Visionbox Studio Theatre

A nonprofit organization

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Anyone who donates between $500 and $999 will receive general admission tickets to It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry featuring Hollywood actor, Chris Noth as George Bailey!  Anyone who donates $1000 or more receives two VIP tickets to It's a Wonderful Life. For more information about this upcoming performance click here!


To advance the overall level of theatre arts in Colorado.


We offer five-week scene study classes for actors of all ages, levels and backgrounds that culminate in a performance. While the focus of the class is on acting technique, we recently introduced a Directors' & Playwrights' lab that works alongside the acting class with work tailored to these disciplines.

As an extension of the training program, Visionbox Studio Theatre has produced workshops of new performance work by nationally and internationally acclaimed writers, directors, designers and actors. 

These public performances of new work featuring multi-media design have included The Othello Project by Visionbox, Commedia, a new play by British Actor Daniel Gerroll, The Wild Hunt by Bill Pullman, A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas with Broadway Actor Bill Youmans and most recently a world premiere of Seeking Charlie Russell written and performed by Bill Pullman. Visionbox is a Tier III project of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) and part of the McNichols Civic Center Building Cultural Partnership Program. 


To provide student and professional theatre artists with training rooted in graduate-level curriculum, taught by theatre professionals; and to integrate this training into the development of new intermedia performance work that engages audiences in the social and human issues of our time.

Background Statement

Jennifer McCray Rincón came to Denver in 1991 as the Head of Acting at the National Theatre Conservatory at the DCPA, the only MFA in acting in the state of Colorado. Ms. Rincón is a graduate of Yale University and the Yale School of Drama Directing Program. She remained at the NTC until 2008. Soon after, the DCPA closed the Conservatory.

Visionbox was founded by Jennifer Rincón and actor Bill Pullman to try to fill the void left by the closure of the NTC. Since founding the company, in addition to providing ongoing professional training to actors in Colorado, they have co-produced many workshops of completely new intermedia performance material. The company continues to create and produce workshops of new plays that focus on the social and human issues of our time.

Organization Data


Organization name

Visionbox Studio Theatre

Year Established


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Arts, Culture & Humanities, Education, Youth Development

Organization Size

Medium Organization


DENVER, CO 80230

Service areas

Denver, CO, US




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