Christy Montour-Larson

Director, Dramaturg

Christy Montour-Larson is a multiple Denver Post Ovation and Colorado Theatre Guild Henry award-winning director, named Top Director by Westword, 5280 Magazine and CBS4 Denver. Christy’s recent work has been seen at the Denver Center (Two Degrees), Arvada Center (Diary of Anne Frank), Creede Repertory (August: Osage County), Theatre Aspen (Sex with Strangers), Phamaly (Into the Woods), Local Theater Company (The Rape of the Sabine Women…), and 13 seasons at Curious (Charles Ives Take Me Home, Good People, Time Stands Still, Red, 9 Circles).  She has also directed at Pioneer Theatre (The Way North), Tent Theatre (Catch Me if You Can), New American Theatre (Oliver!), Town Hall Arts Center (Crimes of the Heart), Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (This), Rochester Civic Theatre, the Duluth Playhouse, Dark Horse Theatre, and for Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, where she sits on the Board of Directors. A passionate supporter of new work, she has directed more than 30 staged readings including Minneapolis/St. Paul by Lee Blessing, The Robertassy by Kathleen Cahill, Suicide, Incorporated by Andrew Hinderacker and No More Sad Things by Hansol Jung. She has also directed the world premieres of Two Degrees by Tira Palmquist, General Store by Brian Watkins and I Am Alive by Denise Gentillini. MFA in Directing from Rutgers University. Proud member of Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.