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Our all-ages chorus is open to everyone. Will you join us?
We sing for kids in Denver – both in professional theaters and school assemblies.
If you complete 3 rehearsals and 1 performance you’ll get your Graduation Certificate. Among other benefits, this qualifies you to play that role in all future performances.

  • REHEARSALS: Sundays 1-4pm
  • PERFORMANCES: Sundays 1-5pm

Rehearsals and performances take place at The Jester’s Palace 1527 Champa St. Denver, CO. (Additionally, school assemblies take place at the schools in the greater Denver area.)
Join us in our mission to bring musical theater to every child.
Will you join the awesome volunteer team singing operettas for kids in Denver? Yes! I’d love to get started and join the Chorus.

Basic roles include singing/performing roles as well as help directing, choreographing and technical engineering, as well as designing sets, costumes and lighting.

  • BRUCE THE GOOSE – A charismatic, ambitious diva who only cares about himself.
  • PUCK THE DUCK – A wise, prudent, humble steward who cares about everyone. She wears a flat cap.
  • BEA THE BEE – An anxious, hard-working, always-busy journalist with integrity. She wears a press hat and carries a reporter’s journal and pencil.
  • EARL THE SQUIRREL – A nervous, frightened, paranoid father who believes anything he’s told. He wears a knit cap.
  • SCOUT THE TROUT – An upright, decent veteran who has to struggle just to survive. She wears a dixie cup hat.
  • CHORUS – A variety of animals throughout the Lake.

We’re also looking for production help with promotion, public relations, community outreach, and leadership.
All roles are open to everyone. Join us today.
Are you ready to help save the musicals and join the Chorus?Yes! I want to learn more about joining the Chorus.

Save The Musicals is a Colorado nonprofit providing musical theater supplies and licenses to public schools free of charge. We currently award grants to 14 Public Schools, where 420 student performers sing for audiences of 7,000 students. Learn more.

You can contact us if you have any questions.

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