Page 1

INSPIRE • ENTERTAIN • EDUCATE

Premiere Summer Season 2018

Events & Subscription details inside

GRAND OPENING JULY 7, 2018! GREATLAKESCFA.ORG


WELCOME TO THE

2018 PREMIERE SUMMER SEASON

T

he dream has become reality, as the Great Lakes Center for the Arts begins its journey transforming the performing arts in Michigan and beyond! Years in the making, the Center’s Grand Opening on July 7, 2018, marks the culmination of years of dreaming, planning and perfecting the vision for a state-of-theart, year-round performing arts theater in Northern Michigan. Join us for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! This booklet shares the inaugural 14 performances of the Center’s 2018 Premiere Summer Season. We are proud of the caliber of the artists, speakers and community members who will be the first to take the stage in our intimate, 500-seat theater. Audiences will be delighted by the diversity of programming and excited by both familiar names and new ones to be discovered. We look forward to welcoming you to your seats beginning July 7, 2018. Thank you for your interest in and support of the Great Lakes Center for the Arts, and for sharing this historic moment with us!

The curtain is about to rise... With kind regards,

REACH US

Jill O’Neill, Executive Director

231.439.2610

Michael M. Kaiser, Founding Artistic Director, Lead Strategy Consultant

tickets@ greatlakescfa.org

2

&

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


Raising the Curtain! The Center’s Grand Opening Gala July 7, 2018 • 8 pm An evening of symphony, stars and celebration! For its Grand Opening event, the Great Lakes Center for the Arts is pleased to present the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during an unforgettable evening on the shores of Lake Michigan. Join us in celebrating a magnificent moment in this incredible journey, as the Center raises the curtain on a new era of performing arts. This first event is a gala fundraiser to support the Center, ensuring world-class programming for all, for generations to come. For more information about sponsorship opportunities or to inquire about reservations, please contact the Development Office at 231.439.2606 or gala@greatlakescfa.org.

The internationally acclaimed Detroit Symphony Orchestra is known for trailblazing performances, visionary maestros and collaborations with the world’s foremost musical artists. The DSO’s performances include Classical, Pops, Jazz, Young People’s concerts and more. On this special evening, the Great Lakes Center for the Arts and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will be joined by the esteemed Interlochen Arts Camp’s World Youth Honors Choir, and other surprise guests. dso.org

interlochen.org

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

3


2018 PREMIERE SUMMER SEASON JULY

GREAT LAKES LEADERSHIP FORUM THURSDAY, JULY 12 • 8 PM ALL SEATS $20 The Great Lakes Center for the Arts is pleased to launch its signature series, the Leadership Forum.

Dr. Miyawaki

Mr. Hesse

4

In the first Forum, Dr. Edison Miyawaki, a Boston neurologist and Harvard faculty member, will discuss “What is memory, and where is Alzheimer’s research headed?” Daniel Hesse, former CEO of the Sprint Corporation, will discuss the transformation of mobile technology. He was also the voice of the “Simply Sprint” campaign.

Cheryl Bachelder, former CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, will talk about the role of courage and humility in driving superior performances. Ms. Bachelder She is the author of the best-selling book, Dare to Serve: How to Drive Superior Results by Serving Others. Bill Cobb, retired CEO of H&R Block and Petoskey seasonal resident, will moderate. The Forum will feature diverse topics in an Mr. Cobb interview format and will give audience members a chance to learn from the most inspiring members of the Northern Michigan community and beyond.

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


JULY 2018

STARS OF THE JOFFREY BALLET SATURDAY, JULY 14 • 8 PM $110 / $80 / $65 / $40 A

B

One of America’s cultural jewels, The Joffrey Ballet expresses a unique perspective on dance, proudly reflecting the diversity of America with its company, audiences, and repertoire which includes major story ballets, reconstructions of masterpieces and contemporary works.

C

D

Founded by visionary teacher Robert Joffrey in 1956 and guided by celebrated choreographer Gerald Arpino from 1988 until 2007, The Joffrey Ballet continues to thrive under internationally renowned Artistic Director Ashley Wheater. joffrey.org

“The dancers were

on fire from the moment the lights came up.” Chicago Sun-Times

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

5


JULY 2018

INTERLOCHEN JAZZ FACULTY TUESDAY, JULY 17 • 8 PM ALL SEATS $20 Join Interlochen Arts Camp faculty for an unforgettable evening of Jazz, America’s own music. These acclaimed performers will have guests swinging in their seats as the performers serve up a medley of favorites. interlochen.org

We are just getting started! Inside this booklet are the first 14 Premiere Summer Season performances at the Great Lakes Center for the Arts, and it is only the beginning of the journey to come! In 2018, the Center will announce performances for the remainder of 2018 (September-December.) In March 2018, single ticket sales begin for summer 2018 events. With an intimate theater of 500 seats, subscribing now is the best opportunity to ensure your seats for the premiere season! See pages 10-11 for details.

The Great Lakes Center for the Arts is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. To join our Family of Dreammakers and enjoy the benefits of supporting the Center, please contact the Director of Development at 231.439.2606 or info@greatlakescfa.org.

6

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


JULY 2018

PINK MARTINI SATURDAY, JULY 21 • 8 PM $90 / $60 / $45 / $30 A

B

C

The Great Lakes Center for the Arts presents the biggest little orchestra around – Pink Martini, featuring lead singer China Forbes. Drawing inspiration from music from around the world – crossing genres of classical, jazz and old-fashioned pop – Thomas Lauderdale founded Pink Martini in 1994. Twenty years later, Pink Martini still tours the world, singing in 25 languages at opera houses, concert halls, film festivals, museums and fashion shows. In 2014, Pink Martini was inducted into both the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame and the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. The Guardian (London), stated: “Pink Martini have become an international phenomenon by mixing glamour and sophisticated easy-listening with multilingual songs and the unexpected.”

D

“Pink Martini

is a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure. If the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.” Thomas Lauderdale, Bandleader/Pianist

THE SOUND: Pink Martini’s “little orchestra” draws inspiration from the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 1940s and ‘50s and crosses genres to make an eclectic, genre-defiant sound. Arrangements of Latin music, jazz, cabaret and cinema scores have made Pink Martini a favorite for a diverse audience of all ages. Their latest release, “Je dis oui!” traverses the world from France to Iran, Armenia, and South Africa and beyond. pinkmartini.com

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

7


JULY 2018

GREAT LAKES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA with soloists Dylana Jenson & David Lockington

TUESDAY, JULY 24 • 8 PM ALL SEATS $20

The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Music Director Dr. Libor Ondras, are excited to present an evening of the world’s greatest music. Featured performances will include “Bartered Bride Overture” by Smetana, “Choruses from Candide” by Bernstein, “El Salon Mexico” by Copland, and Brahms’ “Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra Op. 102.” Soloists will be Dylana Jenson, violin, and David Lockington, cello.

ABOUT THE SOLOISTS Dylana Jenson started playing violin at age 2. At the International Tchaikovsky Competition, she became the youngest and first American woman to win the Silver Medal at age 17. She made a Carnegie Hall debut playing the Sibelius Concerto with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra, which launched her career as a concert violinist.

David Lockington received his masters in cello performance The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra from Yale University and served as assistant principal cellist of has completed 16 seasons as the only the Denver Symphony Orchestra professional orchestra in Michigan before turning to conducting full north of the 45th parallel. Since 2001, time. He was the conductor of the GLCO has offered to its audiences over Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra for 14 years. He 150 performances, including chamber is Music Director of the Pasadena and Modesto Symmusic series concerts, educational phonies, and he has never stopped playing the cello. concerts and outreach projects in glcorchestra.org local schools.

8

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


JULY 2018

AN EVENING WITH SARA EVANS SATURDAY, JULY 28 • 8 PM $110 / $80 / $65 / $40 A

B

Multi-platinum country entertainer Sara Evans is at the top of her game. With five No. 1 country singles including “No Place That Far,” “Suds In The Bucket, “A Real Fine Place To Start,” “Born to Fly,” and “A Little Bit Stronger,” which spent 2 weeks in the top spot and was certified platinum, Ms. Evans thrills audiences across the U.S. Her “stunning, country voice” (Rolling Stone) has earned her the prestigious Academy of Country Music Top Female vocalist accolade as well as numerous American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Country Music Association, CMT and Grammy Awards nominations. The CMA awarded Video of the Year honors for her hit chart-topping single, “Born to Fly” from her double-platinum album of the same name.

C

D

In 2014 Ms. Evans released her critically acclaimed seventh studio album “Slow Me Down,” which debuted at No. 2 on the Country Album Chart and landed in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart. Named one of People Magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” Ms. Evans’ career also includes the platinumselling studio albums “Real Fine Place” and “Restless” and the gold-certified “No Place That Far.” She released her highly anticipated eighth studio album, “Words,” in July 2017. In addition to a prolific country music career, Ms. Evans is an accomplished author, lifestyle blogger and Red Cross ambassador. For more information, visit SaraEvans.com and ARealFinePlace.com and engage with her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

9


GLCFA Subsc What does the perfect performance line-up look like to you? You choose! To launch a dazzling 2018 Premiere Summer Season, the Great Lakes Center for the Arts is offering subscription packages for patrons to choose a selection of favorite events, or to subscribe to the entire season and ensure the same seats at each performance.

Here’s how the GLCFA Subscription Program works:

The Center is an intimate, 500-seat theater. To ensure seats for the premiere season, the best option is to lock in a subscription now. Single tickets for events listed go on sale March 1, 2018.

Subscription roll-out timeline:

Pre-sales to donors: July 17-Sept. 1, 2017 Subscriptions on sale to the general public: Sept. 1, 2017 Discounts on subscriptions: Valid through Dec. 31, 2017

There are several subscription options:

Choose 4, 5 or 6 events: This will ensure your seats for the 2018 Premiere Summer Season performances that excite you most! Choose 7 or more events: When you select 7 or more of the 14 Premiere Summer Season performances, or the Full Season, you will receive a 10% discount. The fine details: Select the shows that you would like to attend on the enclosed form and remit with payment. You may also pay with credit card online at www.greatlakescfa.org or by calling 231.439.2610. Your order will be confirmed via email. Seat assignments will be made by March 1, 2018. If your first choice of section cannot be accommodated, you will be notified. Subscriptions are not available for fewer than 4 events. The Opening Gala detailed on Page 3 is a standalone fundraiser supporting affordable performing arts events throughout 2018 and is not part of the Premiere Summer Season Subscription Program.

10

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


cription Series D

D

With an intimate 500-seat

D

D

theater, all seats in the house

C

will offer exceptional views

C C

of the stage!

A B

A

A

BOX

BOX

BOX

B

A

BOX

B C

MAIN LEVEL B

A

A

A

A

B

D

Add tickets! As a benefit of being a subscriber, you may add extra tickets to

STAGE

events. Indicate the total number

STAGE

of tickets you’d like on the order form by adding your base subscription + extra tickets. All seat selections for your subscription and extra tickets must be in the same section.

UPPER LEVEL Box seating only Box seats are reserved for box holders and not part of the subscription program at this time.

STAGE

STAGE

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

11


AUGUST 2018 AUGUST

GREAT LAKES MUSIC FESTIVAL! THURSDAY, AUG. 2 • 8 PM ALL SEATS $20 The Great Lakes Music Festival is an annual event showcasing compelling young indie/country/rock artists with ties to the Great Lakes region. Stay tuned for performers!

About the Northern Michigan Region The Great Lakes Center for the Arts is located in the heart of Northern Michigan on the shores of Little Traverse Bay and Lake Michigan. This area is a year-round recreational destination, with miles of trails and shoreline. Nearby to the Center are the communities of Bay Harbor, Boyne City, Charlevoix, Harbor Springs, Mackinac Island, Petoskey and Walloon Lake. Each has its own distinct characteristics including quaint downtowns with exceptional shopping and dining, recreational opportunities and eclectic arts and cultural offerings. ←

MACKINAW CITY / MACKINAC ISLAND

HARBOR SPRINGS

The Great Lakes Center for the Arts is located at the northwestern tip of Michigan’s Lower PETOSKEY

Peninsula.

BAY HARBOR

← CHARLEVOIX

WALLOON LAKE

BOYNE CITY

12


AUGUST 2018

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER SUNDAY, AUG. 5 • 4 PM $90 / $60 / $45 / $30 A

B

Charles Krauthammer writes a syndicated column for The Washington Post which appears in more than 400 newspapers worldwide and for which he won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize. He is a FOX News commentator, appearing nightly on FOX’s evening news program, “Special Report with Bret Baier.” His latest book, Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics, a #1 New York Times bestseller, has sold more than one million copies. Born in New York City and raised in Montreal, Mr. Krauthammer was educated at McGill University (B.A. 1970), Oxford University (Commonwealth Scholar in Politics) and Harvard (M.D. 1975). While serving as chief resident in psychiatry at the Massachusetts

C

D

General Hospital, he co-discovered a form of bipolar disease. In 1978, he quit medical practice and went to Washington to help direct planning in psychiatric research in the Carter administration. In 1980, he served as a speech writer to Vice President Walter Mondale. He joined The New Republic in 1981. Three years later his New Republic essays won the National Magazine Award for Essays and Criticism. From 2001 to 2006, he served on the President’s Council on Bioethics. He is president of The Krauthammer Foundation and chairman of Pro Musica Hebraica, an organization dedicated to the recovery and performance of lost classical Jewish music. He is also a member of Chess Journalists of America.

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

13


AUGUST 2018

‘THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

PRESENTED BY BAY VIEW MUSIC FESTIVAL

TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY AUG. 7-8 • 8 PM ALL SEATS $30

Bay View Music Festival hosts over 120 auditioned, collegiate musicians each summer as a vital component of the Bay View Association’s summer programming and conservatory, one of the oldest of its kind in the country. This fully staged, hilarious production of Mozart’s popular opera, accompanied by orchestra, is the only production of its kind in Northwest Michigan and is a great evening of entertainment for first-timer and opera aficionado alike. For a complete schedule of the opera and additional programming on Bay View’s unique historic campus north of Petoskey on U.S. 31, visit www.bayviewassociation.org.

Please note each evening is an identical performance.

14

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


AUGUST 2018

MATTHEW MORRISON SATURDAY, AUG. 11 • 8 PM $110 / $80 / $65 / $40 A

Emmy, Tony and Golden Globenominated star Matthew Morrison, backed by his five-piece band, will perform Broadway standards and numbers from his past productions, such as Hairspray, South Pacific, Finding Neverland, and Glee. Mr. Morrison is a versatile actor who is recognized for his work on-stage and on-screen. Many will recognize him from Fox’s musical comedy series Glee, where he starred for many years as the director of the glee club, Mr. Schuester. The Golden-Globe winning show concluded in 2015. In addition to his Broadway tenure in 2016, Mr. Morrison performed as a guest star on the CBS hit show The Good Wife, where he played the role of U.S. Attorney Connor Fox through the series finale.

B

C

D

In June 2013, Mr. Morrison released his latest studio album, “Where It All Began,” which is a Broadway standards record that was produced by the legendary Phil Ramone. Prior, Mr. Morrison released his debut, self-titled album through Mercury Records in 2011, which featured an A-list lineup of guest artists including Sting, Gwyneth Paltrow and Sir Elton John. Mr. Morrison studied musical theater, vocal performance and dance at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. He made his debut on Broadway in Footloose but his big break came when he was cast as heartthrob Link Larkin in the hit Hairspray. He was later nominated for a Tony Award for his role in The Light in the Piazza. matthewmorrison.com

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

15


AUGUST 2018

BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY FRIDAY & SATURDAY AUG. 17-18 • 8 PM $90 / $60 / $45 / $30 A

B

Musical, 2 hours 25 minutes (incl. intermission). Suitable for all ages. The action takes place in Lubbock, Texas, Clovis, New Mexico, New York and Clear Lake, Iowa, between Jan. 1956 and Feb. 1959. Starting out as a Country & Western singer in Lubbock, Buddy and his two friends, Joe and Jerry, form “The Crickets.” With the support of a local radio DJ, ‘Hipockets’ Duncan, they begin to carve out a career in music. After an inauspicious start at Decca Records in Nashville, Buddy and the Crickets sign a contract with up-and-coming innovative record producer, Norman Petty. Within hours of meeting they start to record Buddy’s biggest hit, “That’ll Be The Day.” Buddy’s final performance

16

C

D

at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, with Ritchie Valens (“La Bamba”) and the ‘Big Bopper’ J.P. Richardson (“Chantilly Lace”) is recreated. After the concert, Buddy breaks his promise to his pregnant wife not to fly as he and the two headliners board a small plane and fly off into the night for Moorhead, Minn., only to crash into a field. The tragedy snatches away the lives of three dynamic musical talents – Buddy Holly (22), Ritchie Valens (17) and the Big Bopper (28) – and is often referred to as “the day the music died.” buddythemusical.com

Please note each evening is an identical performance.

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 • 231.439.2610


AUGUST 2018

COMEDIAN

TOM PAPA SATURDAY, AUG. 25 • 8 PM $90 / $60 / $45 / $30 A

With more than 20 years as a standup comedian, Tom Papa is one of the top comedic voices in the country finding success in film, television and radio, as well as on the live stage. Mr. Papa is host of the hit podcast and SiriusXM show, Come to Papa, a weekly, hour-long show featuring Papa exploring the funny side of life, occasionally with guests like Mel Brooks, Ray Romano, Carl Reiner and Jerry Seinfeld.

B

C

D

Personally chosen by Jerry Seinfeld, Mr. Papa hosted the NBC series, The Marriage Ref, which ran for two seasons. He had a recurring role opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the CBS series, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and starred in his own NBC series, Come to Papa. When not touring the country, Mr. Papa lives in New York and Los Angeles with his wife and family. tompapa.com

GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org

17


AUGUST 2018

GREAT LAKES CONSERVATORY NIGHT THURSDAY, AUG. 30 • 7 PM ALL SEATS $20 The new Chamber Music Department of the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance presents a performance featuring some of the best student ensembles on the Ann Arbor campus. From winds and brass to strings and piano, come hear a beautifully curated evening featuring a variety of both new and old music.

How to Support the Great Lakes Center for the Arts The Great Lakes Center for the Arts is a 501(c)3 charitable organization with an independent Board of Directors. The Center has been funded by generous private donors who believe in the ability of the arts to transform lives! There are a number of ways to support the mission: SEAT CAMPAIGN: $5,000 - Engrave your name in history! FOUNDING CIRCLE MEMBERS: $25,000 and above - Permanent recognition on donor wall inside the Center. CAPITAL CAMPAIGN: Join us in crossing the finishing line - Bricks and mortar. ANNUAL FUND: All donations welcome - Support accessible ticket pricing, annual operating budget and educational outreach.

18

To learn more about joining the Family of Dreammakers, please call the Development Office at 231.439.2606 or email info@greatlakescfa.org.


AUGUST 2018 OUR JOURNEY IS JUST BEGINNING!

CELEBRATE THE JOURNEY! SUNDAY, SEPT. 2 • 8 PM $50 / $30 A-B

Celebrate the journey of the Center’s 2018 Premiere Summer Season and enjoy some light-hearted fun this Labor Day weekend! This event will be set to the tunes of one of the most memorable decades in music: The ‘80s! The Center will host a pre-party in the Community Engagement Room and other fun festivities to celebrate a successful first summer filled with the enchantment of a diverse performing arts season. This is a chance to gather friends, throwback to the ‘80s and have fun after a whirlwind summer of world-class entertainment!

C-D

journey through some of rock’s most enduring classics, including “Faithfully,” “Stone in Love,” “Who’s Cryin’ Now,” “Wheel in the Sky,” “Don’t Stop Believin’” and many more. Be prepared for a high-energy show when these musicians re-create the sound of one of the greatest rock bands of all time!

Providing the music will be “The Journey Tribute Band” and its talented musicians who will take patrons on a GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • tickets@greatlakescfa.org • 231.439.2610

19


A summer with the stars in Northern Michigan!

2018 Premiere Summer Season JULY 7 JULY 12 JULY 14 JULY 17 JULY 21 JULY 24 JULY 28

The Grand Opening Gala! Great Lakes Leadership Forum Stars of the Joffrey Ballet Interlochen Jazz Faculty Pink Martini Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra An Evening with Sara Evans

AUG 2 AUG 5 AUG 7&8 AUG 11 AUG 17&18 AUG 25 AUG 30 SEPT 2

Great Lakes Music Festival Charles Krauthammer Marriage of Figaro Matthew Morrison Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story Comedian Tom Papa Great Lakes Conservatory Night Celebrate the Journey!

Subscribe to your favorite series of events, or the entire season! Details inside

800 BAY HARBOR DRIVE • BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 GREATLAKESCFA.ORG • 231.439.2610 • tickets@greatlakescfa.org


Great Lakes Center for the Arts presents ...

2018 Premiere Summer Season Subscriptions Create a subscription series to your must-see performances in the 2018 Premiere Summer Season! The GLCFA is accepting subscription orders only at this time; single tickets go on sale March 1, 2018. If you have questions about creating a subscription order, please call 231.439.2610 or email tickets@greatlakescfa.org.

 Options: 1.

Choose the number of events you’d like to see

Choose 4-6

Choose 7-13

Full Season - 14

• Ensure seats prior to singleticket sales!

• 10% discount • Ensure seats

• 10% discount • Ensure same seats at each event

Select your preferred seating section below; tickets will be issued in one section only for subscriptions. A theater diagram of Sections A, B, C and D is on the reverse side. Please request your first choice of section; if your request cannot be accommodated, GLCFA will contact you. As a subscriber benefit, you may request additional tickets to any event; you will be notified if tickets cannot be fulfilled. Refunds will only be issued for seats not fulfilled; all purchases are final. (See our ticketing policies at www.greatlakescfa.org.) Subscriptions are only available for four or more events. Remember to include the 2018 Premiere Summer Season 10% discount on 7 or more events prior to Dec. 31, 2017! Tear at perforation for mailing

Create your subscription! 2.

Choose your section Mark the box with your first choice section:

3.

Select your events:

Great Lakes Leadership Forum Stars of the Joffrey Interlochen Jazz Faculty Pink Martini Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra An Evening With Sara Evans Great Lakes Music Festival Charles Krauthammer Bay View Opera: Marriage of Figaro* Bay View Opera: Marriage of Figaro* Matthew Morrison Musical: Buddy Holly Story* Musical: Buddy Holly Story* Comedian Tom Papa Great Lakes Conservatory Night Celebrate the Journey!

Dates Thu Sat Tue Sat Tue Sat Thu Sun Tue

July 12 July 14 July 17 July 21 July 24 July 28 Aug 2 Aug 5 Aug 7

Wed Sat Fri Sat Sat Thu Sun

Aug 8 Aug 11 Aug 17 Aug 18 Aug 25 Aug 30 Sept 2

Theater diagram on reverse side

Section

A

B

$20 $110 $20 $90 $20 $110 $20 $90 $30 $30 $110 $90 $90 $90 $20 $50

$20 $80 $20 $60 $20 $80 $20 $60 $30 $30 $80 $60 $60 $60 $20 $50

C $20

$65 $20 $45 $20 $65 $20 $45 $30 $30 $65 $45 $45 $45 $20 $30

D $20

4.

SECTION PRICE

Total Price for tickets

# of tickets per event X

BASE + EXTRA

$40 $20 $30 $20 $40 $20 $30 $30 $30 $40 $30 $30 $30 $20 $30

=

Total Ticket Price # of events attending

231.439.2610 or tickets@greatlakescfa.org

Please complete mailing & payment information on reverse side

Your base subscription + extra tickets

Select the same section for all events

* Note: Identical shows on two nights.

Please contact us with any questions or for assistance:

Event price for section

Total # of tickets

Less 10% discount for 7+ events Subtotal + X $3 per ticket handling fee

Yes, I believe in the power of the arts to transform lives! My tax-deductible donation to the GLCFA: Grand Total


2018 Premiere Summer Season Subscriptions

Subscription notes D

D

D

D

C C

C A

B

A

BOX

BOX

B

A

BOX

A

B

Subscriptions may be requested in Sections A, B, C and D. Box seat subscriptions are available only to box holders at this time. You will receive an email confirmation of your order. Tickets with your row and seat number(s) will be mailed March 1, 2018.

BOX

A

A

B

A

Easy exchanges: Can’t make one of your shows? Exchanges are free for subscribers up to 72 hours before a performance. Fees apply to exchanges that include an upgrade in seating section. If you require accessible seating, please call 231.439.2610.

STAGE STAGE

STAGE

If you wish to sit next to someone, please subscribe together in one order. Extra tickets in addition to your base subscription may not be placed next to the subscriber’s seat(s). All tickets will be reserved in the subscriber’s name only. The only way to ensure the same seats for each event is to subscribe to the full season. Fulfilled ticket orders are non-refundable. Tickets may be donated back to GLCFA and are tax deductible. Questions? Contact us! 231.439.2610 or email tickets@greatlakescfa.org.

Thank you!

Tear at perforation for mailing

Order form for 2018 Premiere Summer Season on other side

CONTACT INFORMATION NAME

SEND TICKETS TO THIS ADDRESS ON MARCH 1, 2018

ADDRESS CITY/STATE/ZIP PHONE

REGISTER FOR E-NEWSLETTER

EMAIL

ALTERNATE ADDRESS FOR MAILING TICKETS MARCH 1, 2018: ADDRESS CITY/STATE/ZIP

METHOD OF PAYMENT

NAME ON CARD

ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK MADE PAYABLE TO GREAT LAKES CENTER FOR THE ARTS VISA

MASTERCARD

AMEX

DISCOVER

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU’VE LOCKED IN SEATS FOR THE 2018 PREMIERE SUMMER SEASON!

CARD NUMBER EXPIRATION SIGNATURE

CVV DATE

MAIL TO: 800 BAY HARBOR DR. BAY HARBOR, MI 49770 231.439.2610 fax: 231.439.2660 info@greatlakescfa.org

Great Lakes Center for the Arts - Premiere Summer Season 2018  
Great Lakes Center for the Arts - Premiere Summer Season 2018  

Events and Subscription