By John Moore To see caption information on any photo above, or to see the gallery on a mobile phone, click here. (It will be on the lower-left corner.) Or just click “show info” on any photo. By John Moore Nov. 1, 2013 The Creede Repertory Theatre marked the closing of its annual fall staging… Continue reading Photos: Creede Rep leaves town with party to announce 2014 plans
Dramatic photos of the three forest fires near Creede that have cast a surreal haze over the Creede Repertory Theatre’s 2013 summer season. The shows are going on because fire authorities have determined the town 250 miles southwest of Denver to be safe. Photos by John Gary Brown and Charles Maze. To see caption information… Continue reading Shows go on, theaters safe as fires rage near Creede, Pagosa Springs
By John Moore Nov. 2, 2012 The Creede Repertory Theatre’s first full season under new artistic director Jessica Jackson will reflect the company’s longstanding commitment to mixing groundbreaking new work with Broadway musicals and theater for children. But the 48th summer season at the acclaimed theater nestled in the mountains 250 miles south of… Continue reading Creede Rep season will mark dawn of Jackson era – and zombies
By John Moore Oct. 18, 2012 A new national initiative will be announced tomorrow that will recognize “the profound contributions of military service families,” and seven Colorado theater companies are helping to lead the way. The Blue Star Theatres program, founded by the national Theatre Communications Group service organization, will team 57 of its… Continue reading Colorado theater companies join forces for military families
CultureWest counts down the “11 most intriguing titles” of the upcoming fall theater season in Colorado.
The Creede Repertory Theatre said goodbye to Maurice LaMee on July 29, 2012, after 12 years as executive and artistic director. Video by John Moore. Interviews include Trary Maddalone, Christy Brandt, Steven Cole Hughes, Jeff Carey, Adam Bartley, Cat Auger, Tosin Morohunfola, B.J. Myers, Brian Kusic and John Gary Brown.
Dave Shirley’s YouTube video imbroglio. See news item, below. By John Moore Theatre on Broadway, the iconic home for Denver’s former long-running gay theater company Theatre Group, is slated to become the new home of the trendy Matthew Morris hair and skincare salon. The salon will soon be moving from its present location three blocks… Continue reading Theatre on Broadway to become Matthew Morris hair salon