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 two hours before each performance. Additionally, unless the performance is SOLD OUT, any remaining tickets can be purchased over-the-counter at the box office in the hour before each performance. For questions or assistance, the Box Office phone number is 720-424-1713.

PLEASE NOTE: AT SOLD OUT SHOWS, ALL TICKETS/SEATS NOT CLAIMED BY CURTAIN TIME WILL BE RELEASED AND RESOLD TO PATRONS WHO HAVE SIGNED IN FOR A WAITING LIST. PLEASE ARRIVE PROMPTLY!!

Upcoming Performances:

PEACHY; Senior Dance Projects

THURSDAY, February 15 – 7:00 pm (Show One)
FRIDAY, February 16 – 7:00 pm (Show Two)

DSA Dance Studio

TICKETS: Adults: $17.00
Seniors: $12.00
Students: $11.00

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The DSA Dance Majors graduating class of of 2018 present their senior class choreographic projects entitled “Peachy.” Four nights of student choreographed group pieces and solos, showcasing the creative talents of the advanced dancers in the DSA Dance and Movement Department. Our students are showcasing original choreography and concepts created by the senior class. Join us for four nights of spectacular art. Support great dance at DSA!

The Holocaust Series: FINDING LIGHT IN DARKNESS; Embracing the Beauty of Bullsh**

THURSDAY, February 15 – 7:00 pm
FRIDAY, February 16- 7:00 pm
SATURDAY, February 17 – 7:00 pm

DSA Black Box Theatre

TICKETS: Adults: $17.00
Seniors: $12.00
Students: $11.00

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An original devised piece created to explore the themes and questions that have arisen from the Theatre Department’s investigation of the Holocaust. Be aware that the show contains some mild language and discussions of violence. This show investigates themes and questions related to the Holocaust and may not be appropriate for young children. Parental discretion is advised.

WHEN IT AIN’T JUST BLACK AND WHITE

FRIDAY, February 16 – Dinner and Festival at 6:00 pm
Performance at 7:00 pm

SATURDAY, February 17 – Dinner and Festival at 6:00
Performance at 7:00 pm

DSA Schomp Theatre

TICKETS: Adults: $17.00
Seniors: $13.00
Students: $10.00

DINNER: $10.00 FOR EACH

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WHEN IT AIN’T JUST BLACK AND WHITE is the annual production which honors Black History Month. This piece, written and directed by Senior Theatre student Sequoiah Hippolyte, explores the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. into a contemporary setting. The production follows a young biracial girl’s journey into the traditions and culture of both sides of her family.

Come early to join us for dinner and the joyful musical performances by the students. To purchase dinner tickets, choose your show tickets first and as you arrive at the check out screen, you’ll see an ADD ON button for the dinner. Add the number of dinners you need and it will all add up together as you check out. You don’t want to miss this Southern Fried Dinner featuring everything from Chicken to Greens!!

CW OPEN MIC AND IMPROV NIGHT

FRIDAY, February 23 – 6:00 pm

DSA Commons

DINNER TICKETS: ONLY AT THE DOOR
$6.00 for Deli Bar
$3.00 for Ice Cream Bar -or-
Both Deli fixings AND Ice Cream sundaes for $9
Entertainment – donations only!!

At 6:00 pm: It’s the return of the popular Deli Bar AND Ice Cream Bar! Create your own delicious sandwich with all of the fixins, and those yummy deli salads/items you love! THEN top it off with the ice cream sundae of your dreams! Best deal: The $9.00 ticket for both!!

At 6:30: DSA’s Annual celebration of the written word and hilarity:
o The Middle School Creative Writing Students will share their poems, stories, songs, and everything in between!
o The Middle School Improv Team GIGGLE performs
o The High School Improv Team SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION performs

AND NEW THIS YEAR! We will end the evening with the 1st Annual DSA Spontaneous Spelling Bee. Audience members will be drawn at random to participate in a spelling bee using words that the audience has put into a secret bin before the show! Will the words be hard or easy? Who knows?!?! All we know is that the winner(s) will receive a prize at the end of the competition and the event will be hilarious!

ORCHESTRA PREVIEW CONCERT

FRIDAY, February 23 – 7:00 pm
SATURDAY, February 24 – 3:00 pm

DSA Concert Hall

TICKETS: Adults: $17.00
Seniors: $12.00
Students: $11.00

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The DSA Orchestra has been invited to perform at the National Orchestra Festival in Atlanta, Georgia in March. This concert is a preview performance of what they will be performing at this prestigious event. The mixed program of classics and contemporary will feature scores by V. Williams, Peck, Dvorak, Newbold, and Brahms.

VISUAL ARTS THIRD QUARTER SHOW

THURSDAY, March 1 – 6:00 pm

DSA Commons

The Visual Arts Department 3rd Quarter Show will open with an artists’ reception on Thursday night, March 1st in the main halls of DSA from 6 – 8 p.m.. The exhibit will feature hand made artist books and wood angels created by students in grades 6 – 7, observational drawings and color studies from Intermediate level students, and Breadth and Concentration portfolio work by Juniors and Seniors.

The art will be on exhibit for several weeks. Check out the work of our amazing Visual Art Majors the next time you are in the building.

VOCAL MUSIC POPS SHOW

THURSDAY, March 1 – 7:00 pm
FRIDAY, March 2 – 7:00 pm

DSA Schomp Theatre

TICKETS: Adults: $23.00 Main Floor – $19.00 Balcony
Seniors: $17.00 Main Floor – $15.00 Balcony
Students: $17.00 Main Floor – $15.00 Balcony

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The awaited Vocal Pops Show time has arrived. This is the opportunity for the Vocal Majors to exhibit their ability to sing modern pop, jazz, and contemporary music. A very popular program with parents and participants you won’t want to miss.

THE SERPENT
Adapted from Jean-Claude van Itallie
Directed by Tim Grant

THURSDAY, March 8 – 7:00 pm
FRIDAY, March 9- 7:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 10 – 2:00 pm
SATURDAY, March 10 – 7:00 pm

DSA Black Box Theatre

TICKETS: Adults: $17.00
Seniors: $12.00
Students: $11.00

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THE SERPENT is a merging of stories from the Book of Genesis with the modern day – from Adam and Eve to Chuck and Diane. Looking from the Garden of Eden to the roots of the internet culture, it connects primitive temptations to the temptations of today. Following the history of story-telling from the campfire to modern technology, THE SERPENT explores our myths and legends.