The season will include the return of a holiday classic as well as plays from Tom Stoppard and Lynn Nottage.
Henderson, who currently serves as the company’s artistic director, will now be an executive leader.
The season will feature Lanford Wilson’s ‘Fifth of July,’ starring Trish Hawkins, in a reprise of her Broadway role.
The Denver Center Theatre Company season will feature two world premieres.
The season includes an updated ‘Christmas Carol’ and a Lloyd Price jukebox musical.
The 9-show lineup will include 3 musicals, several comedies, a recent Tony-winning Best Play, an American classic, and a world premiere.
Also returning after hit runs in L.A. are ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ ‘Come From Away,’ ‘Ain’t Too Proud,’ and ‘Les Misérables.’
The season will feature new and classic comedies that run the gamut of human experience.
The Missouri theatre will feature two new works and ‘In the Heights.’
The season will feature five world premieres, including works from Theresa Rebeck, Craig Lucas, Mike Daisey, and more.