Tag Archive for: DCPA Theatre Company

Henry Walter Greenberg dressed as Mrs. Jordan in a party dress stands in the doorway holding a handout to stop Richard Hannay

The 39 Steps is Now Playing at the DCPA

A fresh take on an all-time DCPA audience favorite! Combine a film masterpiece by Alfred Hitchcock with a juicy spy novel and add a splash of Monty Python humor. The result? A fast-paced whodunit with four versatile actors portraying more than 50 roles! The 39 Steps is now playing at the DCPA. DETAILS The 39 […]

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Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month at the DCPA

The month of May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Originally a weeklong commemoration to mark the completion of the transcontinental railroad (the majority of which was laid by Chinese immigrants) and the first Japanese immigration to the United States. By the early 1990s, the month of May was officially designated Asian/Pacific […]

Richard Hannay seated at a table with a man reading a newspaper. The headline reads 'Hannay.' A waitress smiles, stirring something in a bowl as she looms over the table.

A Conversation with the Cast of The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps is theatre at its greatest – thrilling and hilarious. In the video below, Amelia Pedlow (Annabella/Pamela/Margaret) and Marco Alberto Robinson (Richard Hannay) sit down to discuss the comedy and theatricality of The 39 Steps. DETAILS The 39 Steps Apr 14 – June 18, 2023 · Singleton Theatre Tickets

Richard Hannay looks concerned speaking with a man wearing strange glasses and a patterned suit jacket

The 39 Steps: The Art of Quick Change

The 39 Steps, playing at the Singleton Theatre through June 18, implements numerous moving parts, such as Alfred Hitchcock film styles, a thrilling spy novel and a dash of Monty Python comedy with a 1935 London backdrop. This show also uses quick-change techniques for three actors playing more than 50 roles. Heidi Echtenkamp, Denver Center […]

Richard Hannay seated at a table with a man reading a newspaper. The headline reads 'Hannay.' A waitress smiles, stirring something in a bowl as she looms over the table.

First Look: The 39 Steps

Returning to the Denver Center after its sold-out run in 2010 — an all-time audience favorite! A fresh take on the classic adventure-comedy, The 39 Steps is theatre at its best… an absurd, delightful journey that can only be brought to life on stage. Take a look at some of the production photos below.

The Color Purple is Now Playing at the DCPA

1 Pulitzer Prize. 1 National Book Award. 11 Academy Award nominations. 4 Golden Globe nominations. 3 Tony Awards. The Color Purple is a triumphant, inspiring piece of art that reaffirms some fundamental truths: that Black is beautiful, that women are powerful, and that love is love. Take your first look at The Color Purple below. DETAILS The […]

A line of soldiers snowshoe down a mountain in Camp Hale

Skis, Slopes and Spies: Colorado’s Camp Hale

America’s newest national monument has an intriguing history. On August 22, 2022, President Joe Biden designated 53,804 acres of National Forest Service lands in Eagle County as the  Camp Hale – Continental Divide National Monument. Much is written about the site’s history as a military training ground in World War II; the locale also was […]

Costume rendering by Trevor Bowen for The Color Purple

Q&A with the Costume Designer for The Color Purple

At first glance, the costumes in The Color Purple look pretty ordinary. Everyone is wearing historically accurate clothing, pieces that look like they belonged to your grandparents or great-grandparents. What if that is exactly what the costume designer, Trevor Bowen, had in mind? For some productions, it takes hard work to make costumes look like […]

A woman stands with her arms outstretched, belting a song onstage.

Making a Blooming Vine for The Color Purple

The DCPA scenic department tackles everything from building boats and animating animals to creating spectacular ballrooms and making it shower onstage. Now, they have created a blooming vine for The Color Purple that bursts forth in a profusion of color. Watch the video below and learn how these talented artists take an idea on paper […]

Madaleine Carroll and Robert Donat in The 39 Steps

Making Confetti Out of Suspense

“I am out to give the public good, healthy, mental shake-ups,” Alfred Hitchcock wrote in 1936, in an essay that might have been a mission statement for his multi-decade film career as the Master of Suspense. “Civilization has become so screening and sheltering that we cannot experience sufficient thrills at first hand. Therefore, to prevent […]