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2014/15 SEASON

We proudly announce the 17th Season, and commit to expanding the scope of fearless and thought-provoking onstage work for Denver audiences.


2014/15 SEASON

Regional Premiere
All The Rage
Written and Performed by Martin Moran
Directed by Seth Barrish
September 6 – October 5, 2014
Previews September 4 – 5, 2014

Broadway veteran and Colorado native Martin Moran wrote and starred in Curious’ acclaimed 2004 production of The Tricky Part. As a result of that award-winning show, he was asked where was the anger over his boyhood trauma? All the Rage is a globetrotting quest for the answer, spanning from Manhattan to the Rockies to Johannesburg, South Africa. The people Moran meets along the way—his estranged stepmother, a guide who can’t read maps, and an African refugee seeking asylum in the US—help him as he charts his own course through rage and compassion.

Limited Engagement!
The Tricky Part

Written and Performed by Martin Moran
Originally Directed by Seth Barrish
September 10, 20, 27 & October 2, 5, 2014

Crafted with disarming humor and candor, The Tricky Part is a riveting coming-of-age through the eyes of one boy who was forced to confront religion, sexuality, and human trespass. It is a universal tale of how we’re all bombarded with choices between good and evil, and of how tricky it can be to choose. Presented as a limited engagement, The Tricky Part is a chance to experience the first of Martin Moran’s award-winning one-man shows. Add The Tricky Part to your subscription today!

National New Play Network
Rolling World Premiere
Lucky Me

By Robert Caisley
Directed by Chip Walton
October 25 – December 6, 2014
Previews October 23 – 24, 2014

After Sara Fine’s latest emergency room visit, she returns to her apartment to find that the light bulbs are burnt out; there’s yet another leak in the roof; the fish are dead; the cat’s gone AWOL; and her blind, elderly father is poised and waiting to browbeat her ride home, a friendly TSA agent named Tom. Some people have all the luck, but thanks to a 22-year-old curse, Sara’s hasn’t been so great lately. This World Premiere is a gleefully dark comedy about love, aging, airport security and how just one little win can put you back on top.

This production is a Rolling World Premiere, produced in part by the National New Play Network giving theplaywright the chance for continued development, and the opportunity for the play to have a continued life in the theatres across the country.

Regional Premiere
Charles Ives Take Me Home

By Jessica Dickey
Directed by Christy Montour-Larson
January 10 – February 14, 2015
Previews January 8 – 9, 2015

Modernist composer Charles Ives officiates a generational scrimmage between a virtuoso violinist and his basketball coach daughter. A lyrical and music-filled journey by a writer that The New York Times calls “one to watch,” this inspiring new work explores the difficult relationship between a father and daughter whose dissonant passions create a fugue of disappointments and missed chances.

Regional Premiere
The Brother/Sister Plays: InThe Red and Brown Water

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
Directed by Dee Covington
March 7 – April 18, 2015
Previews March 5 – 6, 2015

In the world of San Pere—a Louisiana town suspended between myth and reality—the song of the women is both plaintive and powerful. This seductive, intoxicating prequel to The Brothers Size tells the story of Oya, a young woman who must either match life’s grueling pace or be trampled by it.

Denver Premiere

By Lisa D’Amour
Directed by Chip Walton
May 9 – June 20, 2015
Previews May 7 – 8, 2015

Ben and Mary, a typical family living in a typical suburb, welcome into their lives the enigmatic couple that moves in next door. But as this foursome bonds over backyard barbecues, their hospitality turns incendiary, reducing the facades they’ve built to ashes. As hilarious as it is menacing, Pulitzer Prize finalist Detroit implodes the American Dream, revealing a dangerous and barren new landscape.

Limited Engagement
The Brother/Sister Plays: The Brothers Size

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
Directed by Dee Covington
July 11 – August 1, 2015
Previews July 9 – 10, 2015

Two brothers, the Louisiana bayou, and West African mythology swirl together in this unforgettable theatrical event that will leave you breathless. Even though Oshooshi Size is out of jail, he's hardly free. In this taut, pulsing and playful drama, two brothers walk the line between law and liberty, locked in a fierce tug-of-war for their own souls. The Brothers Size is a rhythmic exploration from one of the country's most exciting new voices and a soulful journey into the complexities of brotherhood. Add The Brothers Size to your subscription today!

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