Telluride Theatre: Midsummer Night’s Gala, 7/6

Telluride Theatre: Midsummer Night’s Gala, 7/6

The “Midsummer Night’s Gala” is a fundraiser for Telluride Theatre. It takes place, as last year, at a secret location, on Saturday, July 6, 6 – 10 p.m. A limited number of tickets at $200 are available here or call 970-708-7629. The evening includes cocktails, dinner, immersive art + performance, live music. Ages 21+ only. Instructions and more details follow your ticket purchase.


Spark up your wands, put on your robes ,and join Telluride Theatre for a magical evening of mystery, wonder, and surprises.

Telluride Theatre, Telluride’s local performance company, is hosting a very special fundraiser on Saturday, July 6. MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S GALA is an elegant evening of delectable dinner/desserts, craft cocktails, pop-up performance, silent auction, a (small) live auction, and music. Just like last year’s gala, this year’s party promises to be unlike any Telluride has seen –all in support of Telluride Theatre.

Not convinced? Well then, follow us down the rabbit hole that was last year’s extravaganza, images that should engender a whopping case of FOMO:






Bottom line: You snooze. You lose.

Telluride Theatre, more:

Beyond staging year-round live theatre, Telluride Theatre is home to over 80 local artists – performers, musicians, dancers, designers, visual artists, comics, writers – which rolls up into a an artistic community that adds vibrancy and creativity to home town of Telluride.

Telluride Theatre also provides year-round educational opportunities for children as well as adults. Its main-stage productions run the artistic spectrum, from original work to Shakespeare in the Park, from Burlesque to musical theatre.

Telluride Theatre’s “Beyond The Box” performance series brings theatre-makers from around the country to perform original work and run workshops for the Telluride community.

Telluride Theatre produces “Books Alive,” a collaboration with The Wilkinson Public Library, based on popular children’s literature and free for all Telluride students.

And finally, “The Off” mounts smaller events but with BIG community impact. Most are for free, including The Downlow, an evening of storytelling, and much more!

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