Fort Collins, Colorado

Orphans

OpenStage Theatre

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre

Regular $20-24 | Senior (age 60+) $15-18 | Student $15-18 | Teen (age 13-19) $12 | Child (age 12 & under) $12 | Group (10+ tickets) $15-18 | Matinee Reg. $15-18

Orphans

OpenStage Theatre

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre



Regular $20-24 | Senior (age 60+) $15-18 | Student $15-18 | Teen (age 13-19) $12 | Child (age 12 & under) $12 | Group (10+ tickets) $15-18 | Matinee Reg. $15-18

By Lyle Kessler
Directed by Peter Anthony

 “Electrifying... Scorching... Wickedly funny one minute and powerfully emotional the next.”
– Hollywood Reporter

Grit and humor wind their way through this searing, award-winning psychological thriller.  In a run-down house in North Philadelphia live two orphan brothers – Philip, a recluse sealed off in a world of canned tuna and Errol Flynn movies, and Treat, a violent pickpocket and thief.  Burning with resentment, Treat kidnaps a Chicago gangster named Harold and holds him for ransom.  But Harold skillfully turns the tables on the boys, resulting in a ferociously funny and gripping tale about living life on your own terms.

Categories: Comedy , All Shows

Parental Advisory: Contains adult language.


Ticket Information


Student Night (3/31) - Free performance for students and educators. Call 970.484.5237 for reservations.

PWYC (4/7) - Pay what you can.  No reservations, just donations at the door.  First come first serve.
FAB Friday (4/8) - All seats are $15 and include a free beer from ODell Brewing Co.

 


By Lyle Kessler
Directed by Peter Anthony

 “Electrifying... Scorching... Wickedly funny one minute and powerfully emotional the next.”
– Hollywood Reporter

Grit and humor wind their way through this searing, award-winning psychological thriller.  In a run-down house in North Philadelphia live two orphan brothers – Philip, a recluse sealed off in a world of canned tuna and Errol Flynn movies, and Treat, a violent pickpocket and thief.  Burning with resentment, Treat kidnaps a Chicago gangster named Harold and holds him for ransom.  But Harold skillfully turns the tables on the boys, resulting in a ferociously funny and gripping tale about living life on your own terms.

Categories: Comedy , All Shows


Ticket Information

Student Night (3/31) - Free performance for students and educators. Call 970.484.5237 for reservations.

PWYC (4/7) - Pay what you can.  No reservations, just donations at the door.  First come first serve.
FAB Friday (4/8) - All seats are $15 and include a free beer from ODell Brewing Co.