Theater and Theology's upcoming productions.
A Weekend with Pablo Picasso
April 2, 2013
March 12, 2013
By Herbert Siguenza
Drawing on the writings of iconic artist Pablo Picasso, playwright/performer Herbert Siguenza of LA’s Culture Clash creates a spirited celebration of the prolific artist’s life, featuring a sparkling portrayal—and live, onstage painting.
Producing Partner: Isabelle Clark
Other Desert Cities
April 16, 2013
March 26, 2013
By Jon Robin Baitz
A daughter returns to Palm Springs for a Christmas gathering after writing a tell-all book about a family secret. Parents and family suddenly scramble with an issue they’d rather not discuss. Secrets and lies unravel making each character more complex—and human.
Theatre & Theology
The Rocky Mountain Synod has a special arrangement with The Denver Theatre Company of The Denver Center for the Performing Arts to see each of its productions at a reduced ticket price and enjoy a theological talk-back.
The Denver Theatre Company
Denver Center for Performing Arts Directions
After each performance, we engage the cast in a moderated talk-back on theological issues in the play. The performances are on a Tuesday evening during the 10 month theatrical season
Theater and Theology (T&T), an educational offering that Rocky Mountain Synod congregations of the front range have been enjoying for the past 19 years.
T&T goers can see as many, or as few, of the season’s 10 plays as they wish. Some select just a couple; other congregations haven’t missed any performances in all these years! We have had nights with more than 150 attendees and as few as 25 There is no minimum number to tickets each congregation needs to order to get the group rate.
Although most performances do not admit children under six years of age, some plays may be suitable for families with children. Older children may enjoy many of the other plays, although some plays may deal with themes more likely to be enjoyed by adult audiences. Consult the play descriptions for more information.
one-page Play Schedule and
Reservation Deadline listing
to download and print.
T&T Congregational Coordinators
The preferred method of making reservations for a play is through your congregation coordinator. As a thank you for their effort to promote participation in “T&T”, we offer your coordinator a free ticket for one of the plays of their choosing during the season.
The T&T Congregational Coordinator contacts Marcia Bollman at 303-791-1585 (or e-mail her) with the number of tickets requested on or before the deadline). A check for the amount due as soon as possible and at least one week before the performance date to Marcia Bollman, 3564 W. Boardwalk Circle, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129.
Make your reservations as early as possible, as seating is limited. Make your checks payable to "Rocky Mountain Synod." Please note at the bottom of your check, "T & T: (name of play)."
Coordinators: Please be at the theater by 6:00 p.m. to pick up your group’s tickets. If you do not have a T&T Congregational Coordinator, consider volunteering to serve in this capacity by publicizing plays and making reservation arrangements.
If your congregation does not have a T&T Congregational Coordinator and you would like to attend a play, you may email Marcia Bollman with the number of tickets requested on or before the deadline. You must then send a check for the amount due as soon as possible and at least one week before the performance date to Marcia Bollman, 3564 W. Boardwalk Circle, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129. Once you have requested a reservation, you are obligated to pay for the ticket, even if you are unable to attend the play. Make your checks payable to "Rocky Mountain Synod." Please note at the bottom of your check, "T & T: (name of play)."