Lakewood Cultural Center announces the 2022-23 Season

Published on June 21, 2022

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Lakewood Cultural Center announces the LCC Presents 2022-2023 season

Season tickets are on sale now at or the LCC Box Office

June 21, 2022 – The Lakewood Cultural Center (LCC) is thrilled to announce the LCC Presents 2022-2023 season, bringing a dynamic mix of music and theater to Lakewood beginning in September. LCC is known for presenting vibrant, world-class performances in an intimate venue where the farthest seat is just 12 rows from the stage.

The 2022-2023 season offers a celebration of diverse cultures, up-and-coming vocalists, holiday favorites, and thrilling performance art. Highlights include performances by SALT Contemporary Dance premiering works by Micaela Taylor, Olivier Wevers, and SALT's Joni McDonald; fresh productions of familiar favorites by The Acting Company; and a “light-painting” exhibition paired with jazz music. Daniel Hsu, a Cliburn Competition Bronze Medalist will open the LCC Presents season on September 29.

“The Lakewood Cultural Center is all about people — what we create and what we experience together,” said LCC administrator Rita Sommers. “We invite audiences to come experience something new.”

Create-your-own packages of four or more performances are now available at the Lakewood Cultural Center Box Office at 470 S. Allison Parkway (Wadsworth Boulevard and West Alameda Avenue), and 303-987-7845.

Tickets for individual performances go on sale Monday, August 8.

About Lakewood Cultural Center

Hailed as one of “10 Colorado arts organizations that get it right” by the Denver Post, Lakewood Cultural Center (LCC) is known throughout the state for its exceptional programming.

Located just 15 minutes from downtown Denver at 470 S. Allison Parkway in Lakewood, LCC offers intimate access to world-class performances. The facility hosts a 320-seat theater, art galleries, fine art and dance studios, meeting and event spaces and a full calendar of fine and performing art classes, camps, performances, and special events. Patrons can enjoy free parking, on-site refreshments, and a fully accessible experience. To learn more, visit or 303-987-7845.