From imaginative retellings of classic tales to unique and earnest stories of human connection, plays in the Black Box Theatre warm our hearts, challenge our minds, and entertain us entirely. In its fourth year, the Black Box Repertory Company features a rotating cast of actors who shapeshift from one role to the next.
While our building is closed to the public, the directors and cast of this year's Black Box Repertory season are hosting versions of their nightly post-show talkbacks virtually in their living rooms - so everyone can revisit these productions in their own homes.
Director Geoffrey Kent and actors Kevin Hart, Kevin Rich, Edith Weiss and Zachary Andrews talk about Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express. From staging a murder mystery in a unique space to the famous mustache - listen in to this virtual talkback.
Director Emily Van Fleet, and repertory company members Annie Barbour, Jake Mendes, Anastasia Davidson and Madeline Chilese held a Living Room Talkback to discuss the Arvada Center's spring production of Shakespeare's most popular romantic comedy - A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Join director and Arvada Center Artistic Director of Plays Lynne Collins as well as the cast of Small Mouth Sounds for a very special Living Room Talkback - a look back on a production that never had a chance to open.
The Black Box Repertory Season is presented by members of the Arvada Center’s Black Box Repertory Company of actors, directors, technical artists, and designers. Audiences will see the repertory actors throughout the season in a variety of roles. Since its inception in 2017, the Black Box Repertory company and its creative staff have been recognized as a groundbreaking and relevant component of the Colorado theatre community.
The Arvada Center Box Office, its phone center, and the Arvada Center website, are the only authorized official ticket providers of Arvada Center ticketed events. We are not responsible for tickets purchased from any other sources, such as brokers or secondary market websites. We encourage patrons to purchase tickets only from the Arvada Center. By purchasing from the official ticket provider, you are assured that the ticket you receive is valid and being sold to you at face value.
Due to the nature of live theatrical bookings - dates, titles, availability and prices are subject to change.
Ticket prices may be increased due to the popularity of any given production. Tickets initially purchased at the introductory price will incur the difference in price when exchanged after dynamic pricing is implemented. We will, however, maintain our introductory pricing for value seating throughout the run of the production. Exchange fees may apply.
Our theater performances are not recommended for children under the age of 6 years. Some exceptions may apply in regards to family-oriented productions. Everyone attending must have a ticket. No children in laps, seat sharing, or infants in carriers or arms will be permitted.
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities strives to inform audiences about the content of any given production prior to purchasing tickets. However, to help you make an informed decision on whether a production is appropriate for your child, we encourage you to seek additional information on each production you consider attending. Children disturbing the enjoyment of other theatre patrons may be removed from the venue at the discretion of the theatre’s management. No refund will be given.
Please ask the Box Office staff any questions you might have regarding children attending our productions. 720-898-7200 or email@example.com
A group is 10 or more people who wish to see an event at the Arvada Center. If your group drops below 10 people, you must pay the full price rate for your tickets. Group rates vary depending on the size of the group. We hold tickets for you while you organize your group.
We allow group numbers to fluctuate until payment is received. All group orders must be paid in full 30 days prior to the event. No exchanges or refunds are given on group orders.
Subscribers: Subscribers can have their tickets reprinted for free. We hold all reprinted tickets to be picked up on the night of the performance. Please bring photo identification.
Non-Subscribers: If you lose or forget your tickets, you may have them reprinted at the Box Office on the night of the performance. We ask that you bring identification for your tickets as a safeguard for yourself.
Once tickets are purchased all sales are final and no refunds allowed. Exchange fees may apply for changes to the order. Programs and dates are subject to change.
If you were mailed or emailed your tickets, please proceed directly to the Black Box Theatre, where an usher will assist you. Please be sure to bring your tickets with you.
Will Call tickets can be picked up at the Box Office desk, to the left of the main entrance.
Please note that all patrons, including children, must have a ticket to attend the performance. No children in laps, seat sharing, or infants in carriers or arms will be permitted.
The Arvada Center is located at 6901 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada, CO 80003. Free parking is available for all patrons.
For easy access, enter the lot from Wadsworth north of 68th Avenue and follow the drive to the west side of the building.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the performance. As a courtesy to both other patrons and actors, please be in your seat 5 minutes before the performance begins.
Due to the intimate nature of this production, late seating or re-entry will not be allowed. Because the Black Box Theatre is configured to be in-the-round, we will allow no late or return seating for these productions. There is no way to seat late arrivals without significantly impacting the audience and actors.
If you do arrive late, you will not be permitted to enter the theatre once the show has started. Of course, we do understand that emergencies and delays are inevitable, and we will do everything we can to accommodate you for a future performance of the same production.
Please DO share your thoughts and photos with us on social media!
Please do not take photos during the performance.
Please do turn off all electronic devices.
Large print programs and assistive listening devices are available in the theatre lobby before the performance.
Please contact the Box Office at 720-898-7200 to make arrangements should you need assistance on the day of the performance.
We offer a variety of snacks for purchase in the theatre lobby, as well as coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer and wine.
Please finish your snacks before entering the theatre - though you are welcome to take your beverage to your seat.