The Denver Center for the Performing Arts has partnered with the Denver Public Library to offer a ticket voucher program for select Theatre Company shows. This generous partnership allows DPL cardholders to request a voucher to redeem for tickets to the show.
Every season, the Denver Center For Performing Arts Theatre Company features engaging stories, immersive settings, and great acting like nothing else. Theatre Company shows are as diverse as our community, featuring everything from world premiere plays, well-loved classics, fun interactive theatre experiences and favorites from every genre.
Check for the voucher release dates below to place a hold just like you would for any library material.
- Holds will be filled while supplies last.
- Customers will receive two vouchers, redeemable for two tickets.
- Once you pick up the voucher, you must call the box office at 303-893-4100 to redeem the tickets for the night of your choice, subject to availability.
- Holds will be available for pickup at the Borrower Services desk at your library holds pickup location.
DCPA Theatre Company vouchers will be available for the following shows:
Zoey’s Perfect Wedding
The blushing bride. The touching toast. The celebration of true love. These are the dreams of Zoey’s big day…and the opposite of what it’s turning out to be. Disaster after disaster follow her down the aisle, from brutally honest boozy speeches to a totally incompetent wedding planner. Even worse, her friends are too preoccupied with their own relationship woes to help with the wreckage around them. Like a car crash you can’t look away from, watch in awe as this wildly funny fiasco destroys her expectations with the realities of commitment, fidelity and growing up.
Show dates: Jan 19 - Feb 25, 2018
VOUCHERS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
When the realities of her world weigh her down, Lucha uses music to add magic into the lives of her family and friends. Her hopes of performing seem like a fantasy until she assembles a spunky group of female mariachi musicians who are ready to make her dreams come true. As they practice, perform and break with tradition, their music sparks a transformation in the lives of those around them – especially Lucha’s parents. This humorous, heartwarming story about music’s power to heal and connect includes gorgeous live mariachi music played on stage. Share this show with the ones you love and let its vibrant music transform your lives, too.
Show dates: Jan 26 - Feb 25
VOUCHERS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
The Great Leap
When an American college basketball team travels to Beijing for an exhibition game in 1989, the drama on the court goes deeper than the strain between their countries. For two men with a past and one teen with a future, it’s a chance to stake their moment in history and claim personal victories off the scoreboard. American coach Saul grapples with his relevance to the sport, Chinese coach Wen Chang must decide his role in his rapidly-changing country and Chinese American player Manford seeks a lost connection. Tensions rise right up to the final buzzer as history collides with the action in the stadium. Yee’s unexpected and touching story is inspired by events in her own father’s life.
Show dates: Feb 2 - March 11
Dealing with neighbors can be thorny, especially for Pablo and Tania, a young Latino couple who have just moved into a well-established DC neighborhood. Though Frank and Virginia have the best intentions for making the new couple feel welcome next door, their newly budding friendship is tested when they realize their shared property line isn’t where it’s supposed to be. Frank is afraid of losing his prized garden, Pablo wants what is legally his, Tania has a pregnancy and a thesis she’d rather be worrying about, and Virginia just wants some peace. But until they address the real roots of their problems, it’s all-out war in this hilarious and heartfelt play about the lines that divide us and those that connect us.
Show dates: April 6 - May 6
The Who’s Tommy
Based on The Who’s iconic 1969 rock concept album, Tommy is an exhilarating musical about the challenges of self-discovery and the resilience of the human spirit. When young Tommy retreats into a world of darkness and silence after a deeply traumatic incident, he must navigate a harsh and unforgiving world with no hope of recovery. But when he discovers a newfound talent for pinball, he’s swept up in the fame and fortune of his success. Tommy and his family give new voice to The Who’s classic stadium rock as they navigate the troubles and joys of being alive.
Show dates: April 20 - May 27
Madelyn and Keenan are NPR-listening, latte-sipping, blue-state liberals, while Heather and Jim are NRA-cardholding, truck-driving, red-state conservatives. After an unfortunate mix-up by their blundering fertility doctor, Heather becomes pregnant with the wrong family’s embryo. Now the two couples face sharing an uproarious nine-month odyssey of culture shock, clashing values, changing attitudes and unlikely – but heartfelt – friendships.
Show dates: May 18 - June 24
This is amazing!! Thank you very much for this partnership with DPCA. Is there a way to get an email notification when the voucher release date opens for the next shows?
How is it possible to place a Hold if HOLDS LIMIT FULL?
Hi John. It looks like DCPA gave the library a limited number of tickets: "Holds will be filled while supplies last." My guess is, once all the tickets are spoken for via the holds process, we can't place any more holds.
Does anyone at the library know how people might find out when tickets for the next set of shows will become available? I'm happy to bookmark this page, but I don't think that's the most efficient method.
That's correct, we had a limited number of vouchers from the DCPA, and stopped taking holds once our supply ran out.
We are still working on a set schedule for when the vouchers will be released based on how quickly these vouchers went. This post will be updated as soon as we know!
Wow! What a cool benefit!
This is great! Thanks!