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2011-2012 Performance Season (by Series)

Subscription Tickets Go On Sale  June 1, 2011 to New Subscribers


PETER YARROW - Friday, October 7, 2011-8:00pm -An American icon who found fame in New York City's Greenwich Village with the 1960's folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary.  He co-wrote the timeless classic "Puff, the Magic Dragon" and embarked on a lifelong expression of how music of conscience can spark the imagination and passion of a generation.

CHRISTOPHER CROSS - Wednesday, October 19, 2011-8:00pm -With a meteoric rise to the top, the brightest musical star of the 1980's virtually defined adult contemporary radio.  With a series of smoothly sophisticated ballads including his hits "Sailing" and "Ride Like the Wind" he walked off with an unprecedented five Grammys and even an Academy Award for his theme to the movie "Arthur".

ADAM GROWE - Friday, November 4, 2011-8:00pm -One of Canada's most accomplished stand-up comedians currently hosts Discovery Channels "Cash Cab" as a licensed taxi driver that quizzes unsuspecting passengers on trivia questions all the way to their destination.  His one-man Comedy & Quiz Show is an uproarious interactive evening in which the audience will participate as contestants for cash prizes live on stage!

DINNERSTAGE SERIES-Dinner begins at 7:00pm Show at 8:00pm

MATT BELSANTE - Friday, October 14, 2011- At just twenty-six years of age and often compared to the  likes of Michael Bublé, this rising star is a contemporary big band singer, whose performances encompass jazz, pop and swing, reminiscent of the crooners of the 1940's and 50's.  

SUSAN MARSHALL- Friday, March 2, 2012-Born with a voice so pristine even atheists describe it as God-given.  Being raised in Memphis allowed the soul stew groove of the Bluff City to infuse her sultry sound with a funky serving that'll warm your heart and wink at your soul.

THEATRESTAGE SERIES Five performances Thursdays - Saturdays 8pm, and Saturdays and Sundays 3pm

HALLELUJAH GIRLS - October 27- 30, 2011 -A rollicking Southern comedy with the feisty females of Eden Falls, GA.  Hilarity abounds when Sugar Lee decides to shake up their lives.  Carlene's buried three husbands, Nita's dealing with a problematic son and his probation officer, Mavis wants to fake her own death to get out of her marriage, and sweet Crystal entertains with her own hilarious Christmas carol lyrics.

THEATREKIDS CONSERVATORY-Helping kids develop enthusiastic lives through the performing arts. This new theatre program is designed for students grades 7-12 and culminates in full scale productions.  In addition to the performance preparations, the fall program will include adjunct classes in costuming, make-up, stage lighting and scenic design.  We have expanded the program to include a second production this year that is just a little bit different. The tuition for each program is $75.  All participants will be included in the productions, but the individual parts will be cast via auditions.  This year's productions are OKLAHOMA and STARFISH CIRCUS.

STARFISH CIRCUS-Registration Deadline December 29, 2011-- Auditions Jan. 12 -- Rehearsals Jan. 16-27-- Two performances Saturday, January 28, 2012-2:30pm and 7:00pm-- ($75 Tuition Fee)-In just fourteen rehearsal days, professional circus coaches cast and rehearse students in aerial skills, partner acrobatics, clowning, juggling and showmanship to prepare a 60-minute circus show.

Invite a special group of friends and associates to a show and save on the cost of individual tickets.  Business Clientele and Associates-Churches and Civic Organizations-Youth/Adult Groups-Scout Troops and Seniors.
Groups of ten or more can select their block of seats and pay only $15.00 per ticket for any of our Showcase Series performances.

For personal assistance in creating a special group event at the Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center, call 901-385-6440.

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