New Safety Protocols at THAC

We are excited to reopen our doors very soon! The safety of our patrons, staff, and artists is our top priority. We have taken every available precaution into consideration, allowing us to offer the safest working environment possible during a global pandemic. The THAC Safety Protocol video will walk you through the new safety policies and procedures we have put into place so patrons can enjoy future live events in our historic theater.



  • No tickets will be printed. All patrons who purchase tickets will receive e-tickets.
  • Any patrons experiencing difficulty with the technology aspect of e-tickets may contact the Box Office. If you do not have access to your ticket at check-in, we will have a printed list of all audience members and can verify your ticket from that list.


  • Outside of the front doors of the theater, will be social distance markers. Please keep a 6’ distance between parties and stay with your party on these markers until it is your turn to check-in. Patrons must observe social distancing of at least 6 feet with persons you do not quarantine/live with.
  • There will be a table set up in the front of the lobby where THAC staff members and volunteers take temperatures and make sure all patrons are wearing masks upon entering. You will be also be asked if you currently have a cough or any flu-like symptoms. Please stay home if you are experiencing any sign or symptom of illness.
  • Masks covering mouth and nose are required for all persons during the entire performance and while inside the THAC building. Any patron not wearing a mask will be asked to put one on or leave the event. The only exception to this rule is the actors, who will be unmasked to perform while safely separated from the audience.
  • Hand sanitizers will be available throughout the venue for your convenience.


  • All attendees must provide their name upon check-in for proper COVID tracing as required by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Tri-County Health, and the Five Star Recovery Program.
  • Check-in will begin 30 minutes before curtain. Evening performances – seating will begin at 7:00 PM. Matinees – seating will begin at 1:30 PM.
  • After temperature check and ticket scanning, patrons will be directed to the Main Stage stairs, or the secondary theater stairs, restrooms, or Stanton Art Gallery area. Please follow all posted traffic patterns and maintain 6’ between patrons outside of your party.


  • Each section of the lobby will have socially distanced spaces marked on the floor, along with traffic pattern signage posted throughout the building.


  • We have an incredible exhibit in our Stanton Art Gallery. Please enjoy the current art show while being mindful of your distance between other patrons and staff. There will be spaces marked on the floor that are 6’ apart. Please follow signage directing traffic flow.


  • We will utilize both sets of lobby stairs as entrances to the theater to allow for extra social distancing. Each staircase will have social distance space markers on the floor to indicate where patrons can wait upon entering the theater.
  • A THAC staff member or volunteer will be present to ensure patrons are observing social distancing rules and to help direct them to their proper seating section.


  • Town Hall Arts Center is wheelchair accessible.
  • Patrons who need access to the elevator will wait on social distance spacers in the holding section of the Stanton Art Gallery.
  • Only parties that arrive together/live together are allowed on the elevator at one time. The elevator is an oversized freight elevator, so social distance will need to be observed with the elevator operator.


  • At intermission, one staircase will be strictly an entrance, and one will be an exit, allowing patrons to come and go as needed while observing social distancing.
  • Once the show has ended, THAC staff and volunteers will direct traffic and empty out one section at a time.
  • Patrons needing to exit the theater at intermission will be directed to the proper staircase by THAC staff/volunteer.


  • Stanchions and social distance markers will be utilized to keep restroom traffic socially distanced. Every other stall, urinal, and sink will be rendered unavailable.
  • Please observe a “2 in / 2 out” rule to prevent overcrowding. Staff and volunteers will be present to ensure patrons follow this rule.
    Soap is available at all usable sinks as well as single-use disposable paper towels.
  • Restrooms will be cleaned with hospital-grade disinfectant cleaner during Act 1 of every performance and after the performance.
    Hand sanitizers will be available throughout the venue for your convenience.


  • THAC is offering limited seating with a maximum of 60 seats per show. Tickets are sold in socially distanced groupings of 1, 2, or 3 seats. Every other row has been blocked off as unusable for social distancing.
  • Seats open for sale have been measured and observe social distancing of at least 6’ apart, ensuring that only parties who arrive together will be seated together.
  • Several pairs of seats have been removed to create aisles so that patrons can reach their seats without coming within 6 feet of other parties. The front row has been removed to allow for further social distancing between performers and audience.
  • The seating area will be cleaned and sanitized with hospital-grade cleaner after every performance in preparation for the next performance/business day.
  • Seating will begin 30 minutes before curtain.


  • The THAC tech team has installed plexi-glass walls surrounding the stage to further protect the audience and artists from germs and air particles. The performers and musicians will always remain behind these walls.
  • We have installed HEPA air filters both onstage and among the audience to assist with proper ventilation.
  • We have increased the cleaning and disinfecting throughout the venue by utilizing hospital-grade cleaners. Our professional cleaning crew uses electro-static cleaning equipment after every performance. For more information on cleaning methods and practices, please visit the links below.


  • We have discontinued our concessions and bar services and will no longer offer cough drops.
  • The water fountain will not be available. THAC patrons are encouraged to bring a personal water bottle.
  • No hard copies of programs available. We will offer programs in digital form only. Programs will be sent to ticketholders via email or by scanning the QR code in the lobby of the theater.
  • No Will-Call or Box Office services during performances. The Box Office will be open normal business hours – M-F 10A – 3 P.


  • FREE PARKING can be found along the street (2-hour time limit from 9 AM – 6 PM)
  • FREE Light Rail parking lots (at the corner of Prince and Alamo or South Rio Grande and Main Street)

For a list of upcoming shows, please click here.

Holiday Main Stage Shows

THAC is not producing a full schedule holiday production this season due to COVID-19 restrictions.  However, we are moving forward with free filmed concert specials to enjoy in the safety and comfort of your own home! Starting in December, THAC will showcase new concerts from local artists you know and love!

David is a local cabaret pianist and singer who is also an accomplished composer. David has written several musicals, including The Great American Trailer Park Musical, which made its debut at the NY Fringe Festival in 2004 as well as an Off-Broadway production in 2005. David has also written an autobiographical cabaret called Me and My Piano which he has toured nationally. He has put together a holiday version of this cabaret.

“Oh, the weather outside is frightful…literally!!  But have no fear, Christmas is near.  And what better way to get into the spirit than a raucous, somewhat naughty, Christmas Cabaret?  A Piano And Me: Holiday Edition is a sequel of sorts to my solo show, A Piano And Me, which has now been performed across the country in LA, Denver and NY.  In prepping the first show I realized how much Christmas material I have written over the years — and how strangely inappropriate and outrageous most of it is!  So join me at the Clocktower Cabaret in downtown Denver for a holiday blast of musical fun.  Along with my guest Sharon K White, we will send you into the season with some good tunes and lots of laughs.  Stay warm – David Nehls”

Please click here for David Nehl’s performance.
Thank you to our first holiday concert sponsor, Aspen Grove.  For more local holiday event ideas and shopping, please visit their website.

Matthew is a Colorado native with a vast history of performing in Denver area theatres including Town Hall Arts Center and Country Dinner Playhouse. He moved to NYC and was a featured performer in the national tours of Jersey Boys and the revival tour of Miss Saigon.

Matthew will perform Rockin’ Holidays, featuring favorite rockin’ holiday classics from Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and a special guest appearance from former cast members of the hit show Jersey Boys.

Please click here for Matthew Dailey’s performance.

Robert Michael and Megan are a THAC love story and met during the 2007 THAC production of Gypsy, where they played opposite of each other as the characters Herbie and Mama Rose. They went on to play opposite each other a dozen times in various theaters, and eventually married in 2017. The song, “Dream Anywhere” was written by Robert Michael Sanders for Megan on the grand piano in the THAC lobby, on a break between shows.

Robert Michael and Megan will perform Full Circle, a celebration of music and paying homage to the place where they first met.

Please click here for Robert Michael and Megan’s performance.

Thank you for your continued patronage.  Happy Holidays!!!

2019/20 Season Single Tickets

Town Hall Arts Center’s 2019/20 Main Stage Season includes Cabaret, Meet Me In St. Louis, Disenchanted, Barefoot in the Park, Almost Heaven, and Little Shop of Horrors.

We are proud to announce that single tickets for the entire 2019/20 Main Stage Season, as well as our Concert Series, are now on sale! Visit the Buy Tickets page to read descriptions of the shows and purchase your tickets online. Tickets can also be purchased over the phone by calling 303.794.2787, ext. 5 or by stopping by the Box Office during normal business hours.