by Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed by Luke Allen Terry
May 6 – June 3, 2017
Lowry’s Spotlight Theatre’s production of “ Scotland Road” previews May 5 and runs May 6 through June 3 at the John Hand Theater in Lowry with performances on Fridays, Saturdays and Monday, May 15 at 7:30.p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.; Saturday, June 3 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 – $23 and available by calling 720-880-8727 or online at www.thisisspotlight.com.
As history and human obsession collide, no one is who they seem to be in this atmospheric mystery. When a young woman is discovered adrift in the north Atlantic, seemingly a survivor of the decades-old Titanic disaster, a mysterious stranger must discover if she is telling the truth or creating an elaborate fraud. Scotland Road examines the power of secrets in this psychological cat and mouse thriller.
The cast includes Todd Black (John), Mari Geasair ( Halbrech), Katie Mangett (Frances Kittle) and Kelly Dwyer (The Woman).
After a brief career on stage, Jeffrey Hatcher turned his hand to writing. His many award-winning original plays have been performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, regionally across the United States, and abroad. They include Three Viewings, Scotland Road, Korczak’s Children, A Picasso, Mercy of a Storm, Work Song and Lucky Duck. Hatcher has also written the screenplay for Casanova for director Lasse Hallstrom, as well as screenplays Secretary and Boys Don’t Cry directed by Kim Pierce. He is a four-time participant at the O’Neil Playwrights Conference and is a member of the Dramatists Guild, New Dramatists, The Playwrights’ Center, and the Writers Guild of America.
Lowry’s Spotlight Theatre
A mystery of unsinkable obsession.
Previews Friday, May 5 @ 7:30 p.m.
May 6 – June 3
Fri/Sat & Mon., May 15 at 7:30.p.m, Sun. at 2 p.m.; Saturday, June 3 at 2 p.m.
$12 – $23
720-530-4596 or www.thisisspotlight.com
The John Hand Theater, 7653 E. 1st Place, Denver, CO 80230
25 Apr 2017
25 Apr 2017
Lowry United Neighbors is hosting a meeting on Crime and Safety in Lowry on Wednesday, April 26th at 6pm in the meeting room on the 2nd floor of Schlessman Library.
The Denver Police Department, Lowry Pedestrian and Bike Safety Committee and LCMA will also be represented at the meeting as the community works together to find ways to address crime and safety in the neighborhood.
19 Apr 2017
Saturday, April 29th and Sunday, April 30th
“Doors Open Denver is an annual two-day event that provides opportunities for residents and visitors to explore our city, creating meaningful connections to the built environment and promoting quality design. Each spring, the Denver Architectural Foundation inspires the community to connect, through self-guided (free) or expert-guided (fee-based) tours of Denver’s unique spaces, including high-profile, historic and/or artistic feats of architecture and design. In many cases, the public would not otherwise be able to access these sites.” — Doors Open Denver
During Doors Open Denver, residents and visitors have the opportunity to explore some of the city’s most fascinating places. Lowry is lucky enough to be close to three of the historical sites that will be participating in Doors Open Denver: the Eisenhower Chapel, Schlessman Family Library and Denver Firestation #18.
293 Roselyn St. Saturday 10A-3P, Sunday 1A -4P
The Eisenhower Chapel, originally known as Chapel 1, was dedicated just 14 days before the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941 and was the place of worship for Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower during the summers they spent in Denver. The Chapel is beautifully restored and is on the National Register of Historic Places. To learn more visit Doors Open Denver.
Schlessman Family Branch Library
100 Poplar Street. Saturday 10A-4P, Sunday 1P-4P
Named after a leading philanthropic family this library with its modern design is an anchor to the community. Additionally, it is home to the 12-panel installation “The Lowry Trios.” To learn more visit Doors Open Denver.
Denver Firestation #18
8701 E. Alameda Ave. Saturday & Sunday 10A -4P
Denver Fire Station #18 was built in 2014 to provide emergency services to Lowry and surrounding neighborhoods. The station features innovative design, energy efficient features, and stunning public art including “Tradition and History” by artist Barry Rose, celebrating the contributions of Denver firefighters. To learn more visit Doors Open Denver.
Admission is free and no reservations are necessary for the above locations.