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DCPAccess brightens the holidays with 75% off three upcoming hits — A Christmas Carol, The SantaLand Diaries and Hedwig and the
Thursday, December 01, 2016
DCPAccess Success: SCFD-funded program sees 83% growth
 
   The Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ DCPAccess discount ticket program continues in the 2016/17 season with reduced-price tickets to the upcoming shows:
• $10 tickets to A Christmas Carol available starting Nov 15 at 12pm
• $10 tickets to The SantaLand Diaries available starting Nov 15 at 12pm
• 75% off Hedwig and the Angry Inch available starting Nov 29 at 12pm
   
Eligible performances may be viewed online at denvercenter.org/DCPAccess.

Participation in DCPAccess grew by 83% last season with more than 5,800 discounted tickets made available for Theatre Company, Broadway and Cabaret shows. Additionally, more than 1,600 tickets have already been distributed in the current season to The Glass Menagerie and Frankenstein with additional tickets soon to be released.
   
As one of many efforts to broaden and diversify its audience, the growth in DCPAccess helped reach younger audiences and increase theatre capacity. Additional discounted programs designed to welcome the greater Denver community include Kids’ Night On Broadway, Student / Senior / Military Rush Tickets, Student Nights and RADvantage. This increased access is made possible by citizen support of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).
   
$10 tickets to A Christmas Carol and The SantaLand Diaries will go on sale Tuesday, November 15 at 12pm. Discounted tickets to Hedwig and the Angry Inch will go on sale Tuesday, November 29 at 12pm. Guests may purchase up to 4 tickets per production. Once the inventory is made available, the option to purchase tickets will appear for all eligible performances. Tickets may be purchased as follows:
• In Person: DCPA Box Office in the Bonfils Theatre Complex at Speer & Arapahoe
• Online: denvercenter.org/dcpaccess
• By Phone: 303.893.4100
   
DCPAccess is one of many free and reduced-price opportunities throughout the seven-county metro area that are made possible by the SCFD. More than 300 organizations benefit from the fund and, in turn, entertain nearly 14 million people each year. The SCFD is on the ballot this November for renewal and will extend through 2030 when passed.
   
For more information, visit denvercenter.org/DCPAccess. 

  
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