Ludlow Press Release

Nimbus tells the story of the bloodiest conflict in American Labor History

October 19, 2017

The year is 1913. Progress runs on coal, but the immigrant miners from southern Colorado are being squeezed beyond endurance. They work the seam while corporate forces arrayed against them spy, manipulate and disrupt, crushing any hint of “union.” Yet the workers and their families lean on one another, wait, hope…and plan.


How far will the company go? When will the pawns realize that together they are strong? But the chess board squares are all coal black in Las Animas County, near the River of the Lost Souls in Purgatory. And the flames are getting closer.


Nimbus brings you the fearsome saga of the Ludlow massacre, the deadliest labor dispute in American history.


Featuring Pedro Juan Fonseca, Meri Golden, Kayla Hambek, Siri Hammond, Tim Komatsu, Tara Lucchino, Marcelo Mena, Brian O’Neal, Nicholas Nelson, Stephanie Ruas, David Tufford, Richard D. Woods

Designed by Ursula K. Bowden, Jacob M. Davis, Jenny Moeller, Barb Portinga, Courtney Schmitz 


Saturday, November 4 - 8pm - Opening Night

Sunday, Nobember 5 - 3pm

Thursday, November 9 - 7:30pm

Friday, November 10 - 8pm

Saturday, November 11 - 8pm

Sunday, November 12 - 3pm

Monday, November 13 - 7:30pm - Pay-What-You-Can Performance

Thursday, November 16 - 7:30pm

Friday, November 17 - 8pm

Saturday, November 18 - 8pm - Audio Described

Sunday, November 19 - 3pm


WARNING: This show contains gunshots, violence, and racially charged language