Winter 2017 Theater Season

SOG 2017 FacebookSonofaGunn 2017:
“National Buffoon’s Staycation”

March 2 – 4 & 9 – 11.
Doors 7:00, Curtain 7:30 pm.
Dinner & a show: Saturday, March 11. 6:00 pm.

The joys of taking a picture perfect family vacation… the wide open road, new adventures, and family togetherness… What could go wrong? Come find out and enjoy the annual SonofaGunn production of National Buffoon’s Staycation. Watch Lark Growsbald and his wacky family run into many surprising obstacles. Oh, the places they will TRY to go… Be sure to get your tickets early for this funny GAC fundraiser. Directed by Shelly Pierson.

Tickets: $20/Thursday nights, $25/Friday & Saturday nights.
Dinner & Show: $43/person includes show ticket and dinner provided by The Blue Table Restaurant.


FB bannerSt. Paddy’s Day Variety Show

March 17.
Doors 7:00, Curtain 7:30 pm.

Songs in any culture teach us about the history of that culture. Traditional music is the music of the community, transmitted orally and by ear and handed down from one generation to another. It originated more in the rural areas of Ireland, as opposed to the urban areas. Today it is a living tradition with variations and ornamentation of many musicians. In the west of Ireland, on summer evenings, people gathered at the Crossroads, playing their music and dancing. Everybody’s Irish on St. Paddy’s Day! Come celebrate the Emerald Isle at the Gunnison Arts Center’s action packed evening of Irish song, theatre, and dance on St. Patrick’s Day!

Tickets: $15/adults $ 12/snrs, members, and kids.

cartoon-oz-characters-picTADA! The Oz Monologues

Saturday, May 13.
Showings at 11:00 am & 1:00 pm.

This play by Darby Wills-Chism is a behind-the-scenes look at The Wizard of Oz and reveals what really happened when Dorothy landed in Oz. Since getting a brain, the Scarecrow complains about his problems with anxiety and insomnia. The Lion reveals his addiction to McMunchkin Meals, and the Tin Man describes his fame as a reality-TV star. Performed by the TADA! Children’s Theatre Camp, these kids have been working hard for six weeks to perform their monologues. This is a family friendly show! GAC Black Box Theatre.

Tickets: $8/adults, $5 kids (16-).