"Mike Broemmel is the 21st century's answer to
John Steinbeck at his most nitty-gritty."
-- Neil Marr, Monaco
Publisher & Editor
The Creative Writing Seminar is taught by critically acclaimed, award-winning author and playwright Mike Broemmel. Mike's plays have been produced around the world. His books have been published internationally. The seminar consists of four 2-hour sessions held on Zoom. Space is limited. Take advantage of early bird registration for $80. Registration includes a copy of Mike’s critically acclaimed book The Shadow Cast.
Witness: The Story of Virginia Hill by Mike Broemmel is a full-length, one actor play that chronicles the virtually inconceivable life of a woman named Virginia Hill. The play is structured around her cantankerous appearance before what officially was christened the U.S. Senate Special Committee to Investigate Organized Crime.
Across the street from the Colorado Statehouse, the Capitol Hill Theatre Series brings theatrical productions that matter to the heart of the Denver.
Produced by Colorado TINTS Theatre Company, Mother! The Life of Mother Jones is a look into the life, times, and motivations behind the fiery union organizer and rabble rouser once called the “most dangerous woman in America.”
A series of plays in the Aurora Cultural Arts District made possible through a grant from the City of Aurora.
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The Wind Is Us: The Death that Killed Capote is a full-length, three-act, one-actor play chronicling the life and death of iconic author Truman Capote.
At the heart of the play is the impact researching and writing Capote’s seminal book In Cold Blood had on the author. This effort includes a stark look at the complicated relationship Capote had with one of the two men executed in the gallows at the Kansas State Penitentiary in 1965.
The play focuses on Capote’s life from the execution of the pair of men who violently killed a Kansas farm family in 1959 through his passing in 1984.