nnouncing our 2013-14 CENTER SERIES:
"Normal Is Never Amazing!"
Current Center Series seat-holders have until March 15 to reserve their same seats. After March 15, the general public will be able to reserve seats for the entire season.
Center Series Season 13-14 Seats: Adults $105 and Children $35
Add a Holiday Bonus Show for an extra $15 for Adults and $5 for Students to make it $120 for Adults and $40 for Students
A limited number of general seating tickets for each individual show will be available: Adults $18, Students $5
2013-14 Center Series "Normal Is Never Amazing!"
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Grammy-Award-Winner and Montana native Rhonda Larson integrates her classical training with various ethnic traditions, eras, and flutes from around the world. Her music merges the most soulful elements of scared, folk, medieval, classical, and Celtic music. Rhonda's band Ventus includes Chris Rosser a multi-instrumentalist, classically trained on piano, but also plays a variety of middle eastern string instruments and world percussionist Carolyn Koebel.
Juno nominees and winners of the 2010 Canadian Folk Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year, Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine of Dala write and sing in harmony best described as angelic. These two best friends met in their high school music class in 2002; they have since released five albums and toured extensively across North America. Darlings of the Canadian music scene, Dala are now poised to bring their fresh brand of acoustic pop music to the world.
Emmy award winning actor Anthony Zerbe captivates audiences in "It's All Done With Mirrors... damn everything but the circus," a performance of the poetry and prose of E.E. Cummings. A master character actor, Zerbe renders Cummings' image-rich/wordfracturing poetry as entertaining, witty and uncommon theatre. Zerbe is recognized as one of the country's most versatile character actors with extensive credits in film, television and theatre. His feature films include: The Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions, Star Trek Insurrection, True Crimes and License to Kill. He starred in the television series The Young Riders and received an Emmy for his performance as Lt. K.C. Trench in the series Harry-O. He has also been a guest star in series such as Gunsmoke, Mission Impossible, Murder She Wrote, Frasier, and many more.
The FM Symphony Orchestra presents "A Caribbean Christmas". Their annual holiday pops concert with a steel drum band as special guests. This show is the "Holiday Bonus" optional add-on in our 2013-14 Center Series. Center Series seat-holders can add this show to their Center Series subscription for just $15. On August 1, sales will open up to the public. Tickets for non-Center Series seat-holders are $20 for adults and $5 for students.
"Breathtakingly athletic," "powerfully beautiful," performing "vibrant choreography" are among the many critical accolades that Thodos Dance Chicago has received. This ensemble of well-rounded artists who teach, choreograph and perform brings contemporary dance to a wider audience with an appealing style incorporating a variety of dance forms created and performed with an innovative flair. The Company's highly unique mission of inspiring expression through dance education, dance creation and dance performance has established Thodos Dance Chicago as an innovative presence in American contemporary dance.
From the beautiful West Coast of Canada comes this extraordinary quintet, renowned among folk music fans of all ages for their instrumental virtuosity, lush vocal arrangements, exuberant live performances, evocative songwriting, and refreshingly innovative interpretations of traditional tunes from around the globe. In 2004, with the release of their stunning third CD, Let Em Run, The Bills secured their place as one of the most inventive and talented acts on the North American and Western European folk music scene.
PROJECT Trio is taking chamber music to a whole new level. Greg Pattillo, flute; Eric Stephenson, cello; and Peter Seymour, bass; are pushing the boundaries of chamber music with a high-octane mix of classical, jazz, hip-hop, and rock. The Trio performs to enthusiastic audiences of all ages in concert halls, clubs, and classrooms around the world. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Pattillo, Stephenson, and Seymour founded PROJECT Trio in Boulder, Colorado in the summer of 2005.
Frank Ferrante (Groucho)is an actor, director, and producer described by The New York Times as "the greatest living interpreter of GrouchoMarx's material." Discovered by Groucho's son Arthur when Frank was a drama student at the University of SouthernCalifornia, Frank originated the off-Broadway title role in Groucho: A Life in Revue (written by Arthur) portraying the comedian from age 15 to 85. For this role, Frank won 1987's New York's Theatre World Award.