Is it going too far to say my year wouldn’t feel complete without seeing “A Christmas Carol” at the Denver Center? I don’t think so. Our family looks forward to this production each year, and every year, I find new meaning in this classic tale. Poignant, thought-provoking and joyous, the Denver Center production balances the darkness of the story with a Scrooge who is frequently humorous even when faced with the profound teachings of the ghosts who visit him. The music, singing, dancing and radiant joy of the show fill the theater with a warm holiday spirit that can lift even the heaviest heart. Renewed, restored, and full of light, we leave the theater ready to bring even more kindness and generosity into the coming year. See this show and be sure to take the kids and grandparents too!
Note for Families: The ghost of Marley appears quite suddenly (most of the audience jumps in surprise) and is rather spooky, so some younger kids may feel frightened by this scene. We’ve found that some advance warning can go a long way, along with a little hand holding too.
Planning Your Visit:
Dates: NOV 21 – DEC 24, 2018
Location: Stage Theater, Denver Center (14th and Curtis)
Tickets: From $30
More Info and Tickets: https://www.denvercenter.org
Disclosure: The DCPA kindly offered us complimentary tickets to the show, but I can assure you, dear reader, that this review contains my honest thoughts about the show. I truly have been a fan for many years now and see the show whether the tickets are a gift or I have to pay for them. It’s a true gem.