‘The Nina Variations’ opens virtually April 9

From left, James Steindler and Ciara Morrison rehash their relationship in "The Nina Variations." The two actors share the roles with three other acting couples in this contemporary take-off on Chekov's star-crossed lovers in "The Seagull,” streaming in nine performances, April 9-15.

Sopris Theatre Company’s play runs for nine performances through April 25

Online performance kicks off Sopris Theatre Company season Nov. 6

Nine actors are featured in nine monologues in “Rogues’ Gallery,” a streamed performance by Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College, Nov. 6-15. Single tickets are on sale only via ShowTix4U at https://www.showtix4u.com/events/18218 Among the characters are Emily Henley as Lockdown. Photo Scot Gerdes

Adapting during times of COVID, nine solo characters fill ‘Rogues’ Gallery’

Sopris Theatre Company introduces innovative season

From left, Midge Gladwell, Mary San Miguel, Colton Grove and Kestra Arrington block out a scene for “Rogues’ Gallery,” Sopris Theatre Company’s first virtual production of 2020-21, Nov. 6-15. The company is adopting new techniques such as green screens and physical distancing as they rehearse for the new season.

Colorado Mountain College revisualizes the theatrical performance

A romantic ‘whodunit’ – with the audience as detective

Colorado Mountain College students James Steindler as Matthew rehearses with Stella von Dedenroth as his wife Lisa, who may or may not be having an affair with a British film director named Adrian, for Sopris Theatre Company’s February production, “Private Eyes,” at CMC Spring Valley Feb. 14-23. Photo Brad Moore

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Sopris Theatre Company’s “Private Eyes”

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

A look under ‘The Veil’

From left, Peyton Wild, Brendan T. Cochran, Jeff Carlson and Chip Winn Wells hold a séance during “The Veil,” Sopris Theatre Company’s production running Nov. 30 through Dec. 8 at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley. The play, set in 19th century Ireland, is by contemporary playwright Conor McPherson. Photo Scot Gerdes

Sopris Theatre Company’s next production searches for redemption

Going up? ‘Hope and Gravity’ looks at life in an elevator

From left, Michael Banks, Bostyn Elswick, Christina Cappelli and James Steindler in a scene from “Hope and Gravity,” Sopris Theatre Company’s first production of the season, which opens Oct. 18 at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley. Most of the actors play multiple roles in this comic drama centered around an elevator dislodging and crashing inside a big-city building. Photo Scot Gerdes

Sopris Theatre Company opens season Oct. 18

Life – nine stories above the ground

How do you perform a stage play inside an elevator? From left, Michael Banks, Christina Cappelli, Joshua Adamson and James Steindler rehearse for Sopris Theatre Company’s “Hope and Gravity,” the first production of the Colorado Mountain College theater troupe’s season. The play runs Oct. 18-27. Photo Scot Gerdes

Sopris Theatre Company’s season opener runs Oct. 18-27