Play by Denver playwright Carrie Printz a story about a family struggling to connecct

Denver’s And Toto too Theatre Company is presenting the world premiere of Fractured Moonlight by Denver playwright Carrie Printz. The show runs July 8-24.

This play kicks off the delayed 15th season for And Toto too, Denver’s leader in new plays by women playwrights.

Fractured Moonlight tells the story of Max, an injured former war reporter, who shows up unexpectedly at the coastal Florida home of his semi-estranged ex-wife and teenage daughter. It feels like terrible timing. Or is it? A lonely dolphin, a boy named Elvis and the search for algebraic solutions round out this moving, funny tale of a fractured family struggling to connect.

Fractured Moonlight was a semi-finalist in the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s 2018 National Playwrights Conference, the Dayton County Playhouse’s FutureFest, and was part of Toto too’s workshop series in 2019.  Her plays, which have been produced around the country, include Gifted, produced by The Edge Theatre, and Soccer Mamas produced at And Toto too. Ms. Printz’ play Race Relations won first place in the Writer’s Digest 2009 Stage Play competition.  A professional journalist and public relations practitioner, she is published in a multitude of media outlets.


Fractured Moonlight will be performed at The Colorado Free University on the lawn, 7653 E 1st Pl, Denver, July 8-24, 2021, at 7 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, with socially distanced seating and outdoors-bring your lawn chairs. Tickets are $20 for general public. Limited number of Entertainment Industry tickets available during the first week of the run for $10.

Call 720-583-3975 or go to  for tickets.