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Weekend foreCAST: Buntport, Edge, and DCTC


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: My Hideous Progeny at Buntport

From the Buntport website: My Hideous Progeny weaves through different moments of Mary Shelley’s life… the infamous evening when Lord Byron suggests that everyone write a frightening tale, her relationship with the great Romantic poet Percy Shelley, the loss of her children…creating an unusual glimpse of the author/wife/mother. Buntport Theater places Mary Shelley in a bathtub of ice water, following one of the many tragedies that befell (and inspired) her.

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HER CHOICE: Some Girls at Edge

From the Edge website: “It was just some girl.” A man, we’ll call him “Guy,” just turned 33 years old. He’s a professional journalist and is about to get married. But wait, we can’t just move forward. He decides to re-visit the past, look up old girlfriends, and meet them in hotels across the country so he can “right some wrongs.” You’ll meet the high school sweatheart, the wild fantasy, the older married woman, and the one that got away. They are all just “Some Girl(s).”

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Don’t Forget: The Liar at DCTC

From the Denver Center website: Dorante has one little problem: he can’t stop lying to get what he wants, including the lovely Clarice. Mistaken identities, tall tales and complications abound in this classic comedy by French writer Pierre Corneille, transformed into hilarious rhyming verse by David Ives (All in the Timing).

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