Starting at: Adult: $17 | Child (4-12): $10
Show time: 8 p.m. | Reservations recommened
Laughter, singing and an evening of wholesome fun await at Iron Springs Chateau, the only place on earth where you’ll actually welcome a little drama in your life. Well, melodrama, that is. This cool and quirky theater located in the hills above Manitou Springs serves up the entertainment all year long with a variety of unique performances that are sure to delight audiences of all ages and tastes.
What’s in store for you at one of the Iron Spring Chateau’s hilarious and engaging performances? How about audience participation? Boo the villain and cheer the hero and join in on an intermission singalong (it’s ok if you’re not great at singing, promise). Also on the docket for your evening out are Vaudeville routines, comedy routines and other cool skits that go beyond the play itself. And it’s always family-friendly, so bring the kids!
The melodramas offered change from season to season, with themed performances during the holidays — check back for Christmas shows, as well as a special 18+ show around Halloween. The variety of shows is great because it means that locals can become regular patrons and not get bored. What never changes is the hilarity, the cool and dedicated cast and, of course, the fun.
You can also feel free to show up hungry, because the Iron Springs Chateau has the option to have dinner before the show. Hearty portions of traditional favorites like pot roast and roasted chicken will fill you right up, as will the complimentary coffee and tea to keep your thirst quenched. (By the way, the theater also has a bar and drinks for purchase and can accommodate dietary needs if you call ahead). Parking is free in the evening, so you won’t have to hike up the hill to get to the theater.
If you love live theater, silly antics, neat storylines and old school fun, you need to get yourself to the Iron Springs Chateau and discover the magic for yourself.
P.S. $5 parking is available during the day at the Iron Springs Chateau for those of you interested in hiking the Incline.
Boo the Villain, Cheer the Hero!
Share this Post