Miners Alley Playhouse announced its next show of the 2021 Season will be The Treasurer, written by Max Posner.

The Treasurer runs July 16-Aug. 7 with in person, and streaming ticket options available. Join a Denver man known only as ‘The Son’ on his wild bike ride to hell in one of the most-acclaimed Off-Broadway plays of 2017. We’d all like to believe that when the time comes to step up and care for our aging parents, we’ll be up to the responsibility. But what if that mother abandoned you when you were 13, and your inheritance now is the financial and emotional burden that comes with her return to your life? The Treasurer is a non-stop, darkly funny and sharply intimate story that explores the hell of a guilty conscience.

In an effort to fulfill its mission to provide opportunities for actors, directors, writers, designers, and technicians to gain valuable experience in a positive and supportive environment and get paid a living wage, the majority of our Miners Alley’s season will showcase local playwrights and their new works.

In-Person tickets for The Treasurer are available starting June 1, online at minersalley.com/the-treasurer/ or by calling 303-935-3044 now. Pricing for limited in-person seating and On-Demand is based on a “Pay it Forward” pricing model. Preview performances are July 8 and 9

Cast & Crew

Max Posner was the 2012 P73 Playwriting Fellow, a 2013 MacDowell Colony Fellow and is currently Writer-In-Residence at Williamstown. He received the 2011 Heideman Award from Actors Theatre of Louisville and the 2015 Helen Merrill Emerging Playwright Award. Mr. Posner’s plays have been developed at Playwrights Horizons, Soho Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Page 73, Clubbed Thumb, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout Underground, Atlantic Theatre Company, Ars Nova, The Bushwick Starr, New York Theater Workshop, American Theater Co, The Hangar Theatre, The Juilliard School and Space on Ryder Farm. He is a graduate of Brown University (Weston Award for playwriting) and recently completed a two-year Lila Acheson Wallace Fellowship at Juilliard. Mr. Posner was born and raised in Denver and lives in Brooklyn.

John Moore has been one of Colorado’s most respected arts journalists for 20 years. As the longtime theatre reporter at The Denver Post, he was included on a list of the 12 most influential theater critics outside of New York by American Theatre magazine. He then pioneered an innovative journalism mission for Denver Center for the Performing Arts as a shared resource for the entire Colorado arts community. He now contributes arts coverage to the Denver Gazette and produces independent journalism through his own company, Moore Media. As a playwright, his play Waiting for Obama was a featured selection at the New York International Fringe Festival and is now available as a radio play on all podcasting channels as well as through Broadway on Demand, where it is licensed to 14 countries. Most recently, he was a contributing writer on the new documentary theatre film “CO2020” by the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company. Directing credits include “Jostled” for the Bas Bleu Theatre in Fort Collins, the award-winning “Always, Patsy Cline” at the PACE Center and many plays and musicals at The Original Scene and area high schools. John is also the founder of The Denver Actors Fund, which has raised more than $1 million to help Colorado theatre artists with medical and other expenses. For his efforts, John was recently awarded the Lucy Jordan Humanitarian Award by Actors Equity Association.



Augustus “Augie” Truhn as The Son
Billie McBride as Ida
Jasmine Jackson as the Female Actor
Peter Trinh as the Male Actor