Just $165
Per Package for Four Great Shows (a $299 Value)

Welcome to The Denver Post Passport to the Arts!

This one-of-a-kind performing arts sampler series offers patrons a diverse combination of Denver’s best music, dance, theatre and opera performances. By partnering with Denver Center Attractions, Denver Center Theatre Company,  Opera Colorado, and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, we are able to offer high-value, unique, multidisciplinary packages highlighting the best Denver has to offer for three separate seasons: Spring, Fall and Holiday.

Miss Saigon

Tuesday, September 10, 2019, 7:30pm

Buell Theatre

Experience the acclaimed new production of the legendary musical Miss Saigon, from the creators of Les Misérables. This is the epic story of a young Vietnamese woman named Kim. In a bar run by a notorious character called The Engineer, Kim meets an American G.I. just before the fall of Saigon. That encounter will change their lives forever. Featuring stunning spectacle, a sensational cast of 42, and a soaring score including Broadway hits like “Last Night of the World,” “The Movie in My Mind,” and “American Dream,” this is a theatrical event you will never forget.

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4

Friday, October 4, 2019, 7:30pm

Boettcher Concert Hall

Your Colorado Symphony presents one of the great works of Romanticism with Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony, a meticulously structured meditation on fate in four movements. The whole weekend title features works of Tchaikovsky, Copland, and Libby Larsen!

Rossini’s The Barber of Seville

Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 7:30pm

The Ellie Caulkins Opera House

FIGARO, FIGARO, FI-GA-RO! Packed with punchlines and some of the most memorable tunes in all of opera, this rapid-fire prequel to The Marriage of Figaro features the mischievous barber Figaro at his most cunning, in a whimsical Art Deco production.

Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 6:30pm

Space Theatre

Hilarious hijinks. Unrequited love. Gender-bending disguises. The clumsiness of romance is on display in every way in this Shakespearean comedy, which thrusts three unsuspecting nobles into a love triangle of mistaken identity and wanton foolishness.