Boulder Dinner Theatre
It’s funny, outrageous and a Tony award winner. Avenue Q performed by the Boulder Dinner Theatre is delightful but not for the whole family, even though its stars are puppets.
It’s a Rodgers and Hammerstein favorite that premiered on TV in 1957 rather than the Broadway stage. But Cinderella has found new life in a new production at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre.
There are just a few shows left to catch “The Drowsy Chaperone” at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre. CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody says it’s one that shouldn’t be missed.
There’s a version of “Phantom” on the stage that may not be what audiences are used to, but CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody says just give it a chance.
Actress Amy Adams, one of many Coloradans who has become famous in Hollywood, has been nominated once again for an Academy Award.