Sundown Collaborative Theatre provides a visceral theatrical experience by exploring new and existing works through various artistic mediums and celebrating individuals in a collaborative process. Sundown is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been providing Denton with alternative, thought-provoking theater for fourteen seasons. Check out our past performances for more information!


Coming up next!

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind – 30 plays in 60 minutes
by Greg Allen & The Neo-Futurists
Directed by Ryan Davila & Lindsey Hall
April 20th-22nd & 27th-29th, 8PM

Green Space Arts Collective
529 Malone St.
Denton, Texas

Stay tuned to buy your tickets soon!


Submit your Body Story!!

We are thrilled to be bringing back our Stories (a working title) series!!
And just like the last time – we need the community’s help to create this devised piece together!

This time we are asking the community to send in their “body stories” What is life like inside your body? We want to highlight as many bodies and stories as possible, from a wide variety of wonderful humans.

This story could be about your size, gender, race, chronic pain or illness, or any other aspect of your body that impacts your life. We want stories to uplift us, to make us cry, and even to make us angry.

Click here to learn more and submit your story now!


~*~*~ Special thanks to our patrons: Criss Forshay, Bryan Hall, Matthew Solomon, and Melanie Barth ~*~*~

“‘Art is whatever you put your heart into. It’s not about money,’ …That clearly sums up the Sundown philosophy, and this show is well worth the drive to Denton from elsewhere in Dallas-Fort Worth.”
– Joy Tipping, Theater Jones

“The dialog and performances are compellingly stylized, and no one performer stands out because it is a true artistic ensemble.”
– M. Lance Lusk, D Magazine