Denver is a world-class city, when it comes to the arts and so much more. And, fortunately, the city makes the theater affordable for all. Among the Denver Center for Performing Arts’ discount programs, the most popular is its DCPAccess — with tickets just $10 each.
To review the 2018-19 Denver Center Theatre Company season, click here.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 25 at noon for “Corduroy.”
“Corduroy” at Conservatory Theatre – Eligible performances are as follows:
All of the performances are at noon.
Monday, October 15
Tuesday, October 16
Wednesday, October 24
Tuesday, October 30
Friday, November 2
Friday, November 9
From DCPA about the show: “Don’t miss one of the most beloved children’s books of all time spring to life on stage!Corduroy has been patiently waiting on a department store shelf to find a home, and Lisa thinks he’s just the teddy bear for her. But before she can convince her mom to let her take him home, he’ll have to go on a late-night hunt to find a missing button for his overalls. This heartwarming comedy’s themes of problem-solving, resiliency, responsibility, and acceptance set the stage for our Theatre for Young Audiences program, which focuses on performances tailored for PreK through 3rd grade audiences.”
For nearly 30 years, taxpayers have supported the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), which has enabled the DCPA to offer award-winning theatre and inspiring educational programs. Now called DCPAccess, the discount program doubles the reduced-price ticket program to provide access to more people and more shows — even the occasional Broadway production at up to 75% off.
How does DCPAccess work?
Tickets for Denver Center Theatre Company shows are just $10 each — with an additional $1.50 service fee per ticket. Limit four tickets per production. (All sales are final and no refunds are permitted.)
If a DCPAccess ticket is available for a show date, the option to purchase will show on its site or be offered by the ticketing staff (over the phone or in-person.)
You can also check show dates here on which $10 tickets are available. Eligible performances go on sale about one week prior to the start of a show’s run.
You can purchase the discounted tickets online, at the box office located at 1101 13th St. in Denver or by phone at 303-893-4100.
A special announcement will be made, when discounted tickets are available (up to 75% off) for one of the touring Broadway shows. If you want to be in-the-know first, sign up for DCPA’s e-mail alerts — click here.