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Weekend foreCAST: Fences, Elijah, and This Week’s 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: Fences at Denver Center Theatre Company

From the Denver Center website: A star baseball player, his career blunted by racism, supports his family as a sanitation worker. In a changing world, he builds a fence to protect what’s his, hold off what threatens, but things happen when a strong man’s dreams are thwarted.

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HER CHOICE: Elijah: An Adventure at LOCAL Theatre Company

From the LOCAL Theater Company website: “ELIJAH: An Adventure” is Michael Mitnick’s (winner of the “2012 Visionary Playwright Award”) 16-character, multimedia, epic romp about a broke piano student from Brooklyn who becomes an accidental Don Juan in Paris of the 1920′s. Michael Mitnick is among the most successful new playwrights in the nation. Currently, his commissions include the book for Broadway-bound “Animal House: The Musical” (featuring music by Bare Naked Ladies); and the play “Ed, Downloaded,” opening at the Denver Center Theatre Company in January, 2013. ELIJAH is a co-production of LOCAL Theater Company and The Dairy Center for the Arts.

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Tell us YOUR CHOICE

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

All of the Other Great Theatre Opening This Weekend

      • September 20 – And the Sun Stood Still at Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company

      • September 20 –  I Don’t Speak English at Su Teatro

      • September 20 – Broadway on Broadway Sing-a-long at Black Crown Lounge

      • September 21 – Boom at The Edge Theatre

      • September 21 – Shakespeare and Me at Backstage Breckenridge

      • September 21 – The Hound of the Baskervilles at The Curtain Playhouse

      • September 21 – The Three Musketeers at DCTC

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