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Smart companies host memorable business events here at the Denver Center. Among them? Lighthouse Financial in Broomfield, which hosted a reception in our lovely Directors Room before treating about 100 clients to Saturday's matinee of "Shadowlands." The play and the firm's services, which include estate planning and charitable planning, were a great fit! 
And we were pleasantly surprised when Lighthouse's founder and managing partner, Lynn Hinds, even encouraged her clients to remember the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in their charitable giving!
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The Denver Center appreciates -- and educates -- hundreds of thousands of people every year with the generous support of our donors:
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It was a full house at the Tattered Cover Book Store's Colfax Avenue location earlier today for an hour-long discussion about the Denver Center Theatre Co.'s production of "Shadowlands." Pictured, from left, are moderator John Moore; director Christy Montour-Larson; and actors Kathleen McCall, who plays Joy Davidman, and Graeme Malcolm, who plays Christian author C.S. Lewis. 

Join us on May 6 when Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson and special guests explain all that went into into choosing the Denver Center Theatre Co.'s exciting -- and upcoming -- 2014-15 season. (Photo by Nick Brown)
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"One wants to escape any type of impersonation," Scottish actor Graeme Malcolm says of his portrayal of author C.S. Lewis in the Denver Center Theatre Co.'s production of "Shadowlands." "We need to engage the audience in the argument of the piece." 

"Shadowlands" runs in the Space Theatre through April 27. For more information about the play and easy access to tickets online: http://www.denvercenter.org/buy-tickets/shows/shadowlands/about-shadowlands.aspx
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Since 1983, Magic Moments has produced a fantastic, annual pop-music revue featuring amateur and professional actors with different physical and developmental abilities. The 2014 production, "Marry You," was held March 20-23 at the Anschutz Family Theatre at Kent Denver School in Englewood. Attending the performance were, from left, Denver Center for the Performing Arts founder Donald Seawell and benefactors Judi and Marvin Wolf. For information about this great event (so you can plan to be there next year), please visit www.magicmomentsinc.org.
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Trying to decide which performance of "Shadowlands" to watch? Consider the April 12 matinee, which will be followed by an extended discussion of "Theology & Psychoanalysis" with The Rev. Daniel Bollman; Richard Simons, M.D.; Denver Center Theatre Company Literary Manager Douglas Langworthy; and moderator Paula Bernstein, Ph.D. They'll lead a conversation about how C.S. Lewis' wife's cancer diagnosis shook the foundation of his strong faith.
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What would you do for a dear friend diagnosed with serious illness? 
Award-winning actor John Arp, currently appearing in the Denver Center Theatre Co.'s "Shadowlands," has undertaken the loving task of preparing healthy, regular meals for his friend, actor Chad Afanador, who is being treated for Hodgkin’s lymphoma. These are really good spreads, too, because John also happens to be a master chef. 
But food and meal supplies that best support Chad's recovery cost money -- and this is where the kind people who support the Denver Actors Fund take the stage ...
Note: At the Denver Actors Fund, anonymity of aid recipients is presumed and fully protected, unless and until the recipient chooses to have his or her story told. Financial aid recipient No. 5: Chad Afanador has amassed an impressive resume over his 11...
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It's National Volunteer Week -- and we're looking for volunteer ushers to serve throughout the Denver Center Theatre Co.'s 2014-15 season! If you're friendly, at least 16 years old and available 2-3 times per month starting this August and running through May 2015, contact us! If you land the gig, you can enjoy all of the company's world-class plays for FREE. You'll find application guidelines on our website at www.denvercenter.org/volunteer.
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This week, we're celebrating the one-year anniversary on Broadway of the musical, "Pippin." In September, the Denver Center will launch the production's national tour as part of our smashing 2014-15 season! And YOU'RE going to want to be a part of that -- and a part of one of the greatest theatre audiences in America. 
But don't take our word for it ...
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The Denver Center is a mix of Broadway shows, Tony Award-winning plays, backstage tours, theater classes and dazzling venues. We annually offer more than 25 productions to audiences throughout Colorado, the American West and beyond.

We are the official ticketing provider for the Denver Center Theatre Company and Denver Center Attractions.