Closer: Award-Winning Relationship Comedy/Drama
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The last date listed for Closer was Saturday July 20, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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One of the most endearing -- and offbeat -- love stories ever to hit the silver screen, Harold and Maude is still as fresh, funny and charming as when it was released in 1971. Set to the timeless songs of Cat Stevens, the dark romantic comedy centers around a bright but macabre young man named Harold who drifts away from the life that his detached mother has prescribed for him. Harold develops a close friendship (and eventually a romantic relationship) with 79-year-old Maude, who teaches him about living life to its fullest and that life is the most precious gift of all. This production by the Vintage Theatre will reunite comic actress Debbie Persoff as Maude and Pam Clifton as director in this highly anticipated play based on the film. Learn More
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I thought the theatre was a great venue. Drinks were great. I had the sangria and my date had a marguerita. I thought "The Closer" was a bit long and at times dragged, but the actors were wonderful. I actually found myself enmeshed in the...continued
When four strangers meet and fall in love, they get caught in a web of desire, deceit and betrayal sending them into the labyrinth of modern relationships. And despite their desperate attempts to find true intimacy, they can’t seem to get closer. Bruising and beautiful, this award-winning play attempts to answer the question: Is honesty really the best policy?
About the Ticket Supplier: Vintage Theatre
Vintage Theatre Productions was founded by Craig Bond and friends in August 2002, over martinis. This evening spent with friends launched our mission to bring the best quality theatre to the Front Range! We entered our space on 17th Avenue in 2008 and temained there for four years as we grew our company artistically. In March 2012 we decided to purchase our new location at 1468 Dayton St Aurora 80010, joining the Aurora Arts District.
We staged two shows the first year, nine in 2012…and now have three performance spaces under one roof with the Jeffrey Nickelson Auditiorium (145 seats), the Bond Trimble Theatre (67 Seats) and our lobby raised stage (60 seats). All areas are completely sound proofed, air conditioned, and provide a full bar service. And of course free parking!