Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theater Company 2022/23 season tickets go on sale August 5

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) announces today that tickets for the 2022/23 DCPA Theater Company productions will go on sale Friday, August 5 at 10 a.m. MT.

“I am thrilled to begin a new season of the theater company with new plays by emerging playwrights, as well as stories that audiences know and love,” said Chris Coleman, artistic director of the DCPA Theater Company. “We look forward to welcoming audiences to our spaces and continuing to share the love of live performance together.”

Tickets for DCPA subscribers are on sale now. Tickets will go on sale to the public on August 5 at 10am MT and can be purchased as follows:

  • Online:
  • Phone: 303.893.4100. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • In person: Tuesday to Friday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Located in the lobby of the Bonfils Theater Complex near the intersection of Speer and Arapahoe.

Please note that the DCPA – – is the ONLY authorized ticket provider for these productions in Denver. As with all productions produced and/or presented by the DCPA, ticket buyers who purchase tickets from a ticket broker or any third party run the risk of overpaying or purchasing illegitimate tickets. Customers should be aware that the DCPA is unable to reprint or replace lost or stolen tickets and is unable to contact customers with information regarding time changes or other updates. performance-relevant days. Customers found in violation of the DCPA ticket buying and selling terms and policies may have all of their tickets canceled.

ABOUT THE SHOWS (in order of date)

September 9 – October 16, 2022

single theater

Tickets start at $35

The year is 1834, and 14-year-old Afong Moy is the first Chinese woman continental America has ever seen. For payment, viewers watch her eat shrimp and vegetables with chopsticks in an “exotic” habitat. They watch her walk. They look at his little bound feet. But she is honored to share her culture in a country full of opportunities. His translator, protector and only interlocutor is Atung, a Chinese who has lived in America for decades. Under the watchful eyes of Atung and the audience, Afong grew up and toured the United States as part of a traveling show.

Together, our two protagonists make poetic and concise observations of Western culture, imperialism and philosophy as they watch a young nation struggle to define itself. Visually stunning and undeniably clever, The Chinese Lady shines a light on parts of our history that aren’t so black and white.

September 30 – November 6, 2022

Kilstrom Theater

Tickets start at $35

A playful comedy layered with all the rich complexity that comes with Shakespeare’s work, Much Ado About Nothing is a lively and surprisingly timely meditation on gossip, gender roles and the follies of romance. Don Pedro, Claudio and Benedick arrive in the Sicilian port city of Messina after a decisive battlefield victory. As they join in the post-war celebrations at the governor’s estate, Claudio takes a liking to their host’s daughter, Hero. Meanwhile, Benedick engages in another kind of battle with Hero’s cousin, the quick-witted Beatrice. Cupid-like characters conspire to bring our love quartet together, while darker forces seek to tear them apart. Can love really conquer all when the combined powers of deceit, betrayal and envy stand in its way? Much Ado About Nothing is comical, but cautious. Elegant, yet down to earth. It’s playful and undeniably joyful. This is perhaps the most well-known (and beloved) Renaissance romantic comedy in the world.

Directed by Denver Center’s Chris Coleman (Oklahoma!, Twelfth Night), and featuring stage design by Klara Zieglarova (Jersey Boys, Rattlesnake Kate) and music by Tom Hagerman (Sweeney Todd, Twelfth Night), this refreshing take on a 400-year-old classic is not to be missed.

November 18 – December 24, 2022

wolf theater

Tickets start at $35

Essential to the Denver holiday season, A Christmas Carol is a cheerful and opulent musical adaptation for the whole family that traces Ebenezer Scrooge’s triumphant journey to redemption.

Based on the classic novel by Charles Dickens, the film “happily exhilarating!” from the DCPA Theater Company! (Westword) illuminates the meaning of the holiday season in a way that has resonated for generations.


January 27 – March 12, 2023

single theater

Tickets start at $35

Art Basel is about to begin and Mariana, the director of a chic modern art gallery, has a serious problem on her hands. His showroom is an active crime scene. Part crime comedy, part telenovela, and 100% chistoso, the play centers on Mariana and her impromptu support system, including her intern Carolina, a young cop named Juan, and her mother Estella, bigger-than-life film and television. nature. star who insists on saving the series.

Sleek and vibrant, this world-first piece offers a lighthearted look at the struggles many Latinos go through to enter cultural and artistic spaces that have historically excluded them. It examines the representation of Latinx in the media, the fears and uncertainties of adulthood, art as an industry, love and family. And through it all, you won’t stop laughing – or dancing – in your seat!


February 10 – March 12, 2023

Kilstrom Theater

Tickets start at $35
No matter where you live, the ups and downs of married life are universal. For a middle-aged American couple traveling to Egypt on a business-slash-vacation trip, their relationship is tested when an old connection leads to a new temptation. As eager tourists strive to connect with Egyptian culture authentically, they end up getting more than they bargained for as long-dormant marital issues begin to seep in. Drawing on the political, cultural and religious realities of life in the region, this quick-witted comedy-drama set in the heat of Cairo pits loyalty against attraction as its characters grapple with the struggle in constantly evolving to remain committed to their partners.

Yussef El Guindi, winner of the Middle East American Distinguished Playwright Award, specializes “in cultural and geographic displacement, from estranged couples to the promises and frustrations of immigration, and the ways in which people maneuver through strangeness and ‘belonging’ (Seattle Times).

March 31 – May 7, 2023

wolf theater

Tickets start at $35

Adored by audiences around the world, The Color Purple traces one woman’s difficult journey to freedom and self-love. It begins with 14-year-old Celie Harris, pregnant with her second child and the victim of untold cruelty at the hands of her male family members. As an adult, her babies are taken from her, she is married off to an abusive husband, and her sister runs away, leaving Celie alone with a broken spirit. Step by step – and with the help of two brave black women – our heroine rises, gains her independence and rebuilds her life from the ground up.

The musical adaptation of The Color Purple features inspiring soul, gospel, jazz and blues vocals, backed by raw dialogue and a masterful plot. It’s a triumphant and uplifting work of art that reaffirms some fundamental truths: that black is beautiful, women are powerful, and love is love.

April 14 – June 18, 2023

single theater

Tickets start at $35

Combine an Alfred Hitchcock cinematic masterpiece with a juicy spy novel and add a big splash of Monty Python humor. The result? A fast-paced thriller with four versatile actors playing more than 50 roles!

London, 1935. Rather boring, Richard Hannay meets a woman who claims to be a spy. When she is suddenly murdered, Richard finds himself at the center of a nationwide manhunt led by a mysterious organization called “The 39 Steps”. This film noir gem is a hilarious comedy full of dazzling, inventive direction and virtuoso performances that will have you rolling down the aisles to the death-defying climatic finale.

A fresh take on the classic adventure comedy, The 39 Steps is theater at its finest…an absurd and delicious journey that can only come to life on stage.