After a winter of virtual programming, the ensemble at Buntport is thrilled to be back with live theater. Space People in Space is a one-hour original comedy about the people on the forefront of the colonization of Mars. The production runs May 26 to June 13 on Wednesday through Sundays at 7 p.m. Tickets are “name-your-own-price”.
Riffing on current events (several international rovers landing/scheduled to land on Mars and the billionaire class getting into the space business), this silly show follows a flight of ordinary folks
looking to start a new life on the red planet. Join crew members as they prep you for your new living conditions and help you pass the travel time in any way they can.
The production will take place outside in Buntport’s parking lot. Audience members will be seated with their party, distanced from others and are asked to wear masks.
Since the Buntport space is so intimate, they do not plan on opening the inside until it is safer to gather groups indoors with less need to isolate parties.
The actors will be wearing safety gear, will all be fully vaccinated, and will do temperature checks before every performance.
Because the show takes place outdoors and during a continuing health crisis, performances may be canceled due to inclement weather or sickness.
Tickets are name-your-own-price and are available for parties of one through parties of six. You can get your tickets here.
717 Lipan Street, Denver, 720-946-1388.