The City of Louisville has announced that it will be closing all public city buildings as of tomorrow, Saturday, March 14th, 2020.  As such, the final performance of "The Runner Stumbles" will be cancelled. CCTL will be contacting all patrons with tickets to Saturday's performace and offering them a refund or an exchange to tonight's final performace, which will run as scheduled. 


CCTL is taking the well-being of our patrons, as well as our cast and crew, very seriously.  We are working with the city of Louisville to keep the Arts Center as clean as possible with deeper and more frequent cleanings by both CCTL and the city.  Additionally, we are working to provide hand sanitizer and disinfectant at shows for our patrons.  The cast and crew is being trained in best practices, using the guidelines from the city of Louisville, Boulder county and the state of Colorado.  Because of the high standards we are setting and because of the fairly limited size of our venue, we are confident that our performances are as safe as they can possibly be.  We will continue to monitor the situation daily and any changes will be posted here, but the bottom line is that as of now, "the show must go on" and in fact, tonight's performances of “The Runner Stumbles” will go on as scheduled.  We encourage you to make the decision that is best for you and your situation when it comes to attending this performance.


If you should choose not to attend tonight's performance of "The Runner Stumbles" for safety concerns, and would like a refund, please contact Renee Sobering or Dan Schock BEFORE tonight's performance at or 303-665-0955.  Refunds will not be granted to patrons contacting CCTL after the show has already taken place.  Thank you, and please stay safe!  

About Us


Coal Creek Theater of Louisville is a non-profit organization established in 1990.  Our mission is to preserve and propagate the theatre arts in eastern Boulder County and the surrounding communities in Colorado.  It is primarily intended to provide an arena for the amateur to perform and participate in the theatrical arts.  Our philosophy is to concentrate our efforts on producing high-quality, full scale productions that will challenge and showcase our performers as we entertain and enlighten our audiences.