Creede succeeds

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Creede succeeds

Summer theater company knows how to stage laughable comedy
Stuart Gates, Adrian Egolf, Caitlin Wise and Mario Cabrera react as a sting goes wrong in a scene from “An Unnecessary Farce,” one of seven summer productions by the Creede Repertory Theatre.
Anthony Jackson, Tyler Horn and Jessica Baron act in a scene from the Creede Repertory Theatre’s production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
Caitlin Wise and Stuart Gates are the inept police officers determined to get their man in “An Unnecessary Farce.”
If you go

“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” a musical by Frank Loesser and Abe Burrows, based upon the book by Shepherd Mead, Creede Repertory Theatre, directed by Joseph Ward, now through mid-August; “Unnecessary Farce,” a new comedy by Paul Slade Smith, through Sept. 10, evenings and matinees. Tickets cost $10 to $32, available at www.creederep.org or (719) 658-2540.

Creede succeeds

Stuart Gates, Adrian Egolf, Caitlin Wise and Mario Cabrera react as a sting goes wrong in a scene from “An Unnecessary Farce,” one of seven summer productions by the Creede Repertory Theatre.
Anthony Jackson, Tyler Horn and Jessica Baron act in a scene from the Creede Repertory Theatre’s production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
Caitlin Wise and Stuart Gates are the inept police officers determined to get their man in “An Unnecessary Farce.”
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