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11 April 2008   Mike Lange, Yavapai Community College Events
It's a full month at the Yavapai College Performance Hall, from the Mikado, to the Lowe Family, to Patti Page and the Big Band.
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A scene from the Mikado.

Are you wondering what's happening at the Yavapai Community College Performance Hall in April? Well, look no further, because here's what's on the schedule:

“The Mikado” (with live orchestra):

Friday, April 18, 7:30 p.m.
Co-sponsor: The Daily Courier and PACE.
Tickets: $35/$33/$31.

Carl Rosa Opera’s new production of “The Mikado, ” which includes a live orchestra, is a faithful re-creation of the original authorized Savoy production of 1885. This amusing, entertaining opera tells the tale of two young lovers, Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum, who face many obstacles in their quest to be together. Gilbert’s authenticated prompt book has been the source for the direction, staging, and choreography of this production.

The Lowe Family:

Friday, April 25, 7:30 p.m.
Co-Sponsors: City of Prescott/Acker Trust, KDDL 94.3 FM, KKLD 95.9 FM/KQST 102.9 FM, and PACE.
Tickets: $30/$25 students/$25 for four or more.

 

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The Lowe Family in concert  (upper left), and Patti Page (lower right).
The Lowe Family has entertained hundreds of thousands in Branson, Mo., and around the world for the past 25-plus years. Versatile on many instruments, the Lowes offer an amazing blend of show-stopping classical, Broadway, Irish, jazz, bluegrass, old-time favorites, spectacular dance, 6-part harmony, gospel, and a stirring patriotic tribute. This high-energy, fast-paced variety show will leave you breathless.

 

“Swinging with the Big Band” starring Patti Page:

Saturday, April 26, 3 p.m.
Co-Sponsors: The Daily Courier, KKLD 95.9 FM, Residence Inn by Marriott and PACE.
Tickets: $38/$36/$34.

Take a swing down memory lane with such legendary performers as Patti Page , String of Pearls singers, Mary Lou Metzger (best known as a cast member on The Lawrence Welk Show), and the Tex Beneke Orchestra in a tribute to the music of Glenn Miller.

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