The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is delighted to announce that Saturday Night Alive will return to the social calendar on June 12, 2021. The 40-year-old fundraiser has been entirely reconceived in order to adapt to restrictions on public gatherings due to continuing health and safety concerns.
‘I am the perfect example of an arts education,’ the daughter of two music teachers tells Denver Center crowd
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Former DCPA Chairman and CEO Daniel L. Ritchie to receive inaugural Spotlight Award at 39th annual event on March 2
More than 800 see performance of ‘Hamilton’ while supporting programs that serve 106,000 students every year.
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Guests of the Denver Center’s next signature fundraiser for arts education will see the hottest Broadway show in years
The annual gala netted a record $1 million for theatre education programs that serve more than 105,000 students each year.
The annual gala, returning on March 4, raises nearly $1 million for the Denver Center’s arts education programs.
The Broadway stars co-headlined the Denver Center’s annual benefit concert, helping to raise about $877,000 for arts education programs.