UCCS Theatre Company

UCCS Theatre & Parterre Stage

The THTR & DNCE Program is committed to creating a Theatre of Ideas, a place and an ethos that espouses the cultural benefit that the performing arts provide. With our season of UCCS Theatre Company productions, Prologue Lecture Series, Audience Conversations and, of course, our exciting and rigorous curriculum, we believe we are providing a superb resource for the entire Pikes Peak region. For more information visit UCCSPresents.org.

FREE for UCCS Students
$6 General Admission
Tickets may be purchased at the Ent Center box office or at UCCSPresents.org

Osborne shows are Friday through Sunday
All performances begin at 8pm

Kevin Landis
UCCS Theatre Facebook Page 

Osborne Studio Theatre
Ent Center for the Arts
5225 N Nevada Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

UCCS Theatre & Parterre Stage

Main Stage

Romeo and Juliet (September 28 - Oct 7)
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Daniel Boyd
The quintessential love story opens the Osborne season

'Tis Pity She’s a Whore (November 9 - 18)
By John Ford
Directed by Max Shulman
A blood-soaked thriller about dark and violent desire

Concise Cuts (February 8 - 17)
Directed by Robert Rais
Centered around diverse voices, an evening of comic one-acts

The Art of Dining (March 14 - 24)
By Tina Howe
Directed by Kevin Landis
A farce in the kitchen is the student show on the Dusty Loo

Geneses (April 5 - 14)
Choreographed by Holly Seidcheck
A spring dance and movement extravaganza in the Osborne

Staged Readings

A new series for the UCCSTC season! We intend to present the best dramatic literature in the canon in highly rehearsed staged readings. The readings are open to the public and include a post-show discussion and free beverages. Check our Facebook page three weeks before scheduled dates for details. Directed by Leah Chandler-Mills.

Learned Ladies (November 30 - December 2)
By Molière

Death and the King’s Horsemen (May 3 - 5)
by Wole Soyinka

Parterre Stage

Parterre is our term for a new kind of theatre that is student conceived, directed and staged. The founding principle of Parterre is the belief that theatre practitioners need to address community and location in their presentation of performance. This student company presents unique, site-specific performances around UCCS and Colorado Springs. The performances are free of charge and promise to be unlike anything you have ever seen. This is the future of theatre!

Fathom (October 19)
Choreographed by Alexandria Lewis      

Emote (Spring)
Choreographed by Anna Loehr