Tag Archives: Theater

“Nunsense” is indeed, “habit-forming”

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor When a show’s description starts out by stating, “Sister Julia, Child of God, has inadvertently poisoned 52 sisters,” you know it’s going to be funny… Read more »

Tune-in for “Clue” New BHS production showcases wealth of talent

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor There has been a trend ever since Cheryl and Chris Kouns took over the Berthoud High School drama team in 2014. Every school year the… Read more »

Act and react – Festive and interactive show coming to Rialto

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor You sit down with family and friends at the reception dinner. It’s an Italian-American wedding so the meal includes homemade spaghetti with a side salad… Read more »

Newsies is high-energy fun for the whole family

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Candlelight Dinner Playhouse’s production of Disney’s “Newsies” is an entertaining, high-energy show that’s full of heart and humor and well worth making a point to… Read more »

This summer go under the sea at BDT

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Boulder Dinner Theater (BDT) has taken on Disney’s The Little Mermaid, an ambitious and wonderful family-friendly production, with gusto. The stage musical is based on… Read more »

Longmont theater teacher Neana Winslow brings summer camp to Berthoud

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor A Longmont theater teacher wants to bring a theater camp to her local Berthoud community to fill a gap. Neana Winslow will offer the second… Read more »

Man of La Mancha at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse Review

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor I’ll start with full disclosure – Man of La Mancha has never been my favorite musical. In the play the classic 17th century novel Don… Read more »

Broadway quality entertainment in your own backyard

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor The lobby is crowded and budding with anticipation as you enter the large building. You are then escorted to a table in the hall and… Read more »