The Arvada Center celebrates and elevates the human condition with engaging arts, humanities, education, and entertainment that expand the cultural landscape for everyone who visits us.
There’s something special about the arts and humanities. Something transcendent. They can enrich who we are and inspire who we want to become. Ultimately, they appeal to the best in all of us, exciting our senses and enhancing our state of mind.
The Arvada Center produces, curates, and creates national-caliber arts, humanities, education, and entertainment that are designed to help you see, hear, feel, and think a little deeper. Here, there’s truly something for everyone. You’ll find something you can not only relate to, but something that resonates—no matter who you are, no matter where you’re from.
The Arvada Center will be a nationally-recognized leader in creating high-quality arts and humanities experiences that nourish the ability to explore and express the full range of human emotion.
The Arvada Center acknowledges that our facilities stand atop ancestral lands that include the Tsétsėhéstaestse (Cheyenne), the Hinono’eiteen (Arapaho), Nuche (Ute), and Oceti Sakowin (Lakota) nations. We offer respect to people of these nations—past, present and future. As we strengthen our resolve to honor their legacies we ask that you do so as well by giving pause to acknowledge the history of deceit, wrongdoing and Western settlement on their lands as well as the beauty of their languages, knowledge and strengths that informs our human experience today.
There’s never a substitute for excellence—especially when it comes to enlightening and entertaining a discerning audience. The Arvada Center consistently elevates all of our arts and humanities offerings in a fiscally responsible way that ensures our long-term sustainability.
For us, the old adage about “love what you do and you’ll never work a day in your life” is spot on. We LOVE what we do and it shows. We truly cherish the opportunity to create world-class arts and humanities for all.
Knowing the arts and humanities are for everyone, we embrace the big IDEA (inclusion, diversity, equity and access). At the Arvada Center, everyone is welcomed. Whether you come to laugh, cry, think or escape, there’s something for everyone. Every time.
At their core, the arts are about creating something special. Something memorable. Something shareable. The Arvada Center applies our creativity to develop and deliver truly innovative arts and humanities offerings that touch the heart and enrich the mind.
Rod A. Lansberry, Producing Artistic Director of Musical Theatre, 720-898-7286
Lynne Collins, Artistic Director of Plays, 720-898-7305
Lisa Hoffman, Artistic Associate, 720-898-7291
Adam Stolte, Production Manager, 720-898-7299
Jacob Kenworthy, Production Manager, 720-898-7306
Brian Mallgrave, Director of Scenic Design, 720 898-7294
Nick Cimyotte, Technical Director, 720-898-7290
David Cimyotte, House Foreman, 720-898-7289
Grant Evenson, Audio Director, 303-987-3214
Jon Olson, Lighting Director, 720-898-7298
Meghan Markiewicz, Properties Shop Manager, 720-898-7293
Kristin Sutter, AEA Stage Manager - Musicals, 720-898-7288
Christine Moore, AEA Stage Manager - Plays, 720-898-7287
Jordon Brockman, Stage Manager Children’s Theatre
Lisa Leafgreen, Director of Education, 720-898-7236
Teresa Cirrincione, Assistant Education Director, 720-898-7241
Julie Payne, Front Range Youth Symphony/Theatre Education Coordinator, 720-898-7238
Christina Noel-Adcock, Dance Coordinator, 720-898-7237
Emily Lindvall, School Programs Associate, 720-898-7245
Bebe Alexander, Ceramics Coordinator, 720-898-7239
Juana Rocha , Education Assistant, 720-898-7247
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