Ken Ludwig’s


directed by Michael Perlman

June 25 – September 4, 2021

Performances in Seime Park


Falling in love at a distance…
Although nearly 3,000 miles apart, when US Army doctor Jack Ludwig begins writing aspiring actress Louise Rabiner, sparks fly. This engaging and heartwarming comedy tells a story of how connection and relationships unfold while a world apart. Based on the story of his parents’ courtship during WWII, Tony Award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig (Leading Ladies, Moon Over Buffalo, Lend Me a Tenor) explores love, isolation, and hope over great distance.
Romantic Comedy


Content Advisory

This production contains descriptions of war and violence, some strong language, and a love story that ends happily.

Please see CRT’s complete list of Content Advisories and Trigger Warnings for additional information. 


CRT in the Park

This summer, CRT is partnering with the City of Creede, Mineral County, and Silver Thread Public Health to bring you theatre in beautiful Seime Park.

Do I have to wear a mask? Masks will be required at all times for all CRT in the Park performances.

Where is Seime Park? Seime Park is located at 130 Bee McClure Drive, across the street from Sunnyside Chapel and the Mineral County Cemetery. It is a 2 minute drive from town. There is a walking path from 2nd and Loma Street, as well. 

Is parking available? Parking is available around Sunnyside Chapel. CRT will have signage to guide you and a parking attendant on duty for all performances.

Are chairs provided for CRT in the Park? Patrons will need to bring their own chair or blanket.

What’s the weather like up there? For outdoor shows, please dress accordingly (layers for sun, wind, and maybe light rain!), bring an umbrella, and wear comfy shoes.

What if it rains? If it is clear prior to the performance that we will be forced to cancel, ticket holders will receive a call from our Patron Services staff. If it begins raining during a performance we will hold for 20 minutes to see if it clears; if we are unable to resume the performance we will cancel. If a performance, or any portion of a performance, is cancelled due to weather CRT will exchange your ticket for any future CRT in the Park performance.

Can I eat or drink during the performance? Due to strict regulations from the Actors’ Union, there is no eating or drinking (except water) during the performance. CRT will have chilled water for sale, but no other concessions. 

COVID-19 Safety

Please read CRT’s COVID-19 Safety Protocols prior to attending any CRT in the Park performance. Many factors went into crafting these rules – your health and safety, and that of our staff and artists, was of the utmost importance. These protocols may change as summer goes on. Thank you for your support and understanding as we navigate new territory together!


Michael Perlman

Scenic & Properties Design
AnnDee Alvidrez

Costume Design
Elly Hunt

Lighting Design
Kaye Swindell

Sound Design & Original Composition
Ethan Fuller

Courtney Cauthon

EDI Facilitation
Brittni Shambaugh Addison

Stage Manager
Juan Carlos Contreras*

Graham Ward*
Caitlin Wise*

* Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.


Registration is open for Summer Day Camps and The KID Show


An ancient tale and the modern world collide…