Photos: Off-Center's Cult Following: 'Secrets and Confessions'

One of the bonus events of Colorado New Play Summit weekend was a sold-out performance of Cult Following, presented by Off-Center @ The Jones, on Feb. 19. The theme was “Secrets and Confessions,” and the guest host was Chris Parente of Colorado’s Everyday Show on KDVR.

Off-Center is the DCPA Theatre Company’s theatrical testing ground. Cult Following is a popular series of unrehearsed, unscripted comedy evenings featuring the some of Denver’s best improv performers: Sarah Kirwin, Jessica Austgen, Nanna Sachicko Thompson and Chris Woolf. The show is is created by Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin, along with the ensemble.

The next performance, which will have a pirate theme, is May 8. Tickets are $15 and the beer is free for those over 21. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; the 90-minute performance begins at  8. Appropriate for ages 18 and older.  Advisory: Unpredictable adult themes and language. For more information, click here.

Photos by John Moore for the DCPA.

Sarah Kirwin and Chris Parente. Photo by John Moore.
Sarah Kirwin and Chris Parente play a boy and his therapist in an improv scene from ‘Cult Following.’ Photo by John Moore.