February 21 - March 22, 2014

Earth and Sky

by Douglas Post
Directed by Brian J. Brooks and Ed Berry

A poetic thriller about a would-be poet and part-time librarian named Sara McKeon whose lover of ten weeks, David Ames, is found dead one hot August morning in the city of Chicago. It appears that David, owner and manager of an expensive art-deco restaurant, may have been involved in several illicit activities including kidnapping, rape and murder. Unable to believe that the man she gave her heart to was a killer, and outraged that the police seem to have closed the book on the case, Sara begins her own investigation of the crime and is led deeper and deeper through the urban labyrinth into the contemporary underworld. As the detective story moves forward in time, scenes from the love affair take us back to the moment when Sara and David first met. Finally the plots converge, and Sara finds herself face to face with the person who murdered her beloved.

SARA MCKEON............................
Julie Butters-Wolf
DAVID AMES.................................
Brian J. Brooks
DETECTIVE AL KERSNOWSKI...
Richard Witherspoon
DETECTIVE H. E. WEBER..........
Owen Niland
JOYCE LAZLO..............................
Veronica Straight-Lingo
BILLY HART...................................
Mike Kienker
CARL EISENSTADT......................
Dave Cuomo
MARIE DEFARIA...........................
Kristen Mair
JULIUS GATZ................................
Seth Maisel

 

button

PART THREE of FTCs Staged Reading Series

Lisa Newcar
Written and directed by Peter Nemenoff

Why do we pick the relationships that we do? Hugh has two relationships in his life—His girlfriend, Patricia, and his plutonic best friend, Penelope.  After a uncomfortable breakup with Patricia, Hugh finds himself single & unhappy.   But one summer evening over drinks, both Hugh and Penelope find the dynamics of their relationships to have changed and begin to discuss their own relationship and how they ended up as friends—A question that reveals hilarious and unexpected events.


All readings will be at 2pm
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS
March  8th, 9th, 15th, & 22nd

TICKETS $10

WARNING: This show contains adult language, and may not be suitable for children under 13

 

button

Tickets are $20
$2 discount for military, seniors, and students
* For Special group rates, call our message line below

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30 PM
2nd and 4th Sundays @ 6:30 PM

(unless otherwise noted)

For reservations or information, call our message line:
303-562-3232.

Do you enjoy FREE theater?

Volunteer!
Firehouse Theater Company is looking for volunteers to help sell concessions. The best part is, you get to see the show for free!
Email us at firehousetc@gmail.com for more information!

Productions made possible in part by a generous grant from:



Directions Located at:

The John Hand Theater on the CFU Lowry Campus
7653 E. 1st Place
Denver CO 80230

Building  
CTG


Webmaster