Tag Archive for: Buell Theatre

The young orphan girls hold brooms and buckets while they dance. They are all smiling big.

An Annie Quiz for Kids

1. What does it mean if someone has a “hard-knock” life? a. people need to knock loudly to enter their home b. they have a difficult life c. they like to sing a lot The correct answer is: b If someone has a “hard-knock” life it means they have a difficult life. “Hard knocks” describes […]

A Totally Tudor Timeline

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A Her-story of the SIX Queens

Brush up on your knowledge of the SIX wives of Henry VIII before seeing them perform live in Denver! Learn about each Queen’s interests, their families, and…their causes of death. Catherine of Aragon Birth and death December 15, 1485 – January 7, 1536 Marriage One: to Arthur (Henry’s older brother), November 14, 1501 (aged 15) […]

Tina Turner’s Pursuit of Freedom

The prolific novelist, Toni Morrison, wrote in her book Beloved, “Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another.” Though Morrison was writing about enslaved people escaping from a plantation, her words aptly describe rock ’n’ roll legend Tina Turner’s life journey. During her life, Tina never shied away from sharing […]

Juno stands apart, her arms raised, as the cast of Beetlejuice looks on. Juno is wearing a red printed skirt suit.

First Look: Beetlejuice

He earned his stripes on Broadway… now the ghost-with-the-most is coming to Denver. It’s showtime! Based on Tim Burton’s dearly beloved film, this hilarious musical tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager whose whole life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a demon with a thing for stripes. […]

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8 Well-Known Superstitions and their Meanings

As a trick in Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice film, you have to say Beetlejuice’s name three times to make him appear. The Beetlejuice musical, playing at the Buell Theatre September 5 through 17, gives this classic film a Broadway makeover with crazy musical numbers, strong language, mature references and other behaviors from the well-known, inappropriately deranged […]

Beetlejuice Illusionist Michael Weber Puts the “Super” in Supernatural

Bringing Beetlejuice to the stage was never going to be a simple task. Fans of Tim Burton’s 1988 comedy-horror film are legion, and devoted to the work of the visionary artist and director. So when director Alex Timbers assembled his design team for the Broadway musical, he brought in some heavy hitters, including six-time Tony […]

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There’s Nothing Ironic About Welcoming Home Talented Coloradans

Cydney Kutcipal (They/Them), from Loveland, Colorado, is making their professional debut in Jagged Little Pill appearing in the ensemble and understudying the role of Jo, a debut they landed at the end of their junior year of college at Shenandoah University. For the past year Cydney has been performing in the show eight times a […]

28 Years After its Release, Jagged Little Pill Remains Relevant

The call is coming from inside the closet. It’s where Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody has sought some privacy in a house currently filled with her parents, her husband’s parents, her three kids and their dogs. This scene of abundant domesticity isn’t one often found in her work, which has included Juno, the story of an […]

Interview the Cast of Jagged Little Pill

Jagged Little Pill covers a wide breadth of emotions, topics, music, and more. Get a head start before diving in and meet some of the cast members. In the videos below, the cast members chat about their first experience with Alanis Morisette’s music, attempt to describe Jagged Little Pill in just three words, and discuss […]