Winter 2018 Black Box Theater Season

Audition Announcements:

Check back for audition dates and times for up coming productions.

Oscar Short Film Nights – Best of the Best!
Documentary: Thurs, March 22
Live Action: Fri. March 23
Animation: Sat. March 24.

Doors 6:30, films 7:00 pm.

In coordination with the Crested Butte Film Festival, the GAC will present the best of the best of the Oscar Short Films from 2017. Enjoy one theme a night; documentary, live action, and animation short films. Full bar and popcorn available.
Admission: $10/person or $25/three night movie pass.

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The Gaze
March 29 – 31. Doors 7:00, Curtain 7:30 pm.

“The Gaze” combines dance, theatre, and spoken word to express the issues that arise when women are gazed upon as objects. As an audience member, the power to create change lies within your gaze. The gaze is the act of seeing and of being seen. Critical theory examines underlying power structures within the act of seeing that establishes a hierarchy of power in which the gazer is superior to the object of the gaze. Feminist studies recognize a sexual imbalance in which the male gaze projects its fantasy onto the female figure. Women are thus oppressed into mere objects of male desire. This is the world we live in every day, though we do not always see it. Without recognition, there is no hope for change. “I always feel like somebody’s watching me” – Rockwell.

Directed and choreographed by Donielle Carr.
Appropriate for ages 16+.

Tickets: $12/adults, $7/members, seniors, students with ID.
A portion of ticket sales will benefit Project Hope of Gunnison Valley.

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‘night, Mother
Production dates will be changing, TBA.

Marsh Norman’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, ‘night, Mother is an eloquent, powerful and ultimately shattering play that explores the final hour in the life of a young woman who has decided that life is no longer worth living. It centers on the interactions between an elderly woman and her daughter, whose depression has pushed her to the brink of suicide. As she steels herself for her last act, her mother unflinchingly encourages her to opt for life. Directed by Erin Young. Appropriate for ages 16+.

Tickets: $12/adults, $10/Members, Snrs (60+).

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