RMRT has strived to bring artistic excellence to Grand County by providing residents and visitors alike with a dynamic and fulfilling theatrical experience. For the past 10 years, the Rep has gone through an unparalleled period of activity. After strengthening the organization with a dedicated Board of Trustees, a new artistic and administrative staff was implemented in 2005. In 2011, we opened our very own theatre complex, following a successful $5.2 million Raise the Curtain capital campaign. Through it all, we have carried on our steadfast commitment to fiscal responsibility, accomplishing all of our goals resolutely within our means. We are grateful for your interest in supporting Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre and we encourage you to explore the many ways to help RMRT grow.
The Grand Arts Council is a non-profit organization located in majestic Grand Lake, Colorado near Rocky Mountain National Park. The Grand Arts Council encourages painters, sculptors, poets, dancers, and crafters to express themselves artistically and share their passion for the splendor that surrounds us all. Activities include concerts, exhibits, classes, craft fairs, theatrical performances and other events that integrate cultural arts into the community.
In the summer of 1973, Pam Foster and Betty and Bill Caswell as newly arrived members of the Grand Lake community and members of a Chamber of Commerce committee studying Grand Lake assets, felt the city’s historic background should be preserved. Subsequently the Grand Lake Area Historical Society was organized. Patience Kemp and Dorothy Howard conferred in Denver with the chairman of the State Historical Department on the procedure to be followed to make the society official. Deadlines were met and by the end of 1973 the Grand Lake Area Historical Society was official.