Performances of the developmental production began Aug. 29 and continue through Sept. 15.
Directed by Eli Gonda, The Kid was written with Christine Boylan. Rob Lewis provides musical direction.
"In this coming-of-age story, Joey takes the audience from his hometown of Boston to sold-out stadium tours, when three generations of family drama becomes three decades of stage dreams," press notes state. "With music from his childhood, music he helped make famous and music that inspires him, The Kid is about the power of family — the family we’re born to, the families we make — and how sometimes finding your own voice starts with learning how to listen. The Kid shows us that every stage is different — and you may have to play them all before you find your stage."
The youngest member of New Kids on the Block, McIntyre has also acted onstage and in film and television. His theatre credits include Wicked, tick, tick, boom!, Happy Days: The Musical, Babes in Arms and Barking Sharks. His film work includes "The Fantasticks," "Tony and Tina’s Wedding," "New Year’s Eve" and "The Heat," and his TV credits includes "Boston Public," "Love Inc.," "Less Than Perfect," "Psych," "90210," "CSI: NY" and "Motive."
Tickets are available by calling (303) 893-4100 or visiting denvercenter.org.