Sandbox Student Series
We are so excited you want to be involved in the Sandbox community! This idea came to be due to the vast amount of art students wanted to create, collaborate on, and experiment with. The artists of Sandbox are all young professionals in the midst of finding their creative voices. Sandbox offers artists of all disciplines, whether you’re an actor, designer, director, or manager, a safe space to play with big, experimental, and creative ideas. Our mission at Sandbox is to apply what we have learned as artists both in school and in the real world to our creative works and make something truly unique out of it. We strive for inclusivity and originality in all our works. Now let’s play!
PLEASE NOTE: All Sandbox productions are first-come-first-serve and are NOT ticketed through CU Presents. To stay updated on Sandbox performances, follow them on Instagram @sandboxcuboulder.
Sandbox lineup for Fall 2023:
A Streetcar Named Desire- By Tennesse Williams, directed by Brosnan Bustamante
Performances 9/22/23 and 9/23/23 at 7:30pm, and 9/24/23 at 2:00pm
Libations Art Gallery- Curated by Olivia Rae Allen
10/7/23 and 10/8/23 at 7:30pm
Dog Sees God: Confesstions of a Teenage Blockhead- By Bert V. Royal, directed by Ian McCance
Performances 10/20/23 and 10/21/23 at 7:30pm, and 10/22/23 at 2:00pm
Drag Show- Produced by Rebekah Jeffery
Performances 10/27/23 and 10/28/23 at 7:30pm
Red- By John Logan, directed by Jacob Turner
Performances 11/17/23 and 11/18/23 at 7:30pm, and 11/19/23 at 2:00pm
A Play- directed by Tristan Skogen
Performances 12/9/23 and 12/10/23 at 7:30pm
Performers Without Borders
Performers Without Borders (PWB) is a student group housed in the Department of Theatre & Dance which is open to all CU students interesting in using performance to illuminate social issues and ignite positive social change. For more information on Performers Without Borders, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below.
University Student Clubs & Organizations
CU Boulder offers a variety of ways for students to find their place on campus, including student organizations, major-specific clubs, honor societies, ethnic clubs, recreational activities, and Greek societies.
We also serve as banker, bookkeeper, travel agent, purchasing department and event manager for student organizations. Student organizations using university facilities must maintain an account and conduct their business through our office. Funding for student organizations granted from university sources is also placed in appropriate accounts through us.
CSI student organizations provide opportunities for students to make friends and pursue their interests from hiking to honors, music to martial arts, swing dancing to snowboarding. There is always something to do on campus, so get out there and get involved!