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Aug. 4 – Aug. 6, 2017

Vintage Theatre proudly presents our first ever New Play Festival! Featuring 6 staged readings of all new, original works from Colorado playwrights:

Individual show tickets are $5. Festival passes, which grant you access to any shows of your choosing during the weekend, are available for $20.

– LARNED by David Jensen
– FISHEATERS by Nina Miller
– FRACTURED MOONLIGHT by Carrie Printz
– WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? by David Marlowe
– THE POLITICS OF INERTIA by Scott Gibson
– THE SPARE ROOM by Dakota Hill.

June 23 – Aug. 6, 2017

This hit Broadway musical is a tribute to country music legend Johnny Cash. His iconic songs string together a unique musical journey of darkness and faith, struggle and success, love and redemption, and home and family. This revealing and exhilarating musical revue features more than two dozen songs made famous by “The Man in Black” including Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk the Line, A Boy Named Sue, and Ring of Fire.

Created by Richard Maltby Jr. Conceived by Bill Meade.

Directed by Kelly Van Oosbree.

June 9 – July 23, 2017

It’s opening night of Peter Austin’s new play and everyone is anxiously waiting to see if the show is a hit. With his career on the line, he shares his big night with his best friend, the novice producer, the doped-up diva, the genius director, a lethal drama critic, and a fresh-off-the-bus coat check attendant. What could possibly go wrong?

Suggested for ages 17 and up due to strong language. May not be appropriate for those easily offended by the d-word, the f-word, the s-word, and the k-word.

By Terrence McNally.

A Co-Production with Spotlight Theater. Directed by Katie Mangett

May 20 to June 10, Saturdays at 2 p.m.

Aurora seemed born lucky! A princess with three magical godmothers? Too bad her parents left the most important guest uninvited. Can Aurora avoid the curse and achieve her rock and roll dreams? Or is she doomed to sleep forever? Join us for this family-friendly interactive theatre event to find out! You never know who might show up in this highly irreverent retelling of the classic tale!

April 7 – May 21, 2017

When a father kills the two men who attacked his daughter, it’s up to a young attorney to keep him from a death sentence and a community from being torn apart. Based on John Grisham’s explosive best-selling novel.

By Rupert Holmes, from the novel by John Grisham.

Directed by Bernie Cardell

In a quiet night at Lou’s Bar, two kindred spirits seek solace as they navigate changing times and relationships past. From the author of The Outgoing Tide comes an intimate exploration of friendship, forgiveness, and the longing for companionship that grows with the passage of time.

Plays in the Grace Gamm Theatre on 3/24 at 7:30, 3/25 at 2:30, 3/25 at 7:30

Plays in the Carsen Theatre on 3/30 at 7:30 and 3/31 at 7:30

Starring Emma Messenger, Chris Kendall, and Peter Marullo
Directed by Lorraine Scott

Tickets are $20 

February 14 – 18, 2017

Starring the incomparable Emma Messenger and originally produced by The Edge Theatre Company, this one-woman, one-of-a-kind show invites you into the glamorous Beverly Hills home of one of Hollywood’s original super-agents. Brace yourself for a night filled with the kind of insider info only a woman like Sue could dish out!

Written by Tony Award winner John Logan (Red) and directed by Josh Hartwell, I’LL EAT YOU LAST is an evening of chat that is hilarious, profane, and ultimately heartbreaking.

I’LL EAT YOU LAST will play at Boulder’s Dairy Arts Center from 2/14 through 2/18. Tickets are $20. To reserve yours, visit https://tickets.thedairy.org/Online/default.asp.

March 31 – May 21, 2017

Jennifer is just an average girl who re-engineers obsolete missile components for the U.S. Army from her bedroom. When she decides to meet her birth mother in China but can’t leave her home due to her agoraphobia, she uses her technological genius to devise a new form of human contact in this comedic drama.

By Rolin Jones

Directed by Mark Pergola

February 3 – March 19, 2017

Based on the world-wide hit movie, Billy Elliot, the Musical tells the inspirational story of a young boy’s struggle against the odds to make his dreams come true.

Music and Lyrics by Elton John, Book by Lee Hall

Directed by Bernie Cardell