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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Mountain Theatre in July, too

I knew I would forget at least one.
More July shows:
Murphy Funkhouser's one-woman show Crazy Bag opens this week at the Backstage Theatre in Breckenridge and runs through August 12. It will run in rep first with the July 6 opening of The Hobbit, and then Smell of the Kill (featuring my good friend Jacquelyn Lies, and Denver actresses Mare Trevathan and Trina Magness), which opens July 20 and runs through August 19th. The Hobbit will continue to run with daytime performances through September 2nd. Confused? Me, too. Fortunately there's also a calendar.
On the other end of Summit County, The Lake Dillon Theatre will be presenting two popular and subversive musicals on alternating weekends throughout the summer. Chicago opens June 29th and The Rocky Horror Show opens July 6th. Equally popular, but somewhat less subversive, Forever Plaid will be running on Thursdays only at the Pavilion in nearby Keystone. Fun for the whole family School House Rock, Live! opens at the Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre at Keystone July 5th. You can get more info on all three of these shows here.
Looks like some great shows this summer up the mountain as well as down here in the Front Range area.
As always, if you have shows or info to add, please feel free to use the comments section for that purpose.
Okay, my red-hooded little darlings, that's all for now. I'm going to see Hunger Artists production of Letters to Home on Saturday. Looking forward to it. Maybe I'll see you there.

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