DCTC@The TC: The Art of Making Art
Mar 27 | Noon on the second floor of the Tattered Cover LoDo (1628 16th St.)
Discover the secrets behind the art and the artist at the DCTC. Gain deeper insight into the artist’s journey to the creation and development of their work. Gregory Smith, Director of audience Development for the Denver Center for the Performing arts, hosts these lively and engaging discussions with directors, writers or cast members of the current DCTC productions.
Theatre & Theology
Mar 27 | After the show
In our continued partnership with Pastor Dan Bollman with the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod and cast members, this discussion examines the relevant connections to the productions through a theological lens. Higher Education Advisory Discussions
Apr 1 | After the matinee
Audience members gain scholarly insight into the productions through discussions, facilitated by faculty members from regional colleges and universities. Ethics and Journalism Discussion
Apr 12 | After the show | in Club Denver (Ricketson Lobby)
In 1899 at the bar in the Oxford Hotel, one of the greatest news hoaxes of all times was concocted by four Denver reporters. Great Wall Story is based on this true story. Why did it take 30+ years to uncover the truth? In 1922, the American Society of Newspaper Editors drafted a Canon of Principles, with the intent “to preserve, protect and strengthen the bond of trust between American journalists and the American people.” Have the news media lived up to these principles? What expectations do we as a modern society have of our journalists? What responsibilities do bloggers and online websites have in presenting information that is truthful, accurate, objective and impartial?
Join us on April 12 in conversation with Gregory Smith, DCPA Director of Audience Development; John Moore, Denver journalist and former Denver Post theatre critic; and Cynthia Hessin, Rocky Mountain PBS’ Executive Producer and moderator of the weekly discussion series, “Colorado State of Mind” to discuss ethics in journalism then and now.
For more information contact Tina Risch at 303.446.4849 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Student Night
Attend the theatre with other students like you! On designated Student Nights, you can purchase $10 tickets in advance and enjoy show-related activities. Use promo code STUDENT
when ordering. American Sign Language interpretation and Audio-description
Apr 22 | 1:30pm
Contact Denver Center Ticket Services at 303.893.4100, 1.800.641.1222 or TTY at 303.893.9582 for assistance.