Saturday Night Alive returns on June 12, 2021
Women with Hattitude will resume in 2022
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is delighted to announce that Saturday Night Alive will return to the social calendar on June 12, 2021. The 40-year-old fundraiser has been entirely reconceived in order to adapt to restrictions on public gatherings due to continuing health and safety concerns.
“Currently, we hope to welcome both a virtual audience as well as on-site guests,” said DCPA President and CEO Janice Sinden. “We envision an evening that can accommodate a smaller, in-person gathering and leverage the HD broadcast capabilities of our Seawell Ballroom team.
“At that time, it is anticipated that Denver will be under the state’s Blue Level on the COVID dial,” Siden continued, “which will enable us to entertain 175 guests in our newly-renovated Wolf Theatre and another 175 guests in the Ballroom. However, if we cannot accommodate audiences on-site, we have made contingency plans to offer an entirely virtual — but no less spectacular — evening for our community.”
The event will go on sale at a later time, but is expected to include an entirely online auction, a three-course meal, performances by local entertainers that showcase the breadth and diversity of the DCPA’s programming, and presentation of the Daniel L. Ritchie Spotlight Award to recognize an individual or organization that advances the mission of the DCPA.
On a separate note, the DCPA’s popular Women with Hattitude luncheon will not resume until 2022, so that the organization can focus on completion of its theatre renovations, relaunch of Saturday Night Alive and resumption of theatrical programming in the coming months.
Please continue to watch the DCPA’s NewsCenter for event details or visit denvercenter.org/sna.