Director Geoffrey Kent’s inventiveness and the answering playfulness of his cast combine to create a joyous, light-as-air celebration.

(Photo: Lindsey Kyler, left, and Carolyn Holding, right, as Dromia and Antiphola of Syracuse)

By Scott Rochat For the Camera

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is poised to claim some very elite bragging rights.

Every day, 160,000 students miss school because of bullying. A group of Colorado Shakespeare Festival actors is working to change that.

Colorado Shakespeare Festival dramaturgs continue free lecture series.

How many stagehands does it take to set up the Colorado Shakespeare Festival? And where do all those lights and scaffolds come from, anyway?

(Right: Rodney Lizcano as Roderigo in CSF's 2015 production of "Othello")

The critically-acclaimed 2008 play, set in Shakespeare’s time, is a ‘love letter to theatre’

Boulder Daily Camera staff photographer Kira Horvath was on hand to document CSF's annual Will Power Festival.