It’s not too late to join Curious for our 20th Season here in Denver! We have four incredible shows remaining. To see all four, purchase a subscription today for our biggest discount and best seats.

Includes: The Body of an American, Detroit ’67, The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide…, and Your Best One

If you need more flexiblity or can’t make it to all four shows, try out our flex pass. Flex passes include 6 tickets you can use to mix-and-match for the rest of the season.

Four Play Packages Include

From the winner of the inaugural Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History…
Regional Premiere

by Dan O’Brien
directed by Chip Walton

November 4 – December 9
Previews: November 2-3
A single, stark photograph—of the body of an American soldier dragged from the wreckage of a Blackhawk helicopter through the streets of Mogadishu—reshaped the course of global events and won war photographer Paul Watson the Pulitzer Prize. Yet, he is haunted by that shutter click. Playwright Dan O’Brien, struggling with ghosts of his own, reaches out to Watson, and the two forge a friendship as they reckon with the traumas that have shaped their lives. In this gripping true story, the two explore the ethical and personal consequences of the photograph, as well as the interplay between political upheaval and the experience of trauma in an age saturated by images and information.

From two-time NAACP Image Award recipient…
Regional Premiere

by Dominique Morisseau
directed by Idris Goodwin

January 13 – February 24
Previews: January 11-12
It’s the summer of 1967, and the soulful sounds of Motown are breaking records and breaking down barriers. Siblings Chelle and Lank make ends meet by running an unlicensed bar in their Detroit basement, a risky business as police crack down on after-hours joints in black neighborhoods. When Lank offers shelter to an injured white woman, tensions escalate both in their home and in their community—and they find themselves caught in the middle of the violent ’67 riots. Detroit ‘67 explores a moment rife with police brutality, immense racial divide, and a powder keg of emotions.

From the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning playwright of Angels in America…
Regional Premiere

by Tony Kushner
directed by Chip Walton

March 17 – April 14
Previews: March 15-16
A former longshoreman and Marxist union activist, Gus feels that the world has turned its back on everything he has fought for in life. When Gus decides it’s time to die, his three grown children come home with a parade of lovers and spouses to find that even the house keeps secrets. Shot through with characteristic wit and searing political passion, Tony Kushner’s latest play is at once the story of a family grappling to find meaning in a landscape they no longer recognize and an epic exploration of humanity’s compulsive search for Utopias, both personal and political.

From a fresh new voice in American theatre, our first three-play commission recipient…
World Premiere

by Meridith Friedman
directed by Dee Covington

May 5 – June 16
Previews: May 3-4
When cancer comes into the picture, everything changes. The Hoffman family rallies together – and against each other – as they battle over health insurance, child custody, inheritance, and superfoods. Former couple Richard and David tentatively dance around each other as they each navigate if second chances are ever really possible. This touchingly relatable piece is currently in development from a fresh voice in American theatre; featuring a cast of Curious favorites, Your Best One is a must-see.