Local Theater Company, in partnership with Boulder Book Store, is a community-wide book group, performance and talkback that encourages a community-wide reading of a book with complementary themes to Local’s mainstage productions. It is free for community members to participate—just purchase a copy of the book at 15% off from Boulder Book Store (or nab it from one of our public libraries), read it, and then sign-up to join the discussion with the book’s author.

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Upcoming LocalREADS Event

“What Have We Done: The Moral Injury of Our Longest Wars” by David Wood
Saturday, November 3, 2018 | 3–5pm
Dairy Arts Center, Boulder, CO

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Wood, author of “What Have We Done,” will offer a free reading and discussion of his book. Wood’s appearance is in support of Local Theater Company’s fall production, Paper Cut, a world premiere play by Andrew Rosendorf that offers a glimpse into the emotional toll of war on our military.

Wood is a veteran war reporter, and a staff correspondent for the Huffington Post, where he won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting on severely wounded warriors. A birthright Quaker and raised as a pacifist, he has spent more than 30 years covering the U.S. military and conflicts around the world, most recently in extended deployments embedded with American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.


American Veterans for Equal Rights: Post-Show Talkback Panel

 October 28th at 5:45 PM

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Join representatives from Denver's chapter of American Veterans for Equal Rights for a post-show discussion after the October 28th 4pm performance of Paper Cut. American Veterans for Equal Rights is a U.S. non-profit organization which supports and advocates for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Local Theater Company is honored to host a discussion panel of Denver AVER members for an honest, multifaceted discussion. 


Past LocalREADS Event

  “The Newcomers,” 2018

“The Newcomers,” 2018