Singer playing cello on stage.

Tickets for DCPA Winter Productions On Sale Nov. 12

Singer playing cello on stage.

Neyla Pekarek at the 2019 Colorado New Play Summit Rattlesnake Kate reading. Photo by Adams VisCom.

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) announces today that tickets for several DCPA Theatre Company, Broadway, and Cabaret productions including the Colorado New Play Summit will go on sale Friday, November 12.

8 performers on stage in a bar setting

The Company of The Choir of Man. Photo by Steve Schuff

Winter shows that will go on sale kick off with a DCPA Cabaret production running five months in the Garner Galleria Theatre,

The Other Josh Cohen. Also, on sale will be two DCPA Theatre Company world premieres: In the Upper Room and the highly anticipated world premiere musical with music by Neyla Pekarek, Rattlesnake Kate.


The Other Josh CohenGarner Galleria TheatreDec. 11, 2021 – May 1, 2022
Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Singleton TheatreJan. 7 – Mar. 6, 2022
The Choir of ManBuell TheatreJan. 14 – 16, 2022
Riverdance 25th Anniversary ShowBuell TheatreFeb. 2 – 6, 2022
Rattlesnake KateWolf TheatreFeb. 4 – Mar. 13, 2022
In the Upper RoomKilstrom TheatreFeb. 11 – Mar. 13, 2022
Colorado New Play SummitBonfils Theatre ComplexFeb. 26 – 27 & Mar. 4 – 6, 2022



Dec. 11, 2021 – May 1, 2022

Garner Galleria Theatre

Tickets start at $35

Enter the quirky world of Josh Cohen’s New York City apartment…as it is getting robbed. Thus begins the hilarious rock-and-roll romantic comedy about good guy Josh, caught in a lifelong battle with bad luck. Broke and alone, all hope seems lost – until a mysterious letter arrives that changes his life forever. Two actors play the hapless-yet-warmhearted title character – one eventful year apart – in a 90-minute life-changing laugh-fest for the whole family that will leave you feeling better about the world.


Jan. 7 – Mar. 6, 2022

Singleton Theatre

Tickets start at $30 | DCPAccess Onsale: Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021

There is no dysfunctional stage couple quite like George and Martha, and there is no better way to experience this powder keg drama than up close in the intimate Singleton Theatre.

The funny and darkly unsettling duo welcomes you into their living room, along with young couple Honey and Nick. But with every drink poured, George and Martha’s takedowns get more and more heated until the conversation descends into all-out marital warfare. How far can they go before this raucous night spills over?

Lean in (but not too close!) to the titillating shock and awe of Edward Albee’s 1963 Tony Award-winning masterpiece, whose characters were just as radical, hilarious and unforgettable then as they are today.


Jan. 14 – 16, 2022

Buell Theatre

Tickets start at $25

Known across the globe as “the ultimate feel-good show,” The Choir of Man offers over 90 minutes of non-stop adrenaline-packed powerhouse vocals, hair-raising harmonies, and foot-stomping choreography. The nine handsome blokes from across the pond hit all the right notes performing radio hits, classic rock, pub tunes, folk, Broadway, and more. It all takes place in that holy house that turns strangers into familiar faces: a real working pub, where the beer and rhythms flow freely! CHEERS!


Feb. 2 – 6, 2022

Buell Theatre

Tickets start at $25

Riverdance as you’ve never seen it before! A powerful and stirring reinvention of this beloved favorite celebrated the world over for its Grammy Award-winning score and the thrilling energy and passion of its Irish and international dance. Twenty-five years on, composer Bill Whelan has rerecorded his mesmerizing soundtrack while producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan have completely reimagined the ground-breaking show with innovative and spectacular lighting, projection, stage and costume designs. Immerse yourself in the extraordinary power and grace of its music and dance – beloved by fans of all ages. Fall in love with the magic of Riverdance all over again.


World Premiere Musical

Feb. 4 – Mar. 13, 2022

Wolf Theatre

Tickets start at $30 | DCPAccess Onsale: Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022
Around 100 years ago near Greeley, Colorado, frontierswoman Kate Slaughterback fought tooth, nail and rifle to save her son, killing 140 rattlesnakes in one quick-thinking and courageous battle.

After the infamous showdown, “Rattlesnake Kate” became a global sensation. But her battles were far from over: To find a love that would last. To be treated as an equal. To forge a future for herself and for other women like her.

Discover the inspirational true story that is larger than life and stranger than fiction in this vibrant new musical by Neyla Pekarek (former member of the Grammy-nominated folk-rock band The Lumineers) and playwright Karen Hartman.


World Premiere

Feb. 10 – Mar. 13, 2022

Kilstrom Theatre

Tickets start at $30 | DCPAccess Onsale: Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022
Meet the Berrys, a multi-generational Black family living under one roof in the 1970s. Their lives orbit around Rose, a strong-willed matriarch whose superstitions and secrets drive her relatives nuts. Fed up, the aunties, in-laws and granddaughters of the household make their own plans to break away so they can finally live in peace. But by standing their ground, they may lose what has held them together all along.

Loyalty, spirituality and colorism are all at play in this dramatic dark comedy, based on the real family history of playwright and novelist Beaufield Berry.


Launch Weekend: Feb. 25-26, 2022

Festival Weekend: Mar. 4-6, 2022

Tickets start at $10 per reading

Since 2005, the Colorado New Play Summit has given audiences “a window into the wider theater world and… introduced some of the country’s most fascinating up-and-coming talents” (Westword). Join us for our annual celebration of new work and visionary artists from across our cultural community.

Summit playwrights spend two weeks with directors, actors and dramaturgs to workshop and develop their new plays. Over the weekend, you get to hear their work-in-progress at readings, as well as watch Theatre Company world premieres.

Where We’ve Been by James Ijames | Reading
saturday by Kimber Lee | DCPA Theatre Company Commission | Reading

Cebollas by Leonard Madrid | Reading
Rubicon by Kirsten Potter | Reading