Life in an elevator

From left, Michael Banks and Bostyn Elswick in a scene from “Hope and Gravity.” Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College will present an encore performance of the play, which is about the unexpected ways people are affected by a plummeting elevator, on Jan. 30 only at Aspen’s Wheeler Opera House. Photo Scot Gerdes

‘Hope and Gravity’ plays out at Aspen’s Wheeler Opera House Jan. 30

Taking the long view – for Aspen

The Aspen Times published the following editorial on Aug. 5, 2019.  By Carrie Besnette Hauser Aspen is exceptional – a place of majestic beauty, inspired creativity, extraordinary foresight, and demonstrated generosity. However, even with world-class services and resort amenities, and high-quality health care, schools, and public transportation, Aspen lacks several key components that make a… Continue reading Taking the long view – for Aspen

Sopris Theatre Company brings ‘The Other Place’ to Aspen Feb. 1

From left, Kelly Ketzenbarger as Juliana, Mike Monroney as Ian and Brittany Bays as The Woman will bring Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College’s award-winning production of “The Other Place” to the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen Feb. 1. The company is competing in a national theater competition in June 2019 after winning statewide recognition last summer for their production of the one-act play written by Sharr White. Photo Scot Gerdes

Benefit performance to support company’s participation in upcoming national theater competition