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Author: deb flomberg

We'd love if you could take just a couple of minutes to give us some feedback on our shows and the experience you've had visiting Vintage Theatre. This is a very short survey and should only take a minute or two of your time. Thank you so much for your help and your support of Vintage Theatre Productions! ...

  Review by Craig Williamson, North Denver Tribune: Vintage Theatre has grown into a prolific company since moving in 2012 from their uptown location on 17th Avenue to their current home in the Aurora Arts District, offering a season of eleven productions this year.  I was impressed by the company’s work in their old space, but had not yet made the trek to Aurora for a show. Ken Ludwig’s farce Lend Me A Tenor has long been on my list of shows to see, so I used that as an excuse to travel eastward.  I found that Vintage delivers a tight production of this clever farce, featuring several strong performances. CLICK HERE to continue reading the review...

Meet "The Lyons" - secrets and lies, fangs, claws and all (review) * * * stars (out of 4) | Dark comedy By Lisa Kennedy Denver Post Theater Critic "I think of myself as a fighter," playwright Nicky Silver said in an interview with Sarah Stern, co-artistic director of New York's Vineyard Theatre, which has mounted a number of Silver's works, starting with his 1993 breakthrough "Pterodactyls." "I experience life as an endless slugfest," he added. No kidding, you may respond, after seeing his combative comedy "The Lyons" on stage at the Vintage Theatre, through March 9. Ben Lyons is dying. When he reminds wife Rita of this sorry fact, lying in a nondescript hospital room, she replies tartly, barely looking up from the home décor magazine she thumbs a little too furiously, "I know, but try to be positive."...

The Lyons Review by David Marlowe Vintage Theatre: 2/7 – 3/9 Nicky Silver’s “The Lyons” is dark serious drama with a decidedly comic edge that will set you free! It’s a no-holds-barred black comedy of the devastatingly funny variety!! If you think you’ve seen button pushing controlling parents and siblings, wait til you meet the Lyons. CLICK HERE for the full review....