The 12, according to press notes, "follows the disciples as they face the ultimate test of faith in the wake of their leader’s unthinkable death."
Directed by Richard Seyd with choreography by Connor Gallagher, performances will run through April 26 in the Stage Theatre.
The cast consists of Terence Archie (John), Mike Backes (Swing), Jeannette Bayardelle (Mother Mary), Anthony Fedorov (Andrew), Colby Foytik (Jimmy), Colin Hanlon (Pete), Jordan Leigh (Matt), Andrew Mayer (Bart), Christina Sajous (Mary Magdalene), Maximilian Sangerman (Thad), Heath Saunders (Swing), Jordan Barbour (James), Brad Standley (Phil), Gregory Treco (Simon), Tony Vincent (Tom) and Erin Willis (Swing).
“The score of The 12, while totally original, is my open love letter to many of the great genres in the history of classic rock 'n' roll, and can only be tackled by powerful, authentic voices,” said composer Berg in an earlier statement. “We are thrilled with the cast and creative team we have assembled and cannot wait to bring this unique musical to Denver.”
The creative team also includes music director Michael Mancini, music supervisor Wendy Bobbitt Cavett, scenic designer John Iacovelli, costume designer Denitsa Bliznakova, lighting designer Lap Chi Chu and sound designer Zach Williamson.
Single tickets, starting at $30, may be purchased online at www.denvercenter.org, by phone at (303) 893-4100 or at Denver Center Ticket Services in the lobby of the Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex.