Can I reserve specific seats?
All BETC performances in the Grace Gamm Theater are reserved seating. Please note, The Wolves will be performed in the Carsen Theater, which is general admission seating. If you have a physical disability or hearing impairment, please call the Dairy Center Box Office at (303) 444-7328, and accommodations can be made.
Is there an intermission?
It depends on the show. Check the show’s page on our website to find out.
May I eat and drink during the show?
At the Dairy Center, you may enjoy a beverage while watching BETC performances. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale in the lobby before the show and during intermission. You may also bring your own non-alcoholic beverage with you, provided it is not in a glass container. Food is strictly prohibited in the Grace Gamm Theater.
I’m a BETC subscriber, how do I reserve my tickets?
You can reserve your subscriber tickets via phone, email, or online! Go to our Current Subscribers page for more information.
Can I find out more about the show?
We at BETC recognize that not everyone likes to be surprised, and we acknowledge that some may be negatively triggered by certain conversations, themes, or actions. Therefore, we are providing comprehensive synopses of each play. Please note, these synopses contain spoilers! Read the synopses.
Can I bring the kids?
BETC productions are usually intended for adult and young adult audiences. Please visit the webpage (or read the synopses) for each specific show to learn more about the plays. BETC does not offer specific advisories about subject matter, as sensitivities vary from person to person. If you have any questions about content or age-appropriateness, please call the BETC Office at (303) 351-BETC. Please note that we do not permit children under the age of six into the theater, and we do not permit babes-in-arms.
Where do I park?
The Dairy Center has a free parking lot with limited availability located on the west side of the building. On evenings and weekends, there is also overflow parking in the marked lots across 26th Street to the north. Free street parking is available as well. Click here to view more details about parking and directions for our performances.
What if I’m running late to the show?
BETC performances start on time. Latecomers are seated at the discretion of BETC staff and Dairy Center house management. As the theater is small and intimate, and the only entrance for patrons is between the stage and the audience, latecomers may have to wait for a suitable break in the action before being seated. If patrons arrive more than 20 minutes after the performance has begun, they will not be seated until intermission, or not at all if there is no intermission. Latecomers must sit where instructed, and may not change seats during the show. If there is an intermission, and space is available, latecomers may change seats at that time.