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The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is an exhilarating mix of Broadway shows, professional theatre, backstage tours, acting instruction and breathtaking facilities. The Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theatre Company offers classics, revivals...more
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1101 13th St, Theatres are located at 14th & Curtis streets, Denver, CO 80204-5319
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Recently attended Dear Evan Hansen at the Buell Theatre. Travelled from Utah. The theatre was beautiful. The seats were comfy. All staff was kind and friendly. To be honest I don’t think there would be a bad seat in the house. I had orchestra seats...More
The Denver Center for Performing Arts is an amazing place. Went to see the Rogers and Hammerstein review and there wasn’t a bad seat anywhere. The acoustics always amazes me. What a most pleasant evening. Can’t wait to return to see more performances.
We've attended two events at the Ellie Caulkins theater at the DCPA in the past two weeks. While this theater is lovely, architecturally, the acoustics are horrible. The first event, Kathleen Battle, was very difficult to understand or hear half the time. There was no...More
The venue is outstanding. It is accessible, even for someone with physical limitations. Acoustics in the theater are wonderful. Seating is roomy and comfortable. The venue is located in the downtown area and easily accessible to many coffee shops, restaurants and bars.
Saw "Beautiful" at the Ellie Calkins - I hadn't been there in years, since it was the Auditorium theater. Great renovation, great acoustics. But the balcony is WAY UP THERE! Look over at your own risk!
Denver's Center for the Performing Arts is a must for Denverites and visitors. With multiple theatres, close proximity to I-25 (turning onto Speer), the Pepsi Center, LoDo, shopping, hotels and much more, plan to stop by the performing arts complex and immerse yourself in musical...More
Of course, the show itself was fantastic, but this is a review of the venue, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, which has ample parking and plenty of help for the crowds. With security concerns requiring searches of large handbags, I thought DCPA employees...More
The venue is nice with lots of parking right next door. However, there were not enough bathrooms. So at intermission, lines were super long and that takes up your whole intermission. The quality of the shows are great. Seats are comfortable but if you sit...More
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We're delighted that you're interested in attending The Book of Mormon when you are visiting Denver. The levels do indeed "stack" with the balcony being the highest level; however, they are in a bit of a raked fashion so... More
We're delighted that you're interested in attending The Book of Mormon when you are visiting Denver. The levels do indeed "stack" with the balcony being the highest level; however, they are in a bit of a raked fashion so that you don't necessarily feel as though there is a ceiling above you. Unfortunately I can't include a website link in this response as Trip Advisor does not allow it, but if you search for "Ellie Caulkins Opera House images," you will see a number of interior shots that give you a better understanding of the venue. If you have any questions or would like to speak to a ticket agent, please call 800-641-1222. Have a great day!