Vintage Theatre Productions has found a new home: In April, it will move into the Dayton Street Theatre at 1468 Dayton Street in Aurora, which will be renamed Vintage Theatre. "This is an extremely exciting move for us in our tenth anniversary season," says executive producer Debbie Laureta. "Our new theater affords us more seating capacity and the room to have a second performance space. This will allow us to keep the intimacy of our current space and provide many more opportunities for future productions."
On April 27, Vintage will open its first production in the new space: Susan Kim's The Joy Luck Club, adopted from Amy Tan's novel and directed by Craig A Bond.
Vintage's final production in its current home, Six Degrees of Separation, opened Friday night and runs through April 1, with performances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, as well as matinees at 2:30 p.m. Sundays. That theater is located at at 2119 East 17th Avenue.
For tickets, call 303-839-1361 or go to www.vintagetheatre.com -- where you can also donate to Vintage's moving funds. The company has secured a grant that guarantees any donation of up to $5,000 will be matched.
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