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Twlight Zone (A Parody)
theater company of Lafayette presents


What makes the holidays truly magical? Is it Mariah Carey’s “All I
want for Christmas,” or the long-awaited reunion of family members
from far, far away? Perhaps it’s the hard work elves put into getting
the presents ready, or the opportunity to look back and reconnect with
loved ones through a medium. For the Theater Company of Lafayette
(TCL), it’s all of the above and more!

This play festival features 6 plays by exceptional playwrights, Andrew
Catterall, Katherine Dubois, Jeff Richards, Madge Montgomery, Paul
Wells, Jeremy Denning, and Andrew Fiamengo. The beauty of Holidazed
and Confused is how perfectly it embodies the spirit of Community
Theater and the holidays all at once. How? Playwrights get together to
write scripts in just two short weeks, and then work with directors
and actors to bring it all to life in less than a month. It’s all
about collaboration, creativity, and having fun together.

Mary Miller Theater, 300 East Simpson Street, Lafayette, CO 80026.

Three nights only! Friday, December 16, and Saturday, December 17 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, December 18 at 2 pm. Tickets are $15 and $5 of each ticket goes to local charity Sister Carmen.

Get your tickets here.

About each play:

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Covid by Andrew Catterall, Directed by Don Thumim.
It’s about to be Christmas and two elves, Gumdrop and Rhubarb, are working in Santa’s Workshop when Mrs. Claus comes in to “help”. How will Covid affect Christmas and Mrs. Claus’ plans?

Relevant Revelry by Katherine Dubois, directed by Hannah Richards.
When Alice gets cast in a Christmas play, her parents and neighbor are excited for her but they want her play to be something it isn’t. As they get more and more excited about the holiday, they act out different Christmas stories.

Boomer Christmas by Jeff Richards, directed by Paul Wells.
It’s 2022 and the Little Women from Louise May Alcott’s masterpiece are back, but they are now in their 70s and trying to escape a Key West nursing home. Will they be able to escape or will it be too much effort?


Medium, Well by Madge Montgomery, directed by Hannah Richards.
Married couple Elliott and Henry are out of work and out of luck. When Henry meets a widow in public, he decides to have a seance for her in exchange for money. Turns out this lady has some dark secrets. What could they be?

Holiday Spirit by Paul Wells, Directed by Paul Wells
When Ted loses his wife, he goes to a fortune-teller, Sarafina. He wants to make contact with his recently deceased wife, but will he succeed?

Lee Liebowitz, Supervillain Attorney by Jeremy Denning, and Andrew Fiamengo, directed by Jeremy Denning.
Lee Liebowitz is an attorney to supervillains and it’s nearing Christmas. Jack Frost, Bad Santa, and The Siren come to visit — will he be able to get them out of trouble?


Don't miss out! Get your tickets here.





Stay tuned for more details on our 2023 season. First up, The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon.

March 3rd-18th, 2023 Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm.
2 Sunday matinees on March 5th and 12th at 2pm.
There will be one Thursday performance on March 9th at 7:30pm (Pay what you can night).



We are so grateful to be included in Colorado Gives' 365 one-stop-shop for donations. If you were hoping to donate to TCL, then you can do so easily from their site. Click here to donate to us, and here to see the many other organizations they support!



We are so excited about receiving this distinction from our beloved community. As Yellow Scene Magazine explains, community members vote for their preferred theater by writing in their vote, no drop-down menus or multiple days of submitting votes.

We are passionate about putting on thoughtful, fun, engaging, and unique shows, and this award shows us our hard work paid off. Thank you to all who voted, it means the world to us.

We can't wait to continue putting on more productions that tickle the senses and inspire the mind. Thank you, from all of us at TCL.

To learn more about the award, click here.

The Adventures of Mr. Toad
Theater Company of Lafayette Presents

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Plays produced via Zoom!

We all coped with the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic differently. For all of us at TCL, turning off our theater minds just wasn't an option, so like everybody else, we took to the internet! We're really proud of the creativity, innovation, and playfulness we brought to the medium, and we hope you consider joining us for a delightful romp via YouTube: click here to subscribe and watch our stuff!

At Theater Company of Lafayette, we believe in the power of theater for story telling and the power of the black voice. We believe in equality and stand in solidarity. BLACK LIVES MATTER. “If art doesn't make us better, then what on earth is it for?”Alice Walker
"It was the most intimate theater experience that I've had and that setting just added to an already powerful and emotional play."The Laramie Project opening night audience member