shows

Dirt, a Terra Nova Expedition directed by Jeffery Bigger
April 5-May 6–“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure some of them are dirt.” – John Muir
The centerpiece of our 26th season is the world premiere play by local author, Laura Pritchett, a multiple award-winning (PEN USA Award, Milkweed National Fiction Prize) novelist. This newly commissioned play — an ambitious multi-sensory exploration of survival, soil science, and environmental stewardship — is unlike anything we’ve ever produced, and will surely be the one of the most unique theatrical experiences of the season.
Sponsored by the School of Global Environmental Sustainability from Colorado State University.
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Talkback after the show:
“Soil under those fingernails? Local CSAs and farmers speak about locally grown food and history” with Todd Simmons, founder of Wolverine Letterpress & Publick House; Nic Koontz and Katie Slota from Native Hill Farms; Scott Skogerboe from Fort Collins Nursery; and Rico Moore, journalist with deep roots in Fort Collins, moderated by Todd Simmons.This evening offers a discounted “thank you” tickets to all growers and farmers in the area.