Being an adult sucks. Just when you think you have it all figured out the rules change. You get knocked up... You get married... You get divorced... A parent dies... UGH! Coffee and wine always save the day on this sometimes silly often chaotic journey through life. Then you kick the bucket.
Join Winnie Wenglewick, owner of Dangerous Theatre, as she shares how her definition of being an adult has changed over the course of 50 years. This intimate show will include Winnie's favorite things: coffee, wine and food!
This show will run October 5th -November 24th. The shows on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 3pm include wine and appetizers. The Sunday 1pm show includes mimosas and brunch. Seating will be limited to 20 per show so advance ticket purchase or reservations are recommended. Table Seating Tickets are $15.00 for all shows, no general seating by donation will be available.
Buy Tickets online! Please keep in mind that once the show starts there is NO LATE ENTRY.
Make a reservation! You can also call 720-989-1764 and make a reservation over the phone. You can also text a reservation to 720-989-3283. Phone and text reservations require paying cash at the door.
Age requirement: You must be at least 21 with photo ID to attend this show due to language and subject matter and free wine.
Parking: We have a large lot outside the door of the theatre with free parking.
Refreshments: Patrons 21+ are welcome to bring beer, wine or hard cider (NO HARD LIQUOR) to enjoy during the show. Note, the wine I will have at the show will be of the cheaper variety and be sweet. I only like wine that tastes like kook aid. i will have flavored creamer for the coffee if you want it. All the refreshments are included in the ticket price but donations are also accepted. I especially like spare change. So bring all your pennies that are hanging out on your dresser or in the laundry room. We also accept unwanted $50 bills. ;)
How long is the show? The show runs about 75 minutes, give or take.
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