Corpus Christi Mar.20 - Apr.4 The play begins: "We are going to tell you an old and familiar story." But from that point on, nothing feels quite familiar again. What follows is a story that parallels the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus. But McNally's Christ figure is a character named Joshua, a young man born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. Different from the other boys because he is homosexual, Joshua grows up in isolation and torment. He flees Corpus Christi in search of a more accepting environment, gathering followers along the way who are bound to him by his message of love and tolerance. get ticketsConcert for the Planet Mar.29 A salute to Earth day with a musical tribute to Mother Nature.
The Philharmonic offers an optional "Kid's Club membership that includes a newsletter and t-shirt for each member at $18 per child. All concerts are general admission at $9 per ticket. Discounted subscriptions are available throught the Philharmonic ticket office. get ticketsAlton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour Apr.2 “We have combined science, music, food, and a few other things no one in his right mind would allow me to do on TV, into a two hour extravaganza that’s fun for the whole family,” says Brown. He has been cultivating the show’s material for about a decade and wrote most of the musical numbers which all take a comedic look at food.
Brown, author of seven books including the James Beard award winning “I’m Just Here for the Food” and New York Times bestselling sequence “Good Eats,” has hosted numerous food series including “Iron Chef America.” He currently serves as host on the game show “Cutthroat Kitchen.” Brown created, produced and hosted the Peabody award winning series “Good Eats” for 13 years on Food Network; Good Eats can still be seen on the Cooking Channel and Netflix.
Those craving Brownian wit and wisdom from its truest source can find additional show and ticketing information at www.altonbrowntour.com get ticketsThe Amish Project Apr.10 - 12 The Amish Project is a fictional exploration of the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community, and the path of forgiveness and compassion forged in its wake.
"Extraordinary....compelling...the play is also a remarkable piece of writing. —New York Times "The Amish Project is thought-provoking, compelling theatre..." —nytheatre.com get ticketsMore Shows