Theater review: "Cock" at the Edge and Avenue theaters    03/20/2015
Maybe it's fitting that a play with a name suggesting a bloody, feathers-flying showdown is at the center of an unusual theatrical occurrence. Earlier in the month, Brit playwright Mike Bartlett's prickly comedy "Cock" had its regional premiere at Lakewood's Edge Theatre....
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COCK Fight, PART 1 - Edge Theater    3/17/2015
The Edge's Cock is grippingly directed by Robert Kramer, featuring Michael Bouchard as John, Brian Landis Folkins as "M," Rachel Bouchard as "W" and Chris Kendall as "F." If you don't count the clever cockfight-style arena (designed by Christopher Waller), the show is completely void of any set or props, just the way the authort intended.

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Sparring Partners Take Center Stage in Cock    3/18/2015
Mike Bartlett’s play is titled Cock, and, yes — to get the snickers out of the way up front — the title does refer to the male organ, and it feels pretty odd to call the Edge Theater Company’s box office for two tickets or tell your friends you’re off to see Cock. It’s also true that the set looks like an arena for cockfighting, or perhaps dog-fighting, and in many ways the action is a prolonged battle.
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Let's Talk Cock (The Play, You Dirty Things!)    3/17/2015
On West Colfax at Teller Street, you’ll find a shiny and modern example of Denver’s community theater. Upon walking into their art-filled, contemporary space we perused their three-alcove art gallery displaying works from local artists. That alone is worth a visit, but on this Friday night, we were there to experience COCK. No, it’s not what you think. Well, it kind of is what you think, but probably not in the way you’re thinking it. (Well, ok maybe it is … or at least we hope!)...
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It's the Edge. Expect to be pushed to theatrical limits...to the "edge". It's Cock.    03/09/2015
It’s the Edge.  Expect to be pushed to theatrical limits…to the "edge.”  It’s Cock. 
Yes; it’s about exactly what you think.  (Which is to say that this show is not about the barnyard bird.)  I don’t want to spoil the story, so I will only give you the description that the theater has used on its website.  You have to buy a ticket to get the rest of the story.

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