Monthly News

Mother Nature caused us the cancel the February 8th, 2020 performance of Mac Arnold and Plate Full of Blues. Fortunately, we have been able to reschedule the performance for September 12th, 2020, and bring back this favorite. If you had tickets to the February 8th performance, your tickets have automatically been transferred to the September 12th performance. There is nothing you need to do. Please call the Box Office during business hours (10am-2pm Monday-Friday) if you need to make other arrangements. If you didn’t have tickets, you don’t want to miss this performance! Mac Arnold and Plate Full of Blues is Chicago blues at its finest! Mac has been playing to audiences for 7 decades and still sells out every year. A thrilling evening for all! Tickets: Adult $29/ Student $25.

Auditions for Out of Order have been completed and rehearsals are under way. This play is a classic slamming-door comedy–which is more about slamming windows, a wandering eye and a wandering corpse! Junior Minister Richard Willey sets up a night of passion with the opposition leader’s secretary only to discover a dead body in the window—and, in trying to cover up his indiscretion, only makes the situation worse. Performances for this great comedy by Ray Cooney will be performed March 6-8 and March 13-15.  Tickets:  Adult $22 / Student $9.

Auditions for Last Roundup of the Guacamole Queens will be conducted March 21 (10am-1pm), 23 (6-8pm), 24 (6-8pm), and 28th (10am-1pm).  FARCE by Jones-Hope-Wooten (If you loved Doublewide, Texas, just buy your ticket!) The action takes place primarily in Wide Bride, a “wedding gown boutique for big gals,” owned by Verdeen cousins in Sweetgum, Texas. Sales are sagging and they have one opportunity to get their side business of party planning off and running: catering the last reunion of the Sweetgum High School before the school is demolished. One catastrophe follows another and crazy characters come and go with lightning speed–including an old classmate with a peculiar “little buddy” and the Texas Governor who is making a surprise stop at the reunion. You’ll be twirling a lasso and gurgling with laughter.  Performances will be May 22-24 and May 29-31.  Tickets:  Adults $22 / Students $9

Saturday Mar 28, 2020, the Vintage Vixens perform.  You’ll love this groovy and funky all-female group that will have you dancing to 60’s favorites with some 70’s thrown in as only they can do it!  Tickets: Adult $29/ Student $25

Saturday Apr 4, 2020,Legacy Motown Review performs.  Paying homage to the music that molded multiple generations, The Legacy takes you back to the days of The Drifters, Coasters, Temptations, 4 Tops, Jackson 5 and so many more legendary icons! Featuring talented performers that dance and sing, plus an amazing six-piece horn band, you will be transported back in time to one of the most influential periods in American Musical History
Tickets: Adult $39/ Student $35

 

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