Introducing Our 84th Season!

 

LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES PRESENTS:

2018 SUMMER STOCK SEASON

Opening June 7, 2018

Xanadu by Douglas Carter Beane, John Farrar, and Jeff Lynne

The season first opens with its production of Xanadu by Douglas Carter Beane, John Farrar, and Jeff Lynne, a hilarious musical adventure about roller discos and following your dreams directed by Shelly Gaza. The show opens June 7, 2018 with evening performances on June 7th-9th, July 4th-5th, 14th, and 20th and matinee performances on June 10th and July 15th in Norton Theatre located in Gray Hall

 

Lobby Hero by Kenneth Lonergan 

The second production of the summer is Lobby Hero by Kenneth Lonergan, a comedic drama about conflicting principles and choices that define who we are, directed by Ken Womble. This show opens June 14, 2018 with evening performances on June 14th-16th, July 6th, 11th-12th, and 21st and matinee performances on June 17th and July 22nd in Norton Theatre located in Gray Hall on UNC Central Campus.

 

Angel Street by Patrick Hamilton

The third production is Angel Street by Patrick Hamilton, a thrilling mystery of a homicidal maniac and the inspector that vows to catch him, directed by Alison Vasquez (stay tuned for more information on our lovely guest director!) This show opens June 21, 2018 with evening performances on June 21st-23rd, July 7th, 13th, and 18th-19th and matinee performances on June 24th and July 8th in Norton Theatre located in Gray Hall on UNC Central Campus.

 

I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti by Jacques Lamarre

The fourth production of the 2018 season is I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti adapted by Jacques Lamarre and based off of the memoir by Giulia Melucci, a one-woman show about heartbreak and culinary masterpieces, directed by David Grapes II. The show opens June 28, 2018 with evening performances on June 28th-30th and a matinee performance on July 1st in Langworthy Theatre located in Frasier Hall on UNC Central Campus.

 

Catch Me If You Can by Terrance McNally, Marc Shaiman, and Scott Wittman.

The final show of the season is Catch Me If You Can by Terrance McNally, Marc Shaiman, and Scott Wittman, the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught, directed by David Grapes II. The show opens July 26, 2018 with evening performances on July 26th-28th and a matinee performance on July 29th in Langworthy Theatre located in Frasier Hall on UNC Central Campus.