanning three decades, from 1895, through the early days of radio in 1923, centers on the adventures of Davey Quinn and Frankie, the Blind Girl, as re-told some 30 years later by the now middle-aged David Quinn. Quinn becomes famous sending his stories into the 'Ethernet' through the infant industry of radio as 'The Voice of the Prairie.' Frankie hears Davey?s stories and reenters his life as the FCC threatens them all for broadcasting without a license. (more...)