Visual and Performing Arts

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.

TICKETS
$5 General Admission | FREE for UCCS Students
All performances begin at 8 pm. 

CONTACT
Kevin Landis
719-255-5133
klandis@uccs.edu
UCCS Theatre Facebook Page 

LOCATION
Osborne Studio Theatre
UCCS University Hall
1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
Colorado Springs, CO  80918

UCCS Theatre & Parterre Stage

Main Stage

Waiting for Godot
by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Stacy Mize Leve
September 29-October 8


Blackademics
by Idris Goodwin
Directed by Roy Ballard
November 10-19 (Gallery of Contemporary Art)


Our Country's Good
by Timberlake Wertenbaker
Directed by Max Shulman
February 23-March 4


Peer Gynt
by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Kevin Landis
April 5-15


The Arsonists
by Max Frisch
Directed by Jareth Spirio
April 20-29

 

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.


Trifles
by Susan Glaspell
December 1-3


Phaedre
by Racine
May 4-6


 

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!

 
 
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