by Jean-Paul Sartre
Adapted from the French by Paul Bowles
Three damned souls. One room. Eternity.
Actual Reality Theatre company brings Jean-Paul Sartre's play about hell to the Dangerous Theatre stage for ONLY 2 PERFORMANCES.
"No Exit" is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., A Concord Theatricals Company.
How does ticketing work at Dangerous Theatre? This specific show is bein presented by another company other than Dangerous Theatre. As such only table seating tickets for $15.00 are available. No general admission tickets by donation (look on Goldstar for discount tickets) Due to the arrangement of the seating for this show, seating is very limited.
Buy Tickets online! Due to the limited seating, purchasing online is recommented. Please keep in mind that there is NO LATE SEATING for this show. What this means is: Even if you buy a ticket, if you show up after the show starts, you will not see the show.
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. Phone/text reservations are only held until 10 minutes to show time. After that if you are not here (or have called to say you are on the way) we will sell those seats if there is a wait list. What this means is: Even if you make a reservation, if you show up later than 10 minutes to show time, you may not see the show.
Age requirement: This show is not recommended for anyone under 18 years of age.
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. We have coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks available for donation. We 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. ;)
Feedback: Once you see a show here, if you take a moment and post a review online, on Yelp, or Google, or Trip Advisor or Facebook or wherever, we will love you. Even if it is a bad review. We know not everyone likes our brand of entertainment. Just please, whatever you review please mention the show you saw. So if you give a 2 star review we know what show you didn't like.