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LIVE! at the Centers

 

LIVE! at the Centers offers a variety of entertainments for all ages - musical, theatrical, dance and comedic throughout the year. Refreshments are available at all performances.

 

Reservations can easily be made over the telephone, just call us at 239 495 8989. Or, Monday through Friday, visit either our Center for Visual Arts at 26100 Old 41 Road, or our Center for Performing Arts at 10150 Bonita Beach Road (Iowa Street Entrance). Our Client Services staff are happy to help.

 

We look forward to seeing you at our films and performances.

 

Tickets for most of our performances are available on our website. Click here to purchase tickets for those performances.

Improv Cafe

● Saturday, December 3, 2016; 4:00pm **New Time**

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $10 Adults / $6 Youth

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● Make Saturday afternoon the best time of the week when you bring your family out to “Improv Cafe,” the first Saturday of every month at 4:00pm. Local youth improv groups perform short and long form improv that includes suggestions provided by you, the audience! Be as involved in the show as you’d like; whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a player! Snacks and beverages available.

Improv Tonight!

● Saturday, December 3, 2016; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us the first Saturday of every month for some of South West Florida’s best Improvisational comedy. Bonita City Improv performs musical improv, games and scenes that include suggestions provided by you, the audience! Every show is different with special guests always popping in from nationally touring improv groups. Be as involved in the show as you’d like, whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a volunteer! Beer and wine available.

Meet the Composers: Claude Debussy - Who Dared to be Different

● Sunday, December 4, 2016; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $22 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs is proud to continue our “Meet the Composers” classical music series. Join international artist and lecturer, Dr. Anne McLean the first Sunday of each month as she performs in a multi-media presentation highlighting a great composer’s music, fascinating historical insights and visual images of that unique era.

Third in the series is: Claude Debussy - Who Dared to be Different. What made Claude Debussy rebel against the teachings of the Paris Conservatory? What makes his music unique and unmistakable? Anne McLean will reveal the unusual harmonies and treatment of melody that underpins his great masterpieces

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An Evening with Groucho

● Friday, December 9, 2016; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $45 Premium Seats | $40 Center Seats | $35 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Award-winning actor/director Frank Ferrante recreates his internationally acclaimed stage and screen portrayal of legendary comedian Groucho Marx in this 90 minutes of hilarity. The two-act comedy consists of the best Groucho one-liners, anecdotes and songs, including “Hooray for Captain Spalding,” and “Lydia, the Tattooed Lady.” “Mr. Ferrante’s timing is digital sharp” (The New York Times) and his “comic genius” (The Seattle Times) is fully in evidence as Ferrante makes the audience part of the show by ad-libbing conversations with the audience for each performance. According to Miriam Marx Allen, (Groucho’s daughter), “Frank doesn’t just do Groucho… he is Groucho,” as he portrays the young Groucho of stage and film and reacquaints us with the likes of brothers Harpo, Chico, Zeppo and Gummo, as well as an assortment of Groucho’s contemporaries. This show is perfect for audiences of all ages.

Music at the Moe: Mostly Mozart Classical Quartet

● Thursday, December 15, 2016; 7:30pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Bonita Springs Center for the Arts is excited to announce Music at the Moe: a series of concerts that intertwines Chamber Music with New Age, Jazz, Chill Out, and Latin Jazz. An array of top international musicians living and working in South Florida will join local flautist and CFABS faculty Luis Sandoval in a display of original music, as well as timeless and favored classics.

 

“The perfect image of the spirit and feeling of the rococo age with German sentiment”, according to Rudolf Gerber, Mozart’s quartets with strings are among the most delightful, recorded, and performed pieces written for flute by the Austrian genius. Composed in 1778, these quartets were commissioned by Willem Britten de Jong, “a gentleman of means and a lover of all the sciences” who happened to play the flute. Mozart, short of money as usual, accepted the commission to finance himself while in search of a permanent position in Germany or France. A quartet (flute, violin, viola, cello) made with musicians from China, Venezuela, Colombia, and the United States is opening the Chamber Music portion of the series with a Mostly Mozart program.

Frankly Funny Fridays

● Friday, December 16, 2016; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Frankly Funny Fridays feature character and observation comedy by American playwright and award-winning comedian and actor Frank Blocker. Known for dead-on characterizations in off-Broadway hits Eula Mae’s Beauty, Bait & Tackle and Southern Gothic Novel (Drama Desk Award nomination), Blocker keeps the evening rolling with “expert audience interaction” (NY Times). Monologues, Improv, song, and a guest star or two will pepper the evening of one of these ever-changing performances. Get your most intimate questions hysterically answered by crazy but loving Aunt Pearl. Learn life hacks from a New York City slumlord. You never know what’ll happen, but you’ll go home laughing.

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This Wonderful Life

● Saturday, December 17, 2016; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $25 Premium Seats | $20 Regular Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● This Wonderful Life is a one-man play beautifully acted by Jeremy Kendall. Based on the iconic 1946 holiday favorite film, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” the production brings to life over 32 familiar people in an amazing display of physical and verbal virtuosity. Kendall portrays the Jimmy Stewart-inspired George Bailey, and the whole cast of lovable characters from Bedford Falls including Clarence the Angel, Mary, Zuzu and an assortment of townsfolk who rely on George to save them from the greedy Mr. Potter. Like the film, the play centers around George, a man who has given up his dreams in order to help others, whose imminent suicide on Christmas Eve brings about the intervention of his guardian angel, Clarence. Clarence shows George all the lives he has touched and how different life in the community of Bedford Falls would be had he never been born. Jeremy’s 75-minute tour-de-force is at once inspiring, funny, poignant and most of all, uplifting.

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Butch Trucks and the Freight Train

● Friday, December 30, 2016; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $50 Premium Seats | $45 Center Seats | $40 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us just past the railroad tracks as Butch Trucks and the Freight Train, deliver an evening of steady hitting blues rock. Founding member of The Allman Brothers Band, drummer Butch Trucks is joined by renowned blues guitarist Damon Fowler, who also provides unique vocals to the musical mix. Keyboard master, Bruce Katz, who has appeared on over 70 albums, is also joining the Freight Train directly from his touring with The Gregg Allman Band. Florida-based percussionist Garrett Dawson, of the Dickie Betts Band, and blues hall of fame guitarist Chris Vitarello, who has played with Bernard Purdie, John Hammond, Jimmy McGriff and many, many more, add two more pieces to this powerhouse. Rounding out the band is the young and very talented Heather Gillis, whose vocals, guitar playing and performance tie together this amazing presentation of the past, present and future of Roots Rock and the Blues.

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Richard Dowling

● Tuesday, January 3, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $30 Premium Seats | $25 Center Seats | $20 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join award-winning concert pianist Richard Dowling, who The New York Times has dubbed an “especially impressive fine young pianist” for his performance of “The world’s greatest piano masterpieces.” Follow Dowling’s lead as he takes us on a musical journey beginning with pieces from the likes of Beethoven, Chopin and Rachmaninoff. The adventure will then turn to the new world, during which Dowling will delve into the roots of American Ragtime, featuring pieces from Scott Joplin in particular. The Singapore Business Times says that Dowling is “a pianist with polished technique… master of creating beautiful sounds without being excessively sentimental… Dowling had something personal to say and impressed with impeccable control of colours and textures.”

Improv Cafe

● Saturday, January 7, 2017; 4:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $10 Adults / $6 Youth

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● Make Saturday afternoon the best time of the week when you bring your family out to “Improv Cafe,” the first Saturday of every month at 4:00pm. Local youth improv groups perform short and long form improv that includes suggestions provided by you, the audience! Be as involved in the show as you’d like; whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a player! Snacks and beverages available.

Improv Tonight!

● Saturday, January 7, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us the first Saturday of every month for some of South West Florida’s best Improvisational comedy. Bonita City Improv performs musical improv, games and scenes that include suggestions provided by you, the audience! Every show is different with special guests always popping in from nationally touring improv groups. Be as involved in the show as you’d like, whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a volunteer! Beer and wine available.

Meet the Composers: Maurice Ravel - The Exotic One

● Sunday, January 8, 2017; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $22 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs is proud to continue our “Meet the Composers” classical music series. Join international artist and lecturer, Dr. Anne McLean the first Sunday of each month as she performs in a multi-media presentation highlighting a great composer’s music, fascinating historical insights and visual images of that unique era.

Fourth in the series is: Maurice Ravel - The Exotic One. Another graduate of the Paris Conservatory, but even more outrageous — he failed his degree several times because of his ‘unacceptable’ music. Today, we are swept away by Ravel’s seductive multi-cultural sound, glittering piano and orchestral sounds Anne McLean will illustrate many examples of this in live performances and multi-media visuals

Tuesday Art Talks: “An Artist’s Guide to Visiting (and Enjoying) Museums”

● Tuesday, January 10, 2017; 7:00pm

● Center for Visual Arts

● Tickets: $10

● You have scheduled a day to visit a museum. Whether it’s a small space or a giant museum like the Louvre or the Metropolitan, it can be a frustrating and often confusing experience. This lecture is designed to have you walk away with some simple points on how to make the visit more enjoyable and more rewarding. Ted de Clercq will give an overview of the main periods of western art to provide background and practical knowledge along with examples of works that will help explain how to look at a painting and how to see more than an image.

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Argentine Tango Show

● Friday, January 13, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $45 Premium Seats | $37 Center Seats | $32 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us for an evening of gripping Argentine Tango with internationally renowned performer and instructor Pablo Repun. Pablo was born in Buenos Aires, where he received his extensive tango training with the top “Masters” of Argentine Tango. In addition to his training in tango, Pablo studied Graham Contemporary Dance and Parallelism Dance Technique at The National School of Dance in Buenos Aires. He is known for his utmost concentration on the importance of posture, balance and technique for both Leaders and Followers.

Pablo has taken his knowledge & experience both as a teacher and performer worldwide to Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, Germany, Italy and throughout the USA. Pablo has been living in Florida since 2002. In addition to his dance partner, (it takes two to tango), Pablo will be joined by two additional couples to bring the dance floor to life and a live band for an exceptional performance.

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The Dan Miller – Lew Del Gatto Quintet: The Music of Harold Arlen

● Saturday, January 14, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Trumpeter Dan Miller made his name touring and recording with the likes of Harry Connick Jr., and Wynton Marsalis. He brings together a tremendous group of musicians for an evening of hard swinging jazz including saxophonist Lew Del Gatto (SNL Band 1975-2005, & Frank Sinatra appear on his C.V.), pianist Joe Delaney, bassist Don Mopsick and Patricia Dean on drums and vocals. Join this group as they celebrate the genius of Harold Arlen, one of the greatest songwriters of the 20th Century. The music Arlen wrote for Broadway and Hollywood, (including for The Wizard of Oz) has an undeniable place in the Great American Songbook. Arlen’s collaborations with Johnny Mercer also became standards with Frank Sinatra. The program will include such favorites as Over the Rainbow, My Shining Hour, Come Rain or Come Shine, Get Happy, Out of This World, That Old Black Magic, This Time the Dream’s On Me and more!

Celebration of Poetry

● Tuesday, January 17, 2017; 7:00pm

● Center for Visual Arts

● Tickets: Free

● Join us for A Celebration of Poetry at the Centers for the Arts, in this series of events dedicated to poetry that features two nationally recognized poets - Dr. Catalina Monterrosa and Abbott Ikeler - reading selections from their published works. In the second hour, an open mic/discussion format offers attendees a chance to read a poem of their own or of other poets. Drinks and snacks will be available.

Music at the Moe: Chill Out

● Thursday, January 19, 2017; 7:30pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Bonita Springs Center for the Arts is excited to announce Music at the Moe: a series of concerts that intertwines Chamber Music with New Age, Jazz, Chill Out, and Latin Jazz. An array of top international musicians living and working in South Florida will join local flautist and CFABS faculty Luis Sandoval in a display of original music, as well as timeless and favored classics.

 

Mandala Chill creates original versions of Universal Pop music in several genres, including Chill Out, Ambient, Jazz, and Bossa Nova, combining the electronic with the acoustic, taking us smoothly from one musical genre to another. The group’s unique sound comes from the hands of Latin Grammy Nominee Producer and Award winning Composer Orlando Sandoval, and the unique voice of Italian mezzo soprano Daniela de Mari, who exquisitely blends the delicate air of her voice with the dazzling strength of pop opera.

Stabilized Not Controlled

● Saturday, January 21, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $22 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Meet evil landlord “Killer” Joe and arch nemesis Lorna Breedlove, a rent-stabilized septuagenarian sex addict in recovery. NY Drama Desk Award nominee and recent "Ovation Recommended" actor/writer Frank Blocker performs this edgy comedy about the love of man for his property. The battle rages over a 5-floor walk-up occupied by a Log Cabin-accountant, an aging stoner, The Fake English Actress, and homeless squatter Jackie O. Construction all around them and a failing City infrastructure could do them all in. But ...

 

Leave Manhattan? Not on your life.

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Rhonda Ross

● Friday, February 3, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $57 Premium Seats | $52 Center Seats | $47 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Rhonda Ross is so much more than her mother’s daughter. Rhonda is an electrifying singer/songwriter and stage performer. Her original music blends jazz, funk and gospel sounds layered underneath lyrics that explore life’s biggest questions and challenge us to realize we are the masters of our own destinies. Rhonda headlined one of President Obama’s Inaugural Balls, and later performed to standing ovations and rave reviews at The Hollywood Bowl, The Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Rhonda’s live performance will thoroughly entertain you and move you to the point of tears – all while inspiring you to believe that you can do or be anything.

Improv Cafe

● Saturday, February 4, 2017; 4:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $10 Adults / $6 Youth

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● Make Saturday afternoon the best time of the week when you bring your family out to “Improv Cafe,” the first Saturday of every month at 4:00pm. Local youth improv groups perform short and long form improv that includes suggestions provided by you, the audience! Be as involved in the show as you’d like; whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a player! Snacks and beverages available.

Improv Tonight!

● Saturday, February 4, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us the first Saturday of every month for some of South West Florida’s best Improvisational comedy. Bonita City Improv performs musical improv, games and scenes that include suggestions provided by you, the audience! Every show is different with special guests always popping in from nationally touring improv groups. Be as involved in the show as you’d like, whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a volunteer! Beer and wine available.

Meet the Composers: What's So Funny? - Humor in Music

● Sunday, February 5, 2017; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $22 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs is proud to continue our “Meet the Composers” classical music series. Join international artist and lecturer, Dr. Anne McLean the first Sunday of each month as she performs in a multi-media presentation highlighting a great composer’s music, fascinating historical insights and visual images of that unique era.

Fifth in the series is: What's So Funny? - Humor in Music. Some composers enjoyed moments of silliness in their music, which is not always apparent in the 18th Century. We will hear examples of that, along with some good old fashioned 20th Century humor found in the music of Spike Jones and Victor Borge.

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Dana Louise and The Glorious Birds

● Thursday, February 9, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $30 Premium Seats | $25 Center Seats | $20 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The daughter of Ezra Idlet of the Grammy-nominated Trout Fishing in America, Dana Louise is a new songstress astonishing audiences with her vibrant, melodic vocals, adept finger-picking and cool sound. Now touring her debut album, she is joined by the Glorious Birds — Adams Collins (vibraphone and 5-string banjo), Ezra Idlet and Keith Grimwood (Trout Fishing in America/guitar, percussion and bass). Drawing from jazz and bluegrass, carrying a contemporary beat, the sound has a pop feel, while maintaining the sort of lyrical and melodic integrity usually found only amidst accomplished folk and jazz performers. Dana Louise & the Glorious Birds work to leave their audiences glowing with the magic music can bring: genuine human connection.

Sweeney Todd

● Friday, February 10, 2017; 7:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium

● Tickets: $13 General Admission | $20 Reserved Seating (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs Teen Players are proud to present Sweeney Todd, the dark, witty and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder and revenge set against the backdrop of 19th century London. An infamous tale, Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, returns to 19th century London seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett's luck sharply shifts when Todd's thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up, and the carnage has only just begun!

Sweeney Todd

● Saturday, February 11, 2017; 2:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium

● Tickets: $13 General Admission | $20 Reserved Seating (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs Teen Players are proud to present Sweeney Todd, the dark, witty and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder and revenge set against the backdrop of 19th century London. An infamous tale, Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, returns to 19th century London seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett's luck sharply shifts when Todd's thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up, and the carnage has only just begun!

Sweeney Todd

● Saturday, February 11, 2017; 7:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium

● Tickets: $13 General Admission | $20 Reserved Seating (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs Teen Players are proud to present Sweeney Todd, the dark, witty and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder and revenge set against the backdrop of 19th century London. An infamous tale, Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, returns to 19th century London seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett's luck sharply shifts when Todd's thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up, and the carnage has only just begun!

Sweeney Todd

● Sunday, February 12, 2017; 2:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium

● Tickets: $13 General Admission | $20 Reserved Seating (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs Teen Players are proud to present Sweeney Todd, the dark, witty and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder and revenge set against the backdrop of 19th century London. An infamous tale, Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, returns to 19th century London seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett's luck sharply shifts when Todd's thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up, and the carnage has only just begun!

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BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet

● Friday, February 17, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $45 Premium Seats | $40 Center Seats | $35 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Like good Cajun cooking, the distinctive sound of Michael Doucet and BeauSoleil blend together a recipe of elements that captivate audiences around the world. Born out of the rich Acadian ancestry of its members, and created and driven by bandleader Micheal Doucet’s spellbinding fiddle playing and soulful vocals, BeauSoleil is notorious for bringing even the most staid audience to its feet.

 

Join us as BeauSoleil avec Micheal Doucet take the rich Cajun traditions of Louisiana and artfully blend zydeco, New Orleans Jazz, Tex-Mex, country, blues, swamp pop and more into an authentically satisfying musical recipe.

Stage It! 10 Minute Plays

● Saturday, February 18, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $12 General Admission (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● STAGE IT! 10-Minute Plays is a celebration of playwrights and audiences. We want plays that should be staged, need to be staged, that audiences want or need to see. Capitalizing on the history of the successful Stage THIS! Series of short plays and monologues; and the fantastic resources at the Center for Performing Arts, we will publish the winners as well as produce a select group of plays chosen from the book. Selected plays will be cast and performed at Center for Performing Arts along with a Book Release Party.

Stage It! 10 Minute Plays

● Sunday, February 19, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $12 General Admission (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● STAGE IT! 10-Minute Plays is a celebration of playwrights and audiences. We want plays that should be staged, need to be staged, that audiences want or need to see. Capitalizing on the history of the successful Stage THIS! Series of short plays and monologues; and the fantastic resources at the Center for Performing Arts, we will publish the winners as well as produce a select group of plays chosen from the book. Selected plays will be cast and performed at Center for Performing Arts along with a Book Release Party.

Celebration of Poetry

● Tuesday, February 21, 2017; 7:00pm

● Center for Visual Arts

● Tickets: Free

● Join us for A Celebration of Poetry at the Centers for the Arts, in this series of events dedicated to poetry that features two nationally recognized poets - Dr. Catalina Monterrosa and Abbott Ikeler - reading selections from their published works. In the second hour, an open mic/discussion format offers attendees a chance to read a poem of their own or of other poets. Drinks and snacks will be available.

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Broadway's Next Hit Musical

● Friday, February 24, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $47 Premium Seats | $42 Center Seats | $37 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Every song is fresh. Every scene is new. Every night is different. It’s all improvised and it’s all funny. The hysterical Broadway’s Next H!T Musical is the only unscripted theatrical awards show. Master improvisers gather made up, hit song suggestions from the audience and create a spontaneous evening of music, humor, and laughter. The audience votes for their favorite song and watches as the cast turns it into a full blown improvised musical - complete with memorable characters, witty dialogue, and plot twists galore.

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Velvet Caravan

● Saturday, February 25, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $35 Premium Seats | $30 Center Seats | $25 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Rooted in the Gypsy Jazz/Gypsy Swing and Latin Swing styles, this high-energy, acoustic-based quintet of guitar, violin, standup bass, percussion and keyboards (including accordion) has emerged as one of the shining lights of Savannah’s burgeoning music scene. This band plays upbeat tunes from all over the world with thunderous virtuosity and relentless sense of humor. Bringing together the eclectic sounds are a motley crew of super talented musicians from Venezuela, Serbia, Austin TX, Iowa, Boston MA, and Southern Georgia.

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Jethro Tull's Martin Barre Band

● Thursday, March 2, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $65 Premium Seats | $60 Center Seats | $55 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us for a rare opportunity as Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre Band kicks off its American tour with an evening of blues, rock and Tull at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs. Grammy Award winner and guitar legend Martin Barre has been lead guitarist for Jethro Tull for 43 years. His guitar stylings have helped define the sound of one of the most original and influential bands of the 20th century, and Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre Band is totally committed to giving the Tull fans a chance to hear classic tracks not performed by Jethro Tull for many years. Martin is a consummate musician and has long been known as a “guitarist’s guitarist.” This show is a must see for anyone who is a fan of blues and rock guitar.

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Shotgun Wedding

● Saturday, March 4, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $47 Premium Seats | $42 Center Seats | $37 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Shotgun Wedding is a Brooklyn-based band blazing their own trail with a new music genre, "City-Country". Their songs and music reflect life in NYC - steeped in Bakersfield country, rock-n-roll, with a dash of swing. Trade your front porch for a fire escape, your trusty steed for the 7 train, Ol' Yeller for a yellow cab and well...you get the picture. Raw, honest and from the heart, Shotgun Wedding takes a unique approach to a time-honored genre: re-imagining songs by Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, George Jones and Ernest Tubb… while also firing off original songs that are at once down-home and downtown, including tunes about bartenders, broken hearts – even a Brooklyn Rag.

Meet the Composers: Who the Hector was Berlioz?

● Sunday, March 5, 2017; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $22 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs is proud to continue our “Meet the Composers” classical music series. Join international artist and lecturer, Dr. Anne McLean the first Sunday of each month as she performs in a multi-media presentation highlighting a great composer’s music, fascinating historical insights and visual images of that unique era.

Sixth in the series is: Who the Hector was Berlioz? Young Hector thought he was destined to be a physician, until he took a running leap out of the anatomy class, only to stop when he arrived in the safe halls of the Paris Conservatory. Everything was larger-than-life in his imagination — the orchestras, the number of compositions, the outrageous love life, and his struggle with bi-polarism. Come hear about his over-the-top life.

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O Sole Trio: From Pavarotti to Pop

● Friday, March 10, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $45 Premium Seats | $40 Center Seats | $35 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● O Sole Trio is a vibrant classical crossover ensemble featuring the lush voices of soprano Erin Shields and baritone Giuseppe Spoletini, as well as the versatile and virtuosic David Shenton on piano and violin. The trio has performed sold-out concerts at major venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and all over the United States, Canada, and the UK. O Sole Trio's shows are both touching and humorous. They breathe new life into familiar favorites with their unique and innovative arrangements. Their show, From Pavarotti to Pop, features a program of beloved Italian opera arias, Neapolitan songs as well as jazz and pop standards made popular by such singers as Louis Prima, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Connie Francis and Andrea Bocelli.

Improv Cafe

● Saturday, March 11, 2017; 4:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $10 Adults / $6 Youth

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● Make Saturday afternoon the best time of the week when you bring your family out to “Improv Cafe,” the first Saturday of every month at 4:00pm. Local youth improv groups perform short and long form improv that includes suggestions provided by you, the audience! Be as involved in the show as you’d like; whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a player! Snacks and beverages available.

Improv Tonight!

● Saturday, March 11, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us the first Saturday of every month for some of South West Florida’s best Improvisational comedy. Bonita City Improv performs musical improv, games and scenes that include suggestions provided by you, the audience! Every show is different with special guests always popping in from nationally touring improv groups. Be as involved in the show as you’d like, whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a volunteer! Beer and wine available.

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Patchouli & Terra Guitarra: The Landscape of Guitar

● Wednesday, March 15, 2017; 7:30pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Master guitarist Bruce Hecksel and singer-songwriter Julie Patchouli blend music from their two musical projects Terra Guitarra and Patchouli. Performing fiery Spanish guitar pieces like “Malaguena” to the gorgeous vocal harmonies of “Sounds of Silence” this duo takes the art of guitars to another dimension with their new animated multi-media concert experience. A colorful backdrop of lush vibrant painted landscapes based on the guitar theme flows thru the concert. Moving in 3D guitar birds fly through guitar mountains and over guitar rivers, cities and oceans. The paintings come alive with music in this unforgettable surround art experience. See and hear “the harmonies of Simon & Garfunkel, the guitar brilliance of the Gypsy Kings and the colors of Van Gogh” in the Moe Auditorium & Film Center.

Frankly Funny Fridays

● Friday, March 17, 2016; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Frankly Funny Fridays feature character and observation comedy by American playwright and award-winning comedian and actor Frank Blocker. Known for dead-on characterizations in off-Broadway hits Eula Mae’s Beauty, Bait & Tackle and Southern Gothic Novel (Drama Desk Award nomination), Blocker keeps the evening rolling with “expert audience interaction” (NY Times). Monologues, Improv, song, and a guest star or two will pepper the evening of one of these ever-changing performances. Get your most intimate questions hysterically answered by crazy but loving Aunt Pearl. Learn life hacks from a New York City slumlord. You never know what’ll happen, but you’ll go home laughing.

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The McCartney Years

● Saturday, March 18, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $55 Premium Seats | $50 Center Seats | $45 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The McCartney Years is a technically stunning and explosive live concert show that performs the music of Paul McCartney spanning two decades from The Beatles to Wings. Songs include hits like Hey Jude, Jet, Let It Be, Band On The Run, The Long And Winding Road, Live And Let Die, Lady Madonna and many, many more, including some of the deep cuts that McCartney wrote during the 1960’s and 1970’s; all performed to their original, period-true arrangements. You’ll be sure to jump out of your seat to clap, dance and sing to the music of one of the most prolific artists of all time in this authentic, timeless live concert experience.

Celebration of Poetry

● Tuesday, March 21, 2017; 7:00pm

● Center for Visual Arts

● Tickets: Free

● Join us for A Celebration of Poetry at the Centers for the Arts, in this series of events dedicated to poetry that features two nationally recognized poets - Dr. Catalina Monterrosa and Abbott Ikeler - reading selections from their published works. In the second hour, an open mic/discussion format offers attendees a chance to read a poem of their own or of other poets. Drinks and snacks will be available.

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An Evening with Jonathan Edwards

● Thursday, March 23, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $40 Premium Seats | $35 Center Seats | $30 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Warm as summer sunshine, real as the truth, intimate as a long overdue visit between old friends…such is a Jonathan Edwards concert. Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the man simply delivers. Songs of passion, insight and humor, all rendered in his pure and powerful tenor. Edwards began his career opening for acts like the Allman Brothers Band and B. B. King. In 1972 he recorded his first album. Since then, 15 albums later, including Blue Ridge, his standard-setting collaboration with bluegrass favorites, The Seldom Scene, he continues to thrill audiences. “It is really gratifying to hear someone say at a concert, ‘Your stuff has meant a lot to me over the years.” The ‘stuff’ he’s referring to is a highly respected repertoire that includes classics as “Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy’, ‘Sometimes’, ‘One Day Closer’, ‘Don’t Cry Blue’, ‘Emma’, ‘Everybody Knows Her,” “Athens County”, and everyone’s favorite ‘Shanty’. Of course, the anthemic ‘Sunshine (Go Away Today),” that fierce proclamation of protest and independence that resonated with thousands and thousands of men and women when first released in 1971.

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Robin Spielberg

● Saturday, March 25, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $35 Premium Seats | $30 Center Seats | $25 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Robin Spielberg is one of America’s most beloved pianist/composers. With an impressive tour schedule and hundreds of thousands of recordings sold, this Steinway Artist has been winning the hearts of listeners around the world with her compelling melodies and sensitive piano techniques for over twenty years. Whether playing music that embraces the transition from Summer to Autumn, familiar songs for the holidays, or celebrating the glory days, Spielberg’s concerts intertwine musical performance with hilarious stories and excerpts from her award-winning Memoir, “Naked on the Bench: My Adventures in Pianoland” which will be sure to inspire, enlighten and make us laugh.

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German Lopez - Guitarists Duo

● Wednesday, March 29, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $30 Premium Seats | $25 Center Seats | $20 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Germán López is an esteemed timple player from Gran Canaria, a Spanish island off the coast of Africa. At the age of seven, Germán entered the Conservatory of Music of Las Palmas, where he went on to receive a master’s degree in 2001. Since the age of ten, Germán has been performing publicly, including collaborations with the symphony orchestra of Gran Canaria, festivals such as WOMAD, Circuits INJUVE, Expozaragoza, among others. As a conservatory-trained musician, Germán López blends the ancient traditions of the Canary Islands with uncompromising musical virtuosity. Germán will be accompanied for this unique performance by guitarist Antonio Toledo. (The timple, pronounced, “TIM-play,” is an instrument that looks similar to a ukulele, but has a much more robust sound).

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The Rat Pack Remembered

● Friday, March 31, 2017; 7:30pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $57 Premium Seats | $52 Center Seats | $47 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Copa Room, the legendary birthplace of The Rat Pack, savoring booze, broads, one-liners and crooning. Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis are remembered for their outstanding talent and timeless humor. A tribute to these entertainment icons makes for a fabulously funny night! Vegas-style showgirls with multiple costume changes! Great singing! Great nostalgia! Great fun!

Improv Cafe

● Saturday, April 1, 2017; 4:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $10 Adults / $6 Youth

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● Make Saturday afternoon the best time of the week when you bring your family out to “Improv Cafe,” the first Saturday of every month at 4:00pm. Local youth improv groups perform short and long form improv that includes suggestions provided by you, the audience! Be as involved in the show as you’d like; whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a player! Snacks and beverages available.

Improv Tonight!

● Saturday, April 1, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $15 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Join us the first Saturday of every month for some of South West Florida’s best Improvisational comedy. Bonita City Improv performs musical improv, games and scenes that include suggestions provided by you, the audience! Every show is different with special guests always popping in from nationally touring improv groups. Be as involved in the show as you’d like, whether you’re just setting a scene with your suggestions, or whether you’re on stage as a volunteer! Beer and wine available.

Meet the Composers: Beethoven, the Bold

● Sunday, April 2, 2017; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $22 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs is proud to continue our “Meet the Composers” classical music series. Join international artist and lecturer, Dr. Anne McLean the first Sunday of each month as she performs in a multi-media presentation highlighting a great composer’s music, fascinating historical insights and visual images of that unique era.

Seventh in the series is: Beethoven, the Bold. What makes Beethoven’s music so popular with the general public throughout the ages? Does his music speak to all humanity through his music? Enjoy listening to live performances and multi-media performances of his best-loved classics, and learn about the highs and lows of his personal life.

Later Life

● Thursday, April 6, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Austin has spent his entire life convinced that something terrible is bound to happen to him. One night, at a party overlooking Boston harbor, he has the pleasure of rekindling a romance begun almost thirty years ago with Ruth. Now a multiple divorcee, Ruth’s personal life is in such turmoil that mutual friends look to Austin as Ruth’s last shot at normalcy. At the same time, these friends are hoping the wildly unpredictable Ruth will help loosen Austin from the grip of years of depression and lifelessness. Comically, and sometimes painfully, these two people rediscover each other and themselves while a bevy of free-spirited guests rally behind them and remind them of the infinite possibilities that life holds, should one only choose to pursue them.

Later Life

● Friday, April 7, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Austin has spent his entire life convinced that something terrible is bound to happen to him. One night, at a party overlooking Boston harbor, he has the pleasure of rekindling a romance begun almost thirty years ago with Ruth. Now a multiple divorcee, Ruth’s personal life is in such turmoil that mutual friends look to Austin as Ruth’s last shot at normalcy. At the same time, these friends are hoping the wildly unpredictable Ruth will help loosen Austin from the grip of years of depression and lifelessness. Comically, and sometimes painfully, these two people rediscover each other and themselves while a bevy of free-spirited guests rally behind them and remind them of the infinite possibilities that life holds, should one only choose to pursue them.

Later Life

● Saturday, April 8, 2017; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Austin has spent his entire life convinced that something terrible is bound to happen to him. One night, at a party overlooking Boston harbor, he has the pleasure of rekindling a romance begun almost thirty years ago with Ruth. Now a multiple divorcee, Ruth’s personal life is in such turmoil that mutual friends look to Austin as Ruth’s last shot at normalcy. At the same time, these friends are hoping the wildly unpredictable Ruth will help loosen Austin from the grip of years of depression and lifelessness. Comically, and sometimes painfully, these two people rediscover each other and themselves while a bevy of free-spirited guests rally behind them and remind them of the infinite possibilities that life holds, should one only choose to pursue them.

Later Life

● Saturday, April 8, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Austin has spent his entire life convinced that something terrible is bound to happen to him. One night, at a party overlooking Boston harbor, he has the pleasure of rekindling a romance begun almost thirty years ago with Ruth. Now a multiple divorcee, Ruth’s personal life is in such turmoil that mutual friends look to Austin as Ruth’s last shot at normalcy. At the same time, these friends are hoping the wildly unpredictable Ruth will help loosen Austin from the grip of years of depression and lifelessness. Comically, and sometimes painfully, these two people rediscover each other and themselves while a bevy of free-spirited guests rally behind them and remind them of the infinite possibilities that life holds, should one only choose to pursue them.

Later Life

● Sunday, April 9, 2017; 3:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Austin has spent his entire life convinced that something terrible is bound to happen to him. One night, at a party overlooking Boston harbor, he has the pleasure of rekindling a romance begun almost thirty years ago with Ruth. Now a multiple divorcee, Ruth’s personal life is in such turmoil that mutual friends look to Austin as Ruth’s last shot at normalcy. At the same time, these friends are hoping the wildly unpredictable Ruth will help loosen Austin from the grip of years of depression and lifelessness. Comically, and sometimes painfully, these two people rediscover each other and themselves while a bevy of free-spirited guests rally behind them and remind them of the infinite possibilities that life holds, should one only choose to pursue them.

Later Life

● Sunday, April 9, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Moe Auditorium & Film Center

● Tickets: $25 (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Austin has spent his entire life convinced that something terrible is bound to happen to him. One night, at a party overlooking Boston harbor, he has the pleasure of rekindling a romance begun almost thirty years ago with Ruth. Now a multiple divorcee, Ruth’s personal life is in such turmoil that mutual friends look to Austin as Ruth’s last shot at normalcy. At the same time, these friends are hoping the wildly unpredictable Ruth will help loosen Austin from the grip of years of depression and lifelessness. Comically, and sometimes painfully, these two people rediscover each other and themselves while a bevy of free-spirited guests rally behind them and remind them of the infinite possibilities that life holds, should one only choose to pursue them.

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Herencia De Timbiqui

● Saturday, April 15, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $50 Premium Seats | $45 Center Seats | $40 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Hailing from the Timbiquí region of Colombia, Herencia de Timbiquí, presents the ancestral roots of music from that region with a style and energy infects music lovers everywhere. Many of the instruments played by this eleven-member ensemble are traditional to the region and it’s largely Afro-descendant population. Herencia brings together exceptional artistry and a strong commitment to their country and its culture. The ensemble has performed throughout South and Central America, in Europe and at NYU Abu Dhabi. Herencia’s commitment to social issues and traditions is noble, yet it is their rhythmically dynamic stage show that will have you dancing in the aisles - and on the dance floor. Join us, hear and dance along with the extraordinary and unique rhythms of Columbia with Herencia de Timbiqui.

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Presented by

Andrzej Markowski Foundation

Musica Vincit Omnia: Royal String Quartet of Poland

● Thursday, April 20, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $37 Premium Seats | $32 Center Seats | $27 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Nominated for the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Chamber Music Award, the Royal String Quartet is one of the most dynamic string quartets in the world today. Its repertoire combines outstanding musical works of the past with contemporary music, bravely pushing musical genres. The Royal String Quartet receives enthusiastic reviews for its interpretations of Beethoven, Szymanowski, Shostakovich, Górecki but also plays an important part in promoting lesser known Polish music around the world, for instance, the music of Zarębski, Różycki and Bacewicz. “Firm, full-bodied playing, with a wide range of dynamic, colour and attack, and with all the unexpected twists and turns confidently negotiated” (“Gramophone”)

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Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen

● Friday, April 28, 2017; 8:00pm

● Center for Performing Arts - Hinman Auditorium

● Tickets: $45 Premium Seats | $40 Center Seats | $35 Side Seats (10% off for current CFABS Members)

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● Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen have had a lasting musical friendship spanning over forty-five years, since their initial meeting in Los Angeles during the early folk and bluegrass movement. In the summer of 1964, Hillman put down his mandolin after being recruited to play electric bass for a new band, The Byrds. Through various Number One hit songs such as Mr. Tambourine Man and Turn! Turn! Turn!, The Byrds established themselves as a cornerstone in the new cultural and musical movement of the Sixties. Herb Pedersen continued his career in bluegrass, working with the incomparable Flatt and Scruggs, among others. In 1967, Hillman established himself as a songwriter with his first song, Time Between, noted by many as being the first country-rock song. After his tenure with The Byrds, Hillman, along with Gram Parsons, formed The Flying Burrito Brothers, now looked upon as the forerunners of the alternative country-rock style.

 

LOCATING THE NEW CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS

 

New Center for Performing Arts - 10150 Bonita Beach Road SE

 

 

Thanks to our series sponsors:

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Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

 

For more information call the Center for the Arts, 239-495-8989.

 

© 2016 Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs

 Center for Visual Arts: 26100 Old US 41 Road, Bonita Springs, Florida  34135

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Last Updated: 12/01/2016