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The Performing Arts events here at the Haugh Performing Arts Center just keep getting better and better.
Our own Performing Arts Department is virtually exploding with activity – nearly a dozen major productions showcasing
our talented student singers, dancers, actors, and instrumentalists are featured in these pages, along with a diverse array
of world-class entertainers, performers, and productions.
We think our schedule has something for everyone – afternoons and evenings that promise to be entertaining, uplifting,
educational, energetic, nostalgic, hilarious, toe-tapping, spectacular, rewarding, and just plain FUN.
Our newly redesigned website ( makes it easier than ever to find out what we’re doing – to buy tickets –
and to share information about HPAC with friends. Be sure to visit and give us your email address so we can keep you up to
date, and spread the word about the Haugh when you notice a show you think others will enjoy.
And remember – as all of us here at Citrus remember every day – that it’s all here for YOU. In a fast-paced world, let us
make it easy to slow down and enjoy. Make the performing arts a part of your life – they make it worth living!
Greg Hinrichsen
Director of Performing Arts
Cover photo of Tommy Tune by Howard Schatz
Brochure design by Diane Berendes
Season Highlights At-A-Glance...
28 The Romeros
4 Sally Struthers in Nunsense
9-12 Cabaret
16-17 A Night of Music from Film
18 James and the Giant Peach
19 Kris Kristofferson
25 Orphan Train:
The Lost Children
8 Amber Brown is Not a Crayon
9 Debbie Reynolds
14-23 Red Ryder?
22 The Crayon Court
23 Eileen Ivers
6-21 Christmas Is...
13 Candy Cane Corners and
The Almost Un-Christmas!
18 HoliDance! Concert
Ozark Jubilee
The Ant and the Elephant
The Queen of Bingo
The Neville Brothers
Moscow Cats Theatre
Doc Severinsen in
El Ritmo de la Vida
13 State Ballet of Russia’s
21 Marcus Belgrave’s
A Tribute to Louis Armstrong
27-28 The Wizard of Oz
1 The Wizard of Oz
14 Pippi Longstocking
22 Miss Mitzi Gaynor
27-28 Battle of the Big Bands 6
California Suite
The Phantom Tollbooth
Gilligan’s Island: The Musical!
The Lion, the Witch, and
the Wardrobe
19 100 Years of Broadway
24-26 Curtain Up!
25 Tommy Tune
2 Julius Caesar
3 Roger Williams
9 Cary Hoffman in My Sinatra
15-16 Razor’s Edge:
Dance on the Verge
15-23 The Grapes of Wrath
17 Folk Festival: Tom Rush &
The Lovell Sisters Band
29-31 Citrus Singers 2009
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The Royal Family of the Guitar
The Romeros
Sunday, September 28, 2008
at 2PM
Sally Struthers
Student/Senior: $26
This celebrated family guitar dynasty,
now made up of Celin, Pepe, Celino, and
Lito returns to Citrus after an absence of
over 25 years. A few fortunate musicians
rise to the peak of a musical art form;
a very few originate an art form.
The Romeros have done both: four
virtuosi on the same instrument in the
same family is unique in the musical world. With countless performances world-wide, the
New York Times says of them “Collectively, they are the only classical guitar quartet of real
stature in the world today; in fact, they virtually invented the format.”
“What the Three Tenors are to the world of opera, the Romeros are to the classical guitar.”
– Joaquin Rodrigo, Spanish Composer
Photo: Sandy Scheller
Tickets: $28
Book, music, and lyrics by Dan Goggin
Saturday, October 4, 2008 at 8PM
Tickets, Section 1: $40
Tickets, Section 2: $35
Nunsense offers a conventful of hilarity for the whole family. You‘ll roar with laughter at
the hilarious antics of the Little Sisters of Hoboken, New Jersey, as they stage a fundraising
talent show on the set of their students’ production of Grease. Presiding over the mayhem
is Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Sally Struthers (All in the Family, Gilmore Girls) as
the Reverend Mother. Come see for yourself why “Nunsense is habit forming!”
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
Student/Senior: $38
Student/Senior: $33
Citrus Musical Theatre Workshop presents
Citrus Fine and Performing Arts Department presents
A Night of Music
From Film
Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten
and stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander • Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Directed by John Vaughan
October 16 & 17, 2008 at 8PM
Tickets: $12
October 9, 10, & 11, 2008 at 8PM
October 11 & 12, 2008 at 2PM
Tickets: $17.50 Student/Senior: $16.50
Citrus Little Theatre
Student/Senior: $10
The Citrus Sierra Wind Symphony recreates famous
moments from film in this annual showcase.
Set in a decadent Berlin night club in the 1920s, Cabaret focuses
a distorted lens on the rising Nazi powers. Within the cabaret, life
is beautiful; outside, the world is rushing toward the cataclysmic
events of World War II. Musical numbers include Willkommen,
Cabaret, Don't Tell Mama, Tomorrow Belongs To Me, and Two Ladies.
photo: Dan Vilter
PLEASE NOTE: “Cabaret” deals with adult themes, sexuality, and
violence. Viewer discretion advised.
An Intimate Afternoon with a Living Legend -
Kris Kristofferson
Sunday, October 19, 2008 at 2PM
Tickets, Section 1: $45
Tickets, Section 2: $40
Student/Senior: $43
Student/Senior: $38
Kris Kristofferson has reached living legend status – and this
concert, featuring just Kris alone onstage with his guitar, is a very
personal acoustic afternoon with the legendary music maker. His
songs Me and Bobby McGee, Help Me Make It Through the
Night, Sunday Morning Coming Down, and For the Good Times,
all chart-topping hits, helped redefine country songwriting. After
more than 30 years of writing and performing music, his current
focus is on solo performance. In his words: “There’s an honesty
in the sparseness...being alone is freer somehow. It’s like being
an old blues guy, just completely stripped away.”
America’s Favorite Mother. . .
Debbie Reynolds
in Concert
With musical director Joey Singer
Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 2PM
Tickets, Section 1: $50
Tickets, Section 2: $45
Student/Senior: $48
Student/Senior: $43
Join “America’s Sweetheart” for this very special afternoon that looks back at a
glorious career that has (so far!) included starring during the glory years of the
MGM musicals and headlining in showrooms across the country and abroad.
Debbie’s show is filled with the laughter, warmth, tuneful music, and personal
insights that have made her an entertainment icon for decades.
Citrus Theatre Arts Department presents
When You
Comin’ Back, Red Ryder?
Eileen Ivers
Sunday, November 23, 2008 at 2PM
Tickets: $28
Student/Senior: $26
By Mark Medoff • Directed by Cherie Brown
November 14, 15, 21, 22 at 8PM • November 23, 2008 at 2PM
Tickets: $12
Student/Senior: $10 • Citrus Little Theatre
Once Teddy and his young girlfriend barge into a forgotten New Mexico
roadside diner, nothing will ever be the same for its five occupants.
PLEASE NOTE: "Red Ryder" deals with adult themes, sexuality, and violence.
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
Viewer discretion advised.
Nine-time All-Ireland fiddle champion, original star of the
spectacular Riverdance, and a founding member of Cherish the
Ladies, this talented lady delivers a high-spirited mix of traditional
and Irish airs, jigs, reels, grooves, songs, and stories. Backed by
her brilliantly versatile band Immigrant Soul, Ivers’ music is a
blend of her Celtic roots, exuberant personality, and pure joy.
Citrus Fine and Performing Arts Department presents
The Annual Holiday Spectacular
Christmas Is…
photo: Dan Vilter
Tickets: $20 Student/Senior: $18
16 & under: $15
Christmas Is . . . a holiday tradition here at
Citrus, and Christmas spirit abounds in this
annual spectacular featuring the Citrus Singers
and our entire music department. Sumptuous
scenery and costumes, a full live orchestra, and
glorious melodies of the holidays combine to
make this holiday event our most popular of the
season. This show will dazzle your senses, tug at
your heart, tickle your funny bone, and get you
ready for a magical holiday season. Bring your
family and all your friends – and join the
thousands who come year after year for their dose
of Christmas spirit Citrus style!
Special week-day performances are available for
school groups. Call the Box Office for information:
(626) 963-9411.
photo: Daniel Stone
December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 at 2PM
December 12, 13, 19, 20 at 8PM
Citrus Dance Department presents
Dance Concert
Directed by John Vaughan
Thursday, December 18, 2008 at 8PM
Tickets: $12
Student/Senior: $10
Join us for our first-ever dance celebration
of the holiday season. This showcase of
student and faculty work is full of
holiday music and a few surprises.
Teachers: Group tickets are available for a special
low-cost morning performance on December18.
Call the Box Office for information: (626) 963-9411.
The Neville Brothers
Saturday, January 31, 2009 at 8PM
Tickets, Section 1: $45 Student/Senior: $43
Tickets, Section 2: $40 Student/Senior: $38
The Neville Brothers have been together and recording since 1978. Their music
defies classification: bayou funk, rhythm and blues, bebop, and soul are inadequate
labels for their unique, never-duplicated sound. Each of the four brothers has
discovered his own musical identity; as a family, these “blood brothers” have
created some of the funkiest sounds the world has ever heard, combining half
a century of New Orleans music into one family unit. First time at Citrus!
Direct from Branson, MO
Ozark Jubilee
Starring Doofus Doolittle
Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 8PM
Tickets: $24
Student/Senior: $22
16 & under: $12
Hillbilly high-jinks, side-splitting comedy, and down-home
cornpone humor abound in this fast-paced musical variety
show that’s just plain, good, old-fashioned FUN! Bring
yourself, bring the kids, and bring your friends – you
don’t even need to be a country music fan! (But it helps.)
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
The Play You
Play Along With!
The Queen of Bingo
Sunday, January 25, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $26
Student/Senior: $24
In this off-Broadway hit, two zany guys portray “Sis” and “Babe,” sisters on the far
side of 50, who are searching for some fun, zest, and excitement in their lives, and
they find it – you guessed it – at BINGO! The entire audience plays along in this
hilarious send-up of bingo games everywhere. Special bonus: one lucky
winner from the audience will go home with a FREE frozen turkey!
Doc Severinsen
Marcus Belgrave’s
El Ritmo de la Vida
A Tribute to
(The Rhythm of Life)
Louis Armstrong
Featuring Gil Gutierrez, Pedro Cartas,
Miguel Favero, and Doc Severinsen
with Vocalist Joan Bow-Belgrave
Saturday, February 21, 2009 at 8PM
Sunday, February 8, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $36
Tickets: $26
Student/Senior: $24
Student/Senior: $34
El Ritmo de la Vida (The Rhythm of Life) features virtuosic classical Spanish music
with a jazz flair, gorgeous American and Latino ballads, and great movie music.
Since his “retirement” as bandleader of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, Doc
has had the opportunity to explore new musical vistas, but, just for the record, he has
not lost his flair for outrageous fashions and witty banter!
From Hello, Dolly! and What a Wonderful World to
Louis Armstrong’s earliest classics like West
End Blues, Stardust, and Potato Head Blues, trumpet
virtuoso Marcus Belgrave, joined by vocalist
Joan Bow-Belgrave and his hot octet, delivers
a loving and convincing tribute to“Satchmo.”
State Ballet Theatre of Russia
Friday, February 13, 2009 at 8PM
Tickets, Section 1: $50
Tickets, Section 2: $40
Student/Senior: $48
Student/Senior: $38
16 and under: $40
16 and under: $30
Don’t miss one of the largest ballet companies ever to visit the Haugh! This gloriously
enchanting production of Prokofiev’s Cinderella by the State Ballet of Russia
celebrates the beloved masterwork with a spectacular production that is touring the
world. Fifty-four remarkable dancers perform this Russian classic in the grand ballet
tradition. With lovely scenery and graceful costumes to complete the package, this
is a rare opportunity to experience classical ballet on a grand scale. Don’t miss it!
Miss Mitzi Gaynor
in Razzle Dazzle:
My Life Behind the Sequins
With the Citrus Blue Note Orchestra
Sunday, March 22, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets, Section 1: $45 Student/Senior: $43 • Tickets, Section 2: $40 Student/Senior: $38
Mitzi Gaynor returns to the stage in a one-woman tour-de-force. Interspersed between performances of unforgettable songs like I’m Gonna Wash That
Man Right Outta My Hair and Cockeyed Optimist, Mitzi shares the struggles and triumphs of her glittering career – including often hilarious recollections
of working with Frank Sinatra, Ethel Merman, Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles, and more. This multimedia backdrop of film, television footage, and personal
photos, is backed by Citrus’ own Blue Note Orchestra. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to share the showmanship of a true entertainment icon.
Citrus College and Azusa Pacific University present
Citrus Fine and Performing Arts Department
Musical Theatre Workshop presents
The Wizard of Oz
Based on the book by L. Frank Baum
Music & Lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg
Round 6
February 27 & 28, 2009 at 8PM March 1, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $17.50
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
Student/Senior: $16.50
Battle of the
Big Bands:
16 and under: $15
This adaptation of the Technicolor® MGM musical was commissioned for
the Royal Shakespeare Company, and features a timeless score including
Over the Rainbow, We’re Off to See the Wizard, and If I Only Had a
Brain. The Wizard of Oz promises to be musical theatre on a grand
scale. For kids – and adults – of all ages!
March 27 & 28, 2009 at 8PM
Tickets: $15
Senior: $13
Student: $10
Each year, Citrus’ Blue Note Orchestra and
APU’s Jazz Ensemble “battle” to out-do, oneup, and triumph over their “rivals” – and each
year, the winner is the audience! Get your seats
early – tickets go fast to this popular event!
Citrus Theatre Arts Department presents
A Student-Directed Production
California Suite
By Neil Simon • Directed by Jeremy Lewis
April 3 & 4, 2009 at 8PM
April 5, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $12
Student/Senior: $10
Citrus Little Theatre
California Suite is a bittersweet comedy about five couples
and takes place in one hotel suite in California. This production
is entirely conceived and produced by Citrus students.
Gilligan’s Island: the Musical!
Barry Williams
Book by Sherwood Schwartz and Lloyd J. Schwartz
Music & Lyrics by Hope and Lawrence Juber
Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $32
Student/Senior: $30
16 & under: $16
One of America’s most beloved TV shows has been reincarnated as a musical! Starring pop culture
icon Barry Williams (Greg Brady of The Brady Bunch), Gilligan’s Island: the Musical! features
everyone’s favorite characters including Gilligan, the Skipper, Mary Ann, Ginger, the Professor, the
millionaire, and his wife. Written by series creator Sherwood Schwartz (who also developed The
Brady Bunch), the show features a score by Paul McCartney’s lead guitarist Lawrence Juber, and, of
course, the zany antics of seven stranded castaways who set out for a three-hour tour.
“The sun will never set on the affection for and
antics of Gilligan and his friends.” – Variety
Citrus Music Department Women's Ensemble presents
Curtain Up!
Directed by Keely Milliken
April 24 & 25, 2009 at 8PM • April 25 & 26, 2009 at 2PM
April 26, 2009 at 7PM
Tickets: $12
Student/Senior $10 • Citrus Little Theatre
The talented ladies of Citrus' own Women's Ensemble present their annual showcase.
Tommy Tune
Direct from New York
Neil Berg’s
100 Years
of Broadway
Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $28
Student/Senior: $26
100 Years of Broadway presents more than
50 of Broadway’s greatest characters in one gala afternoon, performed by
five Broadway alumni who have played many of the roles personally. From
Carousel and South Pacific to Mamma Mia and Jersey Boys, this talent-packed
show is a must-see for any lover of show-tunes!
The Manhattan Rhythm Kings in
Steps in Time:
A Broadway Biography in Song & Dance
Saturday, April 25, 2009 at 8PM
Tickets, Section 1: $50 Student/Senior: $48 • Tickets, Section 2: $45 Student/Senior: $43
Tommy Tune teams with long-time collaborators The Manhattan Rhythm Kings for a very
personal look back at his incredible career, featuring timeless standards, elegant choreography, and
Tommy’s own unique charm and warm-hearted humor, backed by a quartet of stellar musicians and a
pair of engaging singer/dancers. This creator of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Nine,
Grand Hotel, The Will Rogers Follies, and star of Seesaw and My One and Only, among others,
is both a legendary Broadway celebrity and a tall, friendly guy from Texas. Don’t miss this
rare chance to view the personal side of this quintessential song-and-dance man.
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
Legendary Popular Pianist
Roger Williams
Sunday, May 3, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $36
Student/Senior: $34
16 & under: $18
Roger Williams is the greatest-selling popular pianist in history!
His list of hits includes Born Free, The Impossible Dream, Till, Almost
Paradise, Two Different Worlds, Lara’s Theme from Dr. Zhivago, and
the theme from Somewhere in Time. Backed by five musicians, this
memorable afternoon includes Roger’s famous “By Request” medley
(awesomely improvised from audience suggestions) and, if schedule
permits, the opportunity to see and hear the custom solid-gold piano
created in his honor by the Steinway Corporation.
My Sinatra –
The Songs and Stories
Cary Hoffman
Photograph of Tommy Tune by
Howard Schatz © Schatz Ornstein
Saturday, May 9, 2009 at 8PM
Tickets: $32
Student/Senior: $30
My Sinatra is NOT a Vegas-like impersonation, but rather a sincere artistic
interpretation of the songs Frank Sinatra turned into American pop standards in his
classic period from 1953 to the early 1960s. Cary Hoffman doesn’t imitate
Sinatra – but he sure does sound like him! This remarkable concert was recently
featured nationwide on PBS – don’t miss it live in concert.
Cary Hoffman is an amazing talent . . . like Sinatra in his prime! – New York Post
Ice Cream, Music, and Fun!
Citrus Theatre Arts Department presents
A Folk Festival
The Grapes of Wrath
By Frank Galati from the novel by John Steinbeck
Tom Rush
Directed by Laurie Woolery
May 15, 16, 22, & 23 at 8PM
May 17, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $12
The Lovell Sisters Band
Student/Senior: $10
Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $28
A powerful and deeply affecting stage version of
one of the masterpieces of American literature.
16 and under: $14
Photo: Roy LaBomme
Citrus Dance Department presents
Razor's Edge:
Dance on
the Verge
Directed by John Vaughan
Friday, May 15, 2009 at 8PM
Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $12
This cutting-edge exploration of dance with adult themes
features student and faculty dancers and choreographers.
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
Student/Senior: $26
Student/Senior: $10
The Lovell Sisters Band, winners of
the “Prairie Home Companion’s”
talent contest will treat you to some
heavenly bluegrass harmonies.
Headlining our afternoon is folk singer
and guitarist Tom Rush, who “rocketed”
to stardom – after a career spanning
more than 40 years – with The Remember
Song, a YouTube phenomenon that has
been heard more than 3 million times!
A gifted musician who has been part
of the folk scene since the 60s,
his distinctive guitar style, wry humor, and expressive voice fill his concert appearances with
rib-aching laughter, terrific storytelling, and, most of all, good times.
We’ll be startin’ this Folk Festival early – transforming our patio into a party with
foot-stompin’, hand-clappin’, pre-show music and ice cream sundaes for all!
September 24, 2008
Citrus Fine and Performing Arts Department presents
Citrus Singers 2009
Staged and Directed by
October 8, 2008
Douglas Austin and John Vaughan
Beneath the Jungle . . . and Beyond:
May 29 & 30, 2009 at 8PM
May 30 & 31, 2009 at 2PM
Tickets: $17.50
Enjoy 10 Travel Adventure Films Hosted in Person by the Filmmakers!
Burma & Cambodia:
Lands of Conflict
October 29, 2008
Bhutan: The Cloud Kingdom
Student/Senior: $16.50
November 12, 2008
The internationally-acclaimed Citrus Singers wrap up our
season with an all-new cavalcade of music from throughout the
century. Their season-end showcase is always filled with their
signature energy and musical showmanship, as the ever-young
group, backed by the Citrus Blue Note Orchestra, deliver
show-tunes, standards, and popular hits in a non-stop
kaleidoscope of music and dancing. Packed with youth, energy,
and talent, this annual event never fails to include a parade of
Four Corners USA:
A Southwest Adventure
January 21, 2009
AT 2:30 & 7:30PM
Tickets: $7.50 / $6.50
Alaska: The RV Adventure
of a Lifetime
February 4, 2009
Egypt: The Footsteps of Moses
February 18, 2009
La Manche: The English Channel
March 18, 2009
Postcards From Italy
April 15, 2009
Photo: Linda Graves
Cruising the Nile
April 29, 2009
The Soul of Morocco
(626) 963-9411
OCTOBER 18, 2008
NOVEMBER 8, 2008
NOVEMBER 22, 2008
All Shows on Saturdays
at 1:30 & 3:30 pm
tickets: $6
JANUARY 17, 2009
JANUARY 24, 2009
Citrus College Theatre Department presents
Theatre for
Saturday, October 25, 2008 at 1 & 3PM
Tickets $5 • Citrus Little Theatre
Inspired by real historical events that happened at the
turn of the century.
Weekday performances available for school groups October 21-24, 2008
(suggested for grades K-6). Call the box office at (626) 963-9411
for information.
Saturday, December 13, 2008 at 1 & 3PM
Tickets: $5 • Citrus Little Theatre
FEBRUARY 7, 2009
MARCH 14, 2009
APRIL 4, 2009
Call Today! (626) 963-9411
APRIL 18, 2009
A new family moves to Tinsel Towers...and they’ve never
heard of Christmas!
Weekday performances available for school groups December 9-12, 2008
(suggested for grades K-6). Call the box office at
(626) 963-9411 for information.
Saturday, May 2, 2009 at 1 & 3PM
Tickets: $5 • Citrus Little Theatre
Weekday performances available for school groups on April 30,
May 1 & 4, 2009 (suggested for grades 4-8). Call the box office at
(626) 963-9411 for information.
How To Order...
if you have special needs...
in person
Buy tickets at the Haugh Performing Arts Center Box Office Monday through Saturday,
11AM to 4PM or one hour prior to any performance.
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(626) 963-9411 Monday through Saturday 11AM to 4PM.
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Fax completed order form provided on the following page to (626) 335-4715.
Please inform us when purchasing tickets if anyone in your party requires wheelchair
seating or aisle access. Wheelchair seating is available on both sides of the theatre. Assistive
Listening Devices (ALDs) are available in the Haugh theatre lobby before all performances.
we cater to crowds!
Groups of twenty or more can get substantial discounts to many of our performances. And the
parking is FREE! For assistance in planning your special group event, call the Box Office at
(626) 963-9411.
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order made payable to Citrus College, or write your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American
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Citrus College
1000 W. Foothill Blvd.
Glendora, CA 91741-1899
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per-ticket service fee. Exchanges can only be made for shows with multiple performances and are
subject to a $2 per ticket service charge. We love kids, but young children can be disruptive to
our performances. Please use discretion when bringing a child. Everyone, regardless of age –
INCLUDING INFANTS & TODDLERS – must have a ticket to be admitted to the theatre.
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north of the 210 Freeway at the corner of Citrus Ave. and Foothill Blvd. in Glendora.
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Evenings at Eight
Oct 4
Dec 12
Jan 17
Jan 31
Feb 13
Feb 21
Feb 27
Mar 27
Apr 25
May 9
May 29
Sally Struthers in Nunsense
Christmas Is...
Ozark Jubilee
The Neville Brothers
Tribute to Louis Armstrong
The Wizard of Oz
Battle of the Big Bands: 6
Tommy Tune
My Sinatra
Citrus Singers 2009
Season: $286.50 / $269.50
Sundays at Two
Sep 28
Oct 19
Nov 9
Nov 23
Jan 25
Feb 8
Mar 1
Mar 22
Apr 5
Apr 19
May 3
May 17
May 31
The Romeros
Kris Kristofferson
Debbie Reynolds
Eileen Ivers
The Queen of Bingo
Doc Severinsen
The Wizard of Oz
Mitzi Gaynor
Gilligan’s Island:
The Musical
100 Years of Broadway
Roger Williams
Tom Rush &
The Lovell Sisters Band
Citrus Singers 2009
Saturday Series for Kids Passport to Travel
Oct 18
Nov 8
Nov 22
Jan 17
Jan 24
Feb 7
Mar 14
Apr 4
Apr 18
Sep 24
Oct 8
James and the Giant Peach
Amber Brown is not a Crayon
The Crayon Court
Ozark Jubilee for kids
The Ant and the Elephant
Moscow Cats Theatre
Pippi Longstocking
The Phantom Tollbooth
The Lion, the Witch,
and the Wardrobe
Oct 29
Nov 12
Jan 21
Feb 4
Feb 18
Mar 18
Apr 15
Apr 29
Season (9 shows): $32
Burma & Cambodia
Beneath the Jungle...and Beyond:
Bhutan: The Cloud Kingdom
Four Corners USA:
A Southwest Adventure
Alaska: RV Adventure of a Lifetime
Egypt: The Footsteps of Moses
La Manche: The English Channel
Postcards from Italy
Cruising the Nile
The Soul of Morocco
Season (10 films): $45
Section 2
Section 1
Season: $354.50 / $334.00
Evenings at Eight & Sundays at Two • $539/$507.50
1400 SEATS