Stuff your stocking full of OpenStage! We've got gift certificates available for $24* per ticket, or Season Ticket packages - one ticket for each of the remaining four shows - for $80* (a $100 value)! A fantastic gift for your loved ones - and we have something for everyone! Remember, theatre tickets look great wrapped in bows, in stockings, under trees, and most importantly in your hands!
SEASON TICKET GIFT CERTIFICATES - ONLY $85! A $100 VALUE! (Four show vouchers per order).*price includes shipping and handling
INDIVIDUAL TICKET GIFT CERTIFICATES - $24* EACH*price includes shipping and handling
The perfect gift for everyone is, well, us!.
We kick off the new year with TRUE WEST by Sam Shepard, directed by Sydney Parks Smith. Playing January 10 - 31. "Electrifying, dangerous, and chillingly funny." -The Guardian
That's followed by a new comedy called UNNECESSARY FARCE by Paul Slade Smith, directed by Judith Allen, playing February 14 - March 14. "Side-splitting laughter from start to finish!" -Around The Town Chicago.
In the spring, don't miss a a well-told tale of lovers' strife newly imagined in post Civil War Missouri. ROMEO AND JULIET, directed by R. Todd Hoven, plays March 28 - April 25. "These violent delights have violent ends." -W. Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
Finally, our outdoor summer theatre this season harkens back to high times of Italian Renaissance with the classic Commedia del Arte dish, THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS, directed by Dulcie Willis, playing May 30 - June 27, 2015, outside on the lawn at Columbine Health Systems, 947 Worthington Circle in Fort Collins! "The laughs may drive you into a state of goofy, delightful, delicious euphoria." -The Washington Post
For more information about showtimes, production dates, special offers, and events, click on 'productions' at the top of our web page. Also, don't miss this year's Spectacular of Spectaculars - our 6th annual casino night fundraiser - MOULIN ROUGE! Saturday MAY 9, 2015 from 7 to 11 pm at the Lincoln Center. "You gotta stand your ground for freedom, beauty, truth, and love!" -The Bohemians, Moulin Rouge