Performance Reviews

novaconcerts.com

Jazz and rock began their courtship in the late 1960s. For a while, it seemed like they would never get together. From the beginning of rock ‘n’ roll in the ‘50s, the two genres had kept their distance from one another, each professing its distaste for the other. Yet despite their initial antipathy, despite their feelings that they had nothing in common, that they would never even be seen together, much less engage in any sort of “hook up” behavior, they eventually fell for each other, formed a union and produced a new breed of musical progeny.

| Performing Arts Review

Oct 23, 2015
westword.com

Bob Bow's  latest Performing Arts Review focuses on the play As You Like It, currently running at Denver Center for the Performing Arts. 

One of Shakespeare's more complex comedies,  Denver Center Theatre Company brings As You Like It to  life through stellar casting, magical lighting, and heartwarming musical passages.

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Joe Jackson at Paramount Theater | Performance Review

Oct 21, 2015
snipview.com

Night Beat host Geoff Anderson shares a review of Joe Jackson at Paramount Theater on October 8, 2015. Airmen at Baur's Listening Lounge September 2, 2015.

Lookingglass Alice | Performing Arts Review

Sep 25, 2015
DCPA press

Bob Bow's  latest Performing Arts Review focuses on the play Lookingglass Alice, currently running at Denver Center for the Performing Arts. 

An amazing compilation of Alice's many adventures, this production is full of special effects and wizard-like stage craft. 

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Susan Gatschet

Night Beat host Geoff Anderson shares a review of Commander Cody and his West Coast Airmen at Baur's Listening Lounge September 2, 2015.

Commander Cody has been in the boogie business for nearly 50 years now. Trends have come and gone; white wall tires, disco, Paris Hilton, rap music (still waiting for some of those to go), but the Commander continues to boogie on.

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