Season Tickets on sale by calling the box office (719) 564-0579. Tickets
for individual shows go on sale two weeks prior to the shows opening
date. This page features both Season and no season shows.
1The scariest story you will see this year. 19
People were Hanged on Gallows Hill in Salem. See Arthur Millers Classic
in a new light.
Oct. 12 - 20
What the F**** was that.
There is Evil in them there woods as a group of collage kids is
about to find out when they are attacked by creatures almost as foul
as their mouths. In this new musical zombies dance, demons croon and
blood covers parts of the audience when the S**** hits the fan and
still a good time was had by all in this hilarious tribute to the
first round of Evil Dead films. This show is definitely for adults
who aren't to adultish.
Some actors once they find away into a part can't
find the way out again. In Ken Ludwig's Game's a Foot the actor playing
Sherlock Holmes is so stuck in the part he finds himself in the middle
of a murder, where he was the potential victim, now in order to save his
own neck he must solve the mystery before it time runs out.
Nov. 30. Dec. 1, 7-8, 13-15,
What's Christmas without Peanuts. Join Charlie
Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroder, Sally, and Snoopy in this fun and
uplifting journey into the mind of Charles Shultz
Fall into the rabbit hole
Ethel Savage who's exocentric ways had lead to her being committed by
her family. Could it be that the crazy world she leaves behind with her
money grabbing family is more off balance and insane that the minds of
the pure hearted people she is locked away with.
Mel is back.....
The hilarious Young
Frankenstein film comes to life on stage. They young Dean of anatomy and
Johns, Miriam, and Anthony Hopkin's School of Medicine Doc. Frankenstein
has inherited his fathers reputation and abandoned Castle in
Transylvania (considered both a Death and a tourist trap), and his
propensity of tinkering with reanimating dead tissue. Hijinxs insure
with werewolves, big knockers, hay rides, blind hermits, and woman name
March 22- 30
The difficulties of caring
for an aging parent are amplified when when their mind is ravaged by the
effects of Alzheimer's. The secrets of a terrible family tragedy are
locked away behind the vial but threaten to boil over at any time and
drive the family into a melt down. What is behind the ghost of a little
girl that still plays in her forgotten sand box.
April 26- May 4
"I want to be like Billy the Kid."
Even when time are tough kids dream big and Bonnie
Parker and Clyde Barrow where no different but when those dreams were
shot they shot back. Relive the Crime spree that made into the history
books by ending in a hail of gun fire.
May 30 - June 1
Time to laugh and rise up your heart.
Every one has a family they don't
want to introduce someone important to but very few families are as
exocentric as Grandpas. In Grandpa's house there's a writer, a
ballerina, a Russian refuge, a countess, a giant snake, they make
candy in the kitchen, and fireworks works in them basement. And no one
has ever paid income tax, that's why there are G-men at all the door.
The inspiration for both The Munsters and the Bird Cage.
Crisis the musical.
episode of Friends where they all flashbacked to when they turned
thirty. It's like that only with music. How did you handle it ?
July 18- 27
What's that big Green
stink? You don't have to run and hid Americas Favorite Onion-like Shrek
Ogre, Shrek has a song in his heart for you. See Donkey, Dragon, Shrek
and Fiona in the stage musical based on the film that changed the way we
look at fairytales. Come Dressed as your favorite Fairy Tail creature
for a chance to win great prizes and let your "freak Flag Fly."
TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS
Dinner Theatre Has returned to the Runyon. Dinner Theater $36.00
for dinner and show. Most performances. Please call for information. All
dinner Theater by reservation only.
Join us for a BBQ Buffet
at the concerts and comedy night events for a BBQ buffet for an
Dinner may be available for groups, parties, and special performances.
Call for information.
Evening Performances - 7:00 pm
Matinee Performances - 2:00 pm
General Seating: $13.00
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