See ‘Queen of Conspiracy’ at Miners Alley Playhouse

May 16, 2019

John Lennon. Frank Zappa. Henry Miller. Richard Nixon. You may know these 1970’s icons…but have you ever heard of Mae Brussell? The one-time Queen of Conspiracy, she attracted audiences of thousands. Her radio shows analyzed public government records to link the JFK and RFK assassinations with the Watergate scandal. Loyal fans and celebrities looking to make sense of an increasingly complex, crazy world were hungry for Brussell’s version of the truth. Josh Hartwell’s new drama, set in present-day Denver, imagines the family who inherits Brussell’s legacy. What will they do when her past invades their present?

Miners Alley Playhouse is opening a new play this weekend: Queen of Conspiracy. Performances are Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2PM. This play is rated R for strong language and content. Queen of Conspiracy will run May 17th-June 23rd.

Tomorrow night’s performance (Friday 5/17) will be followed by their free opening night party, featuring an excellent buffet, so it’s a great night to attend!

Miners Alley Playhouse  |  1224 Washington Avenue, Suite 200  |  (303) 935-3044  |  Map