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Brian Copeland & Friends


Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 7:30pm

Standup comedian, author, playwright and radio talk show host Brian Copeland, will be bringing a few of his funniest friends to entertain us in Lighten UP! You won't want to miss this evening of fun and laughter. Recommended for audiences 14 years and above.



December

December '63


Sunday, August 16, 2015 at 2pm

Oh What a Night! December '63 showcases all your favorite Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons songs. Sherry, Walk Like a Man, Big Girls Don't Cry and others will have you singing along as the cast and band take you on a musical journey with Frankie and the boys. Revisit the fun of the hit musical and film, Jersey Boys.




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Nashville Gold


Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 7:30pm


Stomp your boots and sing along to the greatest country artists of all time. Nashville Gold samples the earliest days of "Hillbilly Music" through the Grand Ole Opry, Singing Cowboys, Western Swing, Honky Tonk, Urban Cowboy right up to today's New Country. No era of good ol' music is left behind!




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DeGrazia Sisters

Best of Broadway


An Evening of Memories & Melodies


Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 7:30pm

Broadway stars and sisters-in-law Elizabeth and Kristen DeGrazia celebrate a glorious evening of musical theater show-stoppers. Their credits include Les Miserables, Phantom, Side Show, and Jane Eyre. Local favorites, tenor Matthew Liebowitz and accompanist Allier Manahan, round out the evening.




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T Sisters


Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 7:30pm


Capturing the magic of classic girl groups, siblings Erika, Rachel and Chloe Tietjen combine their close harmonies and inventive arrangements with plenty of sass. Their sound melds elements of folk, gospel, Americana, R&B, bluegrass and soul in their original songs and covers. Come hear what's happening in contemporary folk music today!




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Brian Copeland's

The Jewelry Box


Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 2pm

In this hilariously heart-warming story, six-year old Brian heads to the "mean streets" of Oakland to earn $11.97 to buy his mom a Christmas gift from the White Front store. The Jewelry Box follows Brian's adventures as he scours the "help wanted" ads, applies for jobs, and collects bottles, inching his way toward the perfect Christmas gift.