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.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival's current production of the show, directed by Jim Helsinger, is an ideal fit into the troupe's 2016 season.
Given the rare productions of Cymbeline, director Jim Helsinger's current staging quenches our thirst like a spring in the middle of a desert for its light, comedic touch and fairy tale atmosphere.
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.