""The Raft"" playing at the Bug Theatre is a clever, and well delivered, production about relationships, aging, and the nuances of family life in Denver. Saturday, January 28th, was my first experience at the ""Bug"" which inhabits the old Navajo Theatre in east Denver. I was delighted with ""The Raft"" and am now smitten with the ""Bug."" This small cozy venue is perfect for those who have an interest in the performing arts, as well as those in search of a great show. ""The Raft"" was entertaining and well rehearsed. Strong performances by the entire cast made the evening fly by. The historic theatre was warm and cozy despite the freezing teperatures outside, although the (original?) seats may be a bit on the small side for patrons with oversized hindquarters.
Pros: Great performances, Good parking, Cozy
Cons: Small seats, Locale mixed, $21.00 tickets