Previews and Articles
March 2015: A preview of Old Friends "Stories on Stage Celebrates Old Friends" by Deb Flomberg, axs.com
February 2015: A preview of Red, White and Sometimes Blue by Lisa Bornstein
September 2013: A Review of Big Bad Wolfe! "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Actor Rene Auberjonois Bring Tom Wolfe to Life" by Colleen Bement, examiner.com
April 2013: Bless the Beasts, A Review by Lisa Bornstein
December 2012: A Review of Making Merry"Stories on Stage (Holiday Edition)" by Kim Betzner, 303 Magazine
November 2012: A Review of Fixated"Stories of Obsession" by Kim Betzner, 303 Magazine
November 2012: "James Avery, 'Fresh Prince's' Uncle Phil, takes the stage this weekend in Denver" by Deb Flomberg, DTE
October 2012: Boulder Writers' Workshop: "Creating a Theatre of the Mind" by Amy K. Nichols
October 2012: Feast on these stories: Chefs, writers and actors tell their best food tales at "Feed Your Soul" event By Kristen Browning-Blas, Denver Post
October 2012: Amanda M. Faison's Post on 5280 about Feed Your Soul: Stories from the Kitchen
October 2012: Boulder County shows mix food, art and theater by Cindy Sutter, Daily Camera
September 2012: "Kitchen Stories", Yellow Scene Magazine
September 2012: "Stories on Stage brings a little mayhem into your weekend" by Deb Flomberg, DTE
July 2012: "CMF program goes 'beyond' the planets” by Kelly Dean Hansen, Daily Camera
May 2012: "Celebrate Small Victories with Stories on Stage” by Deb Flomberg, DTE
March 2012: "Stories on Stage shakes things up with Distant Voices on Sunday” by Juliet Wittman, Westword
March 2012: "Distant Voices: Sad story of nun Alicia Ramirez's mother leads to Patrocino e Yo
By Claire Martin, Denver Post
February 2012: "Stories on Stage presents digital storytelling" by Deb Flomberg, DTE
January 2012: "Short and Sweet" by Susan Froyd, Westword
January 2012: "Very very very short stories w. Buntport Theater and Stories on Stage" by Deb Flomberg, DTE
Click here for a Colorado Matters segment as Ryan Warner talks with The Stories of Your Life Director Anthony Powell & Denver Post Writer Claire Martin: Colorado Matters
Anthony Powell was interviewed about Stories on Stage by Comcast.
During our September 26 performance of Nobody Likes a Smartass we visited with two actors, Frank Corrado & Rachel Fowler, about reading a story to a live audience. Take a look into our unique artform from the actor's point-of-view by visiting our video on YouTube.
Following our June 7 performance of We Are PHAMALy, there are two video clips posted on YouTube. One is part of the audience talk-back following a performance. The second are one-on-one interviews between Norma Moore, Stories on Stage's artistic director, and actors from PHAMALy. The Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League (PHAMALY) is a theatre group and touring company that performs throughout the greater Denver area. As a not-for-profit membership organization, PHAMALY is dedicated to producing traditional theatre in nontraditional ways.
In June, 2009, Denver's Stories on Stage released a video of clips from some of our shows along with a complete story on DVD, "Some of Us Have Been Threatening Our Friend Colby" by Donald Barthelme, read by John Hutton. To see the clip, click here. To get your own copy of the DVD, call 303.494.0523.
On March 14, 2008, Denver's Stories on Stage received the first-ever Community Inclusiveness Award from the American Red Cross Mile High Chapter. Click here to watch the video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=vPDVajvZttg
Stories on Stage has a history of producing shows about issues important to our community, including slavery in America, mental health, homelessness, and addiction. Here is a montage of special moments from the show we created on addiction and recovery, Addiction-Free: The Road from Hell.http://www.youtube.com/v/hn1CbE-dcGw