This is a wonderful play, full of insights into human nature, theatrically presented by a talented cast of players.

Play shows falsehoods are in the eye of the beholder

(Right: Hunter Ringsmith, left, as King James I and Rodney Lizcano, right, as Robert Cecil in "Equivocation." Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen.)

In his latest video blog, Elevations Credit Union's President & CEO Gerry Agnes highlights some great summer events along the Front Range of Colorado, including the Colorado Shakespeare Festiva

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is bringing a little pulp fiction (not the movie) and a lot of Mad Max (the movie) to Boulder this summer. You know: Love, laughs, guts and gore – only often in the very same plays.

Director Carolyn Howarth has put together a lively production that moves forward to a martial beat, features some terrific swordplay and swarms with interestingly eccentric characters.

Festival’s “original practices” production sells out for third year in a row

Enrollment for new graduate-level program begins in August

Double your pleasure with CSF comedy

At the intermission of Equivocation, this summer’s traditional non-Shakespeare-but-related-to-Shakespeare offering from the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, I found myself exultant, almost floating along the aisle to the lobby.