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Jan 2014 • Couples
This is my favorite theater in the entire town. It is off 2nd and Federal, and called "Denver's Dangerous Theater". The website is: www.dangeroustheatre.com. They do plays you have never seen before. It is a small crowd, and everyone is very friendly. Tickets range from $5 to $20. You can bring in your own bottle of wine. Coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks are FREE. Once you go to one play here you will be hooked. A great place to take friends visiting from out of town. Plays tend to be adult themes, so use caution in bringing teens or those easily offended.
Written April 15, 2014
Dec 2013 • Couples
I am not an active play goer but one of the plays in this venue caught my eye so I visited it last night. The theater is just off of 6th Avenue and Federal with plenty of parking. The theater is sparsely staffed in order to keep costs low, so we saw the owner doing a lot of the work such as taking in people at the door for tickets, etc. The theater produces many locally written plays and gives 40% of proceeds to the actors which I thought was pretty cool. The theater also has free soda, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and snacks (when I went, mainly sweets and cookies) which I thought was totally cool, and it's also... drum roll please... BYOB which is pretty rad, they even have a cork screw out for you to open your wine when you get there. I enjoyed this particular production, which the owner wrote and produced. It was funny, quirky, and I enjoyed how "different" it was than the usual fare. The one minor downside is that the seating is basically one step above folding chairs, the chairs are upright with metal frames though they do have nice cushioning on them, but the main downside was the tables so small and wobbly that I kept kicking or almost kicking it all night, spilling my free tea, but hey, given that it was free that was no big deal. If you like home grown things and supporting local businesses this is one for sure to try.
Written December 8, 2013
Dec 2014 • Friends
DOUBLE FEATURE SUNDAY: Saw "The Perfect Gift" and "Unwrapped" at Denver Dangerous Theater. Grab a bottle of wine, a box of tissue and a loved one. You gotta see these! Ms. Winglewick's writing, staging, and production are without compare. The venue itself is fun and funky, the vibe- laid back with just the right amount of fringe thrown in. This is truly a hidden gem.
Written December 21, 2014
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