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Weekend foreCAST: Completely Hollywood, Next to Normal and This Week’s Theatre Openings


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: Completely Hollywood at Backstage Theatre Company

From the Backstage Theatre websiteJust when you thought it was safe to go back into the theatre… Seth, Dustin and Chris – that uproarious trio from “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” – boldly go where few would dare: Tinseltown.

These bad boys of abridgment take on America’s largest cultural and economic export (well, except for weapons) in this seriously silly showbiz satire. Giving Hollywood more than just a nip and tuck, the Shakespeare boys cut through the clutter of celluloid to condense 186 of the greatest films of all time into 97 minutes.

Enjoy film spoofs, wickedly horrendous star impersonations, and a complete compilation of classic cinematic cliches – plus a few brand new cliches they just made up.

Click the poster for tickets and info!


HER CHOICE: Next to Normal at Little Theatre of the Rockies

From the Little Theatre of the Rockies website: With a thrilling contemporary score, Next to Normal is an emotional powerhouse of a musical about a family trying to take care of themselves and each other. Winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize and three Tony Awards, Next to Normal is “A Brave, Breathtaking Musical” (NY Times) that the Washington Post calls “The Future of American Musicals!” With provocative lyrics and an electrifying score, Next to Normal shows how far parents will go to keep their family’s world intact.Next To Normal is sure to be a “must see” this summer! 

For tickets and more information, click the poster!


Tell us YOUR CHOICE

Click the link to share WHAT OPENING SHOWS YOU ARE MOST EXCITED ABOUT.


Don’t Forget All of the Other Great Theatre Opening This Weekend

      • June 19 – The Addams Family at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts

      • June 20 – The Presidents at Creede Repertory

      • June 20 – Denver Stories at Curious Theatre Company

      • June 21 – Xanadu at Lake Dillon

      • June 21 – Measure for Measure at Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

      • June 21 – Pirates of Penzance at Windsor Community Players

      • June 21 – Fast, Loud and Overplayed at Upstart Crow

      • June 21 – The Aristocrats at Younger Generation Players

      • June 21 – Urinetown at Crested Butte

      • June 22 – The Life of  Jesse James: Diamond Studs at Stampede Troupe

      • June 22 – The Lady’s Not For Burning at Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

      • June 22 – Eudora’s Box at Thunder River Theatre

      • June 22 – Titanic, The Musical at Union Colony Dinner Theatre

      • June 22 – Jekyll & Hyde at Rocky Mountain Rep

      • June 23 – As You Like it at Theatre Hikes Colorado

      • June 23 – The Full Monty at Backstage Theatre

      • June 23 – Great Ship Kerra Bella at Damon Runyon Rep

      • June 23 – Man Woman Flower at Stage Left Theatre Company

      • June 23 – Richard III at Colorado Shakespeare Festival

      • June 24 – Mamma Mia at Loveland Opera Theatre

      • June 24 – Who Done It at the Apex Gulch? at Heritage Square

      • June 25 – Avenue Q at Theatre Aspen

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