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All performances are held at the Mt. San Jacinto Campus Theatre, 1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, unless otherwise noted. For Menifee Performing Arts please call 1.800.452.3335 ext. 5790 or 951.639.5790. 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: Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 1 - 4:30 PM, 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.


The Mystery Plays

by Roberto AguirreSacasa

Bl o P h o ck b u s t to b ers y D an d "Between the known and unknown av i d F Small lies an evening of mystery..." a play r ee man Wond ers directed by Paul Jacques.

Studio Theatre - Seating is Limited to 60 Friday October 2nd Saturday October 3rd Sunday October 4th Friday October 9th Saturday October 10th Sunday October 11th

7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM

General Admission to All:

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Fallin’ for Jazz!

MSJC Symphony

Join the MSJC Symphony for our fall concert and listen to music by Duke Ellington, George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Henry Mancini. Sunday

October 18th

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 12:

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free

The “Far Side” of Music Concert Band

A collection of very unusual compositions that will surprise and entertain you. Tuesday

October 20th

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 18:

7:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free


The Swiss Family Robinson a musical by writer/director Michael Tennant

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Based on the novel by Johann Wyss, witness this epic story of a family shipwrecked on an island and being hunted by the fiercest pirates ever to sail the seas. Don’t miss this exciting adventure the whole family will enjoy. Friday Saturday Sunday Friday Saturday Sunday

November 6th November 7th November 8th November 13th November 14th November 15th

General Admission: Seniors & Students: Under 12:

7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM $10 $8 $5

My Kind of Town

Golden Eagles Big Band

A big band treatment of songs named for streets, towns, and states from across the nation. Saturday Sunday

November 21st November 22nd

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 18:

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


Bits ‘n’ Pieces MSJC Dance Department

This works-in-progress concert showcases an eclectic mix of student and faculty choreographies that are in the process of creation. An audience and dancer/choreographer question and answer session culminates the evening.

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Dance Studio Theatre RM 1952 - Seating is Limited (up the stairs outside of the gymnasium by the tennis courts) 7:30 PM Thursday December 3rd 7:30 PM Friday December 4th Saturday December 5th 2:00 PM & 7:30 PM General Admission: ASB: Under 12: Reservations Recommended:

$6 $4 Free Call 951.487.3790

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Holidays in Vienna MSJC Symphony

Celebrate the Holiday Season with the MSJC Symphony with some of the world’s best known waltzes and holiday favorites. Sunday

December 13th

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 12:

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free


Winter Concert Concert Band

Get in the holiday mood as the band plays traditional and not so traditional seasonal music. Tuesday

December 15th

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 18:

7:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free

Holiday Concert Inland Chorale

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.

Inland e, l Chora Saturday December 19th 7:30 PM 2008 by Tickets Sold at Box Office & by Chorale Members P h o to General Admission: $8 Dan tone s Ather Under 12: Free

Sunday December 20th First Southern Baptist Church 433 S. San Jacinto Street, Hemet Tickets Sold at the Box Office Church Door & by Chorale Members General Admission: Community Concert Members: Under 12:

3:00 PM

$8 $5 Free

Jazz Artist Series

Golden Eagles Big Band

A guest soloist from the world of jazz will join the Big Bands. Saturday Sunday

February 20th February 21st

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 18:

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


Springtime in Ireland Hemet Harmonizers

Saturday Sunday

March 6th March 7th

General Admission: ASB:

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

Symphonic Idol

MSJC Symphony

Come and take a look (and listen!) to this season’s winners of our Concerto/Aria competition. Sunday

March 14th

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 12:

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free

Lost Melody

a musical by writer/director Michael Tennant

Visit the Graceful Harmony School of Art and Music, where for decades a B lockb usters ghostly secret has been guarded. a nd S m Join Ethan, a misunderstood musician, as he Photo all Wonde rs by Da discovers the original work of a like-minded v id F , 2 0 0 5 reema artist who died tragically many years ago. Directed by n Michael Tennant, this heartwarming story for the whole family guarantees to bring laughter, tears, and unlock the artist within. Studio Theatre - Seating is Limited to 60 Friday March 19th Saturday March 20th Sunday March 21st Friday March 26th Saturday March 27th Sunday March 28th

7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM

General Admission to All:

$5


The Fantasticks

a musical book & lyrics: Tom Jones music: Harvey Schmitt

05 s, 20 nder o W all d Sm rs an Freeman e t s Come and experience this musical comedy, id kbu Bloc by Dav o t directed by Darren De Priest, about the lengths parents o h P

will go to in order to guide their children’s lives. Find out why The Fantasticks is the world’s longest-running off-Broadway musical, playing for 42 years. April 9th April 10th April 11th April 16th April 17th April 18th

Friday Saturday Sunday Friday Saturday Sunday

General Admission: Seniors: Students: Under 12:

7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 2:30 PM $12 $10 $8 Free

THE FANTASTICKS is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

MSJC Dances MSJC Dance Department

Featuring the recent choreographies of students and faculty, MSJC Dances showcases the performing talents of dance Whic ha W students, faculty, and guest artists. It is the ay, Th isa culmination of the year’s work in the Dance Photo Thata Wa Way, y, 2 by D a v Department. A treat and revelation that has inclid Fre 004 eman uded tap, modern dance, ballet, hip-hop, belly dancing, contemporary, post-modern dance, and/or performance art. Friday Saturday Sunday

May 7th May 8th May 9th

General Admission: ASB: Under 12:

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


Music From Stage and Screen Concert band

What makes movies and theatre come to life is, of course, the music. The band plays some of the memorable musical moments from stage and screen. May 11th

Tuesday

7:30 PM

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 18:

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$10 $8 $5 Free

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The Academy Award Winning Songs Golden Eagles Big Band

The Big Bands play some of the great songs from the silver screen. Saturday Sunday

May 15th May 16th

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 18:

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


Spring Concert Inland Chorale

The performance will include the best repertoire from classical to folk and from sacred to popular chorale music. Saturday May 15th 7:30 PM Tickets Sold at Box Office & by Chorale Members General Admission: $8 Under 12: Free Sunday May 16th First Southern Baptist Church 433 S. San Jacinto Street, Hemet Tickets Sold at the Box Office Church Door & by Chorale Members General Admission: Community Concert Members: Under 12:

3:00 PM

$8 $5 Free

Back to Broadway MSJC Symphony

Our final concert of the season will honor some of the “Big White Way’s” most memorable music, including selections from West Side Story, Ragtime, A Chorus Line, Man of La Mancha, Evita, and many more! Sunday

May 23rd

General Admission: Seniors: ASB: Under 12:

2:30 PM $10 $8 $5 Free

Get Sprung!

MSJC College Singers

Enjoy music from all styles that celebrate Spring, formal and informal. Get ready to be exhilarated! Tuesday

June 1st

General Admission: ASB: Under 12:

7:30 PM $8 $5 Free


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2009-2010 Performing Arts At-A-Glance

October 2009

*The Mystery Plays Friday Oct. 2 7:30 pm Saturday Oct. 3 7:30 pm Sunday Oct. 4 2:30 pm Friday Oct.9 7:30 pm Saturday Oct. 10 7:30 pm Sunday Oct. 11 2:30 pm Fallin’ for Jazz!—MSJC Symphony Sunday Oct. 18 2:30 pm The “Far Side” of Music—Concert Band Tuesday Oct. 20 7:30 pm

November 2009 The Swiss Family Robinson, a musical Friday Nov. 6 7:30 pm Saturday Nov. 7 7:30 pm Sunday Nov. 8 2:30 pm Friday Nov. 13 7:30 pm Saturday Nov. 14 7:30 pm Sunday Nov. 15 2:30 pm My Kind of Town—Golden Eagles Big Band Saturday Nov. 21 2:30 pm Sunday Nov. 22 2:30 pm

December 2009 *Bits ‘n’ Pieces—MSJC Dance Department Thursday Dec. 3 7:30 pm Friday Dec. 4 7:30 pm Saturday Dec. 5 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm Holidays in Vienna—MSJC Symphony Sunday Dec. 13 2:30 pm Winter Concert—Concert Band Tuesday Dec. 15 7:30 pm Holiday Concert—Inland Chorale Saturday Dec. 19 7:30 pm *Sunday Dec. 20 3:00 pm

February 2010 Jazz Artist Series—Golden Eagles Big Band Saturday Feb. 20 2:30 pm Sunday Feb. 21 2:30 pm


March 2010 Springtime in Ireland—Hemet Harmonizers Saturday Mar. 6 2:00 pm Sunday Mar. 7 2:00 pm Symphonic Idol—MSJC Symphony Sunday Mar. 14 2:30 pm *Lost Melody, a musical Friday Mar. 19 7:30 pm Saturday Mar. 20 7:30 pm Sunday Mar. 21 2:30 pm Friday Mar. 26 7:30 pm Saturday Mar. 27 7:30 pm Sunday Mar. 28 2:30 pm

April 2010 The Fantasticks, a musical Friday Apr. 9 Saturday Apr. 10 Sunday Apr. 11 Friday Apr. 16 Saturday Apr. 17 Sunday Apr. 18

7:30 pm 7:30 pm 2:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 2:30 pm

MSJC Dances—MSJC Dance Department Friday May 7 7:30 pm Saturday May 8 7:30 pm Sunday May 9 2:30 pm Music From Stage and Screen—Concert Band Tuesday May 11 7:30 pm The Academy Award Winning Songs—Golden Eagles Big Band Saturday May 15 2:30 pm Sunday May 16 2:30 pm Spring Concert—Inland Chorale Saturday May 15 7:30 pm *Sunday May 16 3:00 pm Back to Broadway—MSJC Symphony Sunday May 23 2:30 pm

June 2010 Get Sprung!—MSJC College Singers Tuesday Jun. 1

7:30 pm

*not in Campus Theatre, see main entry for details

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