The first episode of THREE TECHS AT A TABLE
Chris, Tony and Brett discuss costuming for stage, screen and more.
One of literature’s finest comedies and Shakespeare’s final work, The Tempest is a tale of the maiden Miranda and her magician father Prospero who live alone on an enchanted island with their servants. Ariel, an invisible sprite and Caliban, a witch’s monstrous son. Into their isolated lives comes a shipwrecked party including the enemies who usurped Prospero’s dukedom and set he and his daughter adrift on the ocean. There is also a handsome prince, the first young man Miranda has ever seen.
Performances will be
May 30th – 7:30pm
May 31st – 2:00pm
A tale of love, loss, scandal, and greed. Douglas Moore in Colorado features a narrated version of The Ballad of Baby Doe. Set in Leadville during the great Silver Boom of the late 1800s, and based on actual historical figures, the famed Horace Tabor, his wife Augusta Tabor and the young Elizabeth “Baby Doe” Tabor. After meeting Baby Doe in 1879 Horace leaves his wife to marry her in 1882. The repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase ruins his fortune but he is appointed as Postmaster of Denver until his death. After his death Baby Doe maintains the claim the the Matchless Mine in Leadville but eventually loses it. Horace and Baby Doe are buried in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Jefferson County.
The concept continues with a hilarious one-act opera called Gallantry, a parody of American soap opera that is written complete with sung commercial breaks.
June 5th – 7:30pmPremier seating: $18
General seating: $16
For more information contact us
Ages 8 – 18
First Year: June 2nd – 5th – 3 – 5pm
Second Year: June 8th – 11th – 1pm – 5pm
Performance June 12th
Ages 4 – 18July 7 – 17 1pm – 5pm
Performance: July 18th
$30 Each workshop – $50 for both
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611 N MAIN ST, PUEBLO, CO
Knight at Dawn
Based on the bestselling book by Mary Pope Osborne, Jack and Anne travel to the middle ages and learn the power of hope. Brother and sister Jack and Annie visit the Magic Tree House filled with a magnificent collection of books that can transport the reader to wonderful faraway settings. As they read a book about knights and the Middle Ages, Annie is intrigued by the Black Knight and the mysterious quest he says one must successfully complete before becoming a knight. When she wishes to visit the castle in the book, the siblings are whisked away to medieval times.
The Steep Canyon Rangers started as a group of friends playing music together for fun, but after more than a dozen years together, they are instantly recognizable as one of the most successful bluegrass bands touring today. Their recordings and dynamic live performances have earned them many accolades, including Grammy and IBMA awards, but most important is the devotion of their fans. The Steep Canyon Rangers are Woody Platt (guitar), Graham Sharp (banjo), Charles Humphrey (bass), Mike Guggino (mandolin), Nicky Sanders (fiddle), and Mike Ashworth (box kit).
Show is July 31st starting at 7:00pm
Hundreds of years ago the Addam’s Family ancestors came from the old country and settled on a plot of land in what is now New York’s Central Park. This was, of course, long before it was a park. The loveable family of creepy kooks is still alive and well and living in their super-spooky mansion in the park. However, the family, led by the elegantly gaunt and seemingly undead Morticia and her ever-devoted husband Gomez, is in turmoil. Their daughter Wednesday, now 18, falls in love. When she invites her new boyfriend, Lucas Beineke, over with his “normal” family to get better acquainted with the Addam’s household, cahos (including everything from an amorous giant squid to mixed-up potions to a scorching tango) ensues.
AUGUST 15, 21, 22 – 7:30pmAUGUST 16, 23 – 2:00pm
Contact the Runyon Theater @ (719) 564-0579 for more details.