Creede Repertory Theatre plans three plays for 56th season 

CREEDE — The Creede Repertory Theatre announced its 56th season will be outdoors and consist of three plays. 

"The past year at the Creede Repertory Theatre has been about reframing the limitations of a pandemic into opportunities for innovation and renewal," stated John DiAntonio, CRT Producing Artistic Director. "CRT’s 56th season will be a new and exciting experience for staff, artists, students, and patrons. We are heading outside! Piloted beautifully by 2020’s innovative outdoor KID Show, CRT is taking our whole season to the great outdoors for the very first time." 

This year, CRT will set three plays against the beautiful scenery of Creede with an open-air stage and seating area in Seime Park above town, across from the Sunnyside Chapel. CRT in the Park will offer six performances a week, Wednesday through Sunday, from June 25 through Sept. 4. On May 1, show titles will be announced and tickets will become available. 

The beautifully renovated outdoor seating space at the Creede Hotel and Restaurant will host "Boomtown" every Friday night and an original CRT Cabaret on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from July 1 through Sept. 4. "Boomtown" tickets will go on sale through CRT starting May 1. Tickets for the Cabaret can be reserved through the Creede Hotel and Restaurant at 719-658-2608. 

Education at CRT is ready for another summer of Day Camps, The KID Show, and the Young Audience Outreach Tour. Camps and KID Show registration is open now. Visit CRT's Education webpage to learn about specific offerings and reserve a spot. 

CRT is committed to continuing health and safety protocols in all spaces, crafted in partnership with Silver Thread Public Health with adherence to state mandates and Actors' union requirements.  

Attendance will be limited for all performances, patrons will be socially distanced, and masks will be required. Many factors went into crafting these plans, aimed to protect the health of our staff, artists, students, and patrons and keep our theatre open for Summer 2021, DiAntonio noted. 

"We can’t wait to see you live and in-person this summer. Thank you for all your support and understanding as we navigate these uncharted territories," DiAntonio stated. "As always, I would love to answer any of your questions — please don’t hesitate to reach out or stop me at the K-Belle. I hope you and your family are staying healthy and well." 

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