The News Is In
There’s no denying it: live theater, which started thousands of years ago with an enthusiastic storyteller around a campfire, is one of the most important parts of being human. Storytelling is a part of human culture, combining narrative, music, and dance to explain and enhance the human experience.
Narrative? Music? Dance? Sounds a lot like live theater to us. And when you’re looking for engrossing theater around Fort Collins and Loveland, we’ll deliver.
The problem is, many parts of the theatrical experience have become so ubiquitous that they’re no longer special. The always-on television gives us constant narrative, the special effects of movies don’t exercise our imagination at all, and music follows you from the house to the car to the Musak in the store.
So why is live theater still so special, whether it’s a Fort Collins play or anywhere else? It’s a return to our roots, where we can interact with the storytellers, express our appreciation, let them feed off our wonder.
You can see the hard work in front of you. There’s no screen between you and the characters, no synthesized music, just good old-fashioned storytelling. Plus, it’s all in 3-D! (without the headaches)
So yes, we’re old. But believe me, history promises we’re going to outlast everything else.