SCHEDULE + TICKETS
Unless otherwise specified, tickets can be purchased online or at the front desk at Cottonwood Center for the Arts. To pre-register call 719-520-1899 or email Theater Coordinator Ethan Everhart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
BY GEORGE ROMERO
ADAPTED BY BOB MORSCH
PRESENTED BY THE STAR BAR PLAYERS
OCTOBER 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30 | 8 PM
The world is in chaos. The dead have begun to rise and devour the living. A small group of people have barricaded themselves into a remote farmhouse; can they rely on each other? Their survival depends on it: the horde is coming.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28: First the show, THEN THE ZOMBIE CRAWL. Your Crawl ticket (purchased separately) gets you entrance to the crawl, which will shamble through downtown and end at The Zodiac; Happy Hour prices for all Crawlers - just show your ticket! Come for the show, stay for the crawl!
Directed by Bob Morsch & Dylan Mosley.
Featuring Tammy Smith, Ethan Everhart, Alex Abundis, Richard Sebastian-Coleman, Steve Sladaritz, Joanne Koehler, Stephanie Schlis, and Ryan Lewis.
Tickets: $15 general admission, $12 military/seniors, $6 students
Reserve seats by email here or call/text 719.357.5228. Seats are also available on the day of the performance at the theatre door.
ONE SIXTEENTH OF AN INCH
BY HANNAH ROCKEY
DIRECTED BY JEFF HARMS
PRESENTED BY THEATREdART
WITH PERFORMANCES FROM HEAR HERE POETRY
NOVEMBER 17 | 7:30 PM
DOORS AT 6:30 PM
"In the wee hours of the morning of August 30, 1978, the serenity of my snug family-focused life was shattered by what sounded like a door slamming..."
Talking and writing about suicide aren't easy, but sometimes we encounter a poem, a script or a story that hits just the right chords, as painful as they may be. On Friday November 18 at 7:30PM, THEATREdART is bringing together a collection of such works to start the conversation about this hard topic.
The performance will feature poetry, performance art, and One Sixteenth Of An Inch, an Ethnodrama written by Hannah Rockey and directed by Jeff Harms. All tickets are donation-based, with all proceeds to be donated to Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention.
YOUR FATHERS, WHERE ARE THEY? AND THE PROPHETS, DO THEY LIVE FOREVER?
ADAPTED BY ALTON ABEL
PRESENTED BY COUNTER/WEIGHT THEATRE LAB
DECEMBER 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17 | 7:30 PM
DECEMBER 4, 11, 18 | 5 PM
What do you do when you’re full of questions: what happened to sending people to the moon? Why spend a trillion dollars on war? What happens when the world your generation was raised for no longer exists? Where did America go wrong? To find some answers, a young man named Thomas kidnaps an astronaut and brings him to an abandoned military base on the coast. Then the questioning begins. The answers must be honest. The back and forth might even hurt. It might get uncomfortable. There will be more kidnappings. But eventually the truth will emerge.
Tickets: $15 general admission, $6 students