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


OUR TEACHERS: Millibo’s teaching staff are all professional working artists in the field and bring a rich array of talents, experience and training to the classes they lead.  Teaching assistants and teen volunteers provide additional support in every class.


Brooke Callahan has been a theatre director & educator for over six years and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts. Originally from Tennessee, Brooke directed over twenty productions at the Krider Center where they were awarded the Tennessee Recreation & Parks Four Star Award for their summer program. She is also currently employed with Campfire Theater in Colorado Springs directing the regional premiere of “An American Night’s Dream,” an outdoor-walking theatre performance.




Christopher Keller, a recently returned Springs native is both an artist and an educator. After receiving an education in Circus arts from the circus center of San Francisco he went on tour both nationally and internationally. You can now find him teaching gymnastics or circus, projecting, and spending time with his two wonderful dogs Max and Hairly.




Elizabeth Fluharty, for the last 10+ years, has been learning, performing, and teaching a variety of circus arts including partner acrobatics, aerial silks, aerial rope, and stilts. Thanks to more than a decade of saying “yes” to all kinds of crazy adventures, the circus has become her life and passion. You can often find her teaching classes at Mountain Shadows Aerial Silks and the Millibo Art Theatre, where she loves helping other people find their inner and outer strength through circus arts.





Sophie T. is an arts professional active in the non-profit sector. As an actor, Sophie has brought talents to the stage at the Millibo Art Theatre, Springs Ensemble Theatre, and The Gold Room for comedy. Sophie’s also taught language and theatre programs in District 14 for the past 7 years, and is committed to leadership in the social sector of the Colorado Springs region.




Tierra Izzo is a deviser/performer, director, and teacher. She trained at Emerson College, Boston, MA and graduated with distinction with an MA in Advanced Theatre Practice from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London (2014/15) where she devised and performed numerous original works. She and her husband, Nick Izzo, are producing artistic directors of Artists Anonymous Theatre Company which focuses on creating adventurous theatre in unexpected places (Night Terrors 2019).  She teaches in PPCC’s theatre department and loves leading workshops as often as possible.

Author: Jim Jackson