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There Exists A Rift Between Our Imagination And A ‘Lost Dimension.’ It’s In Aurora.

“This is the fun part of the show,” [co-creator Linda] Klein leaned over to say to me. “The audience is seated in chairs. They want to be an audience. It’s almost normal. But they’ve had to blow up a balloon and they’re getting that feeling this is not exactly what they expected. They’re madly trying to work it out in their heads.”

Colorado Public Radio

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BREAKING BOUNDARIES: INTERACTIVE, IMMERSIVE, POP-UP THEATER

“Going to the theater was never meant to be as passively escapist as binging on commercial-free television. But considering the splash that interactive, interdisciplinary arts events and attractions make now in Denver and elsewhere around the West, the notion of passive entertainment now seems to be downright old-fashioned.”

Confluence Denver

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Travelers of the Lost Dimension

Explore a Lost Dimension at Stanley Marketplace with DCPA’s Off-Center

“Proves theatre is a lot more than just watching. It’s witty and sweet. There’s still heart, and it’s smart, opening your mind to ideas you don’t expect. Perhaps whatever lost dimension this is has more to do with discovering the creative one within ourselves.”

Broadway World

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Travelers of the Lost Dimension

PACK YOUR INHIBITIONS

“At just over an hour, the fun is over quickly so play along, don’t care what anyone else thinks, use your imagination and go with the intergalactic flow!”

In Good Taste Denver

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Travelers of the Lost Dimension

THEATRE WORLD HAS FINALLY CAUGHT UP TO A.C.E.’S KIND OF ADVENTURE

“Out of the blue, theatre that was mobile, interactive and took place in unexpected places was being embraced everywhere as the future of the American theatre. Back in Denver, [A.C.E.’s Barbara] Gehring looked at what was happening and thought, ‘Wow, we have been doing this very thing for 18 years.’”

DCPA News Center

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Travelers of the Lost Dimension

TRAVELERS OF THE LOST DIMENSION” CHALLENGES THEATER NORMS

Travelers of the Lost Dimension, developed by A.C.E., a Mile High City comedy trio known for being playful and comical, will be lighter and an entirely different type of performance…Stanley Marketplace, home to more than 50 businesses, creates the perfect setting for Off-Center to experiment with a 360-degree experience happening in public and open-air spaces for the first time.”

5280 Magazine

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Travelers of the Lost Dimension

Aurora’s Stanley adds arts, culture to its expansive eating, entertainment and shopping menu

“We are really looking forward to taking on new artistic challenges with this show,” Charlie Miller, curator of Off-Center, said in a statement. “The amazing new 22-acre Stanley Marketplace will be the perfect setting for this hilarious new theatrical experience created by Denver’s own A.C.E.”

Aurora Sentinel

Stanley Marketplace

Off-Center announces new partnership with Denver’s A.C.E. comedy troupe

“This summer, Denver audiences were amazed with Off-Center’s incredible production of ‘Sweet & Lucky.’ It was a truly one-of-a-kind production…. It’s the kind of forward-thinking, immersive entertainment that Off-Center is tackling head-on, thanks to some exciting partnerships.”

AXS.com

Sweet & Lucky

Off-Center to partner with A.C.E. comedy trio, Stanley Marketplace

Off-Center, the most unconventional arm of Denver Center programming, has announced a new partnership with the Denver-based international comedy trio A.C.E. to create an off-site production at Stanley Marketplace in the spring of 2017.

– DCPA News Center

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