A Busy June Continues with 2 More Articles

Melodrama marks rebirth of Ouray Opera House – The Durango Herald

What’s that they say about history repeating itself? In the late 1880s, Ed Wright and his well-meaning wife, Letitia, sought to shine a light of culture into the smelter haze of Ouray by building the Wright Opera House. Today, more than 120 years later, the Friends of the Wright Opera House are restoring the historic building to its former glory and once again bringing a bit of culture into the remote reaches of Colorado. Read more…

He’s a ‘good man’ – The Durango Herald

Good grief! Charlie Brown is in Pagosa Springs and he still can’t fly a kite, hit a baseball or win the little red-haired girl. In its revival of the 1967 Broadway classic, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” Thingamajig Theatre Company brings a youthful and energetic cast to the cute and lighthearted story. Read more…

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