When: May 20-June 5 2011

Alfred Hitchcock's 1948 film Rope is often cited as a cinematic landmark, largely because the action takes place in real time, in what appears to be a single continuous take. All of which makes this brainy thriller especially appropriate for theater. Presented by Theatre 'd Art at its former UCCS venue, Osborne Studio Theatre (3955 Cragwood Drive,, the production will run through June 5. Today's performance is at 4, with tickets priced at $10 for the public, $5 for students with ID, and free for UCCS students. And while you'll get no spoilers here, rest assured that the premise is every bit as morbid and mordant as you'd expect from any work with Hitchcock's shadow looming over it. — Bill Forman

Price: $5-$10


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