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The Arvada Center breaks out of the holiday pack.

La Cage Aux Folles
The Arvada Center breaks out of the holiday pack.

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Running Lines with … Michael E. Gold

John Moore’s weekly audio podcasts
Running Lines with … Michael E. Gold

This week on Running Lines, Denver Post theater critic John Moore talks with the actor playing Georges in the Arvada Center’s “La Cage aux Folles.” click here. Then click on the miniplayer’s triangular “play” button, and the podcast will begin playing without your having to download.

La Cage makes 3 Stars

Review: “La Cage aux Folles”
*** RATING | Musical sparkles in Arvada
By John Moore
Denver Post Theater Critic
Article Last Updated: 11/29/2007 12:11:50 AM MST

You’ll not find a play or musical with a clearer mantra than this: “I am what I am.”

The Arvada Center’s “La Cage aux Folles” is a garish, audacious and flamboyantly fun musical comedy, but its goal is so heartbreakingly humble: tolerance. The stakes here aren’t nearly as high as in its forebear, “Cabaret,” but their parallel pleas echo, from World War II Berlin, past the 1980s French Rivera, to Arvada today.

This is a smart, heartfelt old musical that doesn’t feel old, because we still haven’t quite gotten the message.

Read the rest of John Moore’s Denver Post Review… CLICK HERE

‘Plaid’ makes a checkered comeback

‘Plaid’ makes a checkered comeback
By Lisa Bornstein, Rocky Mountain News

Friday, November 16, 2007

The boys in plaid are back, in an utterly contrived and too-long show that’s nonetheless beautifully performed, directed and choreographed.  Read the whole review at Rocky Mtn New Website.