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Savion Glover
Featuring Tony Award­–winning choreographer and dancer Savion Glover
Saturday Night Alive is the signature benefit for arts education programs at the DCPA. In 2016, more than $1,000,000 was raised, with net proceeds of $840,000 helping share theatre with more than 84,000 Colorado youth.

Saturday Night Alive is the night out in Denver and one of the most highly-anticipated social events of the year.

Saturday Night Alive brings together a sellout crowd of 800 leaders from the Denver community for a memorable event.

Your support helps nurture tomorrow’s stars – of stage, classroom, workplace and the world. Thank you!

MARCH 4, 2017
Events of the Evening

5:30pm Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
Silent auction
Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex lobby
7:30pm Dinner Seawell Ballroom
9:30pm Entertainment The Stage Theatre
10:30pm Desserts and dancing Seawell Ballroom

Saturday Night Alive


Silver Table | $10,000

  • VIP Table of ten with table placard and preferred theatre seating
  • Full page ad or acknowledgment in the Saturday Night Alive program
  • Invitation for four to the Patron Party and auction preview at Westin Downtown Denver
  • Recognition from the stage and inclusion in video presentation

Individual tickets

BMW Patron ticket | $2,500 per person

All patron ticket benefits plus:

  • Ticket to Entertainer Meet & Greet reception
  • Transportation to and from event provided by Murray BMW of Denver

Patron ticket | $1,000 per person

All individual ticket benefits plus:

  • Preferred theatre seating
  • Invitation to the Patron Party and Auction Preview at the Westin Downtown Denver
  • Invitation to pre-event Patron reception
  • Overnight hotel accommodations on March 4 plus brunch on Sunday, March 5 OR contribute more to the DCPA with a larger tax deduction

Individual ticket | $600 per person
Extremely limited. Please call 303.446-4812 for availability.

  • Event ticket including cocktails, auction, dinner, entertainment, and dancing

The 37th Annual Saturday Night Alive will feature Tony Award­–winning choreographer and dancer Savion Glover.

Savion GloverThe choreographer and legendary tap dancer has inspired Broadway fans for decades, starting his career at age 12 as The Tap Dance Kid and continuing with Black and Blue, Jelly’s Last Jam and Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk, which garnered him a Tony for Best Choreography. He received another Best Choreography nomination in 2016 for his work on Shuffle Along, or, the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. He was also recently featured on Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance.

Glover's fast footwork and amazing rhythms continue to influence the lives of young people through his HooFeRzCLuB School for Tap, as well as visiting schools across the country to spread enthusiasm for dance and arts education as a whole.

Saturday Night Alive includes an extensive, high-end silent auction with more than 100 items valued at $1,000 or more, including trips around the world, jewelry, art and sports memorabilia, and the highly-anticipated surprise boxes.

Saturday Night Alive patron makes a bid at the 2014 event.

BMW of Denver Downtown2017 Saturday Night Alive driven by Presenting Sponsor

Please contact us at 303.446.4813 for Saturday Night Alive sponsorship information.

Sponsorship Levels

 Platinum Sponsor
 Emerald Sponsor
 Gold SponsorSNA17 Sponsors
 Silver Sponsor

Thank you to our 2017 Event Sponsors
2017 Saturday Night Alive Sponsors

Surprise Box Sponsor: Kendra Scott

Saturday Night Alive has been a success for 36 years thanks in large part to our dedicated volunteers.

2017 Saturday Night Alive Leadership Committee

Event Chairs:
L. Roger & Meredith Hutson

Event Vice Chairs:
Lyn & Dr. Michael Schaffer

Silent Auction Chairs:
Susan & Steve Struna

Corporate Co-Chairs:
David Young, MD, & Sylvia Young, President and CEO, HealthONE
Faye & Reginald Washington, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

Net proceeds, totaling more than $18 million over the past 36 years, support our theatre education programs. DCPA Education connects inspired learning with the creative process for 84,000 youth students statewide each year.