1133 South Huron St. Denver, CO 80223                         (720) 328-5294
*Doubled the size of the performance space
*A new and larger lobby
*New recording studio
*A new and much larger dressing room for actors
*Renovated bathrooms
Lucky 20 Productions, in association with Picturepark Films, is producing a Cousin Company feature length film called Trust Fun!
      ​More information on Trust Fun, the feature length film by Lucky 20 Productions in association with Picture Park Films, is coming soon. More information on Trust Fun, the feature length film by Lucky 20 Productions in association with Picture Park Films, is coming soon.
The Betsy Stage is excited to announce our upcoming production, Juliet & Romeo: The Panopticon. For more information, please click on the Juliet & Romeo: The Panopticon tab above.

We have an incredibly talented cast, and will be hosting the invite-only shows from April 15 – April 20th. Keep an eye out for your invitation, or if you are not on our list and would like to attend, please email Panopticon@Betsystage.com.
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Stay tuned for Performance dates.
Posted on June 1, 2013
Auditions!!!
“The Travesty of Lear”
(An original Shakespearean adaptation set in the Wild West) 

Non-Union 
Seeking: 14 Actors, 6 women 8 men
When: September 21st & 22ndCallbacks: September 23rd 
Where: The Betsy Stage
​​​     1133 S. Huron St. Denver, CO 80223      ​        
  • Shakespearean training a plus.
  • Dialogue training a plus. (Western accents required for some roles)
  • Vocal training a plus. (The actor playing Lil needs to be able to sing )

Please prepare a short dramatic monologue, and be prepared to cold read sides. If auditioning for Lil please prepare 8 bars of a song that you can sing a capella. 

When: Rehearsals will run: Through October  
            Performances will begin in November (Thursday, Friday, Saturday             and Sunday Matinees) and will run for 10 weeks (with holiday                     breaks)

Character Breakdown

Lear -           Proprietor of “The Scarlet Slipper.” 
Lil -               The first of Lear’s favorite whores. 
Violet -         The second of Lear’s favorite whores.  
Cordelia -    The third of Lear’s favorite whores.  
Bob -            Of course, being the fool, he is the wisest of all the                                         characters. 
Ed -              The first cowboy. 
Oswald -      The second cowboy. 


Positions are paid.

Salary : $60 a week during rehearsals
$50 per performance.
Hourly commitment: No more than 10 hours a week (tech and dress week excluded). 

Send Headshots and resumes to Samantha McDermott :
Sam@BetsyStage.com

Come try out for a role like you’ve never experienced…

Shakespeare, SPIKED.
The Travesty of Lear Performance Schedule Announced!!
FREE PERFORMANCES…RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Opening November 8 for 10 Week Run
Performances November 8th through January 24th*
Evening performances Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM
Sunday Matinee performance 2 PM
Reservations required…reserve your seats today!

*Excluding Thanksgiving weekend (11/28 - 12/1), and Christmas weekend (12/26 - 12/29)
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The Travesty of Lear - Watch a sneak peek from rehearsals here!
Check out the latest promo for Travesty of Lear - Opening this weekend!
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Auditions!!!
“Beth”
(An original adaptation of Macbeth set in Paris, 1920’s)
 Non-Union
When: March 1st & 2nd
Where: The Betsy Stage
 Seeking: 8 Actors, ALL WOMEN

This show will be exploring the issue of gender in art and the persecution of female artists.
This is an ensemble performance and many of the roles will be interchanged with your fellow cast members.
Please prepare a short dramatic monologue, and be prepared to cold read sides.
Show Details: Rehearsals will run through March and into April. Performances will begin April 18th (Friday and Saturday nights) and will run for 8 weeks.
Positions are paid.
Send Headshots and resumes to Samantha McDermott - Sam@BetsyStage.com
You will be contacted with a date and time for your audition.
Posted on January 26, 2014
It's a wrap! Thank you to everyone who made The Travesty of Lear such a success!

And Congratulations to Sound Engineer Ryan Hunter, the recipient of our first ever "Yorick Award" - an honor that will be bestowed on a cast or crew member 
for keeping his/her head under pressure.
Posted on January 23, 2014
BroadwayWorld.com votes are in, and the winner is...

Best Supporting Actress in a Play
Amy Luna - Juliet & Romeo: The Panopticon - The Betsy Stage


Congratulations Amy!!! We are so proud of you!!
Now accepting reservations for BETH! 
Opening April 18th
Shows Friday & Saturdays at 8P
Be sure to reserve your seats - space is very limited. Email 
Beth@BetsyStage.com with your name, show date and number of guests. 
Posted March 14, 2014
Posted March 8, 2014
The costumes and make up are set for BETH. 
Check out the behind the scenes pics of the costume shoot:  
Posted March 2, 2014
Thank you for all the amazing members of the theater community that came to audition for Beth. 
Denver is full of talent!
Posted March 3, 2014
Behind the scenes look at our first Beth reading

The cast for Beth is in place and we at the Betsy could not be more excited!  Returning to the Betsy Stage - Patti Murtha, Amy Luna, Michal Andrea Meyer and Kaitlyn Althoff. And welcome to the Betsy Stage family Carolyn Demanelis, Caroline Carr, Mallory Vining, Chip Winn Wells, Veronika Nelson and Gina Walker! 
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Posted April 8, 2014
Opening day is NEXT FRIDAY - be sure to email Beth@BetsyStage.com to reserve your FREE seats. Just include the performance you would like to attend (shows Friday & Saturday at 8P, and 2 extra shows - 5/5 and 5/22) and the number of seats. Check out the latest press pictures:  
Posted April 12, 2014
The curse of the Scottish play has struck!! The actor is not dead as you may have heard. The play goes on as scheduled April 18th - May 24th. Come see the most intriguing version of Macbeth you can imagine. Beth goes on better than ever.The curse of the Scottish play has struck!! The actor is not dead as you may have heard. The play goes on as scheduled April 18th - May 24th. Come see the most intriguing version of Macbeth you can imagine. Beth goes on better than ever.

Showing April 18th - May 24th
Friday & Saturday Evenings at 8PM
Doors Open at 7PM
Additional Shows Monday, 5/5 and Thursday 5/24
Posted April 16, 2014
Check out the promotional video for BETH!