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3.5 STARS OUT OF 4 Review by Claire Martin From the Denver Post First, "The Book of Moron" has absolutely nothing to do with "The Book of Mormon" (neither the prayer book nor the immensely popular musical), apart from cadging a ride on its coattails. That said, Avenue Theater's "The Book of Moron," Robert Dubac's one-man show about Bob, a brain-injured patient struggling to recover his memory of himself, is a terrific show in its own right, witty and incisive. At times, it's almost like a TED talk. There is lean-faced Dubac, cheekbones sharp as his humor, describing his peculiar situation. Click Here to read the rest of the review...

By Courtney Drake-McDonough For the Lowry News We like to think we go through life making the right choices, opting for telling the truth over lying. But sometimes we choose to lie and sometimes lies fall in our laps and we have to decide what to do with them. Is a lie always bad? Is the truth always good? These are the questions swirling around between the four characters in Lobby Hero plaything through July 6 at the Vintage Theatre. The four character’s lives intertwine with allegiances constantly shifting like soft sand. And like soft sand, no one is ever really on solid ground. CLICK HERE to read the rest of the review  ...

Review: 3 stars out of 4From the Denver Post Review by Claire Martin "Grey Gardens" is surprisingly merry for a story about a couple of aging recluses who, by their initial description, lived in squalor more reminiscent of "Hoarders: Buried Alive!" than the genteel "reduced circumstances" that polite society preferred. Click Here for the full review...

Grey Gardens review by David Marlowe In 2007 “Grey Gardens” was nominated for 10 Tony Awards and received three. It also got the Obie Award, The Louise Lortei Award and twelve Drama Desk Awards. Vintage Theatre produced the musical at their previous location on Seventeenth Avenue with great success. Now at their new Aurora location on Dayton they’ve done it again! This time it’s better than ever! CLICK HERE to read the full review...