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FEET DON’T FAIL ME NOW!
A TRIBUTE TO ELLA FITZGERALD
…to a Season of
FREDERICA VON STADE and the SONOS HANDBELL ENSEMBLE
THE WONDER BREAD YEARS
RHONDA VINCENT & THE RAGE
THE MIRACLE WORKER
MANDY PATINKIN: DRESS CASUAL
From the Director
to our wondrous 2013-14 Season! Together with Managing Director Tracy Pinkerton, I am delighted to share what the Arts Alliance has planned for its thirteenth season. Whatever your interest, we promise you’ll discover outstanding performances which will surprise, excite, and entertain you all season long. Each Arts Alliance artist this season is a guide to a new destination. Every performance is a journey which carries us away – and brings us home. I hope you will browse through these pages and find many reasons to join us. The best way to enjoy the shows is as a subscriber. With this remarkable season of events, sellouts are certain. Subscribing is the only way to ensure you will have a ticket to the shows you want to see. And you are guaranteed
the same seats all season long! In addition, you receive priority renewal and seat-change privileges for 2014-15. Read further for other subscriber benefits. Thank you for your continuing support of the arts and the efforts of the Arts Alliance to enrich the lives of the families of our community. As many of you know, I have recently embarked on my own personal journey – into retirement. It has been a sincere honor and privilege to have served the Arts Alliance for the past eight-and-a-half years. I wish you many wondrous evenings of entertainment next season – and for the many yet to come. Rick Schiller Executive Director
Season at a Glance Feet Donâ€™t Fail Me Now! Saturday, September 14, 2013 | 7:30 p.m.
A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald Sunday, October 27, 2013 | 7:30 p.m.
The Wonder Bread Years Saturday, November 23, 2013 | 7:30 p.m.
SONOS Handbell Ensemble Friday, December 6, 2013 | 7:30 p.m.
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage Saturday, January 18, 2014 | 7:30 p.m.
The Miracle Worker Tuesday, March 4, 2014 | 7:30 p.m.
Mandy Patinkin: Dress Casual Friday, March 28, 2014 | 7:30 p.m.
Rapid-Fire Tap and High-Spirited Humor…
Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! Rhythmic Circus
Four energetic dancers transform their tap shoes into innovative and captivating instruments of rhythm. Their completely original performance, Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! is spiced with a variety of musical flavors enlivened by an infectious seven-piece band, vocalists, and a very unique, one-man a cappella beat-box sensation.
in the next, the musical genres move from rock to blues, from salsa to funk.
Rhythmic Circus approaches each number with an inventive style of rapid-fire tap and a celebration of sheer joy and energy. Explosive and raucous at one moment, mellow and groovy
After its Lufkin appearance, the company will travel to New York for its Broadway debut at the New Victory Theatre.
Rhythmic Circus has quickly risen from an underground percussive dance phenomenon to a ground-breaking live performance company. The show is a unique music and dance experience which truly appeals to audiences of all ages.
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Saturday, September 14, 2013 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $51 Section A: $41 Section B: $36 Section C: $32 Single tickets on sale August 14
KTRE–TV Channel 9 The Heart Institute of East Texas Produced by: Regions Bank Tom, Misty, and Garrett Croley 90.9 KSWP/91.9 KAVX Malladi & Reddy, P.A.
“Flat-out amazing!” — Minneapolis Star Tribune
“…so infectiously lighthearted, so creative, and so brilliantly danced, it was really irresistible.” — The People’s Critic
Presented by: Claire and Tom McLaurin Susan and Terry Morgan Dr. Prashant Kumar
The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra…
A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald Featuring vocalist Delores King Williams Dubbed “The First Lady of Song”, the legendary Ella Fitzgerald was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States for more than fifty years. She could sing sultry ballads, sweet and up-tempo jazz, and imitate every instrument in the orchestra. During Ella’s lifetime, she won 13 Grammy Awards and sold over 40 million albums. The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra was established by an act of Congress in 1990. This acclaimed 17-piece big band specializes in re-creating classic performances from the past. Whatever it plays must be an authentic re-creation of the original. In this tribute concert, it pulls together original big band arrangements
created for Ella in the 1940s and 1950s from the Smithsonian archives. These arrangements (by superstars Billy May, Count Basie, Billy Strayhorn, and more) have not been heard live by audiences in over 40 years. Featured vocalist Delores King Williams is a native of Baltimore and studied at the Peabody Conservatory of Music. She has performed at the White House and Carnegie Hall, in off-Broadway runs with The Capitol Steps, and in an Australian tour of Porgy and Bess. www.smithsonianjazz.org www.deloreskingwilliams.moonfruit.com
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Sunday, October 27, 2013 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $51 Section A: $41 Section B: $36 Section C: $32 Single tickets on sale September 27
Sponsored by: City of Lufkin J.E. Kingham Construction Co.
©Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra
Produced by: Angelina College Fine Arts Division Simon and Louise Henderson Foundation Mike Love & Associates Law Firm
“Deed I Do”…”Oh, Lady Be Good”… “Satin Doll”…“Accentuate the Positive”… “…culturally important… musically spectacular” — New York Times
Presented by: Wanda N. Leary David H. Dolben and Charlie Mae Mahan Jim and Ladeen Pluss Drs. Kavitha and Lenin Pinnamaneni
A Fresh and Funny Slice of Americana…
The Wonder Bread Years Starring Pat Hazell The Wonder Bread Years is a humorous and heartwarming salute to baby boomers and pop culture. The show is a fast-paced, laugh-out-loud comedy that gracefully walks the line between stand-up comedy and theatre. It started as a PBS special and quickly morphed into a national tour, now in its twentieth year. Pat Hazell, the writer and sole performer in the show, is a veteran stand-up comedian and playwright, but most significantly -- one of the original writers of Seinfeld. He wrote The Wonder Bread Years about his generation and how it grew up. He makes references to things
you know and remember: the Kellogg’s cereal box you could turn into a bowl, family vacations to nowhere, and baloney and Velveeta sandwiches. Audiences across the country are enjoying a show that not only restores a much-needed sense of wonder, but leaves audiences laughing and savoring the past like never before. Says Pat Hazell, “The Wonder Bread Years is for everyone who remembers a time when Spam was considered actual food. Fortunately, it’s also for everyone who can’t remember Spam as edible, but who appreciates it in a punch line.” www.wonderbreadyears.com
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Saturday, November 23, 2013 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $41 Section A: $31 Section B: $27 Section C: $24 Single tickets on sale October 28
Sponsored by: Goodwin-Lasiter, Inc. Scott & Strong, Architects Urgent Doc Popeyes Produced by: Alexander Lankford & Hiers, CPA’s Commercial Bank of Texas, N.A. Ken Smith & Casper Associates, CPA’S Townsquare Media
“See The Wonder Bread Years any chance you get.”
— Jerry Seinfeld
“Pat Hazell’s nostalgia is contagious.” — The Dallas Morning News
Presented by: Terry and Kathy Orr Gabriel and Sherell Guijarro Harriet and David Tamminga
A Ringing, Singing Christmas Celebration…
Frederica von Stade and the SONOS Handbell Ensem
From the world of opera, comes the worldfamous Frederica von Stade, one of the most dazzling mezzo-sopranos on the opera scene. Performing leading roles in New York’s Metropolitan Opera House for over forty years, she is one of the truly great singers of our day. Joining Ms. von Stade for this very special Christmas concert is the SONOS Handbell Ensemble, one of the most famous – and widely considered the best – handbell groups in the United States. Internationally known, SONOS is a pioneer on the leading edge of handbell artistry, introducing thousands of people to
this tonally entrancing and visually compelling medium. Composers, conductors, and musical artists have spoken of the Ensemble’s virtuosity, energy, and ability to connect with an audience. This ringing, singing Christmas celebration is an intriguing and unusual combination of outstanding artistic and musical talents. Featuring some special guests, the evening is filled with traditional Christmas musical selections and will be an inspiring beginning to your family’s holiday season. www.fredericavonstade.com www.sonos.org
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Friday, December 6, 2013 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $51 Section A: $41 Section B: $36 Section C: $32 Single tickets on sale November 5
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“Ms. von Stade defines what is meant by ‘charisma’ for a musical artist. From the moment she comes on stage, the audience is drawn into what she is singing and how she is singing it.” — The Spokesman-Review
“The music of SONOS stunned us all. The four thousand audience members went wild, just as we knew they would.” — Garrison Keillor, A Prairie Home Companion www.angelinaarts.org
Produced by: Merrill Lynch of Lufkin 90.9 KSWP/91.9 KAVX Texas Timberjack, Inc. Todd, Hamaker & Johnson, LLP Presented by: John and Lynette Monk Linda Ellis
The New Queen of Bluegrass…
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage With over 80 awards to its credit, Rhonda Vincent and The Rage has emerged as the most celebrated band ever in bluegrass, with honors including a “Song of the Year” and a coveted “Entertainer of the Year” award from the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA). Rhonda received a staggering seven consecutive IBMA “Female Vocalist of the Year” awards (2000-2006). Rhonda Vincent is an impeccably gifted bluegrass singer. An engaging personality — which blends down-home sincerity with big-city style — has put her at the very forefront of bluegrass music’s continuing resurgence.
She is among the most complete and accomplished artists of her generation — in any genre. The Society for Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America designated her its “Entertainer of the Year” for 2002-2011 inclusive – an unrivaled ten-year streak! Rhonda Vincent and The Rage’s music incorporates savvy contemporary touches, while drawing deeply from the haunting mountain soul of classic Bill Monroe-styled bluegrass. Its music knows no boundaries. It is unique, exciting, energized, and powerful. www.rhondavincent.com
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Saturday, January 18, 2014 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $46 Section A: $36 Section B: $31 Section C: $27 Single tickets on sale December 12 Box office closed Dec. 24 - Jan. 1
Sponsored by: Brookshire Brothers Charitable Foundation Loving Auto Group
“Rhonda Vincent is too good to be mortal.” — Billboard
“Good music reaches out and touches you. Great music grabs you and doesn’t let go. And this, friends, is great music.” — BluegrassToday.com
“She is to bluegrass now what Aretha Franklin once was to soul music.” — The Buffalo News www.angelinaarts.org
Produced by: Cataract, Glaucoma & Retina Consultants of East Texas CCLA, LLC U.S. Hospitality LTD Y100/Hot 96.3/ Super Mix 101.9
Montana Repertory Theatre…
The Miracle Worker by William Gibson
Few stories are as timeless — or reveal the courage and resilience of the human spirit — as The Miracle Worker. This stirring dramatization of the early life of Helen Keller has been mesmerizing audiences for decades. The Miracle Worker tells the story of young Helen Keller, deaf and blind since infancy, who finds her way into the world of knowledge and understanding with the help of Annie Sullivan, her gifted tutor. In some of the most turbulent and emotion-packed scenes ever presented on the stage, Helen overcomes rage and confusion to triumph over her physical disabilities.
With this production, Montana Repertory Theatre continues to explore great American plays which penetrate the core of human experience. Lufkin audiences have previously seen the company’s touching productions of To Kill a Mockingbird, Bus Stop, and A Trip to Bountiful. Each has brought new vitality and vision to these time-honored theatre pieces. The Miracle Worker is a story of victory over unbelievable odds — accomplished through conviction, perseverance, and love. www.montanarep.org
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Tuesday, March 4, 2014 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $46 Section A: $36 Section B: $31 Section C: $27 Single tickets on sale February 4
Sponsored by: First Bank & Trust East Texas Produced by: Loggins Plumbing The Advanced Financial Group La Lengua Lufkin Plastic Surgery Presented by:
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” — Helen Keller
Brigettee and Trey Henderson
Electrifying Broadway Performer…
Mandy Patinkin: Dress Casual With Paul Ford on Piano
To some, Mandy Patinkin is the Tony Award®winning revolutionary from Evita who grew into a bone fide Broadway star in Sunday in the Park with George. To others, he’s the Emmy® Award-winning Best Actor for his portrayal of Dr. Jeffrey Geiger in Chicago Hope. And to others still, he will always be the man whose name is Inigo Montoya, the swashbuckling swordsman in The Princess Bride. Mandy recently starred in the CBS series Criminal Minds and returns to TV in the Emmy® and Golden Globe Award-winning Showtime Original Series, Homeland, as CIA Division Chief Saul Berenson.
Whichever role you know him for, Mandy Patinkin’s favorite is reaching out to live audiences with the power and the passion of popular song. He belongs to the special breed of singer who doesn’t merely dramatize songs, but incorporates them into his very being. His interpretations of popular standards, superbly accompanied by Paul Ford at the piano, come straight from the heart, mesmerizing audiences from coast to coast. From Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim, from Harry Chapin to Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. www.mandypatinkin.org
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Friday, March 28, 2014 | 7:30 p.m. Premium: $61 Section A: $51 Section B: $46 Section C: $41 Single tickets on sale March 3
Sponsored by: A Friend of the Arts Produced by: Fenley & Bate, LLP
“Mandy Patinkin is a musical force of nature.” — The New Yorker
“The greatest entertainer on Broadway today – period!”
— New York Post
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2013-2014 schooltime series
Performing Arts Experiences for Students Which Expand and Enhance Learning… Each season, the Arts Alliance provides a diversity of performing arts experiences for students in grades Pre-K through 12. Professional artists (actors, singers, musicians, and dancers) – from around the world – travel to Lufkin to perform during the school day for students and their teachers. Each show has connections to school curricula and offers a unique opportunity for teachers to integrate the arts into their daily lesson planning and individual teaching styles. Teacher study guides are available for most performances. The shows are imaginatively conceived, artistically produced, and provide relevant, entertaining, and enriching experiences for students. In 2013-14, three outstanding productions will come to the Temple Theater stage: Alice in Wonderland (Théâtre Tout à Trac/Montreal), Stuart Little (Dallas Children’s Theatre), and The Miracle Worker (Montana Repertory Theatre). Each show is age-specific and selected by the Arts Alliance to encourage the power of imagination, creative thinking, and self-expression.
The Schooltime Series is underwritten by funds generously provided by the T.L.L. Temple Foundation. Additional sponsorship support from Woodland Heights Medical Center
“To advance the performing arts as a means of educating, challenging, and inspiring young people.”
Alice in Wonderland
Based on the book by Lewis Carroll Théâtre Tout à Trac
Friday, October 18, 2013 • 9:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. Recommended for grades 1-5 Alice refuses to do her schoolwork. She prefers to play and daydream in her father’s study, where she stumbles across a strange rabbit who nibbles on books. Faithful to the unbridled humor and madness of the original tale, this adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s famous book is crammed with surprises, which bring the vast range of colorful characters to life. The performance is an homage to reading and features ingenious scenery, in which each book on the shelf becomes a door to the next adventure.
Based on the book by E.B. White Dallas Children’s Theatre
Friday, January 31, 2014 • 9:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. Recommended for grades Pre-K-3 All the charm, wisdom, and joy of E.B. White’s classic novel are brought to life. It’s big excitement for a mild-mannered mouse, Stuart, who leaves his human family in New York and travels across the country in search of the bird who helped save his life. He learns to survive in his super-sized world of humans and discovers the true meaning of family, loyalty, and friendship. A charming story which proves that great things can come in small packages.
The Miracle Worker
By William Gibson Montana Repertory Theatre
Wednesday, March 5, 2014 • 9:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. Recommended for grades 6-12 Few stories are as timeless — or reveal the courage and resilience of the human spirit — as The Miracle Worker. This stirring dramatization tells the story of young Helen Keller, deaf and blind since infancy, who finds her way into the world of knowledge and understanding with the help of Annie Sullivan, her gifted tutor. The Miracle Worker is a story of victory over unbelievable odds — accomplished through conviction, perseverance, and love.
For a brochure with more details of Schooltime Series offerings, call 936-633-5454.
2013-2014 family matinee series Following last season’s performances of The Ugly Duckling and The Tortoise and the Hare and Laura Ingalls Wilder, come three more LIVE shows which families can enjoy together. Bring the kids (or grandkids) for a weekend afternoon of wonder and beauty and FUN! Stay after the show to meet the cast. Then, talk about the experience on the way home. Make a memory, see a show…together!
Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!
Sunday, September 15, 2013 • 2:30 pm • 1 hour $5 kids • $10 grown-ups Tickets on sale Aug. 19 • No reserved seats • Doors open at 1:45 Recommended for ages 7 and up Four energetic dancers transform their tap shoes into innovative and captivating instruments of rhythm. Their completely original performance, Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! is spiced with a variety of musical flavors enlivened by an infectious seven-piece band, vocalists, and a very unique, one-man a cappella beat-box sensation. The show is a unique music and dance experience which truly appeals to audiences of all ages.
Alice in Wonderland
Based on the book by Lewis Carroll Théâtre Tout à Trac
Saturday, October 19, 2013 • 2:30 pm • 1 hour $5 kids • $10 grown-ups Tickets on sale Sept. 23 • No reserved seats • Doors open at 1:45 Recommended for ages 6-11 Alice refuses to do her schoolwork. She prefers to play and daydream in her father’s study, where she stumbles across a strange rabbit who nibbles on books. Faithful to the unbridled humor and madness of the original tale, this adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s famous book is crammed with surprises, which bring the vast range of colorful characters to life. The performance is an homage to reading and features ingenious scenery, in which each book on the shelf becomes a door to the next adventure.
Based on the book by E.B. White Dallas Children’s Theatre
Saturday, February 1, 2014 • 12:00 pm (note early start time) $5 kids • $10 grown-ups • 1 hour Tickets on sale Jan. 6 • No reserved seats • Doors open at 11:15 Recommended for ages 4-9 All the charm, wisdom, and joy of E.B. White’s classic novel are brought to life. It’s big excitement for a mild-mannered mouse, Stuart, who leaves his human family in New York and travels across the country in search of the bird who helped save his life. He learns to survive in his super-sized world of humans and discovers the true meaning of family, loyalty, and friendship. A charming story which proves that great things can come in small packages.
Family Matinee Series is sponsored by Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy Jordan Family Dentistry
Help Bring The Arts To Life IT IS IMPORTANT TO NURTURE ALL THAT WE VALUE IN OUR COMMUNITY. In order to maintain critical Arts Alliance program funding, we need you! Ticket sales cover only 60% of our operating expenses. It’s only through generous individual donations that we are able to create a dynamic, robust season – year after year – and engage the community like we do. Your support ensures that the Arts Alliance experience will continue to be a cultural treasure for East Texas. Please consider making a contribution to the Arts Alliance. Your support – at any level – is deeply appreciated. Your tax-deductible gift keeps ticket prices affordable, supports arts education and outreach, and helps bring the finest performing artists to Lufkin. Your donation to the Arts Alliance truly helps bring the arts to life in our community. Thank you for considering a gift for the coming season.
WE ARE SINCERLY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR DONATION AND OFFER YOU THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:
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Why Subscribe? As a subscriber, your subscription seats are reserved for you at every performance. You receive priority seating and retain the same seats for the entire season. You receive all of your tickets in advance; you won’t have to wait in box office lines or risk missing a sold-out performance. For as long as you continue your subscription, you will have the first opportunity to renew the same seats. If you decide to make a change, your request is given the highest priority and is processed before new orders. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION Subscriptions are filled in the order they are received. Renewals from current subscribers are processed first. Orders -- for new subscriptions and from current subscribers wishing to change seats – are filled subject to availability. ORDER EARLY FOR BEST SEATS! Seat assignments for new orders or changes are made in the order of date received. You will be contacted by phone or E-mail to choose your seat(s). Your check or credit card will be processed when we receive your order. You will receive confirmation of your order by E-mail. If you are unable to attend a performance, please consider donating your ticket(s) back to the Arts Alliance. When there is a full house, this will free-up your seats for other patrons who wish to attend. You will receive a tax-deductible receipt for your donation. To donate tickets, call the box office – at your earliest convenience – prior to the show.
Subscription tickets will be mailed in early September. Please mark all performance dates on your calendar and contact the box office (936-633-5454) if you do not receive tickets by September 10, 2013. www.angelinaarts.org BOOKMARK OUR WEBSITE as a favorite. VISIT OFTEN to keep informed about upcoming events, special offers, background information on the artists and shows, updates on Schooltime and Family Matinee performances, Camp CenterStage, and volunteer activities. JOIN OUR E-MAIL INSIDERS with the click of a button. ONLINE TICKETING Single show tickets can now be purchased online. Exceptions: wheelchair accessible seating and discounted tickets (e.g. subscribers and groups).
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Due to the nature of live performing arts, all programs, artists, dates, times, and prices are subject to change. If this occurs, we will try to notify you as soon as possible. E-mail is our preferred method of communication. Tickets are nonrefundable, except in cases of canceled events which are not re-scheduled.
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