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Judi Wolf: One Singular Sensation

Let’s set the stage. It’s opening night in the Buell Theatre. Two thousand eight hundred people are taking their seats to see the next big Broadway hit. And then it happens. Heads swivel. Crowds part. Whispers of “Who is that?” begin. Enter Judi Wolf, stage right. Opening night after opening night the same reaction occurs. […]

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1 Degree of Separation: DCPA to Broadway

On Tuesday, April 30, nominations were announced for the 77th annual Tony Awards. Among the nominees were two bound-for-Denver hits plus six individuals who are affiliated with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. And the nominees with DCPA connections are… Gutenberg: The Musical Nomination: Best Revival of a Musical In this two-person musical spoof, […]

DCPA’s 2024/25 Broadway Season Announcement, Added Attractions

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Broadway and Cabaret announces the 2024/25 subscription season and added attractions titles brimming with Tony Award-winning hits. Joining the previously announced national tour launch of KIMBERLY AKIMBO, winner of the 2023 Tony Award for Best Musical, on the subscription package at the Buell Theatre is the legendary musical, Funny […]

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Downtown Dining Near the Arts Complex

A perfect evening must begin with dinner and drinks and end with a performance in the Arts Complex. Make a night out of your trip downtown, and don’t stress about parking or time-consuming travel when you visit one of these restaurants near the Arts Complex. Some of the restaurants listed below are preferred restaurant partners […]

Immersive Space Experience Coming to Colorado February 2024

Infinity Experiences, Felix & Paul Studios and PHI Studio, in association with Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) Off-Center is proud to announce the presentation of Space Explorers: THE INFINITE premiering in Denver this February 3 – May 5, 2024 at Stanley Marketplace. Space Explorers: THE INFINITE  is a captivating immersive experience inspired by […]

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Creepy Cocktails

Whether you are planning early for Halloween or attending a certain musical whose name you shouldn’t say three times, two of the DCPA’s restaurant partners have a little something to make your occasion extra special. When we asked our partners to concoct some creepy cocktails, two perfected the perfect potions sure to tingle your spine. […]

Seven female cast members, including Pekarek, pose and sing on a stage made of distressed wood in front of a blue backlight

An Open Letter to the Community

The great Irish playwright Oscar Wilde once said: “I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” In other words, theatre builds community and compassion. Theatre uplifts and illuminates. […]

Ed Call…An Appreciation

A Tribute to DCPA Theatre Company Founding Artistic Director, Edward Payson Call by Gully Stanford, DCPA Theatre Company Managing Director (1981-84) Word of his death came as like a thunderbolt out of the blue: despite the passage of decades since he left the Denver Center, he remains a towering figure in the Denver Renaissance, transforming […]

A People as Resilient as the Amache Rose

One hundred and twenty five miles east of Pueblo, Colorado is the small town of Granada. Situated along Highway 50 a mere 15 miles from the Kansas border, this dwindling town of 445 is fairly unremarkable save for the dubious part it played in World War II as the site of the Granada War Relocation […]

DCPA Names Angela Lakin as Vice President of Marketing & Sales

Today the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) named Angela Lakin as its Vice President of Marketing & Sales. Angela will oversee an 82-person team that manages all marketing, sales and patron services for the $70 million nonprofit organization, which engages 703,000 individuals including 100,000 students through its six pillars — Broadway, Theatre Company, […]