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Lin-Manuel Miranda, composer and star of the big-buzz, Broadway-bound hip-hop musical bio, "Hamilton," delivered a powerful keynote speech to the nation's top theatre presenters, producers and theatre owners attending a Broadway League conference May 12. Miranda spoke of two epiphanies that he says everyone who finds a life in the theatre has: transcendence and action. Here is an excerpt from his remarks, which include his thoughts about growing up with a Puerto Rican, immigrant father who was obsessed with "The Unsinkable Molly Brown."
NEW YORK - Lin-Manuel Miranda, composer and star of the big-buzz, Broadway-bound hip-hop musical bio Hamilton, had a message for attendees of the Broadway League conference last week: When life tells you it's time to go... it's time to go. Keynote speaker Lin-Manuel Miranda at the Broadway ...
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The Denver Post writes: "Shiller's hire is arguably the boldest expression of the top-tier institution's aims to increase and diversify audience, bolster public educational outreach, continue to aggressively support new play development and seek opportunities for out-of-the-box programming."
The Denver Center's new CEO Scott Shiller comes at a time of grand ambitions at the nation's largest not-for-profit theater
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To mark yesterday's closing of "One Night in Miami," we offer these final thoughts that cast, creatives and audience members either have sent us or have posted on social media. "You may have just changed the trajectory of the lives of these young men (who saw the play),” said Ty Jones of the Classical Theatre of Harlem. "This process has changed me not only as an artist, but more as a man,” actor Colby Lewis added.
'One Night in Miami' cast on opening night. Photo by John Moore. As Kemp Powers' One Night in Miami closes its remarkable run with today's matinee performance by the DCPA Theatre Company, we thought we would compile and share some of the thoughts of cast, creatives and audience members have sent ...
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We couldn’t be happier! "WICKED" flies back to Denver June 3-July 5. 
In one of the most successful and award-winning musicals of all time, Wicked is the story of how two girls — one born with emerald green skin — become friends in the land of Oz (long before that girl from Kansas arrives). Headers_wicked ...
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Tony Award-nominated Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford returned home this weekend for two special cabaret performances at the Garner Galleria Theatre. "Lost in the Stars" revisited the disco of Donna Summer and Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall. Ashford even emceed an Alanis Morissette singalong. It was all woven together by Ashford's heartfelt stories, many of which covered the Wheat Ridge High School alum's days growing up in Denver. The performances brought dozens of friends and influences from Ashford's past, including cast members from her first musical ("Ruthless," at age 10). There was a meet-and-greet after one show -- and we were there for pictures.
All of our photos are available for free downloading, in a variety of sizes, directly from our Flickr account.
Our photo gallery covering Annaleigh Ashford's return to Denver. All photos are available for free downloading, in a variety of sizes. Just click here. Tony Award-nominated Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford returned home Saturday for the first of two special cabaret performances at the Garner ...
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‪#‎StompAllOver‬ hunger! The producers, cast and crew of "Stomp" invite you to drop off non-perishable items in the DCPA's lobby for The Denver Rescue Mission throughout the show's run, March 10-15. "Stomp" is dedicated to heightening awareness about hunger -- and doing something about it. The production's "Stomp Out Hunger" campaign has helped people in many cities, including Philadelphia; Calgary, Canada; Detroit; Toronto; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Honolulu.
To learn more about the show, and our food drive, hit the link below. 
Stomp is explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique — an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages. The international percussion sensation has garnered armfuls of awards and rave reviews and has appeared on numerous national television shows. The eight-member troupe ...
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"Randy Weeks turned Denver into one of the most important theatre cities in America.” -- Al Nicciolino, president, NAC Entertainment
The Broadway League's 26th annual spring road conference opened on Tuesday in New York with a special dedication to late DCPA President Randy Weeks, who died last Oct. 9 at age 59. The conference has gathered nearly 1000 producers, presenters and staff from Broadway touring markets around the ...
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We have two VIP Evenings coming up! Join our celebration of "Motown the Musical" on April 17. Then, on April 23, come back for the DCPA's VIP Evening for "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" -- during which Ace Young, the show's star, will be our guest speaker. Each special night begins with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Then we'll enjoy a decadent dinner in the Seawell Grand Ballroom before settling into some of the best seats in the house for shows you won't forget.
Add to any theatre experience with our array of events, add-ons, discussions and more.
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Here they are: The Bobby G Awards, a year-long celebration of local high-school theatre administered through the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, has released the list of 30 participating schools for the third annual awards to be presented on Thursday, May 28, at the Buell Theatre.
The Bobby G Awards, a year-long celebration of Colorado high-school theatre administered through the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, has released the list of 30 participating schools for the third annual awards to be presented on Thursday, May 28, at the Buell Theatre.
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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.