Looking for plays, musicals and live theater productions in Colorado Springs? You’ll find world premieres to favorite classics on these local stages.
Counterweight Theater Lab
Audiences feel right in the middle of the story at The Next Us coworking space. The small company aims for honest, experimental productions, from thoughtful Shakespeare adaptations to modern classics.
Up Next: King Lear, Spring 2020, a handful of actors trade roles for a diverse, relevant retelling.
525 N. Cascade Ave.
Ent Center for the Arts
The state-of-the-art complex at UCCS includes multiple adaptable theaters, from intimate black box to multidimensional stages and halls. It’s home to the celebrated professional Theatreworks company as well as the UCCS visual and performing arts department.
Up Next: Small Mouth Sounds, Jan. 10 – Feb. 16, six misfits strive for self-acceptance during a silent yoga retreat.
5225 N. Nevada Ave.
Fine Arts Center at Colorado College
The award-winning grand dame of local theater draws on the FAC’s 100 years of tradition and arts. Professional productions feature local and national talent in a range of productions for children and adults.
Up Next: The Bridges of Madison County, Feb. 13 – March 1, regional premiere of the Tony Award-winning musical that captures the yearning of the eternal question: “What if…?”
30 W. Dale St.
Funky Little Theater Company
Tucked into an intimate Westside warehouse, the company aims to bridge the gap between professional and community theater with premieres and stage classics.
Up Next: Lend Me a Tenor, Jan. 24 – Feb. 8, comedy ensues when a 1930s Italian opera superstar goes missing.
1367 Pecan St.
Millibo Art Theatre
Across the street from Ivywild School, you’ll find an array of original productions for all ages, from the Incredible Circus Millibo for children to comedy, drama, cabaret and more.
Up Next: Stealing Sugar, Feb. 6-22, dreams and fantasy merge with the laundry in a deliciously funny suburban myth.
1626 S. Tejon St
Pikes Peak Center
The large entertainment and cultural center regularly hosts touring Broadway musicals, performers and concerts.
Up Next: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Feb. 25-26, a singalong musical tracing the life story of the pop superstar.
190 S. Cascade Ave.
Springs Ensemble Theatre
In this small black box theater, everyone has the best seat in the house for productions that “explore problems and choices central to the human condition.”
Up Next: Strangers on a Train, Feb. 16 – March 1, a classic noir thriller unfolds when a tennis player and psychopath meet on a train.
1903 East Cache La Poudre St.