The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, 2013 Annual Report
The 2013 Annual Report is a year-end accounting of activities by Denver Center Attractions, Denver Center Theatre Company, Colorado New Play Summit, Off-Center @ The Jones, Denver Center Events and The Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Education Department.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts 2012 ~ 2013 A N N U A L R E P O R T A N N U A L R E P O R T 2012/13 INDEX Photo by Deen van Meer Les Misérables 3.........................................Chairman’s Letter 4............................Denver Center Attractions 6................ Denver Center Theatre Company 8........................ Colorado New Play Summit 9...........................The Women’s Voices Fund 10................................Education Department 12...................................................Off-Center 14.......Denver Center Events and Operations 14......................................................Facilities 16......................................Volunteer Services 18.........................................................Donors 30............Consolidated Financial Statements The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Carolyn Foster, Executive Assistant to Daniel L. Ritchie Kim Schouten, Executive Assistant to Daniel L. Ritchie HONORARY MEMBERS Jeannie Fuller Glenn R. Jones M. Ann Padilla Cleo Parker Robinson HELEN G. BONFILS FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES Lester L. Ward, President Martin Semple, Vice President Judi Wolf, Sec’y/Treasurer Donald R. Seawell, President Emeritus W. Leo Kiely III Daniel L. Ritchie William Dean Singleton Robert Slosky Jim Steinberg Dr. Reginald L. Washington SENIOR MANAGEMENT STAFF Randy Weeks, Executive Director, Denver Center Attractions Kent Thompson, Producing Artistic Director, Denver Center Theatre Company Dorothy Denny, Executive Vice President Vicky Miles, Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Nealson, Chief Marketing Officer Clay Courter, Director of Facilities Management COVER PHOTO: Jeremiah James and Mary Michael Patterson in the Denver Center Theatre Company production of Sense & Sensibility The Musical. Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen Romeo & Juliet Lenne Klingaman and Charles Pasternak . Photo by Jennifer M Koskinen 2 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Daniel L. Ritchie, Chairman and CEO Donald R. Seawell, Chairman Emeritus Randy Weeks, President William Dean Singleton, Secretary/Treasurer W. Leo Kiely III, First Vice Chair Robert Slosky, Second Vice Chair Dr. Patricia Baca Joy S. Burns Isabelle Clark Navin Dimond Margot Gilbert Frank Thomas W. Honig Mary Pat Link Robert C. Newman Richard M. Sapkin Martin Semple Jim Steinberg Peter Swinburn Ken Tuchman Lester L. Ward Dr. Reginald L. Washington Judi Wolf Sylvia Young _______________________ Photo courtesy of University of Denver It has been a good year for The Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The Denver Center Theatre Company’s world premiere of Sense & Sensibility The Musical was widely critically acclaimed and proved to be its highest grossing show ever. Our production of August Wilson’s classic Fences played to packed houses. The Theatre Company’s eighth annual Colorado New Play Summit reached new heights, attracting record numbers of professional guests and playwrights from across the country and producing readings that have led to four world premieres. It was also a strong year for our Denver Center Attractions’ Broadway tours. A highlight was the launching of the The Book of Mormon national tour that sold out in four and a half hours. The season also was distinguished by an increasing number and variety of shows. Our education outreach is expanding rapidly. Through our Denver Center Theatre Academy we have directly served more than 240 schools and have substantially increased classes and summer camps in our Robert and Judi Newman Center. Student matinee attendance in our theatres this year exceeded 15,000. As a not-for-profit organization, we receive only 70% of our revenues from ticket sales and fees. Our ability to deliver world-class theatre and theatre education really depends on the generosity of our community. This fiscal year community support from individuals, businesses and foundations (including about 7,500 unique donors) was $8 million. In addition, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) contributed $5.4 million. Thank you. Thank you. DANIEL L. RITCHIE Chairman and CEO 3 Madeline Trumble and Con O’Shea-Creal. Photo by Jeremy Daniel Daniel L. Ritchie, Chairman and CEO The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Photo by Brian Landis Folkins Mark Twain Tonight! Hal Holbrook Denver Center Theatre Academy Photo by Kyle Malone Mary Poppins Student Matinee Chairman’s Letter CHAIRMAN’S LETTER Memphis Andrew Veenstra, Christopher Mai, Derek Stratton and Rob Laqui. Photo © Brinkhoff/Mögenburg Felicia Boswell and Bryan Fenkart. Photo by Paul Kolnik THE COLOR PURPLE / First National Tour: Push Da Button featuring Rufus Bonds, Jr. (Mister) and Angela Robinson (Shug Avery) • Photo: Paul Kolnik Denver Center Attractions Photo © Joan Marcus 2012 The Book of Mormon 4 War Horse 2012/13 SEASON DENVER CENTER ATTRACTIONS Photo by Terry Shapiro The Denver Center Attractions (DCA) season reflected the broadening scope of presentations, a trend that will continue moving forward. Additions to the Broadway fare included health and nutrition expert Dr. Andrew Weil, Frankie Valli in a one-night concert, and eight performances of David Sedaris presenting RANDY WEEKS material from his next book, with audiences Executive Director assisting in the writing process. It was a strong year for touring Broadway. Denver was chosen to open the national tour of the hugely successful The Book of Mormon; the show sold out in four-and-a-half hours and the line for the “day-of” lottery snaked around 14th Street. The Broadway season continued with La Cage Aux Folles, Memphis, Jekyll & Hyde and Catch Me If You Can. A major highlight was the highly praised War Horse. The season included the return of some great favorites. I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change played 101 performances at the Garner Galleria Theatre, followed by Denver’s favorite fast-talking Tupperware lady in Dixie’s Tupperware Party. The Galleria Theatre and Bar was completely transformed into a honky-tonk for The Doyle & Debbie Show. Jersey Boys, Mark Twain Tonight!, Spamalot, Blue Man Group, Mary Poppins and Les Misérables all enjoyed enthusiastic audience support. Capping off the year, DCA added a new component to its mission: The Bobby G Awards. Denver Center Attractions sponsored this Colorado High School Musical Theatre Awards program named for DCA’s late Robert S. Garner. The “Bobby Gs” joined “The Jimmys,” The National High School Musical Theatre Awards program. The two students voted the outstanding Actor and Actress of Colorado were sponsored for a a weeklong workshop in May at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. It was an opportunity for them to hone their talents and perform on a Broadway stage. These youngsters are our future. We were thrilled to spotlight their talents. Season Sponsors United Airlines, Vectra Bank, Citizens of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Media Sponsors CBS4, The Denver Post Community Foundation THE SHOWS The Addams Family Sponsored by U.S. Bank, HealthONE, Pioneer Natural Resources I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change Sponsored by Molson Coors Jersey Boys The Book of Mormon La Cage Aux Folles Sponsored by Comcast Stomp A HealthONE Production Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Andrew Weil Memphis Sponsored by HealthONE and Comcast/NBC Universal Dixie’s Tupperware Party Sponsored by Molson Coors David Sedaris Sponsored by Molson Coors The Doyle & Debbie Show Sponsored by Molson Coors War Horse Productions.................................................................... 21 Performances...............................................................470 Subscribed seats......................................................80,237 Total paid attendance............................................383,174 Total ticketed attendance......................................399,636 SCFD Ten for $10 tickets*.......................................1,081 Accessibility for DCA shows: Performances.........11 (nine offered Open Captioning) Patrons who used ASL interpreted services............. 33 Patrons who used Audio Described services............ 21 Patrons who used Open Captioned services............. 51 Total purchases for accessible services...................105 *These are tickets subsidized by the seven-county voters of Metro Denver’s Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. Sponsord by Comcast 5 Jekyll & Hyde Catch Me If You Can Sponsored by The Westin Denver Downtown and HealthONE Mark Twain Tonight! Monty Python’s Spamalot Sponsored by Pioneer Natural Resources Blue Man Group Sponsored by Comcast Mary Poppins A HealthONE Family Production Les Misérables Sponsored by Faction Media Ballroom with a Twist La Cage Aux Folles George Hamilton Photo by Paul Kolnik THE NUMBERS Grace, or The Art of Climbing Philip Pleasants and Jackson Garske Julie Jesneck Denver Center Theatre Company David Alan Anderson and Kim Staunton. Photos by Jennifer M. Koskinen Fences 6 The Giver 2012/13 SEASON DENVER CENTER THEATRE COMPANY Photo by Terry Shapiro Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson’s vision and selections for the Denver Center Theatre Company’s (DCTC) 2012/13 season met with a gratifying approbation and success. August Wilson’s Tony-nominated classic, Fences, launched the season with packed houses. KENT THOMPSON Staged in the round in The Space Theatre, its Producing Artistic Director creative set design transported audiences to the front yard of a working class Pittsburgh neighborhood. Contrasting the dark momentum of that play came a stage adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ swashbuckling The Three Musketeers, complete with lavish costumes, romance, seductions and sword fights. Pursuing his ongoing commitment to family programing, Thompson included the stage version of Lois Lowry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Giver. The schedule counted many sold-out student matinees along with its regular run. Thompson staged a return of White Christmas in The Buell Theatre, while the comedy, When We Are Married, extended a nod to the often neglected British playwright J.B. Priestly. To accompany the 2013 Colorado New Play Summit were two fully staged world premieres selected from the previous year’s Summit readings: Michael Mitnik’s Ed, Downloaded, exploring the far reaches of brain downloading, and Grace, or The Art of Climbing which took audiences on a journey of physical as well as emotional survival. Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet followed in a production marked by a starkly simple set and elaborate costumes. The season ended on high notes with a contemporary drama and a world premiere musical. Jon Robin Baitz’s suspenseful Other Desert Cities scored a major hit with DCTC audiences. The world premiere of Sense & Sensibility The Musical, also selected by Thompson from the 2012 Summit, opened to impressive acclaim. This musical, led by Tony-nominated director Marcia Milgrom Dodge, played to sold-out houses in the final two weeks of its run, becoming DCTC’s highest grossing show ever. THE NUMBERS Perspectives on the plays (9)..............483 Performances......................................443 DCTC @ TC (8).................................444 Subscribed seats.............................53,932 SCFD Ten for $10 tickets..............3,787* Total paid attendance...................193,396 Student matinees................................... 55 Attendance - students....................15,014 Attendance - chaperones....................963 TALKBACKS Student matinee (54)..................11,311 General (19)..................................1,736 Media Sponsors CBS4, The Denver Post Community Foundation THE SHOWS Fences Producing Partner: Tina Walls The Three Musketeers Producing Partner: Isabelle Clark The Giver Producing Partners: Keith & Kathie Finger Sponsored by Ashford University and Jeppesen - A Boeing Company When We Are Married Producing Partners: Diana & Mike Kinsey Contributing Partners: Martin & Jo Ann Semple Sponsored by Gay and Lesbian Fund for Colorado Irving Berlin’s White Christmas Sponsored by HealthONE and The Ritz-Carlton, Denver Ed, Downloaded Producing Partners: John & Jeannie Fuller, Jim Steinberg Additional support provided by CEAVCO and Spyeglass Grace, or The Art of Climbing Romeo & Juliet Producing Partners: Sheri & Lee Archer, Katy Atkinson, Isabelle Clark, Mike & Diana Kinsey, Dennis & Anita Lacey, Alison & Jim Shetter, June Travis Sponsored by The National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest A Weekend with Pablo Picasso Producing Partners: Margot & Allan Frank, Judi & Robert Newman 7 Other Desert Cities Productions........................................... 11 Total ticketed attendance.............214,773 Season Sponsors Wells Fargo, Steinberg Charitable Trust, Larimer Square, Citizens of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Accessibility for DCTC shows: Performances.................................... 11 (three offered Open Captioning) Patrons who used ASL interpreted services......................................... 22 Patrons who used Audio Described services......................................... 32 Patrons who used Open Captioning services......................................... 12 Total purchases for accessible services......................................... 66 Producing Partners: Terry & Noel Hefty and Karolyn Lestrud Sense & Sensibility The Musical Producing Partners: The Anschutz Foundation, Joy S. Burns, Daniel L. Ritchie, June Travis Sponsored by The Ritz-Carlton, Denver and U.S. Bank Higher Education Advisory Council (8)....................................564 Total talkbacks (90)....................14,244 *These are tickets subsidized by the seven-county voters of Metro Denver’s Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. A Weekend with Pablo Picasso Herbert Siguenza Theatre & Theology (9)...................633 Colorado New Play Summit (l-r) Dena Martinez, Yunuen Pardo and Mercedes Perez in Just Like Us. The Legend of Georgia McBride black odyssey playwright Marcus Gardley 8 Actor Kim Staunton (l-r) Judith Hawking, Jeanne Paulsen and Marissa Lichwick in The Most Deserving C O L O R A D O N E W P L AY S U M M I T I S G E N E R O U S LY S U P P O RT E D B Y COLORADO NEW PLAY SUMMIT Sponsor Women’s Voices Fund Literary Manager Doug Langworthy Producing Partners Joy S. Burns Leo & Susan Kiely Daniel L. Ritchie Robert & Carole Slosky Special thanks to the Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust for continued support of New Play Development at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Artistic Associate Emily Tarquin Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson addressing the artists Photos by Kyle Malone The buzz around the eighth annual Colorado New Play Summit was perhaps the noisiest it’s ever been. The stars aligned to bring together a stellar lineup of five provocative and entertaining plays. The number of professional guests and playwrights in attendance grew to record numbers. The Playwrights’ Slam, at which mostly commissioned writers read short excerpts from their latest work, was a rousing ending to the first afternoon of readings. Participants included Lauren Feldman, Michael Mitnick, Karen Zacarías, Laura Eason, Marcus Gardley, Catherine Trieschmann, Matthew Lopez, Eric Schmiedl, James Still, Tanya Saracho, Idris Goodwin and Robert Schenkkan. Five new plays were read at podiums: The Vast In-Between, Laura Eason’s trenchant look at the strains economic desperation puts on a marriage; black odyssey, Marcus Gardley’s African-American lyrical and often humorous spin on Homer’s epic tale; The Most Deserving, Catherine Trieschmann’s satire of a small-town arts council run amok—and The Legend of Georgia McBride by Matthew Lopez, a deeply felt comedy that shows what happens when an Elvis impersonator must turn to drag, of all things, to support his growing family. Karen Zacarías’ Just Like Us, adapted from Helen Thorpe’s book of the same name, follows four Latina girls in Denver who want to excel in life but are hindered by their economic and immigration status. Thorpe, an on-stage character in the play, was on hand to provide feedback, and even Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, himself an off-stage character, attended the reading. All four of the young women whose lives are dramatized in the play also attended and met with the cast. At the closing-night party in the Seawell Ballroom a hip-hop DJ lured the crowds to the dance floor. Where else would you see playwright Karen Zacarías dancing the swing with Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Schenkkan? THE WOMEN’S VOICES FUND This fund continued to grow and is designed to foster the work of women writing for the American theatre. FOUNDERS: *Dina Brudenell Altman Dina Brudenell Altman in honor of Edward F. Altman, Jr. American Zang Education Foundation Inc. – The Greiner Family Geary Anderson in honor of Alicia Anderson Lee and Sheri Archer *Carol Atha Carol Atha in honor of Carolee D. Atha Carol Atha in honor of Bette Haerther Ursula Awad Barbara ShannonBannister Maureen Kelly Barker Mary Reisher Berlin Fran Berlin Gail Classon Berliner Barbara Bridges Brown Family Foundation Diane Bryant *Joy S. Burns Merle C. Chambers Janette W. Chase in honor of Christina J. and Kathryn M. Chase *Isabelle Clark Elaine J. Collins Jack & Suzanne Collins in memory of Joyce A. Korgan Andrea Warner Crispe Jill I. Crow *Katie Cymbala *Dorothy Denny in memory of Barbara Denny Rottkamp Dorothy Denny in honor of Emily Stanford Pam Duke Charleen Dunn Sharon Dwinnell in honor of my sister Peggy Harrington *Dianne G. Eddolls *Anita Edwards in memory of my mother Lois Richardson Anita Edwards in memory of Ty Jurras *Bobbie Farris Natley Farris *Lois Felt Heather Fitzgerald Adrienne Ruston Fitzgibbons Wilbur Flachman in honor of Dr. Marilyn Flachman Nancy Follett Katie Fox Margot Gilbert Frank Jeannie Fuller in honor of Florence Smith Stephanie Weeks Gamble in honor of Sarah Weeks Gamble Lynn Marie Gangone in honor of The Women’s College of DU Robert S. Garner in memory of Dorothy Garner Sally R. Gass & Alan G. Gass Peter B. Gregory in honor of my wife Ann M. Gregory *Celeste Grynberg *Noel Hefty Laura L. Hill Elizabeth Holt Dianne Honig Ms. Denise Horton Jeff Hovorka in honor of Patricia Hovorka Tara Hefty Hume Georgia R. Imhoff Pat Wooster Jackson Craig Johnson in honor of my wife Lisa Daniel-Johnson Gail Johnson Michael Karmil in honor of Eleanor Karmil Susan Kiely in honor of my daughter Whitney Moehle Holly Arnold Kinney in honor of Mary Fox Arnold Diana W. Kinsey Elizabeth Kirkpatrick Karolynn Lestrud Deborah Loftness in memory of Mary C. Hess Lee Maes in honor of Dr. Kathryn G. Maes Kathleen McCall Carol McEnroe (Phipps) Judy McNeil *Michael A. Meisinger in honor of Rosemary Meisinger *Vicky Miles Jeff Munn & Shellie Ruston Munn Judi Newman Northern Trust Bank in honor of Jeannie Fuller Peggy Notebaert Nancy & Paul Oberman in honor of our daughter Jordana Oberman *M. Ann Padilla Debra J. Perry *Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp in honor of Charlotte Perry and Portia Mansfield Linda Plaut *Jane J. Prancan Quinette Family Fund in honor of Luella Mockett Fran Quinlan in honor of Alan Bromley *Elizabeth J. Rave *Mary Carol Riaski *Tina Risch in honor of Cheryl and Rachel Caufield Tina Risch in memory of Karen Knudsen Walter Rosenberry & Susan Bonsall *Molly O. Ross Carol Ann Rothman in honor of my granddaughters Brielle and Kara *Ms. Peggy Rottner Florence Ruston Roselyn Saunders Dutchess Scheitler *Donald R. Seawell in honor of Eugenia Rawls Donald R. Seawell in honor of my collaborator, Judi Wolf *Alison Shetter Ruth Silver *Carole Slosky Carole Slosky – in honor of Bob Slosky’s service as a DCPA Trustee Sarah Steinberg Janet Swinburn Bea Taplin Kate Taucher in honor of Katherine A. May Sandy Tenenbaum/ Occasions by Sandy June Travis Lester L. Ward in honor of Rosalind H. Ward *Randy Weeks in honor of Joan Watson Weeks Randy Weeks in memory of Esther M. Weeks Carol E. Wolf Judi Wolf in honor of Donald R. Seawell Christine Yaros in honor of Catherine Hein ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Renée Duncan Jennifer Fleming *Griffith Family Trust Ryan Maier Essie Perlmutter OTHER GENEROUS DONATIONS: Mitzi Brodnax Risa Friskey Kathryn Bates Gavin Kathy Graveley Montine Hansl Elizabeth Hickman Yvette Hunt Pam Josephs Marilyn Koeplin Elena Sandoval-Lucero Media Salad Margaret O’Keefe *Paula Rosson Missy Stolberg Christine Tatum Sandra Roberts-Taylor Beverley Turnley Susan Weinstein Irma Wilborn Marilyn Wolf Diedre Wooden Suzanne Yoe *Multiple Gifts 9 Education Department 10 Denver Center Theatre Academy Photos by Jessica Austgen, Brian Landis Folkins, eric laurits and Jenifer Silence EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Tam Dalrymple Frye, Director The Education Department reaped the benefits of developing a new three-year strategic plan that focused on “increasing the impact and engagement for all students” participating in any educational activity at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts. In the fall of 2012, the department hired five professional teaching artists to meet increasing demands in the schools. These teaching artists, professional actors or directors in their own right, visited more than 240 metro-area schools providing The Denver Center’s arts-integrated curriculum, Dramatic Learning™. These teaching artists reached more than 12,000 students, increasing the number served by almost 20% from last year. Larry Hecht (DCTC actor and former Head of Acting for the National Theatre Conservatory) was charged with meeting the growing demand from adults attending the Denver Center Theatre Academy. Thanks to increased programming and a sequential curriculum, the number of adults attending the Academy nearly doubled over last year, while overall the Academy attendance increased by more than 24%. In short, the Education Department comfortably achieved its goal of reaching more students, training more artists and providing quality arts education in the schools. The Education Department will endeavor to continue on this path next year by incorporating a high school playwriting competition, strengthening its corporate training programs, increasing its offerings for at-risk students and providing training for teaching artists. THE NUMBERS Academy Classes Children............................................................... 1,278 Teens....................................................................... 548 Adults...................................................................... 876 Total attendance................................................... 2,702 Dramatic Learning Schools served........................................................ 248 Total attendance................................................. 12,572 Teen Summer Shows Cinderella Performances............................................................3 Attendance........................................................... 367 The Phantom Tollbooth Performances............................................................3 Attendance........................................................... 240 Family Fun Forum Total attendance...................................................... 493 Career Exploration Days Students participating.......................................... 1,125 Students attending.................................................. 150 Schools...................................................................... 12 Career Fairs within School Districts...........................3 Professional Development Workshops Workshops................................................................ 71 Total attendance..................................................... 473 Education Internships..................................................5 Education Volunteers...................................................7 ARTS IN EDUCATION SPONSORS Library Volunteers.......................................................8 Anschutz Foundation, Ashford University, Belay Foundation, Boeing, CoBiz Financial, Colorado Creative Industries, Corley Legacy Foundation, DaVita, The Denver Foundation, Faegre Baker Daniels, Fidelity Investments, IMA Foundation, Impact Creativity/National Corporate Theatre Fund, Kathie & Keith Finger, Alan & Katie Fox, Margot & Allan Frank, Kinder Morgan Foundation, Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust, Molson Coors, National Endowment for the Arts/ Arts Midwest, Robert & Judi Newman/ Newman Family Foundation, Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation Fund, Riverfront Park Community Foundation, State Farm Insurance, Target, June Travis, US Bank, Walter S. Rosenberry III Charitable Trust, Xcel Energy Foundation 11 My name is Maggie Sczekan and I wanted to check in and say thank you. I began taking classes with your school when I was 13 years old, returning another summer to do both tracks of the teenage intensive. I returned again after my first year of college (Oberlin Conservatory of Music) to do the NTC summer intensive for adults… I auditioned for the DCTC this year and after seeing Christmas Carol just about every year since I was three, I’ve been cast in the show, and I know a huge part of that is because of the education I received from you. It’s very special to me that my first Equity show is here at home in Denver, and to finally get to go into the Blue Studio (or Yellow or whichever) as a hired actor after being there for many years a student is going to be an incredible joy. With much love and gratitude to all of you, Maggie Gwen Phillips Photo by Jennifer Davidson (l-r) Brian McManus and Joseph Wolff Phillips Photo by Emily Tarquin Brian McManus Photo by Emily Tarquin Shirley Delta Blow Photo by Jennifer M. Koskinen | Merritt Design OFF-CENTER DRAG MACHINE SWEAT CULT FOLLOWING 12 AUDIO KICKS OFF-CENTER @ THE JONES Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin, Curators THE NUMBERS Off-Center’s eventful and successful second season continued its mission of serving as a test kitchen for The Denver Center and new entry point for artists and audiences by producing four prototypes in FY13: Productions.............................................................4 CULT FOLLOWING – A monthly live movie in real 3-D where six Ticketed attendance.........................................2,200 recurring actors improvise their way through a story that intertwines movie moments selected by the audience; n DRAG MACHINE – Captain Shirley Delta Blow takes us on a journey through the history of drag and the gay rights movement in her Drag Queen Time Machine; n AUDIO KICKS – An experiment in isolated collaboration: ten original photographs inspired ten different audio recordings that became the backdrop and soundtrack for a live performance by 3rd Law Dance/Theater; n SWEAT – A fully improvised indoor biking adventure led by two performers and a musician accompanying the action on a fully equipped musical tricycle. Discounted tickets (including comps)................744 Total attendance...............................................2,944 Local artists with whom Off-Center collaborated......................................90+ DRAG MACHINE Photo by Emily Tarquin n Performances........................................................19 Each show experimented with different types of programming, new collaborations, and new audience engagement techniques, expanding the show outside of the theatre. Off-Center succeeded in attracting new people. Sixty percent of ticketed accounts were new to The Denver Center. Off-Center brought in 7% of new audiences to the Denver Center Theatre Company (DCTC) with a budget that is 1.8% of DCTC’s total expenses. Off-Center’s audiences skew younger, with 82% of its Facebook fans and 74% of the DRAG MACHINE audience surveyed falling between ages 18 and 44. In the targeted efforts to reach people who don’t already attend The Denver Center productions, Off-Center learned word-of-mouth is key; the large majority of audiences heard about the shows from friends. Off-Center’s marketing and outreach focused on giving audiences tools and incentives to share information with their friends. Highlights from Season 2 included: n Riding with the Denver Cruisers to promote SWEAT. n The long line outside waiting for the DRAG MACHINE doors to open (all scheduled shows were sold out and two extra performances were added). n Winning the “Best Date Night at the Theatre” award from Westword. n Sharing what has been learned with the performing arts field by presenting at five national performing arts conferences and having our “Let Them Drink Beer” article featured on the Theatre Communications Group Blog. OFF-CENTER wishes to thank the following businesses/organizations for their partnership: BikeDenver Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs Brian Brown Designs Denver B-Cycle Denver Cruisers Denver Film Society’s Reel Social Club Denver Theatre District Gyro Imbibe Molson Coors Salvagetti Bicycle Workshop The Corner Office The Walnut Room Tour de Fashion, CO Photo by Jennifer Davidson AUDIO KICKS 13 Photo by Creationize.com Denver Center Events & Operations Facilities 14 FACILITIES Clay Courter, Director, Facilities Management Major HVAC work was completed for the Robert and Judi Newman Center for Theatre Education building and the Bonfils Theatre Complex in mid-FY13. In addition, all The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) staff and operations were relocated from the Champa building, and responsibility for the control and management of the building transferred back to the City of Denver. Energy Consumption Update Energy conservation has been a major priority. Prior to 2008, the DCPA was spending an average of $650,000 per year to heat, cool and power the Bonfils and Newman buildings. In contrast, $567,000 was spent for the same services in FY13. Below are some of the ways in which this was accomplished: n In 2009, an energy auditing firm completed a study of DCPA facilities and made recommendations based on its findings; n The DCPA aggressively moved toward implementing these recommendations, making strides in energy efficiency by encouraging conservation and replacing obsolete and inefficient building and computing systems, lighting and switches; n In FY12, HVAC units in the Bonfils and Newman buildings were replacedâ€”leading to significant reductions in steam and chilled water consumption in the first year of operation. As a result of these efforts, over the last five years the DCPA has: n Reduced total daily average Bonfils and Newman KWH consumption by 21% from baseline consumption (2004-2008), saving more than 2.3M kilowatt hours; n Reduced steam consumption 14% from baseline and chilled water consumption 24% from baseline in less than 18 months; n Seen reductions in operational savings of more than $273,000 since 2008. These were achieved in an environment in which electrical rates have increased 15%, and steam and chilled water rates have increased 9% and 18%, respectively; n Received more than $100,000 in rebates from Xcel Energy as a result of the upgrades to infrastructure. Photo by Studiojk.com Photo by Suzanne Yoe Competitive advantages for the Seawell Grand Ballroom: n 10,000 square feet of flexible space to accommodate various size events; n Events produced by a full service, in-house production team with a balanced skill set of creativity, state-of-the-art equipment and detailed logistics management; n Proximity to the Colorado Convention Center and neighboring hotels; n Strong brand recognition as being part of The Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Photo by Tara Miller Photo by Storihphotography.com Denver Center Events gave a solid performance throughout FY13, with 119 events booked from external clients. Forty percent of those sent along unsolicited positive feedback and accolades, with zero negative post-event recaps. In addition, three local not-for-profits with events hosted in the Seawell Grand Ballroom reported their highest historical net revenue from such fundraisers in FY13. The ballroom continues to host a combined average of 200 internal and external events per year, including a mix of social, corporate, educational, not-for-profit and convention-related segments. During FY13 Denver Center Events garnered praise from The Knot with the 2013 “Best of” Award and the ICON Awards’ “Event of the Year for the wedding production of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Farber.” While gross sales revenues were consistent with last year, expenses increased 10%. The increase stemmed from labor costs from two events related to establishing new partnerships and broadening the marketing of the room. These efforts ultimately resulted in four confirmed weddings for FY14. Notwithstanding, ballroom operations continued to generate positive net income and substantial in-kind revenue for FY13. The staff continually seeks to increase business and to focus on social events. From 12 (weddings/mitzvahs) this year to the 17 weddings already confirmed for FY14, the marketing campaigns and the dedicated efforts of the team to drive social business are clearly paying off. Photo by Pippinspics.com DENVER CENTER EVENTS AND OPERATIONS Dawn Williams, Director of Venue Sales and Operations 15 Young Professionals Advisory Board Photo by Carol Krueger Photo by Carol Krueger Usher Accessiblity Training Photo by Carol Krueger THE COLOR PURPLE / First National Tour: Push Da Button featuring Rufus Bonds, Jr. (Mister) and Angela Robinson (Shug Avery) â€˘ Photo: Paul Kolnik Photo by Simone Gordon DCPA Volunteers Usher Season Kick-off Usher Training 16 Behind-the-scenes tour KUDOS TO OUR VOLUNTEERS This 250-member support group for The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) contributed more than $725,000 in net proceeds for the Denver Center Theatre Company and its Arts in Education programs during this fiscal year. Alliance members spearheaded the planning for the DCPA’s signature Saturday Night Alive fundraiser and led the sales charge for the annual Women With Hattitude luncheon, the White Christmas VIP Evening, as well as events around the productions of Sense & Sensibility The Musical and Romeo & Juliet. Members of Denver Center Alliance celebrated the holiday season with Mr. and Mrs. Claus at the VIP Evening for White Christmas. Photo by Megan Hatch DENVER CENTER ALLIANCE C O M M U N I T Y R E L AT I O N S C O U N C I L The Council actively developed initiatives to build new and nontraditional audiences at The Denver Center. Each member was charged with the task of bringing three new audience members to each Denver Center Theatre Company show and provide their guests with incentives to return. As a means of spreading the word about the work at The Denver Center, the Fairs and Festivals volunteers took part in PrideFest Denver. They were able to circulate information about The Denver Center to several thousand people. Women with Hattitude Luncheon Photo by Steve Peterson FA I R S A N D F E S T I VA L S Usher Holiday Potluck TOUR AMBASSADORS These Ambassadors provided people with a behind-the-scenes experience of The Denver Center as they walked patrons through the various tech, prop and costume shops and production departments, creating excitement and appreciation for the magic of theatre. T I C K E T D O N AT I O N S The Denver Center made donations of 1,086 free tickets to charities, churches and schools for a total contribution of $57,010 as a way of acknowledging its gratitude and giving back to the community. 17 Y O U N G P R O F E S S I O N A L S A D V I S O RY B O A R D This volunteer group seeks to attract younger audiences and cultivate longterm patronage by making The Denver Center a social and cultural hub for 20- and 30-somethings. Its primary responsibility is organizing and promoting the The Denver Center’s popular Fourth Wall series, a flexible membership program for sociable young professionals. USHERS The Denver Center’s volunteer usher corps welcomed thousands of patrons to the theatres, aiming to continually improve customer service, accommodate accessibility and provide overall knowledge of The Denver Center to ensure every patron has a positive experience when attending our productions. Usher Holiday Potluck Thank You The Denver Center for the Performing Arts gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the following donors of $100 or more for activities July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013. FLORENCE K. RUSTON AWARD FOR PHILANTHROPHY IN THE ARTS Joy S. Burns, 2012/13 Diana & Mike Kinsey, 2011/12 Jim Steinberg, 2010/11 Alison & Jim Shetter, 2009/10 Leo & Susan Kiely, 2008/09 Margot & Allan Frank, 2007/08 Robert & Judi Newman, 2006/07 EXTRAORDINARY GIVING 18 The Lewis E. 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Seawell Mrs. Katie Stutz Mr. & Mrs. David Suek Mr. & Mrs. Steve & Susan Suggs Echo Sullivan Dr. Sandra Surbrugg Jeanne Surbrugg Judy Sussman Doug & Catherine Benson Carmel Koeltzow, Loretta Robinson, Lois Paul Wilson W. Wampler Scott Warner Janie Warren Photos by Vicki Kerr and Steve Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Karl Seller Tobi Watson Kirk O. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Michael West Marsha Wheeler Miller Scott & Joellen Raderstorf Jackie Rotole & Santa The Encore Society was established to honor and recognize those individuals whose planned gifts ensure the future of The Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Members have the satisfaction of knowing that the audiences of tomorrow will reap the rewards of their generosity today. To learn more about planned giving opportunities, please go to www.denvercenter.org/plannedgiving or call 303.446.4811. Dr. Angela Betker & Dr. Anthony Simon Diana & Mike Kinsey Ms. Susan C. Burrows Sandy Leerskov Ms. Anne Burton Ellyn E. Lyman Jim Caputo Mr. & Mrs. Alan Meny Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Carson Mr. & Mrs. Ron Neel Isabelle Clark Ms. Marilyn Oliver Mr. Leslie Crispelle Ms. Linda D. Rieger Mr. Michael Donner Daniel L. Ritchie John & Sandra Downing Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Rothenberg Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Elinoff Mr. Bruce Schmidt Mr. & Mrs. John E. Fuller Martin & Jo Ann Semple Barbara Garlinghouse Mrs. Ruth Silver Mr. Thomas R. Graham & Ms. Judith Pettibone Bob & Carole Slosky Ms. Janet Grant Stansbury Family Foundation Chuck & Pat Griffith Jenene & James Stookesberry Terry & Noel Hefty June Travis Carol & Jerry Huller John Van Epps Mr. & Mrs. Paul Jeffery Randy Weeks Paul R. Jeselnick Dolores M. Wilson Members of The Encore Society Dramatic Learning Photo by Brian Landis Folkins Leo & Susan Kiely Student Matinee 29 Photo by Kyle Malone Ms. Martha Kelce Holly Bachmeyer Student Matinee Photo by Kyle Malone Anonymous (2) The metro Denver Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) again provided The Denver Center for the Performing Arts with the support to pursue excellence, diversity and accessibility by funding such outreach programs as Student Matinees, Dramatic Learning and free/reduced admissions. These programs and others are made possible by the voters of the seven-county metro region. Selected Financial Information The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Selected Financial Information June 30, 2013 and 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS Consolidated Statements of Financial Position.........................31 Consolidated Statements of Activities.......................................32 Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows....................................34 Audited financial statements are available upon request at firstname.lastname@example.org 30 Consolidated Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2013 and 2012 June 30, 2013 Assets Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents Accounts and interest receivable, net Contributions receivable, net Receivable from Helen G. Bonfils Foundation Inventories and deferred production costs Total current assets $ Unrestricted investments Restricted cash Restricted investments Investment in limited partnership Contributions receivable Equipment, leasehold improvements, and work in progress, net Memorabilia and tapestries Total assets 3,944,724 1,285,435 470,158 1,000,073 2,442,756 9,143,146 June 30, 2012 $ 4,261,384 633,647 374,888 257,613 2,269,326 7,796,858 14,371,381 9,665,533 65,406 3,216,711 253,756 6,959,757 331,630 64,662 2,893,455 495,874 63,884 7,002,750 331,630 $ 34,341,787 $ 28,314,646 $ 2,367,763 16,571,679 1,254,548 1,095,871 11,530 32,869 21,334,260 $ 2,486,456 10,799,631 1,162,651 995,482 11,530 31,503 15,487,253 Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred ticket receipts Deferred contributions Other deferred revenue Current portion of planned gift annuities Current portion of capital lease obligations Total current liabilities Planned gift annuities, less current portion Capital lease obligations, less current portion Note payable to related party Total liabilities 230,707 22,712 21,587,679 237,582 55,581 495,874 16,276,290 Net assets: Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets 8,619,166 2,809,186 1,325,756 12,754,108 8,475,291 2,266,410 1,296,655 12,038,356 Total liabilities and net assets $ 34,341,787 See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements. 3 $ 28,314,646 Consolidated Statements of Financial Position THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 31 Consolidated Statement of Activities THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Consolidated Statement of Activities Year Ended June 30, 2013 Year Ended June 30, 2013 Revenues, gains, and other support: Ticket sales: Denver Center Attractions Denver Center Theatre Company Tuition Investment income, net Loss on disposal of assets Other operating income Contributed support: Helen G. Bonfils Foundation Scientific and Cultural Facilities District Federal grants Individual, corporate, foundation, and other support Special events In-kind support Net assets released from restrictions $ Total revenues, gains, and other support 32 Temporarily Restricted Unrestricted 22,945,735 $ 8,590,650 445,607 136,070 (136,936) 6,138,497 Permanently Restricted 213,354 - 2,000,000 4,176,256 35,000 1,260,392 - 4,400,499 1,095,933 2,998,834 1,394,418 389,039 74,409 (1,394,418) $ Total - $ 22,945,735 8,590,650 445,607 349,424 (136,936) 6,138,497 - 2,000,000 5,436,648 35,000 29,101 - 4,818,639 1,170,342 2,998,834 - 54,220,563 542,776 29,101 54,792,440 Expenses: Program expense: Denver Center Attractions Denver Center Theatre Company Education Total program expense 25,066,684 18,602,110 1,190,681 - - 25,066,684 18,602,110 1,190,681 44,859,475 - - 44,859,475 Fund-raising expense: Development Special events In-kind expense Total fund-raising expense 1,047,016 245,520 391,648 - - 1,047,016 245,520 391,648 1,684,184 - - 1,684,184 4,568,866 1,551,052 6,119,918 504,358 - - 4,568,866 1,551,052 6,119,918 504,358 53,167,935 908,753 54,076,688 - - 53,167,935 908,753 54,076,688 143,875 8,475,291 542,776 2,266,410 29,101 1,296,655 715,752 12,038,356 Supporting services: Administration Venue sales and operations Total supporting services Costs of direct benefits to donors Total expenses before depreciation and amortization Depreciation and amortization Total expenses Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year $ 8,619,166 $ 2,809,186 $ 1,325,756 See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements. 4 $ 12,754,108 Consolidated Statement of Activities Year Ended June 30, 2012 Year Ended June 30, 2012 Temporarily Restricted Unrestricted Revenues, gains, and other support: Ticket sales: Denver Center Attractions Denver Center Theatre Company National Theatre Conservatory Tuition Investment income, net Gain on disposal of assets Other operating income Contributed support: Helen G. Bonfils Foundation Scientific and Cultural Facilities District Federal grants Individual, corporate, foundation, and other support Special events In-kind support Net assets released from restrictions Total revenues, gains, and other support $ 34,637,712 $ 6,390,539 42,255 453,561 (187,282) 5,375 6,656,003 Permanently Restricted - $ (5,179) - 1,000,000 3,793,303 55,000 1,191,577 - 3,333,687 864,214 2,262,804 2,038,346 61,345,517 151,479 71,951 (2,038,346) (628,518) Total - $ 34,637,712 6,390,539 42,255 453,561 (192,461) 5,375 6,656,003 - 1,000,000 4,984,880 55,000 14,590 14,590 3,499,756 936,165 2,262,804 60,731,589 Expenses: Program expense: Denver Center Attractions Denver Center Theatre Company Education Total program expense 34,891,521 14,442,545 1,864,703 51,198,769 - - 34,891,521 14,442,545 1,864,703 51,198,769 Fund-raising expense: Development Special events In-kind expense Total fund-raising expense 1,048,101 160,421 257,038 1,465,560 - - 1,048,101 160,421 257,038 1,465,560 4,110,372 1,563,121 5,673,493 462,136 - - 4,110,372 1,563,121 5,673,493 462,136 14,590 1,282,065 58,799,958 940,292 59,740,250 991,339 11,047,017 Supporting services: Administration Venue sales and operations Total supporting services Costs of direct benefits to donors Total expenses before depreciation and amortization Depreciation and amortization Total expenses Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year 58,799,958 940,292 59,740,250 1,605,267 6,870,024 $ 8,475,291 (628,518) 2,894,928 $ 2,266,410 $ 1,296,655 See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements. 5 $ 12,038,356 Consolidated Statement of Activities THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 33 Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows THE DENVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows Years Ended June 30, 2013 and 2012 Cash flows from operating activities: Change in net assets Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to net cash provided by operating activities: Depreciation and amortization Amortization of discount on contributions receivable Loss (gain) on disposal of equipment Change in value of gift annuity Realized and unrealized (gains) losses on investments Donated securities Contributions restricted for investment in endowment (Increase) decrease in operating assets: Accounts and interest receivable Contributions receivable Receivable from Helen G. Bonfils Foundation Inventories and deferred production costs Increase (decrease) in operating liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred ticket receipts Deferred contributions Other deferred revenue $ Net cash provided by operating activities 34 Cash flows from investing activities: Proceeds from sale of equipment Purchases of equipment, leasehold improvements, and work in progress Purchases of investments Proceeds from sales of investments (Receipt) use of noncurrent restricted cash Net cash used in investing activities Years Ended June 30, June 30, 2013 2012 2013 2012 715,752 $ 908,753 5,728 139,540 4,655 (628,030) (40,716) (29,101) 940,292 (453) (5,375) 6,594 410,301 (84,515) (14,590) (651,788) (290,870) (742,460) (173,430) 784,083 156,918 1,242,387 (1,046,445) (29,188) 5,772,048 91,897 100,389 5,153,179 274,543 660,097 682,281 104,932 5,102,389 - Cash flows from financing activities: Principal payments on capital lease obligations Contributions restricted for investment in endowment Payments of gift annuity obligations Payments on note payable to related party Net cash used in financing activities Net (decrease) increase in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of year 991,339 5,375 (1,094,805) (18,540,604) 14,180,247 (744) (5,455,906) (1,993,843) (24,958,952) 23,386,135 207,315 (3,353,970) (31,504) 29,101 (11,530) (13,933) (316,660) 4,261,384 (29,416) 14,590 (11,530) (4,126) (30,482) 1,717,937 2,543,447 Cash and cash equivalents, end of year $ 3,944,724 $ 4,261,384 Noncash transactions: Write off of investment in limited partnership $ 494,299 $ - $ $ 494,299 $ - $ 11,555 $ 14,862 $ 104,367 Forgiveness of note payable to related party Equipment acquired under capital lease Furniture, equipment, leasehold improvements, and work in progress in accounts payable See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements. 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