About Us

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THAC strives to elevate and inspire as we work to build meaningful relationships across all cultures and communities.

Our work in Schools

We seek to ensure students of all ages and experience levels have access to arts and arts education by offering many different programs.

Our work in Community

We have wonderful partnerships that bring communities together through exposure to the arts.

Our work in Theater

We are metro Denver’s most intimate professional theater. From our home in downtown Littleton, we produce the highest quality shows, concerts and events.

Our work in Fine Art

Along with partners, we support local artists and make their work accessible to everyone.

Our vision for the future

We work to bring theater to people in our space and throughout communities, making it accessible to everyone in safe, welcoming and inclusive environments.


Founded in 1982, Town Hall Arts Center (THAC) is the vibrant hub of arts and culture in Littleton, Colorado. Inside is south metro Denver’s most intimate live theater with 260 seats and the administrative offices for our nonprofit organization. Our mission is to enrich the cultural, social and educational life of south metro Denver through professionally produced live theater, concerts, fine art exhibits and other events, and through educational programs for children and adults.

The landmark building we call home is a crowning jewel for historic Downtown Littleton’s vibrant Main Street. When it was built in 1920, it served as the City of Littleton’s Town Hall. Our lobby housed the city’s first fire truck; the basement where we build stage scenes was Littleton’s jail; and our second-floor auditorium is where the city council met, court was held and residents turned out for plenty of community dances. City offices dominated what is now the Stanton Art Gallery.

In the mid 1950s, Littleton built a new municipal center, and the old Town Hall stood vacant for almost three decades. In 1980, a group of determined Littleton residents decided our growing city — and all of south metro Denver — needed a performing arts center. They mounted a fundraising campaign, and, two years later, THAC staged its first season.

Today, THAC continues to anchor Littleton with what The Denver Post has called “one of the most appealing intimate theaters in the region.” THAC produces main stage shows and concerts from September through June and a year-round education program for students of all ages. The Stanton Art Gallery features local talent. Each year, THAC accounts for more than 25,000 visits to Downtown Littleton and contributes more than $500,000 directly to the area’s economy, according to the City of Littleton.

We invite you to learn more about our accomplishments in THAC’s Annual Reports.

THAC continually advances; improves; innovates — and brings joy, inspiration and meaning to tens of thousands of people each year. We welcome you to join us.

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Join the Team

Our outstanding team members create experiences that help our visitors make memories. We are always looking for friendly volunteers to join our team!

Our Team

THAC Staff

Robert Michael Sanders

Chief Operating Officer

Matthew Kepler

Director of Programming

Mike Haas

Technical Director

Savannah Reeves

Director of Patron and Community Engagement

LuAnn Buckstein

Education Manager

Steven Burge

Marketing Manager

Kevin Chung

Production Carpenter

Dustin Hartley

Charge Artist

Kristi Jones

Operations Manager

Ashlee Arline

Patron Experience Associate

Jacob Luria

Patron Experience Associate

Jeff Kerzman

Patron Experience Associate

Lyndsay Sullivan

Patron Experience Associate

Kara Shirey

Patron Experience Associate

Marisa Marsala

Patron Experience Associate

John Brown

Patron Experience Associate


THAC Board

Lynne Lehr-Buck


Lisa McKeegan

Vice President

Bob Colwell


Hailey Thiel


Deb Kelly

Board Member

Christine Tatum

Board Member

Richard Boon

Board Member

Cheryl D. Calhoun

Board Member

Beth Best

Board Member

Sarah Hagberg

Board Member

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