at 3955 Regent Cir, Colorado Springs, 80918 United States

THEATREWORKS is a professional regional theatre dedicated to creating challenging and innovative productions of classic and contemporary theatre.To purchase tickets or for more information visit

3955 Regent Cir
Colorado Springs , CO 80918
United States
Contact Phone
P: (719) 255-3232


Our mailing address is 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80918.


Price category
$$ (10-30)

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Sarah S.

What a fantastic Venue for Theater. I have been here several times and i have always had a wonderful experience. The venue is small and its impossible to... Read more

Jo L.

Wow, what a great experience at the theater! I recently saw a performance of the black comedy "The Lying Kind". I really, really enjoyed this crazy... Read more

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Colorado Springs connections are well represented in NYC at the moment. The Director of the Theatre Program and Prologue Producer, Kevin Landis led a "prologue" style conversation with the stars of the Theatre for a New Audience cast of A Doll's House featuring John Douglas Thompson. The same cast is in the The Father which also features Nigel Gore, who was last seen at THEATREWORKS in Women of Will.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-06-05 02:20:11 GMT

Share your love of the arts by mentoring a teen today... mentors needed.

Published Big Brothers Big Sisters-Pikes Peak on 2016-05-19 20:14:01 GMT

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-11 15:16:19 GMT

We are thrilled to be honoring Ed and Mary who have been supporting us and countless other organizations in this community for nearly forty years. Join us and raise your glasses to the mighty Osbornes! Thank you Ed and Mary.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-18 01:06:08 GMT

We love these glimpses into the creative process around our community! Actors discuss the first reading of a new adaptation of Agamemnon to be produced by THEATREWORKS next season ...

Published Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region on 2016-05-17 15:39:22 GMT

David Mason, former Colorado poet laureate, discusses his new adaptation of Agamemnon at a first reading with actors. We're going whole hog for Greek in a year or so, a truly epic journey. Fabulous.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-17 05:46:13 GMT

Congratulations to THEATREWORKS, recipient of the Joe Schipiacasse, Do the Right Thing Award at our 2016 Annual Awards Dinner. Our 2016 Portraits and Masterpieces calendar was made a reality because of the generous use of costumes from THEATREWORKS. The willingness of the costume department to collaborate with The Arc Pikes Peak Region exemplifies strong community partnership. Award present by Barb Schiappacasse with REMAX Advantage. #WorldsGreatest

Published The Arc Pikes Peak Region on 2016-05-15 16:50:26 GMT

Congratulations to the UCCS graduating class of 2016! #UCCS2016 #UCCS #UCCSTHEATRE AND here's to a SOLD OUT closing weekend of "Girl of the Golden West!" You git 'em, girl!

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-13 22:27:57 GMT

Six more nights at the Polka Saloon as our Girl heads into the final weekend. Here are seven reasons to catch it if you can: 1. CAITLIN WISE—Our Girl is giving the performance of the year in a role where she has to hold her own against 19 guys. Great acting makes you more intelligent, and as the Girl Caitlin allows us to understand how a human being can be naïve, savvy, hilarious, tragic, melodramatic, adorable, sassy, spunky, and sensational all at once. She’s alive in every instant. 2. DAVID BELASCO—the playwright who entirely dominated the American stage for many decades has disappeared from view. This production gives us a rare glimpse into state of the art theatre of a century ago, and while many of its elements now seem familiar, there are real pleasures of language and culture you won’t find anywhere else on the American stage. 3. RACE— racism is unfiltered and ubiquitous throughout. Asians are “chinks,” Mexicans are “greasers.” Indians say “ugh”, and are given ribbons as rewards and sent off to their wigwams. That’s likely the way the white miners were in 1849, and the play seems to take no notice. It’s no big deal, and apparently nothing to trouble your mind over. Until one stunning, quiet moment in the last act. And then there it all is. 4. THE MELODRAMA—When’s the last time you saw a classic melodrama played straight? No moustache twirling, but wild swings between comedy, suffering, hope, despair, and a sensational scene with blood and three aces at the play’s climax when everything is on the line. Now that’s theater! 5. THE BOYS—We’ve got 19 men on stage and they are all terrific. Many of them have acted together for decades; theyr’re comfortable in their own skins and with each other. You could say they were born to play in westerns, and now they have their chance. They’re making the most of it. 6. THE AMBIENCE—We have real trees, an amazing revolving set, snowflakes and a great house band. But they play in the back room, and they are so active and yet they never call attention to themselves, always supporting the action on stage. Mark Arnest playing the song of the 49ers under the tender last moments of the show is simply quiet perfection. 7. THE YEARNING—underneath the melodrama and the western atmosphere this is a play about yearning. Yearning for romance, for rising up and becoming something more. It’s fair to say the entire play is yearning to become an opera. And way out west dreams come true.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-11 22:49:39 GMT

Heading in to a nearly SOLD OUT weekend of "Girl of the Golden West," there are a couple of tickets here and there, so if you want to scoop 'em up for Mother's Day, best not to delay!

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-06 22:16:16 GMT

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-04 21:59:05 GMT

"Girl [of the Golden West] rises above the ordinary. This is a gem. They have taken an obscure script from a century ago, dressed it up in a beautiful set, and zealously brought it to life...I expected melodrama. I didn’t expect inspiration." A genuinely wonderful review, plus great call outs for our amazing cast. Git yer tickets today at

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-03 21:11:50 GMT

"...the night is a genuine feast of romance and tragi-comic turns." Don't miss the feast! Tickets on sale now, and many remaining performances are sold out.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-05-02 22:55:18 GMT

A standing ovation after the first preview of Girl of the Golden West? We'll take it. Congrats to the amazing cast and crew that is bringing such wonderful life to our first-ever western! If you don't have your seats yet, do it soon - many performances are sold out.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-29 13:32:28 GMT

from Murray Ross The Girl of the Golden West is a play with no names. Or a play where the names are all made up. As the girl says of all the miners and everyone passing through the Polka Saloon, "Not one of...

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-28 20:48:46 GMT

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-27 20:32:44 GMT

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-27 20:26:36 GMT

Check out the Gazette's preview of Girl of the Golden West! Terrifically fun show with gorgeous costumes and a girl you can't help but falling for.

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-27 18:20:05 GMT

First dress rehearsal of GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST is tonight! We have a masterfully designed show with the finest actors around (from near and far). The first week is completely SOLD OUT except for opening night, Thursday, April 28. Best git yer tickets today!

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-26 17:11:28 GMT

Work with us! We're hiring for a costume shop manager. Apply today online:

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-20 16:51:18 GMT

Our fantastic scenic designer Russell Parkman gets in town tonight to put the finishing touches on his design for Girl of the Golden West. (He also designed The Liar, The Wild Duck, Ghosts and Mary Stuart.) Here's an early rendering... wait for real posts later this week!

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-20 16:05:45 GMT

Girl of the Golden West got a write up in American Theater magazine--very cool! Check it out:

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-15 21:27:47 GMT

Saturday, April 16th NT Live Screening has been canceled due to (likely) snow. We will still show Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Sunday, April 17th at 3 pm. Stay warm tomorrow night!

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-15 17:36:29 GMT

Check out our latest newsletter on Girl of the Golden West, and then make your reservations!

Published THEATREWORKS on 2016-04-12 20:54:26 GMT