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GLEEk Out – Preview Full Songs from “I Am Unicorn”

If you’re like us then you are kind of hooked watching Fox’s musical hit comedy GLEE, even if the episodes are hit or miss. Well, to get your Glee fix between shows, here are the songs you’ll be hearing on the next all new episode. Check back every week to get your sneak preview and GLEEK out with us.

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GLEEk Out – Preview Full Songs from Season Premiere

If you’re like us then you are kind of hooked watching Fox’s musical hit comedy GLEE, even if the episodes are hit or miss. Well, to get your Glee fix between shows, here are the songs you’ll be hearing on the next all new episode. Check back every week to get your sneak preview and GLEEK out with us.
Glee Season 3
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GLEEk Out: Preview FULL Songs from Next Episode: Silly Love Songs

If you’re like us then you are kind of hooked watching Fox’s musical hit comedy GLEE, even if the episodes are hit or miss. Well, to get your Glee fix between shows, here are the songs you’ll be hearing on the next all new episode. Check back every week to get your sneak preview and GLEEK out with us.

Glee Silly Love Songs, preview, firework, fat bottomed girls, pretty young thing, PYT, when I get you alone
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CLOSED – Ticket Giveaway: The Wedding Singer at Aurora Fox

WIN FREE TICKETS TO GREAT DENVER THEATRE!

  • HOW: Just answer one SIMPLE question to enter the drawing.
  • QUESTION: What is your favorite memory/part of the 80’s ?
  • PRIZES: Two pairs of FREE tickets to The Wedding Singer at The Aurora Fox.
  • ENTER NOW: Comment below/ Facebook us/ Tweet us
    (note: If you want to enter via Facebook, you’ll need to “Like” our fan page first.)

The winner will be randomly drawn and notified tomorrow!

About the show: (from the Aurora Fox website) Based on the hit movie, The Wedding Singer celebrates the 80’s in earnest. It’s 1985 and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer. He’s the life of the party – until his own fiancée leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie ends up making every wedding as disastrous as his own. Enter Julia, a sympathetic waitress who unknowingly wins his affection. But Julia is about to be married to a Wall Street shark, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of the decade, the girl of his dreams will remain nothing more than a dream.

Weekend foreCAST- DCTC and Colorado Homegrown Tales

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. Check Our Picks!

CLOSED Ticket Giveaway: Midsummer Night’s Dream at DCTC

WIN FREE TICKETS TO GREAT LOCAL THEATRE!
  • HOW: Just answer one SIMPLE question to enter the drawing.
  • QUESTION: If you a love potion existed, would you use it?
  • PRIZES: Two FREE tickets to OPENING NIGHT of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Denver Center Theatre Company.
  • ENTER NOW: Comment below/ Facebook us/ Tweet us
    (note: If you want to enter via Facebook, you’ll need to “Like” our fan page first.)

The winner will be randomly drawn and notified tomorrow!

About the show: (from the Denver Center website) A feast of midsummer madness, mischievous fairies, mismatched lovers and musical merchants collide hilariously in Shakespeare’s magical comedy. When lovers find refuge in the forest, a misguided fairy unleashes comical chaos with a love potion. “The course of true love never did run smooth”; now everyone must untangle the mismatched relationships in pursuit of wedded bliss. This web of magic in the Athenian woods casts a powerful, pleasing spell on audiences of all ages.

This production is part of Shakespeare for a New Generation, a national initiative sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest.

Interview: How DCTC’s The Catch Goes Beyond Baseball

Last week, Map of Heaven opened with its world premiere performance at the Ricketson Theatre after being selected from last year’s New Play Summit for a full production at the Denver Center Theatre Company. Following in those footsteps, and the acclaimed The House of the Spirits before it, this week sees the world premiere of The Catch.

“If you had to describe what the play is about, it’s really about these two characters, Gary and myself (Michael Nomura), who are in a battle, who have both laid claim to have caught this ball that has broken the record for most home runs in a season.”, says Pun Bandhu, who plays Michael Nomura in DCTC’s production as well as in the workshop performance at Hartford Stage. Continue reading

CLOSED Ticket Giveaway: “reasons to be pretty” at Paragon Theatre

Today’s ticket giveaway is a FREE pair of tickets to Paragon Theatre Ensemble’s tenth season opener – reasons to be pretty. These tickets will be good for ANY night during the run (except closing).

This regional premiere is described as “A love story about insecurity, cruelty and vanity, reasons to be pretty delves into the darkest parts of human attraction and asks whether beauty really is only skin-deep.”

All you have to do to be entered in the drawing is to comment in the area below OR on the giveaway post of our Facebook page answering the question, “How important do you think looks are in a relationship?”

You get an extra entry if you also start following us on Twitter today (@_HeSaid_SheSaid)

(NOTE: You need to follow us on Facebook to be able to comment on our page. So, if you want to enter the drawing, be sure to “Like” us first.)

The winner has been selected. Thank you for your responses!

               

Devil’s Thumb Brings Adult Evening with Shel Silverstein

With the winter finally starting to show signs in Boulder, Devil’s Thumb Productions looks to heat things up this February with the second show of their sophomore season, An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein by Shel Silverstein. The show runs Feb 11-12 & 17-19, with an added special show on Valentines Day (Feb 14), at the newly renovated Performance Space in the Wesley Chapel.
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Review: Don’t Dress for Dinner Strips Down to Essence of Farce

Don’t Dress for Dinner is a two-act farce by French playwright by Marc Camoletti. In true farce fashion, it’s a quick-paced comedy where misunderstandings and sexual innuendo abound. The non-stop action surrounds the preparation of a dinner party for Bernard’s mistress Suzanne, which is complicated by the unexpected appearance of Bernard’s wife Jacqueline, which impacts the expected appearance of Bernard’s chum Robert (Jacqueline’s lover) and Suzette (the hired cook for the dinner).
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CLOSED – Ticket Giveaway: The Catch at DCTC

Today’s ticket giveaway is a free pair of tickets to the opening night performance January 27th for The Catch at the Denver Center Theatre Company!

This world premiere is described as “America’s national pastime meets America’s financial meltdown. A failed dot-commer schemes to regain his lost fortune by catching a star slugger’s record-breaking homerun ball — through willpower, planning and sheer determination. Playwright Ken Weitzman’s baseball drama The Catch knocks the cover off our national obsession with sports, riches and celebrity.”

All you have to do to be entered in the drawing is to comment on the giveaway post of our Facebook page telling us how you fantasize about getting rich! Is it to sell celebrity memorabilia? Lottery? Hit it big on stage?

You get an extra entry if you also start following us on Twitter today (@_HeSaid_SheSaid)

(NOTE: You need to follow us on Facebook to be able to comment on our page. So, if you want to enter the drawing, be sure to “Like” us first.)

The winner will be drawn tomorrow (Monday, January 24th) and notified by a comment on the same thread as the responses!

Interview: Meredith Young in Curious’ Circle Mirror Transformation

Meredith Young plays Lauren in Curious Theatre Company’s Circle Mirror Transformation, which opens tonight, Jan 22. Circle Mirror Transformation, by Annie Baker, tells the story of a community drama class and the students who are changed by it. Young plays Lauren, the youngest student in the class, and perhaps the most cynical about the unique exercises, when the course begins. We got a chance to ask Lauren a few questions about her experience in Circle Mirror Transformation and her thoughts on the Denver theatre scene (as a relative newcomer).

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Interview: Angela Reed’s Inside View of DCTC’s Map of Heaven

Map of Heaven centers on Lena, an artist who is set for her first big New York gallery shoring, and her husband, a radiologist, who changes both of their lives when he makes on fatally bad choice. We recently had a chance to sit down with Angela Reed, who plays Rebecca (Lena’s agent) to ask her some questions regarding her return home to Denver, working on a world premiere, and her take on this moving new piece.
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