Enter to Win Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company Tickets!

DCPA Theatre Company Shows

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts partners with the Denver Public Library to provide a ticket voucher program for select Theatre Company shows.

  • Vouchers are awarded through a random lottery. Each lottery runs for one week and opens at 3 p.m.  Check lottery dates for each play below.  A permanent DPL library card in good standing is required
  • Winners are notified by a holds pickup notification within a few days of the lottery. You will receive two vouchers, redeemable for two tickets.
  • Vouchers are held for 7 days at the Borrower Services desk at your chosen holds pickup location
  • Call the box office at 303-893-4100 to redeem the vouchers for the night of your choice, subject to availability
  • Vouchers are removed from your account within a week of checkout

DPL promo codes are no longer valid on ticket purchases. 

Upcoming Shows

Indecent

August 30 – October 6, 2019, Ages 16+
Lottery Closed

Pulitzer-winning playwright Paula Vogel tells the emotional true story of Sholem Asch’s groundbreaking play, The God of Vengeance, and the passionate artists who risked everything to share it. Many European productions of the provocative Yiddish story were highly successful in the early 1900s – even with a same-sex romance at its center. But when its Broadway debut was deemed “indecent,” it begged the question of who gets to decide what is considered art and what deserves to be censored. Follow the explosive tale through scandals, war and rewrites as a defiant, dedicated few refused to let it be silenced.

Celebrate the Tony Award-nominated play “that deeply touches so much rich emotion about history and the theater, anti-Semitism, homophobia, censorship, world wars, red-baiting and, oh, yes, joyful human passion” (Newsday). Evoking the Jewish experience through traditional songs and dancing, this stirring production will leave you with a deeper appreciation for the art and experiences we often take for granted.

Want to know more? See DPL recommended books, movies, and music in the Indecent Study Guide

A Doll's House
A Doll's House Part 2

Each part of A Doll's House may be enjoyed on it's own. In order to provide the opportunity for many DPL customers to attend, you will be asked to select Part 1 or Part 2 during the lottery. 

September 6 – November 24, 2019 
Lottery Closed

Henrik Ibsen’s renowned classic shattered the traditions of his time as his protagonist, Nora, walked out on her stark marital obligations. Decades later, Lucas Hnath brought her home to revisit her actions through a contemporary lens.

About A Doll’s House

Nora’s life is a picture-perfect portrait, complete with a doting husband, gleeful children and the small pleasures of her 1870s Norwegian home. But underneath her wide-eyed demeanor lies a deceit that she fears will tear her family apart. As the consequences stack up to reveal deeper flaws in her relationship, she slams the door on her marriage to assert her independence in this heart-wrenching and gripping production.

About A Doll’s House, Part 2

Fifteen years later, Nora’s unexpected return cuts through the subtext to confront her decisions head-on in this Tony-nominated, contemporary sequel. Asking for favors instead of forgiveness, the proudly independent woman demands help from the family she left behind. But as she hilariously roasts the society she has shunned, her husband and children get their long-awaited chance to stand their ground. 

Twelfth Night

November 15 – December 22, 2019, Ages 16+
Lottery Opens November 8 at 3:00 pm

Hilarious hijinks. Unrequited love. Gender-bending disguises. The struggle is real in this Shakespearean comedy, where the clumsiness of romance is on display in every way. Separated from her twin brother after a shipwreck in Illyria, Viola disguises herself as a man to work in the local household of Duke Orsino. The closer they become, the more Viola gets acquainted with Orsino’s crush, the beautiful noblewoman Olivia. Much to their dismay (and to your delight), the trio is inevitably thrust into a love triangle of mistaken identity and wanton foolishness.

Overflowing with quick wit and titillating trysts, this standout play by The Bard is sure to please with its captivating characters and one of his most dynamic heroines.

Written by stacey on August 23, 2019