Tag Archive for: Theatre Company

Announcing the 2022/23 season

DCPA Theatre Company Announces Production Lineup for 2022/23 Season

The new Theatre Company season kicks off performances on September 9 and will feature seven mainstage productions including the musical The Color Purple, William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, and a new production of the audience-favorite The 39 Steps.

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DCPA Theatre Company Names Award-Winning Playwright Reginald Edmund Literary Manager

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) Theatre Company is excited to announce dramaturg, producer, and playwright Reginald Edmund is joining the DCPA Artistic Team as the Literary Manager.

The Kantorei choir holds music books while singing onstage

10 Choruses Fostering Community Around Denver

A 2018 study by Chorus America found that over 54 million Americans participate in choral groups. While there is not a direct correlation between one’s involvement in a chorus leading to a happier life, it does show that such groups foster a strong sense of community. Here’s a list of several choirs with such communities […]

11 cast members of Quixote Nuevo

DCPA Theatre Company Announces the Full Cast and Creative Team for Quixote Nuevo

The DCPA Theatre Company is proud to announce the full casting and creative team for Quixote Nuevo in the Wolf Theatre running May 13 – June 12, 2022. “The world that playwright Octavio Solís has created in Quixote Nuevo takes the spirit of the classic Don Quixote, and creates a new journey based in La […]

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DCPA Theatre Company Announces the Full Cast and Creative Team for Choir Boy

The DCPA Theatre Company is proud to announce the full casting and creative team for Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Choir Boy in the Kilstrom Theatre running April 22 through May 29, 2022. “Tarell Alvin McCraney is one of the most talented writers in film and theatre. The work that he creates allows audiences to see themselves […]

Rattlesnake Kate. Sketch of Kate Slaughterback in her signature flapper dress and cowboy hat with rattlesnake motif background

The Three Phases of Rattlesnake Kate

Strong. Ambitious. Fearless. Badass.  Those are just some of the words used to describe the Colorado Western woman, Kate McHale Slaughterback—famously known as “Rattlesnake Kate.” When Composer Neyla Pekarek ventured to the Greeley Museum while in school at the University of Northern Colorado, she did not expect to be captured by the story of how […]

Exterior of the Bonfils in the Denver Center Performing Arts Complex

Making Theatre Affordable

Attention-grabbing headlines about outrageous ticket prices are hard to overcome, but at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, we attempt to make theatre affordable. Here’s how: Scholarships Whether it’s a Student Matinee or an education class, scholarships are available to students and schools to eliminate barriers to participation. In fact, in our 2018/19 season, […]