After the holidays, theatre companies roll up their sleeves on Colorado stages
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Everything by every company in the Colorado theatre community
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From ‘Fairfield’ to ‘Building the Wall’: Racial issues will be brought to light in both comic and incendiary contexts.
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Our hills will be alive with live theatre from Greeley to Creede