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Funnyman/director Bob Wells gives us some background in his director's notes: “Playwrights George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart wrote “The Man Who Came to Dinner” as a vehicle for their friend Alexander Wolcott, a well-known critic and radio gossip … more
“Eye of the Camera” juror Gary Huibregtse spoke briefly to the opening crowd on Feb. 18 about the process of judging a show. “It can depend on what the juror had for breakfast, placement of the photograph, photographic language …” He looks … more
Photographers mingled with viewers at the crowded Feb. 18 opening of the 50th annual “Through the Eye of the Camera” exhibit, presented at the Littleton Museum by the Littleton Fine Arts Board. The late Gene Kramer of Littleton, an original … more
Kelly Billing from Maryland Aquatic Nurseries will fly into Denver on March 17 to speak to the Colorado Water Garden Society's first 2016 meeting at Denver Botanic Gardens. She is an expert on lotus plants and will talk about growing them in local … more
A good fit I am a native Coloradan. My first four years were on a farm that is now part of de Koevend Park. My family and I lived in Cherry Creek Vista in Greenwood Village. For 15 years, I managed the Cherry Creek Vista Park District and its … more
GuGu Drums, a 20-member drum ensemble from Shanghai, China, will appear at 7 p.m. March 12 on the Main Stage at Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree, with athletic, musical and dramatic drum work. They will tell stories and play … more
Each year, the active Writers Studio at Arapahoe Community College sponsors a literary contest, with first-place winners in poetry, fiction and nonfiction eligible for cash awards, publication in the Progenitor literary magazine and the opportunity … more
A Smithsonian graphic novel series for middle grade kids starts with “The Wrong Wrights,” published Feb. 23. The premise is to set a group of smart kids in a visit to one of the Smithsonian museums. A mystery develops and the bright-eyed, young, … more
Lalitha Chittoor grew up in a very traditional family in India and wanted a book to teach her 4-year-old daughter about Indian festivals. When she was unable to locate one, she decided to write a series and has just published the second one on … more
“One Man, Two Guvnors” by British playwright Richard Bean promises farce, mistaken identities, physical comedy and serious silliness. Set in 1963 Brighton, England, it's focused on one klutzy Francis Henshall (Luke Terry). Dressed in … more
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