Student Activities at Bridge: Fine Tune Your English at the Denver Center Theatre Company


Attention theatre lovers!
 Here is a little known fact about the magic of your BridgeEnglish student ID cards: if you present your ID card an hour before any of the fantastic plays at the Denver Center Theatre Company, you can buy a discounted ticket for only $10! Though this does exclude any of the big, traveling Broadway shows, it still leaves an incredible choice of locally produced theatre.

Theatre is one of the most enriching things you can immerse yourself in while you’re in studying English in the USA. Watching American movies to practice your English is fine, but there are advantages to live theatre performances that movies just don’t have.

For instance, theatre is often a setting where artistic experimentation occurs. This means that during a performance you can see beyond the shallow plots of, say, an action movie or a romantic comedy, and get an amazing idea about the real issues at the heart of American culture.

Theatre can also be far more engaging as an audience-member, because the crackling energy of live theatre can be very exciting. On the stage, there is a rich give-and-take between actors and audience that cannot be felt on a lifeless screen. If you want to know more, you’ll have to experience it to find out!

Not to mention that watching live performances is a great way to tune your ear to different American accents and practice your English listening skills. And if you hang around afterwards, you might even start a conversation about the performance with a fellow theatre-goer. The possibilities to practice your new English skills are endless.

Performances at the Denver Center often cost at least $40 per ticket, so the discounted student price should not be missed!

Don’t have a student ID? Just talk to one of the receptionists at the front desk, and they will be happy to make one for you!Theatre seatsAttention theatre lovers! Here is a little known fact about the magic of your BridgeEnglish student ID cards: if you present your ID card an hour before any of the fantastic plays at the Denver Center Theatre Company, you can but a discounted ticket for only $10! Though this does exclude any of the big, traveling Broadway shows, it still leaves an incredible choice of locally produced theatre.

Theatre is one of the most enriching things you can immerse yourself in while you’re in studying English in the USA. Watching American movies to practice your English is fine, but there are advantages to live theatre performances that movies just don’t have.

For instance, theatre is often a setting where artistic experimentation occurs. This means that during a performance you can see beyond the shallow plots of, say, an action movie or a romantic comedy, and get an amazing idea about the real issues at the heart of American culture.

Theatre can also be far more engaging as an audience-member, because the crackling energy of live theatre can be very exciting. On the stage, there is a rich give-and-take between actors and audience that cannot be felt on a lifeless screen. If you want to know more, you’ll have to experience it to find out!

Not to mention that watching live performances is a great way to tune your ear to different American accents and practice your English listening skills. And if you hang around afterwards, you might even start a conversation about the performance with a fellow theatre-goer. The possibilities to practice your new English skills are endless.

Performances at the Denver Center often cost at least $40 per ticket, so the discounted student price should not be missed!

Don’t have a student ID? Just talk to one of the receptionists at the front desk, and they will be happy to make one for you!Theatre seatsAttention theatre lovers! Here is a little known fact about the magic of your BridgeEnglish student ID cards: if you present your ID card an hour before any of the fantastic plays at the Denver Center Theatre Company, you can but a discounted ticket for only $10! Though this does exclude any of the big, traveling Broadway shows, it still leaves an incredible choice of locally produced theatre.

Theatre is one of the most enriching things you can immerse yourself in while you’re in studying English in the USA. Watching American movies to practice your English is fine, but there are advantages to live theatre performances that movies just don’t have.

For instance, theatre is often a setting where artistic experimentation occurs. This means that during a performance you can see beyond the shallow plots of, say, an action movie or a romantic comedy, and get an amazing idea about the real issues at the heart of American culture.

Theatre can also be far more engaging as an audience-member, because the crackling energy of live theatre can be very exciting. On the stage, there is a rich give-and-take between actors and audience that cannot be felt on a lifeless screen. If you want to know more, you’ll have to experience it to find out!

Not to mention that watching live performances is a great way to tune your ear to different American accents and practice your English listening skills. And if you hang around afterwards, you might even start a conversation about the performance with a fellow theatre-goer. The possibilities to practice your new English skills are endless.

Performances at the Denver Center often cost at least $40 per ticket, so the discounted student price should not be missed!

Don’t have a student ID? Just talk to one of the receptionists at the front desk, and they will be happy to make one for you!Theatre seatsAttention theatre lovers! Here is a little known fact about the magic of your BridgeEnglish student ID cards: if you present your ID card an hour before any of the fantastic plays at the Denver Center Theatre Company, you can but a discounted ticket for only $10! Though this does exclude any of the big, traveling Broadway shows, it still leaves an incredible choice of locally produced theatre.

Theatre is one of the most enriching things you can immerse yourself in while you’re in studying English in the USA. Watching American movies to practice your English is fine, but there are advantages to live theatre performances that movies just don’t have.

For instance, theatre is often a setting where artistic experimentation occurs. This means that during a performance you can see beyond the shallow plots of, say, an action movie or a romantic comedy, and get an amazing idea about the real issues at the heart of American culture.

Theatre can also be far more engaging as an audience-member, because the crackling energy of live theatre can be very exciting. On the stage, there is a rich give-and-take between actors and audience that cannot be felt on a lifeless screen. If you want to know more, you’ll have to experience it to find out!

Not to mention that watching live performances is a great way to tune your ear to different American accents and practice your English listening skills. And if you hang around afterwards, you might even start a conversation about the performance with a fellow theatre-goer. The possibilities to practice your new English skills are endless.

Performances at the Denver Center often cost at least $40 per ticket, so the discounted student price should not be missed!

Don’t have a student ID? Just talk to one of the receptionists at the front desk, and they will be happy to make one for you!

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