The Robert L. Troutman Theater is the main auditorium at Aurora Central High School. With a large stage, orchestra pit, and comfortable seating for 850 patrons, it is the house for the Aurora Dance Arts production of The Nutcracker Ballet. The Robert L. Troutman Theater is located inside the Aurora Central High School building, its main entrance is located on the corner of Newark Street and 10th Avenue in Aurora.
Built in 1921 The Armory first served as headquarters for the Company K, 157th Infantry of the Colorado National Guard. Today, the facility hosts local and regional events and performances. With maximum seating for 450 patrons, the Armory is owned and operated by the Brighton Urban Renewal Authority. It is the most important cultural initiative in Brighton’s history, establishing a modern arts venue in the heart of downtown, offering easy access within walking distance to numerous restaurants and other local amenities. The Armory is located at 300 Strong St, Brighton, CO 80601. For information about the Armory Performing Arts Center performances visit http://www.brightonarmory.org
The Hangar at Stanley is a versatile events venue with indoor/outdoor space and mountain views inside the all new Stanley Marketplace. Built in 1954, it opened its doors as Stanley Aviation and the hangar's large gate opened onto what used to be a jetway that led directly to runway 26 in the old Stapleton airport. Bob Stanley's test planes used to take off and land from this very spot; he was even known to occasionally sneak his plane out along the runway for a private late night flight. We are delighted to team-up with The Hangar for our Family & Children's Concerts. The Hangar at Stanley is located at 2501 Dallas Street in Aurora.
Back at our original home, we are truly excited to be in the Aurora Fox Arts Center, the heart of the Aurora Cultural Arts District! With an award-winning staff and a mainstage with capacity for 240 patrons in a traditional proscenium theatre, the Fox is a historic landmark located at 9900 East Colfax in the city's cultural arts district, offering a smaller, more intimate and highly accessible performing space with comfortable seating and unobstructed views. Built in 1946, the Aurora Fox was completely renovated and reopened in March of 1985.
For information about the Aurora Fox's performing season visit http://aurorafoxartscenter.org
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