Performances

The box office is located in Room A121 across from the Kay Schomp Theatre and is open for over-the-counter or phone ticket sales Weds-Fri from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. On line tickets can be purchased 24/7 but sales will cease three hours before each performance. Additionally, unless the performance is sold out, available tickets can be purchased over-the-counter at the box office in the two hours before each performance. For questions or assistance, the Box Office phone number is 720-424-1713.

Upcoming Performances:

VISUAL ARTS THIRD QUARTER ART SHOW

THURSDAY, MARCH 5 – 6:00 PM

DSA Halls and Art Gallery

FREE EVENT – no tickets required

The Visual Arts Department will present its 3rd Quarter Show on March 5, 2015 in the school’s main hallways and new office Gallery space. The reception with student artists will be held from 7 – 8 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Featured works will include jewelry, drawings and portfolio work of advanced student.

THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE

Written by David Garrick and George Colman
Directed by Brandon Becker

Poster design by Maddie Rohner

THURSDAY, March 5 – 7:00 pm
FRIDAY, March 6 – 7:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 7 – 2:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 7 – 7:00 pm

DSA Black Box Theatre

ADULTS – $14.00
STUDENTS and SENIORS – $10.00

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Two sisters: one is getting married, one is already married – but no one knows about her “clandestine marriage”. One problem: a whole bunch of guys want to marry the sister who is already secretly married – including the fiance of the one who is about to get married. So…..how do you keep a marriage secret when everyone wants to marry the bride? The result is a roller coaster of deception, intrigue, and secrets as a weekend of marriage planning turns in a chaotic romp of hilarious proportions.

Events in the Black Box frequently sell out. Buy early to avoid disappointment.

JAZZ WORKSHOP ORCHESTRA at NOCTURNE

SATURDAY, March 7 at 2:00 pm

NOCTURNE JAZZ AND SUPPER CLUB AT 1330 27th St (on 27th between Larimer and Walnut in Lodo)

TICKETS: $10.00 (available at the door)

For the third year in a row, DSA’s Jazz Workshop Orchestra has been invited to perform in the prestigious Swing Central Jazz Festival in Savannah, Georgia. JWO and only eleven other high school groups from around the country will be performing and learning from the best jazz musicians living from March 24 to 28. This concert at Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club will earn funds to help us pay our way to Savannah. Performing with our students is world class flutist Tupac Amarulloa. Come enjoy the fine food and the fine music at Nocturne.

STUDENTS CHOICE CONCERT

WEDNESDAY, March 11 – 7:00 pm
THURSDAY, March 12 – 7:00 pm

DSA Schomp Theatre

ADULTS – $20.00 for Orchestra; $16.00 for Mezzanine and Balcony
STUDENTS and SENIORS – $14.00 for Orchestra; $12.00 for Mezzanine and Balcony

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The audience-favorite Pops Show from yesteryear has morphed into the Students Choice Concert, a collaboration among the Vocal majors who will choose their favorites to sing, the Guitar majors providing musical accompaniment, and the Stagecraft students building the sets and props. The singers will lend their voices to the best of contemporary and classic pop music. Everything from Fleetwood Mac to Maroon 5 – from Norah Jones to Sara Evans – from NSYNC to Daft Punk. Solos – duets – trios – quartets and large group numbers make this an exciting evening. Not to be missed – get your tickets early.

ORCHESTRA CONCERT

Conducted by Dr. Enrique Lazansky
FRIDAY, March 13 – 7:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 14 – 3:00 pm

DSA Concert Hall

ADULTS – $14.00
STUDENTS and SENIORS – $10.00

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The DSA Advanced Orchestra members will be performing a program of the classics including Vivaldi, Bach and Mozart as well as contemporary favorites. A slide presentation created by the DSA Visual Arts students will accompany some of the musical selections. DSA Violin, cello and French Horn musicians will be featured soloists in various musical numbers.

Events in the Concert Hall frequently sell out. Reserve your seat early to avoid disappointment.

JAZZ IN THE JUNGLE

THURSDAY, March 19 – 6:00 pm

MERCURY CAFE (2199 California)

TICKETS: $10.00 (available at the door)

Support our Jazz in the Jungle (Room) event at the popular Mercury Cafe known for their support of music and dance events as well as for their excellent menu of locally sourced food. Come enjoy a great meal and a beautiful concert featuring the DSA Vocal Jazz Ensemble and the Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts (CCJA) Combo. Limited seating.

MAN OF THE MODE

Written by George Etherege
Directed by Justin Walvoord

THURSDAY, March 19 – 7:00 pm
FRIDAY, March 20 – 7:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 21 – 2:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 21 – 7:00 pm

DSA Black Box Theatre

ADULTS – $14.00
STUDENTS and SENIORS – $10.00

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Love, jealousy and frivolous deception ensue as Dorimant gains womanizing status. He becomes immersed in the game of love with one he cannot have. Watch the foppery unfold as love is thrust about the stage. Who will find love? Who will lose it? And, who will live happily ever after?…

Events in the Black Box frequently sell out. Buy early to avoid disappointment.

JAZZ GUITAR CONCERT

TUESDAY, March 24 – 7:00 pm
DSA Concert Hall

ADULTS – $14.00
STUDENTS and SENIORS – $10.00

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All Guitar majors will participate in an evening of Jazz. The best of contemporary Jazz Guitar!!

LIFE IS LIKE . . .

Created by DSA majors in Theatre, Stagecraft, Visual Arts, Video Cinema Arts and Music
Coordinated by Tracy Holt

WEDNESDAY, March 25 – 4:00 pm
WEDNESDAY, March 25 – 7:00 pm

DSA Schomp Theatre

TICKETS: $3.00 for all seats at 4:00 pm performance
$5.00 for all seats at 7:00 pm performance
General Admission – no on-line sales – tickets available at box office or reserved over the phone at 720-424-1713

Learn what life is like by attending DSA’s CELEBRATION OF CULTURE which brings us an original program created and performed by DSA high school students to illustrate the beauty of diversity. This celebration of the African American experience will honor music including gospel, jazz, contemporary, and rap; dance performances featuring a step dance team; an original play written and performed by students; and visual treats that will please and surprise. Food will be available for purchase. A one-time experience not to be missed.