Denver Center announces single-ticket sale date for some popular shows
Single tickets for the 2017-18 season of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts will be available to the general public starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 11, at denvercenter.org, the DCPA said Wednesday.
But that doesn’t include some of the most highly anticipated shows of the season.
The on-sale date, which follows a subscriber-only availability period, includes the DCPA’s Theatre Company, Cabaret, Off-Center and Education shows, as well as much of its popular Broadway series, which this year brings touring productions such as “School of Rock,” “Chicago,” “Rent 20th Anniversary,” “Les Misérables” and “The King and I” to the Buell Theatre.
However, marquee shows “Hamilton,” Disney’s “Aladdin,” “The Book of Mormon” and “Remote Denver” are not part of the Aug. 11 on-sale.
A separate date for each production will be announced later, the DCPA said in a press statement.
Additionally, while the multi-Tony-Award-nominated “Dear Evan Hansen” will launch its national tour in Denver as the first show of the 2018-19 Broadway season, tickets will not go on sale until later in 2018.
Full Broadway subscriptions are no longer available to the general public, according to the DCPA, but Theatre Company full season, Power Pass, All Stages, Family Package, Premium Subscriptions, Designer Series and Theatre Company Choose Your Own are still available.
For more information, visit denvercenter.org/ subs.
“Hamilton” priority access will not be available with any new subscriptions, the DCPA added.
The musical “School of Rock” is among the biggest productions coming to Denver in the 2017-18 season.