Photos: My night at Springs Ensemble Theatre’s ‘A Steady Rain’

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By John Moore
Oct. 25, 2013

Opening No. 124: Springs Ensemble Theatre’s “A Steady Rain”: If you loved “The Shield” on FX, you are certain to get Vic Mackey flashbacks while watching the equally round-headed rogue cop played by Steve Emily in Keith Huff’s uncompromising crime drama now being staged by the Springs Ensemble Theatre. In the story, two cops are longtime partners, best friends since childhood … and seriously flawed human beings. One is single, a recovering alcoholic and lonely. The other is married with children, but there are clearly … shades of Mackey. What begins as a routine domestic disturbance call snowballs into an uncompromising downfall that tests their loyalties. For mature audiences. Starring Steve (Vic Mackey) Emily as Denny, and Matt Radcliffe as Joey. Directed by David Palmbeck. Through Oct. 27. Remaining showtimes: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, plus 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, at 1903 E. Cache La Poudre in Colorado Springs. Call 719-447-1646 or go to the Springs Ensemble Theatre’s home page. Thanks: Keri Pollakoff and Keegan Jenney. All photos by John Moore for www.CultureWest.Org..

To see the official “Opening Nights” photo series to date (these are outtakes), click here: www.culturewest.org/?p=6068. All photos by John Moore for www.CultureWest.Org.

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Steve Emily getting down with his bad Vic Mackey self.

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