Engaging More of the Community.

In addition to providing affordable, quality major stage productions, another mission is to bring theatre into the community
with low-tech, fun theatrical opportunities. We visit schools, organizations, boys and girls club, and libraries! Here are our Spring 2018 Programs!

Story Theatre at the Library, April 2018

Once again, under the direction of Karen Christophersen, Fort Collins Children’s Theatre and Poudre River Library District
sponsor the program that directs a group of young actors to bring stories to life. This 18th season brings you:

Myth Maniacs
Two myths come together to delight you for 45 minutes of fun with bigger than life characters, humor and plot twists!
From Greece: “Pluto’s Predicament” or reasons for the seasons
From Hawaii: “Love and Lava” or a tale of two sisters and hot tempers


  • Sunday April 8 – 2pm – Old Town Library
  • Monday April 9 – 4:30pm – Council Tree Library
  • Tuesday April 10 – 4:30pm – HarmonyLibrary
  • Friday April 13 – Old Town Library

(*additional performance Saturday April 28, 10am at the Lyric to celebrate Children and Books’ Day!)

Contact Karen at kchristo61@gmail.com to inquire about organizing a school show, or how to join the company!

ARO Production


We also co-produce plays for Adaptive Recreational Opportunities at the Senior Center in the spring, and work with the Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County to develop and implement workshops to benefit the children that they serve.

In Collaboration with Adaptive Recreation Opportunities a troupe of mixed ability actors present:



A delightful dramatization based on the William Steig book “Shrek” as culminating production after 6 weeks of drama workshops!
Saturday April 28 2pm – Fort Collins Senior Center