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Lone Tree Arts Center

10075 Commons St. Littleton, CO 80124 | Southeast Denver Suburbs | 720-509-1000

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The Lone Tree Arts Center opened in 2011 as one of the area’s premier performing-arts venues, hosting music, theater and dance events as well as promoting arts education for children. The 500-seat main-stage theater, with orchestra and balcony seating, has state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. There’s also an adaptable 225-seat event hall for more intimate performances, events or meetings, and a 350-seat outdoor terrace theater.


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LTAC operates a dynamic model for the performing arts by collaborating with some of the premier Colorado performing arts companies to present their productions in Lone Tree as well as presenting national and regional tours. LTAC has quickly discovered its place as a new provider of arts education programs for children and an important meeting and event rental site for corporate, civic, private, and community arts groups.

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