The Telluride Hospital District will hold another Public Forum for public discussion and to review the preferred site for a new regional center and what the next phase of the process will entail. September 18, 6:30 p.m. at the Sheridan Opera House. The event will be live streamed by TellurideTV. Visit tellmed.org for more information.
SAF Young People's Theater presents its first ever parent/kid play with "The World's Most Mysterious Mystery," a 1940s film noir-esque thriller penned and directed by YPT Artistic Director Julia. The play features a seasoned gumshoe and his rookie partner hot on the trail of a mysterious criminal, the crook who poisoned a glamorous billionairess and a slew of suspects portrayed by 10 YPT thespians grades 3-5 and their parents! It's a nail-biting mystery that will have audience members on the edge of their seats (and rolling in the aisles). Tickets are $10 adults, $5 kids. Pre-show cocktail party is $25 per adult, which includes wine, cheese, babysitting during the party, and your ticket to the play.
The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents Carbon Leaf at the Sheridan Opera House on Wednesday, Oct. 1. As a special promotion, the first 100 tickets are $15- they'll be $20 after that. Carbon Leaf is now in their 20th year of making music with their unique award winning sound. It's a down-home approach to an eclectic mix of folk-rock, Americana, Celtic, Bluegrass, rock and pop.
The Telluride Photo Festival moves into the Sheridan Opera House Thursday, Oct. 2 for its third annual year. The core of the weeklong event is geared toward professional and experienced amateur photographers with photography workshops, seminars, panel discussion, portfolio reviews and networking events.The SOH will host registration and a number of guest speakers in the historic theater. For a full schedule and ticket information visit telluridephotofestival.com.
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The 41st annual Telluride Film Festival has come and gone and it was a great weekend full of though-provoking films, star-studded audiences and special one-of-a-kind moments only possible during Telluride Film Fest. The festival got its start at the tiny Sheridan Opera House 41 years ago, and we still remain one of the best venues of the festivals hosting tributes, film premieres and screenings.
The festival kicked... Read More »
The 11th annual Telluride Plein Air was a huge success exceeding our sales from the year before. With 26 talented artists coming to town for the Fourth of July Weekend we had a wonderful array of art for sale. On Thursday, July 3 we hosted our Artist Choice Reception and Gala with the artists voting amongst themselves on their favorite work of art. Congratulations to Susiehyer for taking first place with her work, Gold King Gold.... Read More »
Looking for a fun and easy and challenging workout? Try and shake things up a bit with Zumba classes taught at the Sheridan Opera House on Mondays at 9 a.m. with Erin! Class is usually taught in the Gallery Room downstairs but sometimes in the theater itself. Class is $10 and there's a minimum of three people per class so bring a friend!... Read More »
The 2014 Telluride Plein Air event has officially begun here at the Sheridan Opera House! Our 26 nationally recognized artists are in town painting the beautiful scenerey and you can see the fruits of their labor at the Sheridan Opera House this Thursday-Saturday. If you're not in town this weekend, be sure to stop by the SOH Monday-Wednesday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. for... Read More »
As part of the Sheridan Arts Foundation’s mission to restore and renovate the historic Sheridan Opera House, this spring off-season the historic venue in the heart of Telluride received some much needed improvements to its gold staircase.
The Opera House’s staircase was built before current building codes were put in place , and the vertical bars on all three floors of the building were wide enough apart to make the staircase a tempting jungle gym and safety hazard for children.... Read More »