Theatre Calendar 2014

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Theatre Calendar 2014
More great theatre
events not included in the
“Gem Season” package
Crystal Theatre
Presents
For more information
(906) 367-4072 or www.TheCrystalTheatre.org
EVENT SCHEDULE: June-September 2014
ALL PERFORMANCES ARE CENTRAL TIME
PACKAGE OPTIONS
(Compared to 9 individual box office purchases)
mSingle Adult - $120 (Savings of $60)
mCouple - $180 (Savings of $80)
mSingle Senior - $105 (at least age 60)
(Savings of $75)
mSenior Couple - $170 (Savings of $190)
mFamily -$180 (one/two adults plus youths under 18 in same family) (Savings of $270)
Detach and mail payment to:
Crystal Theatre, P.O. Box 275
Crystal Falls, MI 49920
Make check payable to Crystal Theatre.
(906) 367-4072 or www.TheCrystalTheatre.org
Name:________________________________
Address:______________________________
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Advanced tickets for individual events may be purchased
for $17 the week prior to the performance and for $20 at
the door. Youth admission is $5 at the door
You may loan your season ticket to a friend
if you are unable to attend an event!
SATURDAY, MAY 17
AT 6:00 P.M.
A Tribute to Houdini
Guinness World Champion
Escapologist Mario Manzini
recreates Harry Houdini’s
legendary escapes and amazes
audiences with illusions.
Crystal Theatre is proud to
host these two Pine Mountain
Music Festival Concerts
TUESDAY, JULY 22 AT 7:30 P.M.
Cabaret with Lucy Thrasher and Friends
Celebrating her 20th year
with Pine Mountain Music
Festival, operatic soprano
Lucy Thrasher performs
with friends Anne Jennifer
Nash and Holly Janz.
TUESDAY, JULY 29 AT 7:30 P.M.
Handel and Hoiby Opera Concert
Critically acclaimed
conductor and pianist
Joseph Mechavich
accompanies Lee Hoiby’s
opera, The Italian Lesson,
and excerpts from Handel’s
greatest operas.
EVENT SCHEDULE: June-September 2014
All Performances are Central Time
SATURDAY, JULY 12 AT 7:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 31 AT 3:00 P.M.
Performing on the theatre’s Steinway D concert
grand piano, Frederick Moyer adds the U.P. to his
impressive list of far-flung venues in 43 countries.
The repertoire of this versatile 10-member
band.,with its striking vocals and blazing horn
section, ranges from classic rock, rhythm and
blues, to cajun and country.
Concert Pianist Frederick Moyer
SATURDAY, MAY 31 AT 6:00 P.M.
Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets
Back by popular demand, this energetic quartet
opens the season with charming, theatrical
renditions of doo-wop and early rock ’n roll
favorites.
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 AT 6:00 P.M.
The Ron Smolen Orchestra
Hip Pocket Rocks
SUNDAY, JULY 27
AT 3:00 P.M.
Rosemary Clooney
Tribute
Award-winning Jazz
singer Ellen Winters
weaves the hits that made
Rosemary Clooney famous
with stories of the joys
and sorrows of one of
America’s sweethearts.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
AT 3:00 P.M.
Wickerham and Kroekel Organ/
Piano Duo
Dave Wickerham at the pipe organ and Dick
Kroekel at the concert grand team up again for
a “Red, White and Blue American Music Tribute.”
Serving the Chicago land area for 35 years, this
11-piece dance orchestra, featuring vocalist Sally
Kokos, turns every night into New Year’s Eve.
SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 27
AT 6:00 P.M.
SATURDAY, JUNE 28 AT 6:00 P.M.
Jim Riggs Silent Film and Organ Concert
Renowned theater organist Jim Riggs revives
the silent film era accompanying the 1923
romantic comedy “Safety Last” on the
Mighty Moller.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9 AT 6:00 P.M.
New South Rampart Street Paraders
Touted as “Milwaukee Area’s Greatest Authentic
New Orleans Dixieland Band,” this group will be
joined by vocalist Lisa Edgar and organist Dave
Wickerham.
Order at www.TheCrystalTheatre.org
Red Tail Ring and
Mark Dvorak
Americana roots duo Michael
Beauchamp and Laurel Premo
share the stage with folk
singer Mark Dvorak, making
old songs sound new and
new songs sound familiar.

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