The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is taking its all-female, bilingual tour of The Taming of the Shrew to Colorado schools.

(Right: Timothy Orr directs a rehearsal of "Wittenberg." Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)

By Allison Sylte

(Right: Drew Horwitz, Hunter Ringsmith and Geoffrey Kent in CSF's production of "Cymbeline." Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)

First Folio, the original compilation of Shakespeare’s 36 plays, will be on display at the University of Colorado Boulder’s First Folio!

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival wraps up its 2016 season this weekend on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. Read our capsule reviews of three of this season's shows, all still playing.

(Right: Lindsey Kyler as Imogen and Rodney Lizcano as Pisanio in "Cymbeline." Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)

By Beki Pineda

CSF makes more of lesser Shakespeare.

Arrival of play collection links widespread appeal of the Bard's legacy

Directed by CSF veteran Geoffrey Kent, “Comedy” is not your typical take on the Bard. Unless, that is, you consider baguette-wielding debutantes, cross-dressing can-can dancers and a sneaky rendition of Vince Guaraldi’s “Christmas Time is Here” on the accordion to be typical Shakespearean fare.