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In a walk-up apartment on Manhattan’s West Side, Frankie and Johnny have just had their first encounter, after having met several weeks ago on the job. Frankie (a waitress) has had more disappointments than delights in life and Johnny (a short-order cook) is the veteran of one broken marriage already, and neither of them is in the bloom of youth. Yet out of their sometimes touching, sometimes hilarious interplay the promise of a relationship beyond a "one-night stand" does begin to emerge. Starring Andrew and Kelly Uhlenhopp Written by Terrence McNally Directed by Missy Moore * This show includes partial nudity. * For mature audiences only...

Returning to Vintage Theatre, in collaboration with Spotlight Theatre Company: THE BIG BANG - an explosively funny musical comedy! In this outrageous musical, two actors are desperate to line up funding for their new musical The Big Bang, so they've set up a "backers audition" and you're invited! The musicalextravaganza they've written is the biggest thing Broadway has ever seen and depicts the entire history of the world - from the formation of the planets to the most important events in history - Adam and Eve! The Pyramids! Cher! Broadway will never be the same! Music by Jed Feuer Book and Lyrics by Boyd Graham Directed by Katie Mangett ...

What Really Happened Once Upon A Time “A Fractured-Fairy Tale Musical” This award winning musical turns the tables on the “big bad wolf” stereotype.  Sending the message that there are always two sides to every story.  Filled with zany characters, this proves to be delightful summer fare for families and day time campers.  The production stars the students of the Vintage Youth Theatre Summer Academy. Performances June 27-June 30 at 10:00 am Special evening performance June 30th at 7:00 pm Tickets $5 for the 10:00 am shows $10 for the 7:00 pm show Call 303-629-9115 for reservations ...

In 1905, Esther Mills is a skilled African-American seamstress. She has her own successful business, making lingerie for both society ladies, Mrs. Van Buren in particular, and "ladies of the night." Esther has a failed romantic relationship with George Armstrong, who is working on the Panama Canal. She has an unlikely friendship with Mr. Marks, an Orthodox Jew. Based on the life of Nottage's great-grandmother, this is a powerful piece of theatre you don't want to miss! Starring Lisa Young as Esther Mills Directed by Seth Rossman Click Here for Tickets...