Retrospective: Christopher Willard leaves Breckenridge Backstage

Difficult transition year in Summit County culminates with artistic director’s resignation after 13 years

‘The Cake’ at a time when they just won’t let them eat cake

For playwright Bekah Brunstetter, the real-life Colorado bakery case makes for a personal, not political play

Video, photos: Your first look at ‘Vietgone’

”This is not a story about war. It is a story about falling in love.” ‘Vietgone’ opens the Theatre Company’s 40th season on Friday.

Rough Draught creates a playground for playwrights, actors and audiences

Several playwright-driven organizations have found success featuring local writers and are building cohesion in the theatre community

Scenic Designer: This ‘Oklahoma!’ will look real, visceral and raw

Here, a ‘beautiful morning’ is about the satisfaction of getting one more day to work and live as a free man

‘Oklahoma!’ museum visit reveals shadows underneath the sunlight of history

Cast of ‘Oklahoma!’ discovers a past few of them ever knew existed at Denver’s Black American West Museum

The ‘ageless wit’ of Neil Simon is silenced at age 91

Perhaps the most performed U.S. playwright in decades was assigned to Lowry Air Force Base and attended the University of Denver

‘Vietgone’ playwright: And now, for someone completely different

Qui Nguyen believes Vietgone ‘should remind us all that America can be better than what it is right now.’

‘The Constant Wife’ opens rehearsals with a surprisingly modern feel

The cast gathers to tackle a comedy nearly 100 years old, but ‘it feels like it was written yesterday’