Video and photos: Your first look at 'The 12'

by John Moore | Mar 30, 2015


Video by David Lenk for the DCPA.


Photos by Jennifer M. Koskinen for the DCPA.


Rock music and one of the most influential stories of all time unite in the DCPA Theatre Company's The 12, which explores the ultimate test of faith faced by the disciples in the wake of their leader’s death.

Created by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan ("All the Way," "The Kentucky Cycle") with an original, classic rock score by award-winning composer Neil Berg ("Grumpy Old Men," "Prince and the Pauper.")

The 12 is directed by Richard Seyd and features Terence Archie, Mike Backes, Jeannette Bayardelle, Anthony Fedorov, Colby Foytik, Colin Hanlon, Jordan Leigh, Andrew Mayer, Christina Sajous, Maximilian Sangerman, Heath Saunders, Jordan Barbour, Brad Standley, Gregory Treco, Tony Vincent and  Erin Willis.

The 12: Ticket information
Through April 26
Stage Theatre
Tickets: 303-893-4100 or buy online
Toll-free: 800-641-1222 | TTY: 303-893-9582
Groups of 10 or more: 303-446-4829
ASL interpreted, audio described and open-captioned performance: 1:30 p.m. April 26

Front, from left: Anthony Federov, Terence Archie and Jordan Barbour with other cast members from 'The 12.' Photo by Jennifer M. Koskinen.

Front, from left: Anthony Federov, Terence Archie and Jordan Barbour with other cast members from 'The 12.' Photo by Jennifer M. Koskinen.


Our previous coverage of The 12:

The 12: Three days that rocked the world
Video: Robert Schenkkan introduces The 12
The 12 opens rehearsals with a mandate to 'dig deep'
Full casting announced for The 12
Final offering of Theatre Company season: Rock musical The 12

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  1. Susan mac | Apr 28, 2015
    Fabulous! Amazing singing,moving story! I would love the soundtrack!
  2. heather steele | Apr 26, 2015

    Where can I see this play again? I loved it. Is it going to another city? Thanks! Heather Steele 

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  3. P. Clark | Apr 26, 2015
    I doubt I can find words to describe how blown away I was today seeing the last performance of The 12 in Denver. I will follow this show around the country. The individual performances--both acting and singing--were utterly breathtaking. My only regret is that I can't take every person I know to see it! Fantastic.
  4. Bonnie Campbell | Apr 26, 2015
    Absolutely FABULOUS!  Don't miss it if it comes your way!
  5. Beth | Apr 25, 2015
    WOW!  "The 12" starts with grief and ends with love, with lots of soulful words and music in between.  Please go experience it for yourself!
  6. JA | Apr 08, 2015
    Sooooo wonderful!!  Any chance of getting a soundtrack?  JA
  7. Marianne | Apr 07, 2015
    So wonderful! I saw it on 4/3 and was not expecting to be blown away. Vocalists were all amazing - had I not been sitting, I might have fallen down when Mother Mary sang. Just heartbreakingly beautiful!
  8. Barbara | Apr 07, 2015
    SO looking forward to seeing The Twelve this week!
  9. Carol Christopher | Apr 06, 2015

    Best stage show I've seen in a long time.

    Powerful!!!!!

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