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2019-2020 Regional Series

The Regional Series brings renowned performances from throughout our area to Pueblo, serving live performance lovers of all ages.  The Sangre de Cristo Regional Series aims to bring live performance to the younger crowd, those twenty and thirty-somethings who see these types of events as social gatherings and a way to "discover" the next big thing.  The talent showcased during the series hails from the Front Range with varied types like comedy, music, theatre, film, etc.  But the atmosphere will always remain the same... fun, niche-based, and comfortable - never stuffy.  

Tickets: $20 or save with season tickets and see all 5 Regional Series shows for just $76.

The Regional Series is sponsored by Carolyn Jackson, Montgomery-Steward Funeral Directors, Midtown Shopping Center, Dorothy O’Dowd, The Baumberger Family, Dee Rogers Brown, Ted & Sylvia Clair, Warren Diodosio, Nick Gradisar, Hunter Orthodontics, John Lee, Susan Ooton & Gary Thomas, Dorothy Shaw, Laura Solano, Val Tursi.

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Past shows from this season:

SHOW: The Laramie Project        

WHEN: Saturday, September 7, 2019 @ 7:30pm

INFO: In October 1998, a twenty-one-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming. His name was Matthew Shepard, and he was the victim of this assault because he was gay.

Moisés Kaufman and fellow members of the Tectonic Theater Project made six trips to Laramie over the course of a year and a half, in the aftermath of the beating and during the trial of the two young men accused of killing Shepard. They conducted more than 200 interviews with the people of the town to create this docudrama. The Laramie Project is a breathtaking collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable.

Performed by Springs Ensemble Theatre (SET), whose mission is to produce intimate, live theatre in collaboration with artists throughout the Colorado Springs area. By telling diverse stories on stage, SET explores problems and choices central to the human condition. SET believes that theatre should engage its audience and build community by exercising the conscience, entertaining the mind, and inspiring the imagination.


“Though at its foundation “The Laramie Project” was born from tragedy, it has become a beacon of light, hope and honor.”  -Encore Magazine 

SHOW: Municipal Band Holiday Concert  (FREE CONCERT)

WHEN: Sunday, December 15, 2019 @ 2pm

INFO: Pueblo’s Municipal Band has been playing every summer since 1913 and contains sixty-five members. All of these musicians are performing because they have a passion to produce captivating sounds. This performance features the entire concert ensemble and the Pueblo Municipal Jazz Band.


“One of Pueblo’s most enjoyable Sunday evening traditions!” - Harold & Cindy

SHOW: Oddville             BUY TICKETS

WHEN: Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 7:30 pm

INFO: Hilarious and hi-tech, magical and musical, beautiful and touching and, of course, a bit odd. It’s a one-man show where the one man doesn’t talk but somehow speaks to your five senses until you can’t help but blurt out, “Wait, What? How did that happen? THAT’S AWESOME!” 

ODDVILLE is a heartfelt story packed with charming live feats and spectacular technology all set to music from the soundtrack of our lives.  It is utterly unique modern theater that transports you back to the past and into the future all at the same time – that special somewhere where you laugh, think and love anew. 

Audiences may arrive in ODDVILLE separately but they can’t resist coming together - with many coming back to make sure what they saw really did happen.

Now it’s your chance. Come visit ODDVILLE for the most surprising and memorable trip of your life.

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An extraordinary theatre experience!” - Denver Post

As seen on “America’s Got Talent”

This performance was cancelled.

SHOW: Willson & McKee present “A Bit of Sea Between - A Celtic Adventure"             

WHEN: Friday, March 13, 2020 @ 7:30pm  

INFO: Ken Willson and Kim McKee have toured professionally for 29 years and won international and national awards for songwriting and instrumental work.

This St. Patrick’s Day weekend, join them for a virtual trip to Ireland and Scotland through folklore - timeless oral traditions, music, stories, history, landscape, and culture will come alive as they weave the ancient and the contemporary into a memorable adventure.


"Absolutely WONDERFUL! I had the pleasure of seeing them perform once & it was a magical night of entertainment. I have one of their CDs & play it in my car when I need to feel a sense of peace and listen to wonderful music that transports me to a mythic place in Ireland."  –Karen Emanuelson

"Being in the presence of these 2 musicians is like being a witness to the power of love: love they have for one another as husband and wife, love for the power of music both new and historic, love for their instruments, love for the art of teaching through music, and love for the audiences with whom they so genuinely and generously interact. Their performances are so very close to having them as guests in your own living room, guests you'd love to invite back again and again." –Patricia Reynolds

This performance was cancelled.

SHOW: Opera à la carte: An Evening of Classics and Carmen  

WHEN: Saturday, May 16, 2020 @ 7:30 pm   

INFO: Opera Colorado begins the night with a “Best Of” session of arias and ensembles, showcasing pieces the audience is sure to recognize.  After intermission, return for an abridged version of Carmen – Bizet’s operatic masterpiece - widely acclaimed for its brilliance of melody, harmony, drama, and for the skill with which Bizet represented the emotions and suffering of his characters. Carmen includes the popular "Habanera" and "Toreador Song."

This performance includes a Q&A session with the artists following the performance.

Great cities need great art—and Opera Colorado has brought world-class opera to Denver and beyond since its founding in 1981. 


“…The classical art form is presented at its best with elements of both the past and present.”

– Broadway World

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