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Harold and Maude By Colin Higgins Oct 3rd - Nov 9th Directed by Pam Clifton This highly anticipated play, based on the hit 1971 film, features Director Pam Clifton with Debbie Persoff as Maude and Jose Zuniga as Harold.  This is the love story between two unlikely people as Harold considers what is worth living for. Things change when he sees life through the eyes of a wacky and unusual older woman named Maude. This romantic dark comedy is a timeless tale that reaches across generations. CLICK HERE for tickets...

The two-character story spans fifty years, from 1895 to 1945, as it focuses on the ups and downs experienced by Agnes and Michael Snow throughout their marriage. Book by Tom Jones Music by Harvey Schmidt Lyrics by Tom Jones Based on The Fourposter by Jan de Hartog Sep 26th – Nov 2nd Directed by Lorraine Scott Click Here for tickets  ...

By Quincy Snowdow at the Aurora Sentinel Mack is back, baby. The aptly titled Vintage Theater has dusted off the oft-forgotten musical relic Mack & Mabel and uncovered a show teeming with character. The Vintage breathes new life into the play’s larger-than-life personalities that have been begging to revisit the glitter of the stage after being shooed off Broadway some 40 years ago. Click Here for the full review...

3.5 out of 4 stars from the Denver Post! Review by Claire Martin Vintage Theatre's effervescent production of the rarely mounted show "Mack & Mabel" is faster than a chorus girl's wink, a romance that parallels the budding Hollywood movie industry. Mack Sennett (Keegan Flaugh) is a confident, opportunistic director and producer who discovers Mabel (Rachelle Wood), a feisty, photogenic deli waitress. Click Here for the full review...