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Lost Nation Theater dedicates itself to staging stories about the hopeful possibilities 
of human interaction; to education; and to realizing the powerful potential of theater 
to transform people and communities.


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Mainstage

Jun 02 - Jun 19
$10 - $30

Red By John Logan

2010 TONY Winner “Best Play.” Explores the volatile work and life of superstar artist Mark Rothko. “Electrifying” - Variety

Special Event

Jun 13 - Jun 13
$0 - $0

A Tribute to David Budbill By Lost Nation Theater

A host of actors, directors and poets come together for one night only, Monday June 13, to celebrate the work of beloved poet and playwright David Budbill on his 76th birthday. Free admission - but seating is limited so advance reservation strongly suggested.

Theater For Kids by Kids

Jun 24 - Jun 24
$5 - $5

Fractured Fables By Aesop

Ensemble storytelling by ages 9 & up.

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Camps & Education

Skill Development Camps

Low pressure & designed by age group - starting at 6, from comedy to Shakespeare to stage combat.

Production Camps

Intense programs, serving ages 9-21, to learn, work, and star! Full shows are mounted.

Master Classes

Serving a variety of ages & skill levels, personal & professional development.

Season Passes

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Mainstage

Admit One to each of the Five Main Shows…

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Admit one to all 5 shows during the 1st week…

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About the Artists

Meet the direction/production/performance team bringing you RED
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RED at Lost Nation Theater

Lost Nation Theater presents Tony Winning Play about painter Mark Rothko - “RED” Set amid the swiftly changing cultural tide of the late 1950s, Red is a startling snapshot of a brilliant artist at the height of his fame.
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