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All Performances are held at the Mt. San Jacinto Campus Theatre, 1499 N State St., San Jacinto, unless otherwise noted. For Menifee Performing Arts, please call 1.800.452.3335 ext. 5790 or 951.639.5790.

Chicago the musical, 2008

Tickets may be reserved by either: Calling the theatre box office at 951.487.3790 or Sending a check made out to MSJC. Please tell us the performance you would like to attend & how many tickets you are paying for. Include your name and telephone number. Mail to: MSJC Theatre Box Office 1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, CA 92583 or Come to the Box Office. Box Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 10AM – 3PM, subject to change. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. No drinks or food are allowed in the theatre. Seating at any performance is not guaranteed without a reservation. Unpaid reservations will be released 15 minutes before a performance. Paid seats not occupied 15 minutes after the start of a performance will be released.

Japanese Taiko Drumming




Enjoy some of the big screen’s most memorable film scores. ��������� John Williams: Harry Potter Symphonic Suite Witness the courage of a Park young man & Jurassic who beat all odds to become the James Horner: Titanic first African-American major league & Star Trek Through The Years baseball player. This stirring one-hour The Gladiator James Horner: family musical is&aThe powerful Music character of James Bond: 007 study that will encourage audiences Sunday, October 14th 2:30 PM of all ages. General Admission: $10 Studio Theatre - Seating is Limited$8to 60 Seniors: th Friday, ASB or Child: (12 &September under free)12th $5 Saturday, September 13 Sunday, September 14th Friday, September 19th Saturday, September 20th Sunday, September 21st General Admission to All:

7:30 7:30 2:30 7:30 7:30 2:30 $5

MSJC Symphony “ EU ROPE AN TOU R” Sunday,

October 26th

General Admission: Senior: ASB (12 and Under Free):

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5

Concert Band “ HAIL TO THE CHIE F ”

A glimpse into the music depicting the people and events surrounding the highest office in the land. Tuesday,

October 28th

General Admission: Senior: ASB: Under 18:

7:30PM $10 $8 $5 Free

Golden Eagles Big Band “A TRIB UTE TO MR . S INATR A”

Vocalists Gabe La Rosa & Angie La Duke team up with the band to deliver a Las Vegas style show. Saturday, November 1st 2:30PM 2:30PM Sunday, November 2nd General Admission: Senior: ASB: Under 18:

Our Town

$10 $8 $5 Free

WRIT TE N BY PU LIZE R PRIZE WINNE R THORNTON WILDE R The heartwarming timeless classic about the love of life and the passion for existence.

Saturday, November 8th Sunday, November 9th Friday, November 14th Saturday, November 15th Sunday, November 16th General Admission: ASB: Children Under 12:

7:30 2:30 7:30 7:30 2:30 $10 $6 Free

“Bits ‘n’ Pieces” Dance Concert AN ECLECTIC M IX OF DANCE GE NRES This “Works-in-Progress” concert showcases student and faculty choreographies that are “in-the-process” of creation. Audience and dancer/choreographer question and answer culminates the evening. 7:30 PM Thursday, December 4th 7:30 PM Friday, December 5th 2 PM and 7:30 PM Saturday, December 6th Dance Studio Theatre- 1952 (Up stairs outside the gymnasium by the tennis courts) General Admission: ASB (under 12 free): Reservations Recommended:

$6 $4 Call 951-487-3632

Hemet Harmonizers “THE SOU NDS OF CHRI STMA S ”

Featuring the Hemet Harmonizers Chorus and Quartets. Saturday, Sunday,

December 13th December 14th

General Admission: ASB:

2:00PM 2:00PM $10 $5

Concert Band

“ U SO CHRI STMA S S HOW ” A memorable presentation of the songs and personalities entertaining our troops during times of conflict. Tuesday,

December 16th

General Admission: Senior: ASB: Under 18:

7:30PM $10 $8 $5 Free


Favorite music of the season, with both new compositions and old favorites that will add to your enjoyment and pleasure of this time of year. 7:30 PM Saturday, December 20th Tickets Sold at Box Office & by Chorale Members General Admission: $8 Children Under 12: Free 3 PM Sunday, December 21st First Southern Babtist Church 433 S. San Jacinto Street, Hemet Tickets Sold at the Box Office Church Door & by Chorale Members General Admission: Community Concert Members: Children Under 12:

$8 $5 Free

MSJC Symphony “CHILDS PL AY ” Sunday,

December 21st

General Admission: Senior: ASB (12 and Under Free):

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5

Golden Eagles Big Band “ SWING S HIF T ”

Ellington said it best...”It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got no swing”. The Golden Eagles play Swing Era Favorites. Saturday, Sunday,

February 21st February 22nd

General Admission: Senior: ASB: Under 18:

2:30 PM 2:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free

The Taiko Center of Los Angeles AN ECLECTIC M IX OF JAPANES E TAIKO DRU M M ING The Taiko Center of Los Angeles, founded by the Reverend Suchi Thomas Kurai in 1997 will present two ensembles: Satori Daiko (Drums of Enlightenment) and Shinzen Daiko (Compassionate Heart). They will perform an eclectic mix of Taiko Music with Japanese instruments, delightfully combined with touches of world music such as: the Samba, and jazz tap dance. Saturday, March 7th Campus Theatre


General Admission: ASB: Children under 12:

$10 $8 Free


The inspiring story of Amelia Earhart’s heroism. Witness her public and private struggles as she finds her wings to fly in this musical tribute to one of aviations greatest icons. Studio Theatre, Seating Limited To 60 7:30 PM Friday, March 27th 7:30 PM Saturday, March 28th 2:30 PM Sunday, March 29th 7:30 PM Friday, April 3rd 7:30 PM Saturday, April 4th 2:30 PM Sunday, April 5th General Admission: ASB (Under 12):

$10 $5

MSJC Symphony

“CONCE RTO /ARIA FESTIVAL” Including the winners of the Concerto/Aria Festival competition. Sunday, March 29th 2:30 PM General Admission: $10 Senior: $8 $5 ASB (12 and Under Free):

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A heartwarming musical tale embracing forgiveness, redemption and hope. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Friday, Saturday,

April 17th April 18th April 19th April 24th April 24th

General Admission: Senior: ASB: Children under 12:

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7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM $12 $10 $6 Free

MSJC Dances Featuring the recent choreographies of students and faculty MSJC Dances, showcases the performing talents of dance students, faculty and guest artists. It is the culmination of the year’s work in the Dance Department. Always a treat and revelation of tap, modern dance, ballet, hip-hop, belly dancing, contemporary, post-modern dance and/or performance art. Friday, Saturday, Sunday,

May 8th May 9th May 10th

General Admission: ASB (under 12 free):

7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM $8 $6

Concert Band

“THE TIM E OF THE TITANIC ” A virtual cinematic musical adventure that chronicles the voyage and sinking of the doomed ship. Tuesday,

May 12th

General Admission: Senior: ASB: Under 18:

7:30PM $10 $8 $5 Free

Golden Eagles Big Band “ B IG BAND THE M ES AND TRIVIA”

Discover how much you know about the Big Band Era. Play Big Band “Trivial Pursuit” with the Golden Eagles. Saturday, Sunday,

May 16th May 17th

General Admission: Senior: ASB: Under 18:

2:30 PM 2:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free

Inland Chorale S PRING CONCE RT

The performance will include the best repertoire from classical to folk and from sacred to popular chorale music. 7:30 PM Saturday, May 16th Tickets Sold at Box Office & by Chorale Members General Admission: Children Under 12:

$8 Free

3 PM Sunday, May 17th Location To Be Announced Tickets Sold at Box Office & by Chorale Members General Admission: Community Concert Members: Children Under 12:

$8 $5 Free

MSJC Symphony “ FRE NCH FESTIVAL” Sunday,

May 24th

General Admission: Senior: ASB (12 and Under Free)

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5

Hemet Harmonizers “ SWE E THE ARTS ON PAR ADE”

Featuring the Hemet Harmonizers Chorus and Quartets. Saturday, Sunday,

May 30th May 31st

General Admission: ASB:

2:00PM 2:00PM $10 $5

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Concert Band & The Golden Eagles Big Band

Bob Waner, director of the Concert Band and the Golden Eagles Big Band, recently retired from the Hemet Schools and now consults for the San Jacinto School District. His principal Instrument, the trombone, led him to study with Robert Marsteller of the LA Philharmonic and Roy Main an LA studio musician. Bob’s background, ranges from symphony orchestra to big bands and jazz combos.

Dance Tyffyne Stuart began her serious academic dance studies right here at MSJC. She then received her BA from UCSC where she double majored in Literature and Theatre Arts. Tyffyne has a strong passion for the arts and continued her education receiving an MFA in Choreography from Mills College in Oakland, California. Tyffyne has been an Associate Faculty member at MSJC since 2001 and is currently the Interim Dance Department chair. She is excited to be back in the MSJC community full-time and looks forward to a creative and productive year.

Hemet Harmonizers Howard Mesecher has been directing The Hemet Harmonizers for the last 18 years along with other barbershop choruses in Fresno and Escondido CA. Howard served as the International Contest and Judging Chairman of the Barbershop Harmony Society and is active in community chorus work in Hemet and Cherry Valley. He played with the American Symphony Orchestra while attending the Shrivingham American University in England.

Inland Chorale Jane Atherstone, director of the Inland Chorale since 1989, is dedicated to presenting quality choral music in a professional yet entertaining manner. The Chorale has been praised for its beautiful tone quality, superb blend, excellent diction and repertoire ranging from classical to modern music. Atherstone is a well-known voice teacher in the San Jacinto Valley and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and the American Choral Directors Association. She has trained with some of the finest teachers and directors in the country, including Fred Waring and Richard Miller. Her voice students have been accepted into many prestigious college voice programs. Virginia Pritchard, an MSJC Faculty member, has been the Chorale’s accompanist since it’s founding. Her expert musicianship has been essential to the group’s success.

MSJC Symphony The MSJC Symphony is directed by John Brannon, who was named “Music Educator of the Year” by California State University, San Bernardino in 1997, and recognized as “Teacher of the Year” in 2001 in Victorville, CA. John founded and directed the Joshua String Quartet and Joshua Community Orchestra in Victorville California. He was the president of the board for the Victor Valley Symphony Association in 2002.

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Theatre and Musicals Lorney O’Connor has an Interdisciplinary MA in Theatrical Design and Management from California State University San Bernardino and has recently completed an MFA in Theatrical Design from the University of Oregon, Eugene. At present, he is an Assistant Professor and the Department Chair of the MSJC Theatre Department. Lorney has received numerous Inland Theatre League Awards in many areas of design.

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