Aspenite’s ‘The Agent’ comes to Theatre Fest

August 25, 2015

Aspenite's 'The Agent' comes to Theatre Fest One horrible boss brings two Hollywood dreamers together in Aspenite Scott Martin’s new play “The Agent,” which gets its first staged reading tonight at the Aspen Theatre Fest. The two-character comedy stars Allen E. Read (seen earlier this summer in Theater...

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Entering the Spotlight: Artists Get the Chance to Debut Works in Front of Aspen Audience

August 21, 2015

by Christine Benedetti It takes about seven years for original musicals to come to fruition.    Andrew Butler and Andrew Farmer are five years into the making of theirs (counting from when the idea was first uttered), and it brings a story of love, coming of age and swampland Florida to Aspen....

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Fresh faces take center stage at Theatre Aspen

August 9, 2015

The young performers in the Theatre Aspen Apprentice program get their time in the spotlight this weekend. The musical actors, who have shared the stage with pros in three Theatre Aspen shows all summer, are staging a showcase Sunday night at the Hurst Theatre. The one-night production promises show tunes, jazz standards, pop...

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Disco Lives! Original Broadway Stars of Saturday Night Fever to Reunite at 54 Below

August 6, 2015

Let’s face it, you should be dancing. So put on your boogie shoes and head over to 54 Below, home of some of the best nights on Broadway, for a disco inferno celebrating the 1999 musical Saturday Night Fever. Oh, and how deep is your love for original stars James Carpinello, Paige...

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Constantine Maroulis & Alison Luff to Star in New Musical BREAKING THROUGH at Pasadena Playhouse

August 6, 2015

The Pasadena Playhouse (Artistic Director Sheldon Epps) announced today that, Alison Luff (Broadway: Matilda the Musical, Scandalous, GHOST the Musical, Mamma Mia!), and Constantine Maroulis (Broadway: Rock of Ages, Jekyll & Hyde, The Wedding Singer, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas), will lead the cast of...

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In expanded season, Theatre Aspen goes for drama with ‘Other Desert Cities’

August 5, 2015

“Other Desert Cities,” the fourth and final show in Theatre Aspen’s summer repertory, opens Wednesday night at the Hurst Theatre. The acclaimed drama about a dysfunctional Palm Springs family, which premiered on Broadway in 2011, signals a return to sober-minded theater for the local company in an expanded 10-week summer...

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AD Paige Price’s KSPN Radio Interview

July 21, 2015

Listen to Elizabeth Drolet's interview with Artistic Director Paige Price here.  Price discusses the summer season and the who, how, why and when! ...

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Students and Broadway vets perform together in ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’

July 19, 2015

When a series of “Peter Pan” prequel books was released a decade ago, Spencer Hansen was still in their target audience. As an adolescent in Oregon, he voraciously read them, beginning with Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson’s “Peter and the Starcatchers.” When playwright Rick Elice adapted it...

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Theatre Aspen receives seven Henry Award Nominations

July 9, 2015

Aspen, Colorado (October 20, 2014) Theatre Aspenannounced today that the organization has received seven nominations for the Colorado Theatre Guild (CTG) Henry Awards, for their 2014 summer season of productions, which included The Full Monty (by Terrence McNally and David Yazbek), Little Women, the Musical ...

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When “Troubles” Take the Spotlight

June 29, 2015

A t the beginning of “Cabaret,” the emcee – a joker-like, flamboyant character – invites people to “leave your troubles outside.” Inside, dancing, drinking, drugs and orgies await. There are sexy women and beautiful men. There’s lots of money. It’s...

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