1626 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80905 | (719) 465-6321
Now Celebrating Our 20th Season!
Creating new theatre for the Pikes Peak region

Call for Artists
“Borders and Borderlines”
Jan 30


Seeking artist submissions for short-form performance responses exploring the topic of borders and borderlines.”  We’re interested in projects that engage audiences actively, creatively and in fresh ways.  Short performance pieces in all art forms are accepted including theatre, installation, poetry, monologue, one-on-one encounters, performative response, dance, visual arts, performance art, slam, and circus.  We welcome people from all backgrounds with different levels of experience and you don’t necessarily need to be an artist or a theatre maker to apply. You might be a community organization, creative facilitator, activist, performer, poet, filmmaker, visual artist, or something else!  

Length: Pieces may be 2 to 20 minutes in length

Performance Dates: April 16 – 26th – Thurs, Fri & Sat @ 7:30, Sun @ 2pm

Rehearsal Dates: 6:30pm to 10pm  – April 6, 7 & 8

Tech:  6:30 to 10pm  – April 13, 14, 15

Performers must be available for all rehearsals and performances

Support:  Each project will receive 2 to 3 individual development sessions with the project producer/directors

Stipend: profit share based on percentage of ticket sales

Submit proposals HERE!


BORDER, noun, the part or edge of a surface or area that forms its outer boundary.

the line that separates one country, state, province, person etc., from another;

Our lives are full of borders and borderlines; lines that separate, enclose, exclude, surround, and protect; we encounter them physically, emotionally, psychologically, environmentally, and spiritually. We are asking, how are borderlines created? What does it mean to challenge a border? How do we cross a border? How can a border be interacted with? How do we know what or where a border(line) is? How do we obstruct, destroy, re-create, and delineate borders? Are all borders restrictive? 



Immersive theatre invites audiences to engage with performances in new and non-traditional ways. When attending an immersive show, you move through the theatre encountering performances in a variety of locations.  You may be seated in a cushy seat watching the action on a stage or you may be invited to engage with performers in the lobby or take in an art installation as you transition from one location to the next.  



Interested artists may submit an on-line application.  

Link here: https://forms.gle/P8DKU8baz3xktVhPA



January 15th by 5pm



Please contact the Millibo Art Theatre with any questions or concerns: 


719 465-6321

Author: Jim Jackson