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Twlight Zone (A Parody)
theater company of Lafayette presents

tut uncommon

Did you know that the 100thy Anniversary of the discovery of King Tut's tomb is coming up? We did! And we're excited to present Tut Uncommon: A Play Festival Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb.

We’ve commissioned seven playwrights to each create a short play loosely inspired by this historic event. We are weaving the scripts together into a dynamic night of theater filled with mummies, ancient curses, lost loves, and PBS pledge drives gone awry.

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

WHEN:
November 4 th – 19 th (Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM; Sunday matinees at 2 PM).
There will be one Thursday performance on November 17 th at 7:30. (Pay what You Will)

About each play:


Pledge Drive by CP Stancich, directed by Jeremy Denning
A PBS pledge drive takes an unexpected turn when Howard Carter and King Tut make an appearance.

Desert Dreams by Nora Douglass, directed by Madge Montgomery
An enthusiastic movie buff breathes life into a classic mummy movie.

He Gave his Life for Tourism by Ian Gerber, directed by Madge Montgomery
A couple vacationing in Egypt discover an unexpected twist to King Tut's curse.

King Tut’s Bar and Grill by David Golden, directed by Don Thumim
An ancient hex finds its way to a lonely spot in Egypt, Idaho.

Work Death Balance by Emily Golden, directed by Vonalda Utterback
An Egyptian pharaoh seeks employment in contemporary corporate America.

House of Horrors by Paul Wells, directed by Paul Wells
A visit with a mummy at a haunted house attraction leads to awkward and unexpected revelations.

Imperishable Stars by Brad Rutledge, directed by Paul Wells
A scarab passes from Howard Carter to his housekeeper’s daughter and to King Tut from his vizier Ay, forging a link that transcends time, space, and death.

 

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The Adventures of Mr. Toad
Theater Company of Lafayette Presents

The Adventures of Mr. Toad

A play produced via ZOOM!

Mr. Toad is on trial for going on a joy ride in an automobile that did not belong to him and is  cheeky to a police officer. Find out what will happen when his friends, Mole, Rat, and Badger find out!

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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