Sweet & Lucky: Casting announced; tickets onsale


By Hope Grandon
For the DCPA NewsCenter

The DCPA’s Off-Center has announced full casting for its upcoming off-site immersive experience Sweet & Lucky, a commission by Brooklyn-based Third Rail Projects. The show is scheduled to begin previews May 17.

Sweet & Lucky’s ensemble will include the following Denver-based performers:

  • Diana Dresser
  • Colby Foss
  • Ondine Geary
  • Meridith C. Grundei
  • Leigh Miller
  • Patrick Mueller
  • Tara Rynders
  • Mackenzie Sherburne
  • Justin Walvoord
  • Edith Weiss
  • Ryan Wuestewald
  • Amanda Berg Wilson

They will be joined by Lia Bonfilio of Third Rail Projects.

Sweet & Lucky continues Off-Center’s tradition of creating inventive and engaging programming that upends tradition,” said Scott Shiller, DCPA President and CEO “We are honored to be collaborating with Third Rail Projects and Williams & Graham, both innovators in their fields, to bring the world premiere of this truly unique experience to Denver.”

Read our interview with co-creator and Denver native Zach Morris

This two-hour performance takes place in a sprawling 16,000-square-foot warehouse owned by Westfield Company on Brighton Boulevard. Audiences will step into a mysterious antique store where nothing is for sale, follow performers through intricately designed environments, into intimate engagements, and witness a series of seductive and haunting flashbacks. It’s a 360-degree experience that uses all five senses to evoke the power and fragility of memories. Dive deeper into the story by exploring the props and scenery firsthand, and enjoy specialty cocktails before and after the show crafted by award-winning mixologist Sean Kenyon at a pop up version of Kenyon’s Williams & Graham.

Tickets are now available. BUY ONLINE 

Please note that each performance is limited to 72 audience members.

Previous NewsCenter coverage of Sweet & Lucky:

Zach Morris is home to seize the cultural moment
DCPA to create new immersive theatre piece with Third Rail Projects
Kickstarter campaign allows audience to dive deeper
Kickstarter home page

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