Free reserved tickets
Free reserved tickets
- Presented by: CU Performing Arts
- Intermission: None
- Venue: Acting Studio
- University of Colorado Boulder Theatre & Dance, Room C240, Boulder, CO 80302
The 2017-2018 New Play Festival Winner
In the 2017-2018 New Play Festival Winner "Poltergeist," playwright Alika Magas explores love, grief and what it's like to date the dead. Meet Henry. Morbidly depressed and luckless in the world of romance, he finds himself dating the ghost of Dyl, the only man he has ever loved. But when a new suitor enters Henry's life, he is forced to choose between living in the past or building an unknown future with someone who has, quite literally, a bit more heart.
Performance dates and times:
Thursday, March 7, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, March 8, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 9, 2 p.m.
Saturday, March 9, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 10, 2 p.m.
This show contains depictions of violence, self-harm and suicide. Please be aware that there will also be sudden loud noises, profanity, sexually suggestive content, partial nudity, and other potentially disturbing content. Also, a fire alarm is used in the show.
Plan your visit
Most CU Presents performances take place on the beautiful University of Colorado Boulder campus. Take some time to explore our venues, find out how to get here, where to park and get more tips on what to do while you’re in town.Your Visit Plan your visit
More CU Theatre View all events
"A Human Interest Story (Or the Gory Details and All)" offers an explosive look at the media's portrayal of violence in a modern era. Nature documenta...
Two brothers who can’t stand each other have 24 hours left to fulfill their dad’s dying wish to have his ashes scattered at Burning Man. W...
Originally noted in the classic Indian epic Mahabharata, Jashodhara Sen's and Nolan Carey's adaptation of "Shakuntala" tells the timeless story of des...
People communicate in surprising ways. After a supervisor tells Bob to seek direction in life, a chance encounter with a single mother and a non-verba...
What the dickens happened to Scrooge? He sings (show tunes), he dances (time steps and classic Fosse), he turns into a ham (and we’re not talkin...
Shakespeare’s greatest clowns—the popular mechanicals from "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"—take center stage in a riotously funny ...