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Little Foxes Presents: Sideways Stories from Wayside School

Sideways Stories from Wayside School by John Olive (adapted from Louis Sachar’s Wayside School Novels) is a play that celebrates creativity, adventure and the curiosity of youth.  There was a bit of an error made in the construction of Wayside School.  Instead of thirty classrooms side by side, it was built one classroom on top of […]

And Toto Too presents: Who Will Sing for Lena?

And Toto Too presents: Who Will Sing for Lena? Who Will Sing for Lena by Janice Liddell Directed by Libby Arnold Starring Adrienne Martin Fullwood (Tell Martha Not to Moan) Wrongfully executed in 1945, Lena Mae Baker shares her journey to the electric chair in this riveting one woman show. The only woman to be executed in the electric […]

Ignite Theatre presents: RENT

Ignite Theatre presents: RENT at the Aurora Fox Book, Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Larson Directed by: Keith Rabin Jr & Amy Osatinski Music Directed by: Blake Nawa’a On the Aurora Fox Mainstage August 8 – August 31 Rent is the rock musical based on Puccini’s opera La boheme. It tells the story of a […]

Theatre Esprit Asia presents: M. Butterfly

by David Henry Hwang September 4 – 28, 2014 (Studio Theatre) BASED ON TRUE EVENTS… Bored with his routine posting in Beijing, awkward French diplomat, Rene Gallimard, falls for beautiful and charming Song Liling, a Chinese opera star who personifies Gallimard’s fantasy of submissive, exotic Asian sexuality. They have an affair lasting twenty years, during […]

Once on This Island

 book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, music by Stephen Flaherty September 12 – October 5, 2014 This calypso‐flavored re‐telling of The Little Mermaid written by the same team that wrote Ragtime and Seussical, tells the story of two different societies on a Caribbean island ‐ one poor, one rich. In almost non‐stop song and dance, […]

A&A Productions presents: Good Television

Good Television by Rod McLachlan October 10 – 31, 2014 From the Atlantic Theatre in New York, a dramatic look at a clash of cultures:  Connie produces Rehabilitation, a top-rated reality TV show about addicts and their families.  In a South Carolina trailer park, Brittany is desperate to save her meth-head brother. She sends a […]

Red Ranger Came Calling

A Guaranteed True Christmas Story by Berkeley Breathed. Adapted by Myra Platt and Edd Key November 28 – December 21, 2014 A musical tale based on the true story of Berkeley Breathed’s father who, ate age nine, insisted on being addressed as the “Red Ranger of Mars.” One Christmas during the Depression, the moody young […]

Fully Committed

by Becky Mode November 21 – December 28, 2014 Guys like Bobby Flay usually get all the glory in the world of haute cuisine, but what about the poor saps behind the scenes like Sam Peliczowski — an out‐of‐work actor who mans the phones for a swanky 5‐star NY restaurant? From his basement “office”, he […]

Beets – A Read and Rant Production

by local playwright Rick Padden January 16 – February 8, 2015 An historical‐fiction play that reveals a little known chapter in America’s history – inspired by actual events. At the height of WWII, Berthoud, Colorado’s industrious sugar beet farmers were expecting a record harvest, but labor was in short supply – with most of the […]

Phamaly Theatre Company presents: The Fantasticks

The Fantasticks Music by Harvey Schmidt. Lyrics by Tom Jones. The award-winning Phamaly Theatre Company returns to the Aurora Fox Arts Center with The Fantasticks! The world’s longest running musical, this iconic romantic comedy has delighted audiences for over 50 years with its timeless story of love and captivating music. The Fantasticks is a hilarious […]