Stage

Woyzeck

When: March 6-16 2014

"A poor young soldier living with his mistress and unblessed child spirals downward into jealousy, apocalyptic visions and murder in a series of astonishing and haunting scenes." That's the description TheatreWorks offers for Woyzeck, performed by UCCS students for the first time tonight at the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater (3955 Regent Circle, theatreworkscs.org, through March 16). Tickets are $15 (free for UCCS students). Also in the realm of theater: Tomorrow night, THEATREdART will debut A Clockwork Orange at Subterranean Nightclub (128½ E. Kiowa St., theatredart.org/tda2, through March 22). This show features "promenade staging" — or a moving production without a traditional stage — and director Michael Lee's updated take on Kubrick's vision of the future, which he describes as "a post-cyberpunk, post-Grand Theft Auto, post-9/11 world." Tickets are $15 general, $5 student, and on March 9, pay-what-you-can. Look for reviews of both plays in next week's Indy. — Edie Adelstein

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