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Denver Center Alliance

Help us plan, raise money and attend Denver's most prominent benefits and events, all in support of the fantastic shows, programs and classes at the DCPA. Learn more about the Denver Center Alliance.

Contact us | 303.446.4815
 

Ushers

Become a Volunteer Usher with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is the largest nonprofit theatre of its kind in the nation and our incredible volunteers are one of the keys to our success. As a part of our volunteer usher corps, you can help the DCPA share the magic of theatre throughout our community and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.

All ushers are required to complete a W9 and background check to be eligible.

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Tour Guide Ambassadors

Lead walking tours around the Denver Performing Arts Complex, sharing fun backstage stories of the DCPA. Learn more about Backstage Tours.

Contact us | 303.446.4895

New tour guide ambassadors are required to complete a background check form. Please download and print the form from our website and mail them to Jill Schwager, DCPA, 1101 13th St., Denver CO 80204.
 

Higher Education Advisory Committee

College and university educators are needed to help us lead our discussion groups following select Theatre Company performances.

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Library Assistants

Help file, shelve, catalog and circulate our specialized library of scripts, periodicals, theatre anthologies and musical librettos. Assistants work several hours at least one day a week.

Contact us | 303.446.4869









“Because I volunteer as a Tour Ambassador, I see the skill and pride the DCPA craftspeople bring to our productions. As a long-time subscriber, I know the quality of the onstage productions, so to keep our theatre at the top, I am happy to add a little to my ticket prices as a donor." — Barbara Thorngren