Goddess People, a drama in real time, returns to the stage in 2017, after a successful run in 2015. Goddess People will be staged in Denver and Kansas City. Goddess People will also be a part of the 2017 Colorado Theatre Festival. Most of the original cast is returning for this year's production.
Stand Still & Look Stupid
Stand Stilll & Look Stupid, one of our newest plays, presents the incredible life story of screen icon and inventor Hedy Lamarr. Stand Still & Look Stupid is produced with special permission from the Estate of Hedy Lamarr. The production premiered in 2016, but takes to the stage this year with a brand new cast.
One of our world premieres in 2017 is Escort Me. The comedy-drama tells the tale of a seasoned male escort and a young man on the run who considers the profession. The play is slated to premiere in Denver.
Call Me Mrs. Evers
Starring the amazing LaDios Muhammad, directed by Rich Beall, and written by Mike Broemmel & Seth Holley, Call Me Mrs. Evers premieres this year in the iconic Five Points District in Denver. The play recounts the life story of civil rights leader Myrlie Evers, whose husband was assassinated in 1963. Five Points was once dubbed the Harlem of the West.
Located at 5721 S. Spotswood, Littleton, Colorado, (303) 756-9322
Set in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, River'd Inn brings together two women from very different worlds in this new comedy-drama. River'd Inn makes its world premiere this fall.
Located at 910 Santa Fe Drive in the Arts District on Santa Fe In Denver, Colorado
The Bonfils Girl
Starring the incomparable Cathy Washburn, The Bonfils Girl is beginning its second year in production. The play is leading the way in the new Play in a Pub™ project and will be staged at the Lakewood Heritage Center as part of special history project this summer. The play won the Excellence in Theatre Award for Historical Interpretation at the 2016 Colorado Theatre Festival.
Taking Tea with the Ripper
One of our most popular plays of all times continues its run for a second year in 2017. The play stars Art Razo in the title role. Ripper is described as "disturbing ... but in a spectacular way."