FIREHOUSE THEATER COMPANY
Firehouse Theater Company is a non-profit theatrical organization dedicated to providing a collaborative environment where actors, producers, writers, directors, crew, and all other contributors, regardless of background, race, gender or sexual identity, physical ability, and experience have the opportunity to learn, explore, and practice the art of theater. We welcome the whole community to our theater where we tell stories about all kinds of people, and seek to represent diversity on and behind stage.
Firehouse Theater Company seeks to build a community of positivity, kindness, inclusivity, and joy through the theater arts. We bring to life on stage the experiences of a kaleidoscope of characters with the aim of entertaining audiences, broadening perspectives, and deepening empathy. We encourage collaboration and openness to new ideas. We support emerging artists and also celebrate our experienced creatives, giving everyone an opportunity to grow.
JOHN HAND THEATER (FIREHOUSE THEATER)
The John Hand Theater is located inside the historic Lowry Air Force Base Fire Station. The main stage and backstage areas reside where fire trucks once stood at the ready. The Lowry Air Force Base served as a training base during World War II and during the Cold War - and was the initial site of the U.S Air Force Academy (1955-1958).