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Archive for July 11, 2009

A Murder Most Enjoyable

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder For more than 50 years, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival has been bringing the comedies, tragedies and histories of the incomparable English bard to sold-out audiences in Boulder. The second-oldest Shakespeare festival -- and one of the top three according to Time magazine -- in the country, CSF kicked off its 2009 season on July 2 to a packed audience with Shakespeare’s longest play, “Hamlet.” Since joining CSF as producing artistic director in 2007, ... Full Story

Price of Admission: 'Moon' — A Space

By Kyle Lee Berthoud Recorder Over the past decade, the world has been taught that a sci-fi movie meant an audience would be dazzled by incredible special effects but not the script. For the most part, these movies were just giant set pieces with just enough dialogue to justify them happening. But in the 1970s and ’80s, sci-fi movies challenged the viewer. It was human drama that just so happened to be set in the future or what have you. (more…)

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