There’s a truck stop in eastern Pennsylvania that sells the usual fare: burgers, fries, wraps, sandwiches. There is the occasional elevated offering like the Manuel Luis Echegoyen La Fiesta Burger, a beef patty topped with cotija, avocado, salsa verde and jalapeños. For the most part though, the menu is fairly uninspired, like a ham and […]
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In the video below, Angela Steiner, Music Director and Conductor of DCPA Theatre Company’s A Little Night Music, explains how she rewrote a score intended for a 17-piece orchestra into a full-bodied arrangement for eight musicians.
Love makes fools of us all. Lean into the comedy of it with A Little Night Music, which traces the plotting, flirting, and foibles of three affluent couples in circa-1900 Sweden. In the perpetual twilight of the Nordic summer, lovers waltz in and out of each other’s lives and arms during a weekend romp in […]
Clyde’s Sandwiches At Clyde’s, Lynn Nottage’s fictional diner, the motley kitchen crew dishes out fantastical sandwiches. You’ll crave the skirt steak with peach chutney on a cheddar biscuit. In other words, eating before attending a performance in the Kilstrom Theatre is recommended. Clyde’s serves plenty of classic sandwiches, too, like a tuna melt or grilled […]
Jamil Jude is the Artistic Director of True Colors Theatre Company in Atlanta, GA. He returns to the DCPA Theatre Company to direct the 2023 production of Clyde’s following the tremendous success of Choir Boy last season. DCPA: Tell us about how you came to this play at the Denver Center. JAMIL JUDE: When Chris […]
Ahead of the DCPA Theatre Company’s production of A Little Night Music, or the Broadway National tour of Company, it might be helpful to refresh your memory on the musical legend, Stephen Sondheim. The timeline below covers major events, from Sondheim’s Broadway debut, to the publication of his popular memoirs late in life. For even […]
For two actors in the First National Tour of Beetlejuice, coming back to Denver is like returning to a place of magic. Kate Marilley, who stars as Delia in Beetlejuice, performed in her dream role with the DCPA Theatre Company – twice. “In both 2007 and 2012 – with slightly different casts but the same […]
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) announces today that tickets for the 2023/24 DCPA Theatre Company productions and 11 Broadway & Cabaret tours are now on sale. The new Theatre Company season kicks off performances on Sept 1 and will feature seven mainstage productions including Stephen Sondheim’s classic A Little Night Music, Lynn […]
Since the mid-1980s, the DCPA Theatre Company has offered a series of free post-show discussions called “Talkbacks.” In fact, nearly 320,000 students and patrons have participated in these conversations…yet they remain relatively unknown to our audiences. As we work to engage our community in a variety of ways, we feel it’s time to draw Talkbacks […]
A lot of work happens behind the scenes for a Denver Center Theatre Company production—quite literally. In the video below, Scenic Designer Robert Mark Morgan talks through his process of creating the perfect backdrop to A Little Night Music.