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Telling: Denver

Telling: Denver

The Telling Project works to deepen our understanding of the military and veterans’ experience. Greater understanding fosters receptivity, easing veterans’ transitions back to civil society, and allowing communities to benefit from the skills and experience they bring with them. Through this understanding, a community deepens its connection to its veterans, itself, and its place in the nation and the world. Written by Jonathan Wei, directed by The Romero Theater Troupe,  and produced by BR McDonald, Telling: Denver features ten Veterans and family members. Telling: Denver will run from July 29th, August 1st, and August 2nd from 7pm-9pm and Sunday, August 3rd from 3pm-5pm at Saint Cajetans on the Auraria Campus, and again in November in conjunction with Veteran's Day activities. 

St. Cajetan's is located in the center of Auraria Campus, just south of the King Center. Please allow plenty of time for parking downtown!  Click here for a map of parking options on campus.

For group ticket sales, please email or call 303-458-4193 and speak with Jeanine Mason. Thank you!


This isn’t a story about war, about the wounds—both visible and invisible—that soldiers are left to carry after war, or the trauma that goes hand in hand with being a soldier.  You won’t find details of battle or unsettling imagery in this tale.  This story is about strength and determination beyond the experience of war; this story embodies the power of self-identity as a veteran.  It’s a story of integrating the person that you once were with the person you are now...