Boulder Ensemble Theater Company presents a Boulder theater for all to enjoy! From theaters in Boulder to plays in Boulder, we present the best in local entertainment.
Ron Mueller (Ensemble Member) is the Technical Director for the College of Music at the University of Colorado in Boulder. In the last year, he co-designed and built scenery for BETC’s Cyrano and Ripcord with Tina Anderson. Also this season, he designed scenery for An Iliad. Previously for BETC, he designed scenery and lighting for Annapurna and scenery for Seminar, The Aliens and Outside Mullingar. Other recent designs include Legacy of Light, a scenic design for CU Theatre and Dance which won a Kennedy Center ACTF Meritorious Achievement Award. He designed the lighting for Crested Butte Music Festival’s 2013 production of Barber of Seville and since has designed scenery and lighting for their productions of Rigoletto and Don Pasquale. Most recently at CU Music, he designed scenery for The Tender Land, Side by Side by Sondheim and Albert Herring. He also designed lighting for CU’s New Opera Workshop productions of several new works over the last several years. He has been a scenic and lighting technician for the Skylight Opera Theatre, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Boulder’s Dinner Theatre, Theatre X, Milwaukee Chamber Theater, Boulder Broadway Company, Broadway in Boulder, University of Denver Lamont School of Music and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has designed scenery and/or lighting for productions at many of those organizations.
Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company: This is what theatre can do.
Named 2019 and 2017 Best Theatre for Adults (Denver Westword)
"Now in its 13th season, BETC has, in my experience, never put on a bad show. That’s not just incredible, it’s damn near impossible." (Boulder Weekly)
"Just put the dates for the rest of this season’s BETC shows on your calendar in advance so you won’t miss any of them. Do it!!" (Boulder Magazine)
"This is an excellent cast, working together as a sincere and talented ensemble, in a marvelous production...Now go get a ticket." (Theatre Colorado)