Fort Collins, Colorado - OpenStage Theatre is coming full circle for its 39th Anniversary Season as they return home with 4 shows in the newly remodeled Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre and go back to their 1973 grassroots with 3 shows in locations throughout Fort Collins.
Season tickets range from $80 to $120 and are available through the Lincoln Center box office, 970-221-6730, and online at LCTIX.com.
33 Variations by Moisés Kaufman, directed by Peter Anthony
Sept. 9 to Oct. 9, 2011 Masonic Temple Ballroom, 225 W. Oak St., Ft. Collins
A Regional Premiere!
In 1891 Vienna, a music publisher wrote a waltz and sent it to fifty composers, asking each to contribute a variation. At first, Ludwig van Beethoven dismissed it as a cobbler's patch. But then he became obsessed with the waltz and ultimately wrote 33 variations. Why? That is the question that haunts musicologist Dr. Katherine Brand as her own life crumbles around her. In a journey that spans 200 years, Moisés Kaufman's Broadway hit is a sublime waltz between past and present, fact and speculation, art and life.
Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show, book, music and lyrics Richard O'Brien, directed by Emelie Borello
Oct. 29 to Nov. 27, 2011 Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre, 417 W. Magnolia St., Ft. Collins
The original stage version of the classic cult film from 1975, Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show is an outrageous parody of science fiction and horror films. Follow squeaky-clean sweethearts Brad and Janet on an adventure with the fantastic Frank'n'Furter, rippling Rocky and marvelous Magenta. Bursting at the seams with the music of Sweet Transvestite, Damn it Janet, and of course, Time Warp, The Rocky Horror Show is the biggest and baddest rock n' roll musical of them all, so sharpen those stilettos for the rockiest ride of your life!
A Child's Christmas in Wales, adapted from the short story by Dylan Thomas by Philip C. Sneed and The Foothill Theatre Company, directed by Bruce K. Freestone