Photos: Opening night of 'Sweet & Lucky'

by John Moore | May 24, 2016
Making of 'Sweet & Lucky'

Our complete photo gallery of the making of 'Sweet & Lucky' in Denver. To see more, just hit the forward arrow on the image above. Then click on any photo and follow instructions to download it for free. Photos by John Moore for the DCPA NewsCenter.

Sweet And Lucky Opening. The photos above are from the May 20 opening celebration of Sweet & Lucky, a collaboration between the DCPA's Off-Center with New York's Third Rail Projects. Sweet & Lucky is the largest physical undertaking in the Denver Center’s nearly 40-year history. This immersive exploration of the vagaries of memory is playing out in a 16,000-square-foot converted warehouse at 4120 E. Brighton Boulevard. Westword calls Sweet & Lucky "a brave, lovely, original adventure." It plays through June 25.

(Pictured above: At the end of the experience, audiences are treated to a cocktail from nationally recognized Williams & Graham mixologist Sean Kenyon. Photo by John Moore.)

Sweet & Lucky: Ticket information:

Sweet & Lucky plays through June 25 at 4120 E. Brighton Boulevard, with newly added performances. Only 72 audience members per performance. Wear comfortable shoes. Call 303-893-4100 or BUY ONLINE

Sweet & Lucky has its own web site. You should check it out here. 

Sweet And Lucky Opening.

'Sweet & Lucky' cast photo by John Moore for the DCPA NewsCenter.

Previous NewsCenter coverage of Sweet & Lucky:
5 things we learned about Sweet & Lucky
Zach Morris is home to seize the cultural moment
Casting announced; tickets onsale
DCPA to create new immersive theatre piece with Third Rail Projects
Kickstarter campaign allows audience to dive deeper

More Colorado theatre coverage on the DCPA NewsCenter

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John Moore
John Moore
Award-winning arts journalist John Moore has recently taken a groundbreaking new position as the DCPA’s Senior Arts Journalist. With The Denver Post, he was named one of the 12 most influential theater critics in the US by American Theatre Magazine. He is the founder of the Denver Actors Fund, a nonprofit that raises money for local artists in medical need. John is a native of Arvada and attended Regis Jesuit High School and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Follow him on Twitter @moorejohn.

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