The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is an exhilarating mix of Broadway shows, professional theatre, backstage tours, acting instruction and breathtaking facilities. The Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theatre Company offers classics, revivals and world premieres while Den...
The performances are amazing but most are expensive.
I would highly recommend eating at The Market in Larimer Square, the homemade nature of the place sits well before going to a show.
Many good plays. Plenty of bars... Tip your bartender. Parking is not a mess. Buell Theater has tiny seats.
No one who works here knows where anything is. Also rude.
Great place to see a show.
Fellow US Bank customers: There's an ATM between the coffee shop and the Galleria theater for your no-fee convenience.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is a not-for-profit organization that produces 11 plays, presents 13 musicals, and educates 50,000 students.
Seeing Book of Mormon
Check out the graffiti and architecture -- way awesome stuff!
You can find a number of works by street artist David Choe (same guy who did the FB murals) at the 13th & Champa intersection.
Unless it's a sold out show, $10 tickets for students during curtain call hour. AMAZING deal. You can't beat that...
Offering acting classes from April6th-may 18th
Hosts many different events and venues. I worked at events here and attended a comedy show in December. It has beautiful modernized art and you can't miss it, just look for the dancing stick people!
Great place to catch a show, the architecture of the place is amazing along with the outdoor art work display. There are also plenty of coffee shops nearby.
People visiting Denver has to visit this place. They have great productions. In addition, this is the biggest performing center in the country after New York's.
Don't wait til intermission to use the ladies room...
Dancing stick ppl
Urban wine fest!
Aww!.DPAC the old kick it spot
Never park in the parking garage, it will take you longer to get out then it did to watch the performance.
Come see some terrific theatre! Got a couple of free tix for ya if you're lucky
It may be helpful to promote shows to students on the Auraria campus. The largest college population in the state is right across the street.
Just saw the Denver symphony here. outstanding.
Denver's PREMIER performing Arts Venue!
Culture vultures can choose from a blockbuster touring Broadway musical or a stirring performance by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Opera Colorado or Colorado Ballet.
Tonight tonight ! Westside story with the family
Go see The Nutcracker!! Best ballet ever!!!
Gershwin takes over as the Jet's leader, don't ever park on 8th level!
A Christmas Carol is fantastic this year!
Colorado Christmas at the symphony hall!
Denver collects more for the arts per capita than any other city. There is a 10th of a cent sales tax for the arts that raises up to $36 million/year.
The Broadway shows here are the absolute best and so worth the money, just do it
One of Denver's best not-so-well-kept secrets. The DCTC is one of he best troupes in the United States. Buy tickets for anything that is playing during your stay and you will NOT be disappointed!
Denver's gigantic Arts Complex covers four city blocks and houses six distinct performance venues. New York's Lincoln Center may be larger, but the 'Plex boasts an 80ft high glass roof!
There's a trap door underneath one of the stone tiles. Watch your step!
Make sure to preorder your drinks and they will have them waiting at intermission!
$10 off tix to 9to5 and/or billy elliot! Use promo code 'patron'. 303.893.4100
A Must See to Believe: Traces
You can pre-order drinks and coffee to avoid the rush at intermission.