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During a four-day extended weekend, I managed to take in plays presented by the Denver Center Theatre Company and the Curious Theatre Company, a concert by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and a touring production of Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, in addition to two performances of Norma.
She has been a regular at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and also performed at the Kennedy Center; the English Theatre in Vienna, Austria; Seattle Repertory Theatre; A Contemporary Theatre, also in Seattle; Sacramento Theatre Company and Denver Center Theatre Company.
In a dramatic illustration of Denver's fondness for theater, the Denver Center Theatre Company (DCTC) and the Royal Shakespeare Company this fall will present the world premiere of Tantalus, an unparalleled 10-part epic written by John Barton and inspired by ancient Greek festivals.
In addition to The Cincinnati Playhouse, his work has been mounted at The Guthrie, Washington's Arena Stage, Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival, Denver Center Theatre Company and now in Houston at The Ensemble Theatre.
Developed and produced at the Denver Center Theatre Company, "Quilters" focuses on a pioneer woman Sarah, who is getting on in years and preparing her last quilt - a legacy quilt - to give to her daughters.
After its premiere run, presented by the Denver Center Theatre Company through April 1, Kaufman plans to take the show to Laramie and to New York as soon as possible.
Elsewhere in the complex, the Denver Center Theatre Company performs Shakespeare's Julius Caesar February 3 through 29 in modified in-the-round style at The Space, a 435-seat theater.
Elizabeth Osborn Award, given each year to an emerging playwright, for her play, WAITING TO BE INVITED, staged by the Denver Center Theatre Company.