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Weekend foreCAST: BBAJ, Gypsy, 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: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson by Ben Dicke Presents

From bloodydenver.com: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson opened on Broadway to some of the highest critical acclaim of any show last season. Whether you’re a bleeding heart, blue blooded Liberal Dem who shops at Whole Foods cause you read somewhere that it will save cross-bred pigs from being slit ear-to-ear by illegal immigrants in a western Colorado slaughter house or you’re a fifty-something, overweight Republican investment banker who just hired three illegal immigrants to flip four of your newly acquired bank owned properties in the south suburbs, you’ve got to get a ticket.

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Her Choice: Gypsy at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

From the CS Fine Arts Center website:”Gypsy is quite possibly the pinnacle of American musical theatre and I’m thrilled to kick off our 25th anniversary main stage season with this classic,” said Scott RC Levy, the show’s director and Theatre Company’s Producing Artistic Director. “From the opening note of the rousing overture to the final knockout moment, this production will prove to be an excellent addition to the history of high-quality productions our audience has come to expect.”

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Don’t Forget: The Giver at the Denver Center Theatre Company

From the DCTCwebsite: When young Jonas is chosen by the Elders to be Receiver of Memories, he begins to discover the disturbing truth about his utopian world. Lois Lowry’s powerful Newbery Medal-winning novel makes for a fantastic theatrical event.

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All of the Other Great Theatre Opening This Weekend

      • September 25 – Stop at Denver Center Attractions

      • September 26 –  Alexander & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day  at Parker Arts Council

      • September 27 – Ghost-Writer at Thunder River Theatre Company

      • September 27 – RENT at The Colorado Mesa University

      • September 28 – The Belle of Amherst at Backstage Breckenridge

      • September 28 – Noises Off at CU Boulder

      • September 29 – Anne of Green Gables at Parker Arts Council

      • September 29 – Anqitues Revengeshow at MO Productions

      • September 29 – Pinkalicious at Midtown Arts Center Young Audience



One thought on “Weekend foreCAST: BBAJ, Gypsy, and This Week’s Openings

  1. BBAJ!!! Can’t Wait!!!

    Posted by Eden Lane | September 26, 2012, 1:39 pm

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