News about Geoffrey’s directing.

Review: The cast of Midsummer features no shortage of standouts

Kent’s approach to Shakespeare is respectfully disrespectful… and the wonderful thing is that while everyone on stage is clearly having a good time, nobody’s self-absorbed, hamming it up or stepping on anyone else’s toes, thanks to director Geoffrey Kent’s terrific structure and pacing.

Feature: Denver’s Geoffrey Kent, actor and fight director for theater companies

Geoffrey Kent is sitting in a quiet Boulder restaurant making a face as he recounts a fall he took during the Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s production of the ridiculously pleasurable farce “Noises Off.” Don’t fret. It was a planned fall… sort of…

Review: Cowboy Macbeth

Dirty and daring, intense and intimate, Listen Productions’ cowboy-themed “Macbeth” is Shakespeare for a new generation.