• THE VAST DIFFERENCE

    May 8, 2020 FRIDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The Vast Difference, a comedy written in 1993 by award-winning actor Jeff Daniels, presents the tale of George Noonan, a flight attendant with five daughters, and his quest for a vasectomy. Along the way he deals with his increasingly frantic wife, the ghost of his father, a "man's man" who worships the Detroit Tigers and despises his son's career as a "stewardess", a wry female urologist with a twisted sense of humor, and a chorus of male figures who serve to amplify George's anxieties and...

  • THE VAST DIFFERENCE

    May 9, 2020 SATURDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The Vast Difference, a comedy written in 1993 by award-winning actor Jeff Daniels, presents the tale of George Noonan, a flight attendant with five daughters, and his quest for a vasectomy. Along the way he deals with his increasingly frantic wife, the ghost of his father, a "man's man" who worships the Detroit Tigers and despises his son's career as a "stewardess", a wry female urologist with a twisted sense of humor, and a chorus of male figures who serve to amplify George's anxieties and...

  • THE VAST DIFFERENCE

    May 10, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The Vast Difference, a comedy written in 1993 by award-winning actor Jeff Daniels, presents the tale of George Noonan, a flight attendant with five daughters, and his quest for a vasectomy. Along the way he deals with his increasingly frantic wife, the ghost of his father, a "man's man" who worships the Detroit Tigers and despises his son's career as a "stewardess", a wry female urologist with a twisted sense of humor, and a chorus of male figures who serve to amplify George's anxieties and...

  • THE VAST DIFFERENCE

    May 15, 2020 FRIDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The Vast Difference, a comedy written in 1993 by award-winning actor Jeff Daniels, presents the tale of George Noonan, a flight attendant with five daughters, and his quest for a vasectomy. Along the way he deals with his increasingly frantic wife, the ghost of his father, a "man's man" who worships the Detroit Tigers and despises his son's career as a "stewardess", a wry female urologist with a twisted sense of humor, and a chorus of male figures who serve to amplify George's anxieties and...

  • THE VAST DIFFERENCE

    May 16, 2020 SATURDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The Vast Difference, a comedy written in 1993 by award-winning actor Jeff Daniels, presents the tale of George Noonan, a flight attendant with five daughters, and his quest for a vasectomy. Along the way he deals with his increasingly frantic wife, the ghost of his father, a "man's man" who worships the Detroit Tigers and despises his son's career as a "stewardess", a wry female urologist with a twisted sense of humor, and a chorus of male figures who serve to amplify George's anxieties and...

  • THE VAST DIFFERENCE

    May 17, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The Vast Difference, a comedy written in 1993 by award-winning actor Jeff Daniels, presents the tale of George Noonan, a flight attendant with five daughters, and his quest for a vasectomy. Along the way he deals with his increasingly frantic wife, the ghost of his father, a "man's man" who worships the Detroit Tigers and despises his son's career as a "stewardess", a wry female urologist with a twisted sense of humor, and a chorus of male figures who serve to amplify George's anxieties and...

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    June 12, 2020 FRIDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    June 13, 2020 SATURDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    June 14, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • ANTIGONE

    June 19, 2020 FRIDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Antigone, daughter of Opedipus, doomed King of Thebes, defies the order of her uncle Creon to leave her other unburied. Antigone and Creon face off in a debate about honor, piety, and the duty of the individual to the state, and the state to the individual - a debate that threatens fatal consequences for Antigone.

  • ANTIGONE

    June 21, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Antigone, daughter of Opedipus, doomed King of Thebes, defies the order of her uncle Creon to leave her other unburied. Antigone and Creon face off in a debate about honor, piety, and the duty of the individual to the state, and the state to the individual - a debate that threatens fatal consequences for Antigone.

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    June 26, 2020 FRIDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • ANTIGONE

    June 27, 2020 SATURDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Antigone, daughter of Opedipus, doomed King of Thebes, defies the order of her uncle Creon to leave her other unburied. Antigone and Creon face off in a debate about honor, piety, and the duty of the individual to the state, and the state to the individual - a debate that threatens fatal consequences for Antigone.

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    June 27, 2020 SATURDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    June 28, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • ANTIGONE

    July 3, 2020 FRIDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Antigone, daughter of Opedipus, doomed King of Thebes, defies the order of her uncle Creon to leave her other unburied. Antigone and Creon face off in a debate about honor, piety, and the duty of the individual to the state, and the state to the individual - a debate that threatens fatal consequences for Antigone.

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

    July 4, 2020 SATURDAY 6:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    There is darkness at the heart of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's most beloved comodies, a darkness that shadows and heightens the "light and bright and sparkling" dialogue of his wittiest pair of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice.

  • ANTIGONE

    July 5, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Antigone, daughter of Opedipus, doomed King of Thebes, defies the order of her uncle Creon to leave her other unburied. Antigone and Creon face off in a debate about honor, piety, and the duty of the individual to the state, and the state to the individual - a debate that threatens fatal consequences for Antigone.

  • ROBIN HOOD (YOUTH THEATER)

    August 6, 2020 THURSDAY 7:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Robin Hood and his Merry Men intercept a caravan Robin's childhood sweetheart, Maid Marian, through Sherwood Forest to Nottingham. The scheming Lady Merle of Cornwall plans to force Marian, King Richard's ward, to wed Richard's brother, Prince John. Robin and his men must scheme in their turn to thwart Lady Merle and save Marian.

  • ROBIN HOOD (YOUTH THEATER)

    August 7, 2020 FRIDAY 7:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Robin Hood and his Merry Men intercept a caravan Robin's childhood sweetheart, Maid Marian, through Sherwood Forest to Nottingham. The scheming Lady Merle of Cornwall plans to force Marian, King Richard's ward, to wed Richard's brother, Prince John. Robin and his men must scheme in their turn to thwart Lady Merle and save Marian.

  • ROBIN HOOD (YOUTH THEATER)

    August 8, 2020 SATURDAY 7:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Robin Hood and his Merry Men intercept a caravan Robin's childhood sweetheart, Maid Marian, through Sherwood Forest to Nottingham. The scheming Lady Merle of Cornwall plans to force Marian, King Richard's ward, to wed Richard's brother, Prince John. Robin and his men must scheme in their turn to thwart Lady Merle and save Marian.

  • ROBIN HOOD (YOUTH THEATER)

    August 9, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Robin Hood and his Merry Men intercept a caravan Robin's childhood sweetheart, Maid Marian, through Sherwood Forest to Nottingham. The scheming Lady Merle of Cornwall plans to force Marian, King Richard's ward, to wed Richard's brother, Prince John. Robin and his men must scheme in their turn to thwart Lady Merle and save Marian.

  • WYATT EARP: A LIFE ON THE FRONTIER

    September 4, 2020 FRIDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Westcliffe favorite Wyatt Earp returns with more tales of his famous ancestor and namesake, Sherriff Wyatt Earp. Wyatt Earp has been portraying his famous relative in his one-man play since 1996 when it won an AriZoni award. The play has had over 690 performances in theaters all over the United States playing to enthusiastic audiences and western history fans. A must-see for anyone interested in the early history of the Southwest!

  • WYATT EARP: A LIFE ON THE FRONTIER

    September 5, 2020 SATURDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    Westcliffe favorite Wyatt Earp returns with more tales of his famous ancestor and namesake, Sherriff Wyatt Earp. Wyatt Earp has been portraying his famous relative in his one-man play since 1996 when it won an AriZoni award. The play has had over 690 performances in theaters all over the United States playing to enthusiastic audiences and western history fans. A must-see for anyone interested in the early history of the Southwest!

  • 2020 TEN-MINUTE PLAY COMPETITION PERFORMANCES

    September 18, 2020 FRIDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The WCPA Play Competition is dedicated to showcasing new works by playwrights and is sponsored by the non-profit Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts in Westcliffe, Colorado. A panel of jurors from the local and regional theater community reviews plays submitted in the annual Ten-Minute Play Competition and selects, anonymously, the winning plays, which then are produced by the WCPA's Jones Theater.

  • 2020 TEN-MINUTE PLAY COMPETITION PERFORMANCES

    September 19, 2020 SATURDAY 7:30 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The WCPA Play Competition is dedicated to showcasing new works by playwrights and is sponsored by the non-profit Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts in Westcliffe, Colorado. A panel of jurors from the local and regional theater community reviews plays submitted in the annual Ten-Minute Play Competition and selects, anonymously, the winning plays, which then are produced by the WCPA's Jones Theater.

  • 2020 TEN-MINUTE PLAY COMPETITION PERFORMANCES

    September 20, 2020 SUNDAY 2:00 PMWestcliffe Center for the Performing Arts

    The WCPA Play Competition is dedicated to showcasing new works by playwrights and is sponsored by the non-profit Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts in Westcliffe, Colorado. A panel of jurors from the local and regional theater community reviews plays submitted in the annual Ten-Minute Play Competition and selects, anonymously, the winning plays, which then are produced by the WCPA's Jones Theater.