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Stories from the 2014-2015 Season


Ain't Life Grand?
Saturday, September 13, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 7:30pm

The School by Donald Barthelme
The Last Speaker of the Language by Carol Anshaw
Snow by Charles Baxter
Windship Universe Floats to Earth by Gary Schanbacher

Plus our public Contest-Winning Story.


Brush Up Your Shakespeare
Friday, October 17, Chautauqua Community House
7:30pm
Sunday, October 19, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 6:30pm

The Story of Edgar Sawtelleby David Wroblewski
“The Weird Sisters” by Eleanor Brown
An Actor Prepares by Donald Antrim


To the Lighthouse
Saturday, November 15, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 7:30pm

“Wounds of the Heart and Other Vessels” by Erika Krouse
Me Tarzan, You Dad by Michael J. Henry
Snapshots of My Redneck Brother by BK Loren

Plus Lighthouse Writers Workshop Contest-Winning Story


Making Merry
Saturday, December 13, The Boulder Library Theater
2:00pm
Sunday, December 14, King Center, Auraria Campus
1:30pm & 6:30pm
 
“Big Calzones” by Denise Chavez
“A Candle for Kerala” by Ariel Dorfman
“Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Michel Tournier
Dancing Dan's Christmas by Damon Runyon

And music by Gary Grundei!



Every Stanza Tells a Story
Saturday, January 17, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 7:30pm

“Hauntedby Dana Gioia
“The Testimony of Simone Weil” by Kate Daniels
“Beauty” by B.H. Fairchild
Tunnel of Love by David J. Rothman
  

Red, White and Sometimes Blue  
Sunday, February 8, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 6:30pm

Uncle Rock” by Dagoberto Gilb
“The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears” by Dinaw Mengestu
The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri
The Last Chicken in Americaby Ellen Litman


Son of Very Short Stories
Saturday, March 7, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 7:30pm

Our wildly eclectic "Flash Fiction" show returns by popular demand, featuring a brand-new roster of very, VERY short stories performed by the inimitable Buntport Theater Company.
 
 
Old Friends
Saturday, April 11, The Dairy Center for the Arts
7:30pm
Sunday, April 12, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 6:30pm

“Considering the Alternative”
by Nora Ephron
“Somebody's Son” by Tom Barbash
“This Old Man” by Roger Angell
Jack: A Memoir” by Maxine Kumin
 

Game Changers
Sunday, May 3, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
1:30pm & 6:30pm

“Axis”
by Alice Munro

North Country by Roxane Gay