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Weekend foreCAST- Buntport, Town Hall and Bas Bleu

Denver, Theatre, Reviews Of the shows opening this weekend, these are the ones we want to see. These could be the best shows of the year or these shows could end up being terrible. As always we encourage you to chime in with your thoughts on our list and what shows you are seeing this weekend.

HIS CHOICE: The 30th of Baydak by Buntport

Buntport Denver theatre theater He Said She Said CritiquesThe 30th of Baydak is the next offering in Buntport’s 10th Anniversary season, which consists of revivals of their best work over the past decade. Originally mounted in 2003, Baydak tells the story of a Turkmenistani worker through life, love and political unrest.

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HER CHOICE: Chicago at Town Hall Arts Center

Town Hall Arts Center Denver Theatre Theater Nick SugarChicago has all of the razzle dazzle of a  top-notch Vaudeville show and the compelling story of a crime drama. Since a sizzling revival in 1996, this gem seems to be in constant circulation on tours and on Broadway, and with good reason. With beautiful women, scintillating staging and music and lyrics by Kander and Ebb, it’s hard to not be drawn into the fascinating world of prohibition-era criminal celebrities.

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Not to be missed: The Foreigner at Bas Bleu

Bas Bleu Denver Theater TheatreThe Foreigner by Larry Shue is a multiple award-winning comedy, graced with two Obies and two Outer Critics Circle Awards. The Foreigner examines the fall-out when Charlie Baker, who is shy to the point of silence, is introduced as a foreigner who doesn’t speak English, but of course he understands every word.  With a cast of characters whose personalities are so big they can’t help but collide, this show as the real potential to cause constant side-splitting laughter.

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