Theater Company of Lafayette

TCL Presents “The Twilight Zone” for 2017!

Theater Company of Lafayette presents
Return to the Twilight Zone, a parody
October 27th through November 18th

You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. Your next stop, the Twilight Zone!

With comic stage renditions of three popular episodes, campy take-offs on vintage commercials, and trivia contests, this is the 12th time that Theater Company of Lafayette (TCL) has reprised this hugely popular format. Ian Gerber could be Rod Serling’s doppelganger, and will be reprising his role for the tenth season. 

The Hunt – Directed by Ian Gerber
The Hunt is a humorous, Twilight Zone wink at an old Blue Ridge Mountain folk tale of a man and his dog at the gates of Heaven.

The Lonely – Directed by Don Thumim
Jane Corry is a convict living alone on an asteroid.  When a robot arrives, Jane falls in love, resulting in tragic consequences. 

The Trade-Ins – Directed by Vonalda Utterback
Aging couple John and Marie Holt have the opportunity to transfer their consciousness to new, younger bodies. However, they discover they only have enough money for one transfer.

“Return to the Twilight Zone, a parody” promises many surprises, including TCL’s own take on three hilarious vintage commercials, directed by Madge Montgomery and Heather Frost.

Theater Company of Lafayette is located at 300 East Simpson Street, Lafayette, CO 80026

Tickets prices are $10-$16 and can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets at TCLStage.org.

Performance Dates are: 
Oct 27 & 28 at 7:30 pm

Nov 3,4,9,10,11,16,17,18 at 7:30pm

Nov 5, 12, 18 matinee at 2pm

Tickets are now on sale!

Having a hard time getting a ticket to see the Twilight Zone parodies? Volunteer your time and see the show!!
Volunteers needed for each performance of TZ. Click the Sign Up Genius link below for further information and to sign up.

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