A one-of-a kind series sponsored by THEATREWORKS, the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences and the Department of Humanities at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The series consists of theatre talks, performances, and hands-on workshops featuring some of the most important theater makers working in the United States today.
The events lend insight into the plays in our season and are FREE. All events take place at the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater, unless otherwise noted. Reservations are required. You can sign up online, HERE, one month prior to the event.
August 2nd at 6:00pm
Rock Ledge Ranch
Our artistic team will host a workshop and demonstration on what to do and what not to do in a Shakespeare audition.
September 14th at 2:30pm
The esteemed CU Boulder historian will talk about Ludlow and the Colorado coal wars.
October 26th at 2:30pm
Busch is one of the great stars in the history of drag and will talk to us about the art of cross-dressing and the influence of his plays.
December 2 at 7 pm
One of the greatest character actors of this or any era, the Tony Award-winning actor and Hollywood star will be here to discuss his career and conduct a once in a lifetime master class with our students.
December 7th at 2:30pm
Philosopher Clancy Martin will join us to discuss the complex varieties of deception. He’s a Guggenheim Fellow, an award-winning author and expert on the history of untruths.
January 25th at 2:30pm
As part of our series on women playwrights, D'Amour will talk about her
award-wining play Detroit and discuss her life in the theatre.
March 8th at 2:30pm
Folklore scholar Suzanna MacAulay discusses the ins and outs of fairy tales -- their history and psychology.
Murray Ross and
March 22nd at 2:30pm
Murray and Kevin will guide you through a discussion of the absurd twists and turns of Beckett's genius.
The Great Critics
March 30 at 6:30 pm
New York Times reviewer Ben Brantley is joined by London critic Matt Wolf and the Denver Post’s Lisa Kennedy to talk theatre, criticism and taste. We anticipate this will be very popular - please make reservations by clicking "BUY TICKETS" above.
April 26th at 2:30pm
The five-time winner of the West Virginia Lying Contest leads a demonstration and workshop on how to tell a whopper.
Email: info | at | uccspresents.org
1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80918