Family-Friendly Theater at the DAM

Art Emergency: Stampede Edition

Family Theater during Spring Break—Great for All Ages!

Join us for Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original family-friendly play that will be performed weekdays during Spring Break at the DAM!

Your attendance is required at an emergency meeting to help decide which work of art in the exhibition Stampede: Animals in Art gets the coveted “Arty” award. The play is fast paced, funny, and gives you amazing insight into some of the most beloved artworks at the DAM.

Meet in Sharp Auditorium (lower level). And after the show, you can go find the featured artworks in the galleries!

Included in general admission - free for kids, and free for members. Not yet a member? Join today!

SPRING BREAK PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Every weekday March 19-30, 2018, at 11 am.

Auditorium doors open at 10:45 am.

Play begins at 11 am and ends at 11:35 am.

AWARD-WINNING PLAYWRITING

Art Emergency: Code Red won the 2017 Jon Lipsky Award for Excellence in Playwriting, awarded by the International Museum Theatre Alliance to the play that best exemplifies standards of excellence and best practices in Museum Theatre.

Art Emergency: Stampede Edition is an edition of the popular original play Art Emergency: Code Red and its sequel Art Emergency 2: Code Redder by Real Live Theater at the DAM. Written by Lindsay Genshaft, Jessica Robblee, and Mitch Slevc.

Actors in Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original play at the Denver Art Museum
Actors in Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original play at the Denver Art Museum
Actors in Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original play at the Denver Art Museum
Actors in Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original play at the Denver Art Museum
Actors in Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original play at the Denver Art Museum
Actors in Art Emergency: Stampede Edition, an original play at the Denver Art Museum

View the video above to get a glimpse at past plays at the Denver Art Museum! This was a trailer for the original play: Art Emergency: Code Red.