UPCOMING SHOWS AND EVENTS
MAY 17 - 26
BY DAKOTA C HILL
MAY 17 - 26
Daily, 8pm, (No show 5.20)
In rural west Texas, a young man living with a prominent skin disorder awaits the arrival of a stranger whose visit has been orchestrated by his domineering sister under the pretense of a cure. He soon learns that everything comes with a price and that blood isn’t always thicker than water.
COMING IN JUNE
FROM PANDEMIC COLLECTIVE
6.21 - 7.7, Thursdays - Saturdays, 8pm
Back by popular demand! We can't help ourselves, we love a little over-the-top French horror theatre and so do our audiences. In high melodramatic style and steeped in gore, Pandemic's exploration of Grand Guignol this season offers buckets of blood and much more of what our audiences crave!
COMPANIES & COLLECTIVES OF THEATER 29
DIRTYFISH Theater is a collaborative venture of seven mid-career playwrights who have banded together to effect change in the landscape of new play development and production in the Rocky Mountain region. DIRTYFISH is not a theater company, but rather a collective that is committed to developing and producing new works of theater. The group was founded in order to combat the trend of endless staged readings that, all too often, do not lead to full production and to serve as a solutions-based approach to broaden opportunities for Colorado playwrights to get produced IN Colorado.
The Pandemic Collective is a non-profit 501(c)(3) theatre company based in Denver, Colorado dedicated to infecting the masses through horror theatre. By engaging artists and audiences across all mediums, we seek to collaborate as a cultural force to rouse outrage and fear in hope of social change.
Pandemic Collective utilizes artists outside of the conventional performing arts medium (i.e. graphic designers, photographers, sculptors, pick your poison,) combining our diverse artistic influences to create unique horror theatre pieces that are highly infectious and compelling.
Feral Assembly is not a theatre company. We have no season, no board, no budget, no members. We just want to tell stories, on stage and in the studio, that engage a diverse and curious audience.
THE LULUBIRD PROJECT
Theatre, slightly absurd
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