Supporting the Colorado Theatre Community Through

Connection, Celebration, Advocacy, and Education

Jobs + Auditions

Our easy-to-use jobs board provides details on jobs, auditions, and internships in Colorado’s entertainment community.

Looking to hire? Post your job or audition here.

Shows + Events

Our Events Calendar is the central hub for Colorado Theatre Guild member theatre performances. You can now search shows by keyword, date, or view upcoming performances by the month.

Workshops + Classes

Whether you’re just getting your start or are a seasoned veteran of the stage, our selection of ongoing classes and periodic workshops will help you gain confidence in the crafts of acting, auditioning, improv, and more.

Henry Awards

The Henry Awards honor outstanding achievements during the past season—Nominations are determined through a judging process conducted by more than 100 statewide peer professionals, academics/educators and other theatre lovers.

Colorado Theatre Guild

2024 Unified Auditions

Find out everything you need to know!

Over 40 Years

of bringing the Colorado Theatre community together

Colorado Theatre Guild was created to support the Colorado theatre community, entertainment businesses, and the theatre-going public. As an arts guild, we are a thriving and innovative organization that promotes the cultural, entertainment, and educational benefits of live theatre. Member organizations support CTG and help to keep theatre going strong in Colorado.

Upcoming Events

Event Series James & the Giant Peach

James & the Giant Peach

The Lincoln Center 417 W. Magnolia Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

“A little magic can take you a long way.” Join young James Henry Trotter as he embarks on an epic adventure inside the world’s largest peach! Accompanied by a wise […]


Ancient Aliens Live

paramount theatre 1621 Glenarm Pl., Denver, CO, United States

Experience the long-running hit program "Ancient Aliens" LIVE on tour! This interactive event explores thought-provoking extraterrestrial theories on fan-favorite topics from Ancient Egypt to the moon, paving the long road […]

$39 – $59

Fiddler on the Roof

Longmont Theatre Company 513 Main Street, Longmont

Fiddler on the Roof is the beloved story of the small, tradition-steeped town of Anatevka, Russia, where Jews and Russians live in delicate balance. During the course of the show, […]


Good People

The Wright Opera House 472 Main Street, Ouray

Created by UpstART Theater, Produced by The Wright Opera House,, Mature Audiences Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where a night on the town means a few rounds of […]

Event Series Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots

Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre 800 Grand Avenue, Grand Lake, CO, United States

Kinky Boots Book by Harvey Fierstein Music and Lyrics by Cyndi Lauper Charlie Price has reluctantly inherited his father's shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to […]

$45 – $65


The Bug Theatre 3654 Navajo Street, Denver, CO, United States

Integration by Jack Dawkins (At Denver Fringe) Integration is a one of a kind living-documentary, a combination of live music, storytelling, performance art, and documentary footage to create an immersive, […]

Event Series Andy


The People’s Building 9995 E. Colfax Avenue, Aurora, CO, United States

ANDY is a one bro show following college hockey player, Andy, as he starts a sex-ed club on campus. Part play, part workshop, part best kegger of your life, the […]



The Lodge at Woods Boss 675 22nd St, Denver

SUGARCOATED is an autobiographical late (late) coming-of-age story about Jen: a romantic daydreamer who absolutely should have known she was queer by the time she was 8 years old. Through […]

The Music Man

Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre 800 Grand Avenue, Grand Lake, CO, United States

The Music Man Book, Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson Story by Meredith Willson and Franklin Lacey The Music Man follows fast-talking traveling salesman, Harold Hill, as he cons the […]

$45 – $65

A Message From
Our President

On behalf of the entire Colorado Theatre Guild, thank you for supporting the power and wonder of live theatre this past season. Theatre making and producing did not get easier as we moved into an (alleged) post Pandemic world. Though there were sold out houses and much to celebrate, there is still great struggle for sustainability within the theatre community. Vibrant theatres shuttered its doors during the past season, and many theatres are still trying to unlock the mystery of getting audiences to return. Colorado artists are hyper aware of inflation, rising gas and food prices. It is harder than ever to make a living wage pursuing the passion of working full time in the arts. Despite all of the hardship, this beloved theatre community created uplifting and thought-provoking theatre that made us gasp, laugh, and take moments to pause. Thank you. Thank you for telling stories that stir our souls. To the playwrights, thank you! Everything starts with the spark you provide after countless rewrites and agonizing nights without sleep. To every performer, designer, director, producer, administrator, stage manager, and volunteer, thank YOU. Live theatre can’t happen without you. Please know that we, your CTG family, are rooting for you. We are cheering you on. We believe in you and the necessity of LIVE theatre—be it play, musical, immersive, small, medium, or large scale. We believe in you first-time producers and we are thrilled that the veteran producers are still working among us. We pledge to continue serving our community with the resources we have. We are here. We are listening. We are grateful to be part of the Colorado theatre community.

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