◊photo/ John Gary Brown
Creede Repertory Theatre
An original, exciting Season for 2009
2009 marks Creede Repertory Theatre’s 44th season.

Located in Colorado’s scenic San Juan Mountains, the CRT invites you to experience nationally-celebrated theatre at what USA Today calls “one of the 10 great places to see the lights off Broadway.”

CRT’s 2009 Season offers a rich variety of plays, and with a unique repertory format, visitors can see up to five shows in a week.

‘A Wonderful Noise’

Book by Michael Hollinger; music, lyrics and story by Michael Hollinger and Vance Lehmkuhl.

This delightful musical about a battle of barbershop quartets blends toe-tapping tunes, high-energy farce, and unexpected romance to make a very wonderful noise.

‘The Imaginary Invalid’

By Molière; translation by Nagle Jackson.

From the master of farce comes the tale of a miserly hypochondriac, whose imaginary illnesses (and very real wealth) are a prescription for outlandish comedy.

‘Swiss Family Robinson’

Book and lyrics by Jeff Carey; music by Jessica Jackson.

This CRT original adaptation of the classic tale of a castaway family is a magical, musical adventure for all ages.

‘Kimberly Akimbo’

By David Lindsay-Abaire.

This dark and ultimately touching comedy was heralded by the New York Times as “at once a shrewd satire, a black comedy, and a heartbreaking study of how time wounds everyone.”

‘Grimm Pajamas’

Book and lyrics by Jeff Carey; music by Jessica Jackson.

Be prepared for a rambunctious, bed-bouncing, beast-bashing hour as the Brothers Grimm sing and squabble their way through your favorite fairy tales.


Improv comedy at CRT.

‘CRT Songbook’

You’ll hear some of your old favorites — and perhaps a few new favorites, too — when the entertainers of CRT bring you several unforgettable evenings of song.

For more information about the 2009 Season and innovative educational programs for kids and adults, contact Renee Stynchula at renee@creederep.com or (719) 658-2540 x21. Also visit www.creederep.org and check out the official blog at www.creederepblog.com.