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  • National Geographic - Symphony for Our World

    Until Dec 2, 2018

  • Love Never Dies

    Oct 23 - 28, 2018

  • Xanadu

    Nov 3, 2018 - Apr 28, 2019

  • Breakin' Convention

    Nov 3, 2018

  • John Prine

    Nov 10, 2018

National Geographic - Symphony for Our World Poster

National Geographic - Symphony for Our World

Buell Theater

Until December 2, 2018

For over one hundred years, the National Geographic has been at the forefront of scientific education, astounding generations with ever more spectacles of nature, history, wildlife and more. Now they pour their expertise into this brand new concert and visual fusion, taking you on a breathtaking journey around some of the most incredible wonders of our world.

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Love Never Dies

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Buell Theater

October 23 - 28, 2018

A decade after he was forced to flee the Paris Opera House, the Phantom is still pining for Christine, and he will stop at nothing until she is his! Andrew Lloyd Webber's lavish sequel to The Phantom of the Opera is yet another slice of gorgeous, melodramatic romance, presented in a brand new touring production.

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Xanadu

Garner Galleria Theatre

November 3, 2018 - April 28, 2019

As part of the 2018/19 season, the high camp musical comedy romance comes to Denver. An enormously enjoyable romp based on the 1980 cult classic movie, grab your roller skates and jump aboard this tale that includes an infectious score, a plethora of Greek Gods and one very bemused Venice Beach artist!

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Breakin' Convention

Buell Theater

November 3, 2018

Pop, lock and slide your way down to Breakin' Convention, the worlds biggest festival dedicated to the kinetic magic of hip hop dance theatre. Back for its second year running, the annual gathering is curated and hosted by hip hop dance icon Jonzi D and showcases the worlds best dancers, from world champion b-boy crews to underground street dance companies on the cutting edge of the art form.

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John Prine

Buell Theater

November 10, 2018

If there was any justice in the world, John Prine would be a household name. Playing in the Chicago folk scene of the early 70s, Prine was plucked from obscurity by Kris Kristofferson, an endorsement which helped to land him his first recording contract. Bob Dylan is also one of his biggest fans, terming Prine's work "pure Proustian existentialism". He's a singer who trades in life's little details, imbuing everyday existence with a kind of romantic grandeur. Now in his 60s, Prine is still going strong. It may be a while since his last record but he always seems to be on the road. He tends to tour with a very sparse backing band, leaving his words front and centre, just as they should be.

Denver Center for the Performing Arts

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1050 13th St, Denver, CO 80204

  • Year opened: 1972
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Founded in 1972, The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is the Rocky Mountain region's largest theatre organization. From providing a spring board for new and emerging talent in theatre, to hosting the nations most in-demand Broadway tours, this Tony Award winning complex is dedicated to providing Colorado with the best arts programming over a number of world class venues, covering a diverse range of performing arts from including opera, dance, concerts and much more.

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