Friday Day Camps are an opportunity for students who attend school at Creede School or in the greater San Luis Valley to attend a free program regularly, on Fridays during the school year. Each Friday Day Camp will take place from 9AM to 4PM with a break for lunch. Students are able to attend morning sessions (9AM-12PM), afternoon sessions (1PM-4PM), or both, free of charge. Each Friday, the students will be exposed to a different area of theatre, including but not limited to Playwriting, Stage Combat, Theatrical Design, Improvisation, and Musical Theatre.Read more
Saturday – July 30th – 7:30pm – Main Stage – In this one-night-only, one-man extravaganza, proud Creede Rep acting company alum SEAN THOMPSON examines relationships and the music that makes them sing.Read more
NEW DATE AND TIME – Saturday – May 25th – 11:00am – The Ruth – Get ready to be swept away on a time travel extravaganza celebrating the adventures of Creede bad man Soapy Smith. Soapy’s great-grandson Jeff Smith shares stories, legends, lore and more.Read more
Saturday – May 25th – 4-7pm – Main Stage Lobby – This juried exhibition contains over 100 small prints from fine artists across the country. Whether you collect or just appreciate, come celebrate this miniature medium.Read more
Saturday – May 25th – 7:30pm – The Ruth – What happens when you combine Creede’s best funk band with the wacky comedy of Boomtown? Funktown! back by popular demand! Join us for the funkiest night of the year!Read more
Friday – May 31st – 6:30pm – Main Stage – Join us as we kick off our adventurous 54th season! enjoy food, drink, and celebrate as we unveil this season’s art poster! Then, settle in for the first performance of the season, Peter and the Starcatcher.Read more
Sunday – June 24th – 7:30pm – The Ruth – Join the Creede Historical Society for their 9th annual celebration of mining through poetry, stories, song and humor.Read more
July 20, 23, 24 at 8:00pm – The Ruth – Award-winning actress Rhonda Brown returns for another sizzling turn as Molly Ivins, the brassy Texan reporter whose sharp-tongued humor and unabashed liberal journalism skyrocketed her to the national stage.Read more
August 23, 24 – The Ruth – To foster the development of new plays for CRT’s stages and beyond. Unleash vibrant new work into the world of theatre, because new voices and stories reflect back to us the shared anxieties and aspirations of our age.Read more
Tuesday – August 27th – 7:00pm – Sunnyside Chapel – Going Up is an exploration of the journey up the escalator of life. Through stories, songs and poems, John will share – yikes – seventy years of life on the planet including a look at the joy and challenges of being with his soulmate since they joined together in Creede forty-eight years ago.Read more
EVER WONDER HOW PETER PAN BECAME PETER PAN? A curious and intelligent girl from a magical family, a nameless orphan boy, two ships full of sailors ‘n pirates, and adventure at every turn!Read more
IT’S BUTLER VS. BRANDT IN THIS LAUGH-A-MINUTE COMEDY
Cantankerous assisted living resident Abby learns she’s been assigned a roommate after years of willful solitude.
A CLASSIC & OUTRAGEOUS MUSICAL COMEDY!
It’s a familiar story: Boy meets Girl. Girl is dating a sadistic dentist. Boy meets mysterious, blood-thirsty plant.
A FARCICAL ADAPTATION OF THIS CLASSIC STORY
You’ve never seen Jane Austen quite like this! With the heart of this masterful love story still very much intact, Kate Hamill’s farcical take on this time-honored staple of English literature has never been more captivating.
HEADWATERS NEW PLAY FESTIVAL WORLD PREMIERE
One apartment. Two different eras. Each creating unlikely friendships. In 1955, two widows explore a blossoming connection against all odds.
9:00am – YAOT Southwest Cast Performance of Seeds of Change Bonus FREE Performance of Young Audience Outreach Tour Friday 8/24 – CreedeRead more
Tuesday, September 3rd – The Ruth – The company-generated 10-minute play festival is one of the most exciting nights of the season. Five original plays inspired by a common theme…Read more
We’re off to see the Wizard! Experience this time-honored story as Dorothy travels from the plains of Kansas to the magical world of Oz. Adapted from the classic 1939 film by MGM, The Wizard of Oz takes our young heroine on a fantastical journey of adventure and adversity. Complete with a scarecrow, a tin man, a not-so-fearless lion, a wicked witch, and a little dog, too.Read more
Guadalupe has lost a daughter, Steve has lost a wife, and neither of them can find enough common ground to talk about it. Coupled with the fact that neither of them can speak the other’s language, they find a new way to connect: through an unlikely love of Telenovela–the wildly popular Latin American soap opera.Read more
Corie is a romantic free spirit. Paul is a conservative young lawyer. This classic romantic comedy follows these six-day-old newlyweds as their dream marriage and five-story walk-up apartment fall apart in front of their very eyes.Read more
A toe-tapping smash musical with music and lyrics by the one and only Dolly Parton. What happens when three female co-workers are pushed to the limit by their sexist, lying, conniving boss and decide to take matters into their own–very capable–hands?Read more
An anonymous note, a fearful wife, and a pair of curious shoes? Sounds like a perfect case Holmes and Watson. Ah but there’s a twist: Miss Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Dorothy Watson sleuth their way through the twists and turns of this classic mystery.Read more
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL WEEKEND The 2017 Headwaters New Play Festival is on August 25th from 10:00AM to 4:00PM and AugustRead more
Mike’s determined to keep his faltering general store up and running and he’ll let nothing get in the way: not his two wily daughters, the trucker who thinks he’s dead…Read more
“Talley’s Folly is a play to savor and to cheer,” writes The New York Times. Set on a decaying boathouse on a quiet river in Lebanon, Missouri,…Read more