Get your tickets now for the Denver Center Theatre Company's 2012-2013 season
Denver Center Theatre Company
People get lazy in the summertime, but it's time to wake up: The fall theater season is only weeks away, and Denver Center Theatre Company tickets are now on sale. The focus may be on The Book of Mormon, which opens today in the Denver Performing Arts Complex, but when Mormon leaves, the DCTC season will just be getting under way.
What could you see? Standouts include world premiere productions of Sense & Sensibility: The Musical, Ed, Downloaded and Grace, Or The Art Of Climbing, all originally workshopped plays at the DCTC's New Play Summit. The Three Musketeers promises to be a crowd-pleaser, as does Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet; the Pulitzer-nominated Broadway drama Other Desert Cities brings some punch to the lineup next spring.
See the complete DCTC schedule below; visit the Denver Center online or call 303-893-4100 to reserve tickets.
By August Wilson
Sept 14-Oct 14 | Space Theatre
A star baseball player, his career blunted by racism, supports his
family as a sanitation worker. In a changing world, he builds a fence
to protect what's his, hold off what threatens, but things happen when
a strong man's dreams are thwarted.
The Three Musketeers
By Alexandre Dumas
Adapted for the stage by Linda Alper, Douglas Langworthy & Penny Metropulos
Sept 21-Oct 21 | Stage Theatre
Young D'Artagnan comes to Paris to join the Musketeers. Befriended by
three legendary swordsmen, he's put to the test, finds love, faces
temptation and thwarts evil. This swashbuckling adaptation of Dumas'
novel weighs the cost of a hero's journey.
Producing Partner: Isabelle Clark
Lois Lowry's The Giver
Dramatized by Eric Coble
Sept 28-Nov 18 | Ricketson Theatre
When young Jonas is chosen by the Elders to be Receiver of Memories,
he begins to discover the disturbing truth about his utopian world.
Lois Lowry's powerful Newbery Medal-winning novel makes for a
fantastic theatrical event.
When We Are Married
by J.B. Priestley
Nov 16-Dec 16 | Stage Theatre
On their 25th wedding anniversary, three couples in a small English
town discover they're not legally married after all. Watch these six
spouses struggle to figure out how to protect their reputations and
deal their newly unmarried status.
Producing Partners: Diana & Mike Kinsey. Sponsored by the Gay &
Lesbian Fund for Colorado.
Irving Berlin's White Christmas
Based upon the Paramount Pictures Film
Written for the screen by Norman Krasna, Norman Panama and Melvin Frank
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Book by David Ives and Paul Blake
Nov 23-Dec 24 | Buell Theatre
Two WWII vets are determined to rescue their commanding officer's
country inn imperiled by lack of snow. This stage adaptation of the
Bing Crosby/Danny Kaye movie musical delivers gorgeous songs,
nostalgia--and a plan to save Christmas.
by Michael Mitnick
Jan 11-Feb 17 | Ricketson Theatre
Both live action and feature film, this intriguing comedy tells the
story of Ed, who is dying. Given a chance at immortality, he has his
brain downloaded and is allowed ten memories to take into eternity.
But when his wife discovers what they are, she intervenes.
Producing Partners: John & Jeannie Fuller, Jim Steinberg
Grace, Or The Art Of Climbing
By Lauren Feldman
Jan 18-Feb 17, 2013 | Space Theatre
A captivating tale of a reluctant young athlete for whom rock climbing
is both metaphor and action. Emm struggles with doubt, depression and
her demons, as she trains mind, body and spirit for a world climbing
Romeo & Juliet
By William Shakespeare
Jan 25-Feb 24, 2013 | Stage Theatre
Romeo meets Juliet at a masked ball, love sparks, swept along by
flights of poetry and ecstatic romance. But the young lovers fall
victim to their feuding families. Exuberant and tragic, this timeless
love story still packs a huge emotional wallop.
Producing Partners: Katy Atkinson, Isabelle Clark, Diana & Mike
Kinsey, Dennis & Anita Lacey and Alison & Jim Shetter
A Weekend With Pablo Picasso
By Herbert Siguenza
March 22-April 28, 2013 | Ricketson Theatre
Drawing on the writings of iconic artist Pablo Picasso,
playwright/performer Herbert Siguenza of LA's Culture Clash creates a
spirited celebration of the prolific artist's life, featuring a
sparkling portrayal--and live, onstage painting.
Producing Partner: Isabelle Clark
Other Desert Cities
By Jon Robin Baitz
March 29-April 28, 2013 | Space Theatre
A daughter returns to Palm Springs for a Christmas gathering after
writing a tell-all book about a family secret. Parents and family
suddenly scramble with an issue they'd rather not discuss. Secrets and
lies unravel making each character more complex--and human.
Sense & Sensibility: The Musical
Based on the novel by Jane Austen
Book and Lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow
Music by Neal Hampton
Directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge
Presented by special arrangement with
Betty Ann Besch Solinger & Alice Chebba Walsh
April 5-May 26, 2013 | Stage Theatre
In this grand musical adaptation of Jane Austen's enthralling novel,
we are drawn into the tempestuous world of the Dashwood sisters.
Opposites in temperament, but equally determined to find love and
happiness in spite of their desperate financial circumstances, sisters
Elinor and Marianne struggle with betrayal, soaring emotions, dashed
hopes and their own conflicting notions of ideal love. But while one
follows her heart and the other her head, each triumphs romantically
by remaining true to who they are.
Sponsored by US Bank
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