Curious Industry Subscriptions

We know how important it is for artists to be able to experience good theatre: for inspiration AND for professional development. 

To make a full season of theatre accessible for the theatre-makers in our community, we’re happy to offer Curious Industry Subscriptions: five-play subscriptions for our 2017-18 season for only $10 per show. You’ll get all the guts and story of a Curious season for only $50.

As the holder of a Curious Industry Subscription, you’ll receive the key benefits of being a subscriber and belonging to the Curious community, but at artist-friendly prices. Those benefits include:

  • Easy and flexible exchanges
  • 20% off companion tickets
  • First access to added performances or readings throughout the year

Subscriptions are good for previews and the first two weeks of performances after opening.

To join us for the current season, please contact our Box Office at (303) 623-2349.

To be eligible to purchase a Curious Industry Subscription, you must be actively working in the Rocky Mountain arts community. Please be prepared to provide proof of your involvement in the arts industry at time of subscription purchase. This can include:

  • Employment at a local arts organization
  • Membership in an arts-affiliated union, guild, or association.
  • Enrollment as an arts student at any Denver area high school, college, or university
  • Resume of professional arts credits

Other artists who don’t meet the aforementioned qualifications may contact the box office to be considered for an exception. Note that each industry professional may purchase one subscription; companions may purchase their own industry subscription or a regular subscription.

Industry professionals can also join us one hour before curtain for any show. Any remaining seats may be purchased for $15.

Appropriate by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
The Body of an American by Dan O'Brien
Detroit '67 by Dominique Morisseau
The Intelligent Homosexual's Guid to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures by Tony Kushner
Your Best One by Meridith Friedman