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Arts Event Calendar

All events are free unless noted otherwise.  For additional information, please call (517) 483-1488.

The shows listed here are produced by LCC Performing Arts, or with the support of LCC Performing Arts.  For information about other shows on LCC's campus that are not listed here, please contact LCC Conference Services at 517-483-9300.

Dart Auditorium is located at 500 N. Capitol Avenue.  The Black Box Theatre is located in Room 168 of the Gannon Building at 411 Grand Avenue.  Map of LCC's Downtown Campus

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APRIL 2014
Friday & Saturday, April 4-5
8:00PM

Sunday, April 6
2:00PM
Kings & Queens
Celebrating the King of Pop (Michael Jackson), the Queen of Soul (Aretha Franklin), the King of Rock 'n Roll (Elvis Presley), and the band Queen
Directed by Vickie Diebold
Donations: $5 students, $10 seniors, LCC staff & alumni; $15 adult

Media Advisory
Dart Auditorium
Sunday, April 13
4:00PM
The Sign Language Program presents
SYNC
A performed and synchronized expression of popular musical hits in American Sign Language and presented by LCC's own Sign Language Program students and alumni
Directed by Doretta Fowler
Ticket prices: $5 in advance, $8 at the door
Dart Auditorium
Friday,
April 25
7:30PM
The LCC Percussion Ensemble
Directed by Beth Lewis
Free
Dart Auditorium
Friday & Saturday,
April 25-26
7:30PM
Music Scenes Showcase
Directed by Kelly Stuible
Free
Black Box Theatre, 168 Gannon Bldg
Saturday,
April 26
12:00 -
6:00PM
International Film Festival
Movies will be shown in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish
Friends and family are welcome!
Free
Arts & Sciences Bldg.
Sunday, April 27
3:00PM
The Lansing Concert Band
Ticketed
Dart Auditorium
Tuesday,
April 29
7:30PM
The LCC Vocal Pop/Jazz Ensemble
Directed by Kelly Stuible
Free
Dart Auditorium

 

MAY 2014
Friday,
May 2
7:30PM
LCC Jazz Band
Directed by Jon Gewirtz
Free
Dart Auditorium
Friday & Saturday,
May 2-3
7:30PM
The Adventures of Harlequin
By William Glennon
2nd Semester Theatre Studio
Directed by Connie Curran-Oesterle
Quino, a gifted youth in 15th-century Italy, aspires to join a band of professional actors.  Recognizing his comic talent, he's encouraged by all the villagers, especially his warm-hearted mama and his friend Luigi.  A band of strolling players enters and Pantalone, one of its members, announces they could use another actor.  Quino's prayers seem answered - until he has his first case of stage fright.  But the actors sense this shy boy's possibilities and they suggest another audition.  Unfortunately Daniello, the mayor's son, has decided he'd like to be a star "because I'm so good looking!"  Why not hold a contest and let the actors decide?  But who appoints himself the sole judge?  The mayor!  How Quino evolves from an earnest amateur into the legendary Harlequin, a key member of the commedia dell'arte, is wonderful theatre.
Free
Black Box Theatre, 168 Gannon Bldg
Sunday, May 4
3:00PM
The LCC Concert Choir
Directed by Lydia Erickson
Free
Dart Auditorium
Tuesday, May 6
7:30PM
Experimental Music Ensemble
Directed by Ty Forquer & Cesar Potes
Free
Dart Auditorium
Tuesday, May 6
7:30PM
Improv!
Directed by Andy Callis
Free
Black Box Theatre, 168 Gannon Bldg
Friday & Saturday,
May 9-10
7:30PM
1st Semester Contemporary Realism Studio performance
Directed by Mary Matzke
Free
Black Box Theatre, 168 Gannon Bldg
Sunday, May 11
3:00PM
Senior Music Students Showcase
Free
Black Box Theatre, 168 Gannon Bldg
Saturday, May 10
9:30PM
Film Fest
Featuring the work of 4th Semester Studio students directed by John Lepard and other short films featuring LCC Theatre students
Free
Dart Auditorium

 

Dates and events are subject to change.
Call 517-483-1488 for the latest information.

Want to take your place on stage?  LCC offers associate degrees in theatre, general or commercial music, music management, certificates in musical theatre and technical theatre, and dance courses and internships. Courses can also be taken as electives for other degrees or transfer programs, or for personal enrichment. Call 517-483-1546 or visit www.lcc.edu/cma for more information.

LCC Humanities & Performaning Arts

Communication, Media and the Arts Department
Gannon Bldg, Room 131
Phone: (517) 483-1546
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