Does thinking about the holidays this year make you feel a bit like a Scrooge? We understand the feeling. It can be hard to stay merry when there’s so much going on in the world. For the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the inability to produce our annual tradition of A Christmas Carol this year came as a disappointment. The Wolf Theatre renovations are nearly complete, but with current CDC and city guidelines in place for slowing the spread of COVID-19, it simply wasn’t possible to make it happen this year. We found ourselves saying, “Bah, humbug,” more times than we care to admit.
National Read a Book Day is September 6 and we’re celebrating by looking back at our storied history (pun intended) of producing and presenting books that have been adapted for the stage. How many of these productions from the past ten years have you seen? Do you have any favorites we didn’t include? Let us know on social media!
Return of seasonal favorite will re-open the newly named Marvin and Judi Wolf Theatre
Take a look in video and photos at the DCPA Theatre Company’s returning seasonal favorite
As young actors grow into adults, the message of Charles Dickens’ timeless 1843 cautionary tale only deepens
Check out our photo gallery as work begins on the Theatre Company’s popular seasonal tradition
Change is in the wind for Denver Center’s two long-running holiday traditions, both returning in late November
‘Our job is to awaken Scrooge’s soul through the purity of the children, the loyalty of Fred, the generosity of The Fezziwigs and the humanity…
‘One of the things I love so much about this Denver Center production is its humanity,’ playwright Richard Hellesen says after the opening performance.
The popular seasonal staging has come back to the Stage Theatre for a 25th time ‘to save us everyone.’ Here is your first look.