'Something Rotten!' Brings Big Laughs To Denver"Something Rotten!" was nominated for 10 Tony Awards including Best Musical. Set in the time of Shakespeare, it depicts the hilarity that ensures when two brothers try to make a name for themselves by write the very first musical.
Shakespeare Festival On 16th Street Mall Goes On Despite The WeatherThe rain and snow mix really put a real damper on outdoor activities like Denver School's annual Shakespeare Festival on Friday.
Why 'As You Like It' Is A Great Introduction To ShakespeareOver the years a lot of people remain afraid of Shakespeare. The poetry of the language, those convoluted plots... but there is no reason to be scared and As You Like It is the best place to start.
'They Are Heroes,' Says Woman Who Had Dog Swept Away In FloodwatersOn Saturday there was a rescue in Evergreen that had a happy ending when a swift-water team saved a dog who became stuck under a flooded bridge.
'Macbeth' Adaptation Takes Over Niwot HomeThe Lerner household these days looks more like a Hollywood soundstage than a private residence.
Shakespeare Mural Restored After 75 Years In The BlackAn elaborate mural of Shakespeare and his works has been painstakingly restored at the University of Denver, after it was painted over in black paint.
Moody: New 'Midsummer Night' Is Funny, PoeticIt's a new production of an old classic that's got CBS4's Critic at Large Greg Moody smiling and he's hopes show-goers will be too.