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2 0 1 6 - 1 7 PO P ! P E R F O R M A N C E SE RI ES THE UGLY DUCKLING & THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE OCTOBER 10-12, 2016

THE GIVER FEBRUARY 13-16, 2017

TWELFTH NIGHT OCTOBER 17-18, 2016

ELLIS: ISLAND OF DREAMS FEBRUARY 21-22, 2017

MANDE MELODY: WEST AFRICAN MUSIC AND HISTORY OCTOBER 20-21, 2016

THE GRAPES OF WRATH FEBRUARY 27-28, 2017

BILL BLAGG'S THE SCIENCE OF MAGIC OCTOBER 26-28, 2016

ERTH'S DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE MARCH 2-3, 2017

BROWN BEAR, BROWN BEAR AND OTHER TREASURED STORIES OCTOBER 31 – NOVEMBER 2, 2016

SOUL STEPS MARCH 6-7, 2017

BALL IN THE HOUSE NOVEMBER 21-22, 2016 ROCK THE PRESIDENTS JANUARY 9-10, 2017 DAVID GONZALEZ: AESOP BOPS! JANUARY 11-12, 2017 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE! THE HUMAN JOURNEY - A GENETIC ODYSSEY JANUARY 25, 2017

ELEPHANT & PIGGIE'S WE ARE IN A PLAY MARCH 8-10, 2017 BREACH OF PEACE: STORY OF THE FREEDOM RIDERS MARCH 27-28, 2017 DAR HE: THE STORY OF EMMETT TILL MARCH 29-30, 2017 PROJECT VOICE: POETRY AND SPOKEN WORD APRIL 5-6, 2017 On the cover: Aimee Louisanne with Triceratops from ERTH'S DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE. Photo by C. Waits


THAN K YOU TO ALL OF OU R G E N E ROU S DONORS

PEACE OUTREACH PROGRAM The Peace Center was founded on the idea that the arts should be accessible to everyone, and over the past 25 years, this not-for-profit organization has brought hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life and all corners of the country to see the best in live entertainment. But we couldn’t do that on our own. Each and every year, community members reach into their pockets and generously give to the Peace Center, ensuring that lights stay on, curtains stay up, and most importantly, that the Peace Center community initiatives continue to help those who need them. POP! (Peace Outreach Program) is our biggest initiative. With a host of educational shows, master classes and more, POP! reaches over 56,000 parents, students and teachers annually.

PEAC E PA RT N E RS Through the Peace Partners program, patron and corporate donations pay for tickets for people who might not otherwise be able to afford them. Giving to Peace Partners makes the extraordinary Peace Center experience accessible to everyone in our community by sharing the life-changing power of the arts with the many local not-forprofit organizations and schools who attend performances as our guests. If you’re interested in supporting the Peace Outreach Program with a tax-deductible donation, give us a call at 864.467.3000 or visit us online at peacecenter.org/peacekeepers

Thomas and Andrea Albert, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Mr. Thomas Barton, Jay Bergen and DiAnne Arbor, Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina, William and Karen Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Carson, Fred Collins Foundation, Duke Energy, Mrs. Laura E. DuPont, Family Dental Health, David and Jackie Firstenberg, Eva-Marie and Tom Fox, GE Power & Water, Nancy and Jim Gil, Priscilla and Rich Hagins, Marcy and Dexter Hagy, Hart-Oeland Foundation, Mrs. Robert G. Hartness, Bill and Libby Kehl, Mr. and Mrs. John Kopchinski, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Metropolitan Arts Council, Michelin North America, Mr. Ed Morgan, Karen and Barry Nield, M. Ellis Pearce, Etca Ramsaur, ScanSource, John I. Smith Charities, Inc., Diane W Smock and Brad Wyche, Greta and Graham Somerville, South Arts, The Cornerstone Fund, The Greenville News, The Jolley Foundation, The Pope-Brown Foundation, M.G. and George Tyda, Mr. Keith Van Arsdale, Janne and John Vann, Mrs. Russell Warren, Alex and Philip Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Winkleman, Verizon Wireless List reflects gifts of $500+ received as of July 19, 2016


THE UGLY DUCKL ING & THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE Featured on the hit show America’s Got Talent, the amazing Lightwire Theater brings two classic children’s tales to the stage in a unique display of brilliant colors, lights, movements and sounds. Students will be captivated by the engineered light suits as they form their favorite characters – telling the timeless story of an epic race between a humble tortoise and a pompous hare, as well as the tale about a seemingly ugly duckling conquering all to become a hero. OCTOBER 10-12, 2016 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, STEM, VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS GRADES PRE K – 2


TWE LFTH NIGH T What's it like to love someone and never be able to tell them because you've already succeeded in convincing that person you're someone else? Ask Viola. After shipwrecking on Illyria, she disguises herself as the man Cesario, and that's when things get a little crazy... Twelfth Night is a goofy, over-the-top, physical comedy-ridden Shakespearian story filled with love triangles, disguises, long lost siblings, silly pranks and colorful characters. And in true Shakespearian comedy fashion, despite all the insanity, everything still manages to work itself out. OCTOBER 17-18, 2016 GUNTER THEATRE | $10

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 6-8 MASTER CLASS AVAILABLE Email education@peacecenter.org to learn more


B I LL B LAGG'S THE SC I EN C E OF MAGIC The Science of Magic takes students behind the curtains, smoke, mirrors and screens to show how science makes the impossible, completely possible. Students will use the Scientific Method to levitate a teacher, witness mind-blowing scienceinfused illusions, and even learn how they can manipulate light and reflection to make homework disappear. This program is designed to excite, intrigue, educate, and most importantly, encourage students to start thinking “outside the box.” OCTOBER 26-28, 2016 GUNTER THEATRE | $10

MA NDE M E LO DY : WEST A FRI C A N M U S IC A N D H I STORY Mande Melody brings three gifted Malian musicians and their West African instruments to play, celebrate and explore Mande musical traditions and culture – showing students important similarities to the blues and jazz styles made famous in the Southern United States.

OCTOBER 20, 2016 | GRADES 5-7 OCTOBER 21, 2016 | GRADES 7-12 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 SOCIAL STUDIES, MUSIC, WORLD LANGUAGES & CULTURES GRADES 5-12

SCIENCE, STEM GRADES 3-6


B ROWN B EAR, B ROWN BEAR AN D OTHER TRE ASUR ED STOR IES Children will be fascinated as they learn to identify various colors and objects in Brown Bear, Brown Bear, are introduced to the lunar cycle in Papa, Please get the Moon for Me, and watch a caterpillar change into a beautiful butterfly in Eric Carle's beloved classic, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. OCTOBER 31 – NOVEMBER 2, 2016 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS GRADES PRE K – 2 Production by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia


BALL I N T H E HO U S E Covering the complete history of a capella music with a sound that celebrates artists like Bruno Mars, Ball in the House puts a modern, hip-hop-funk-soul-pop-infused spin on their tunes, creating new a capella fans everywhere they go. NOVEMBER 21, 2016 | GRADES 4-6 NOVEMBER 22, 2016 | GRADES 7-12

MUSIC ALL AGES

GUNTER THEATRE | $10

ROC K THE P RESIDENTS Rock the Presidents takes the stories of 44 American leaders on tour, creating a curiosity and desire amongst young audience members to learn more about our country's executive branch. Students will love the high-energy fusion of rock, pop and folk mixed with amazing multi-media visuals. JANUARY 9-10, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 SOCIAL STUDIES, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 3-6 Production by Childsplay of Tempe, AZ


DAV I D GONZAL EZ: AE SOP BOPS! Fast-paced and tons of fun, Aesop Bops! brings famous fables to life with live music, compelling drama and multi-media craziness from awardwinning artist David Gonzalez. With a wide range of classic stories including The Lion and the Mouse, The Fisherman and his Wife, and The Turtle's Shell, Gonzalez keeps young audiences on the edges of their seats with funky, physical story-telling and hilarious audience participation. JANUARY 11-12, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES PRE K – 2


Spencer Wells is more than a geneticist, anthropologist, author, filmmaker or National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence... He's also a detective. And he's currently in the middle of one of the biggest investigations mankind has ever faced. Wells decided to solve the mystery of human migration, and by utilizing DNA from indigenous peoples, he's created the first-ever map showing how humans populated the planet after leaving Africa some 60,000 years ago. JANUARY 25, 2017 PEACE CONCERT HALL | $10 SCIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES, AP & IB GLOBAL THEMES & WORLD CULTURES GRADES 7-12

Photo by David Evans

N ATI O NA L G E O G R A P HIC L IV E! TH E H U M A N JO U R N E YA GE NE T I C O DYS S E Y


THE GI VER Imagine a world without joy or pain. Or love. Or war. Or color. For Jonas, a young man living in a "utopian" society, the world you're imagining is a reality. That is until he's given his first career assignment... Jonas is tasked with receiving and keeping knowledge of the past. Suddenly, his world is filled with color and Jonas must decide whether to keep it secret or share it with the people around him, opening their eyes and potentially destroying the society he's been chosen to protect. Based on the award-winning novel of the same name, The Giver explores what it means to live a full life, showing how both the good things in life and the bad are all worth it in the end. FEBRUARY 13-16, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 6-8 MASTER CLASS - FEBRUARY 17 Email education@peacecenter.org to learn more

Production by the National Players


THE GRAP ES OF WR AT H Adapted with text taken straight from Steinbeck's original novel, this show follows Tom Joad as he returns home from prison only to discover the Dust Bowl has left his family farm in ruins. With nothing more to lose and hope in their hearts, Joad and his family pack up and head west to California in search of a better life. FEBRUARY 27-28, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 Production by the National Players

EL LI S : I S LA N D O F D R E A M S Ellis: Island of Dreams follows the story of immigrant families traveling long distances in search of the ever-elusive American Dream. It follows their trials, joys, heartbreaks and triumphs. And most importantly, it reestablishes the understanding that we are truly a nation of immigrants. FEBRUARY 21-22, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 SOCIAL STUDIES, PERFORMING ARTS, WORLD CULTURES GRADES 4-8 Production by Virginia Rep on Tour

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 9-12


ERTH ' S DI NOSAU R ZO O L IV E Get ready for the ultimate playdate - 65 million years in the making - as Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live guides your family on a breathtaking tour through pre-historic Australia. You’ll observe, meet and interact with an eyepopping collection of amazingly life-like dinosaurs and other creatures presented in a theatrical performance that will thrill and entertain kids while stimulating their imaginations in ways that will forever connect them to their world. Brought to life by a team of skilled performers and puppeteers, and designed with the help of professional paleontologists, Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live’s puppets are so extraordinarily realistic you may feel the urge to run and hide - but don’t! Because you won’t want to miss a minute of this fun, unique, entertaining and educational live show created by Erth Visual & Physical of Sydney, Australia. While it may indeed have been 65 million years in the making, we think you’ll agree, it’s well worth the wait. MARCH 2-3, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 SCIENCE, VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS GRADES K-5


SOU L ST E PS Hear that powerful sound? The syncopated snaps, claps, stomps and beats? That's what it sounds like when Soul Steps comes to town. Embracing the styles of traditional African-American step teams and incorporating Harlem Renaissance-era spoken word poetry, this non-stop, interactive display of percussion and dance will change the way you think about the human body. It's more than a tool. It's more than transportation. The human body is now a musical instrument and Soul Steps is here to teach you how to use it. MARCH 6, 2017 | GRADES 3-7 MARCH 7, 2017 | GRADES 7-12 GUNTER THEATRE | $10

SOCIAL STUDIES, PERFORMING ARTS, WORLD CULTURES GRADES 3-12

E LEP HAN T & P I GGIE'S WE ARE I N A P LAY Have two more perfect pals than Elephant & Piggie ever existed? We don't think so. Based on the hilarious and ultra-fun children's books by Mo Willems, The Kennedy Center’s We Are in a Play follows Elephant and Piggie on a ragtime musical adventure! They'll use song and dance as they face new adventures, perilous predicaments, and answer important questions like, what does one wear to a fancy pool costume party? Should you share your ice cream? How can two friends play with one toy? This wacky, fun-filled Kennedy Center Theatre for Young Audiences production is one young, growing minds shouldn't miss. MARCH 8-10, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES PRE K – 2


B RE AC H OF P EACE: STORY OF THE FR EEDOM R IDERS In a sobering one-man show, Mike Wiley takes audiences back to Montgomery, Alabama in 1961 to follow the stories of Jean Thompson and her fellow Freedom Riders as they board a Trailways bus in an attempt to desegregate public transportation. This show is based on true accounts of surviving participants of the Freedom Riders as well as many other individuals involved in the early struggles for African-American equality. MARCH 27-28, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 SOCIAL STUDIES, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 5-8


P ROJ EC T VOI C E : P OE TRY AN D SPOKEN WOR D Through award-winning spoken word poetry performances and innovative workshops, Project VOICE brings amazing artists like VOICE founders and co-directors, Phil Kaye and TED Talk host Sarah Kay to the stage and surrounding-area classrooms, inspiring students to create, share and celebrate their own unique voices. This program leaves a lasting impression, promoting literacy, encouraging empathy, and helping students learn to work collaboratively with others in their classrooms and around their communities. APRIL 5, 2017 | GRADES 4-8 APRIL 6, 2017 | GRADES 9-12 GUNTER THEATRE | $10

DA R H E : T H E STO RY O F E M M E TT TIL L Mike Wiley's riveting solo show brings the story of Emmett Till – a 14-year-old African-American boy who was murdered for whistling at a white woman – to the stage using actual conversations with a Look Magazine journalist, the boy's mother, others who witnessed the events, and confessions from the men accused of his murder. MARCH 29-30, 2017 GUNTER THEATRE | $10 SOCIAL STUDIES, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 8-12

This performance is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and South Carolina Arts Commission.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS GRADES 4-12 MASTER CLASS - APRIL 7

Email education@peacecenter.org to learn more


SUMMER T EACH ER INST IT UT E Educators statewide are invited to participate in one or two weeks of training designed to introduce strategies for using the arts as a tool to spark learning. STI is offered as a graduate level course in partnership with the College of Charleston. Within the two weeks of institute, educators are exposed to nationally acclaimed arts integration strategies championed by both The Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center. JUNE 12–16, 2017 ARTS INTEGRATION ACROSS THE CURRICULUM Designed for elementary and middle school educators, participants will engage in hands-on, arts-integrated activity that connects thematically to Disney's The Lion King, showing teachers how arts-integrated classroom activities can also connect to art viewing experiences. A ticket to see Disney's The Lion King at the Peace Center will be included in the registration. JUNE 19–23, 2017 AESTHETIC EDUCATION IMMERSION Designed for educators interested in helping their students expand creativity and think like artists, participants will explore processes that lead to artistic creation in Lincoln Center Education’s inquiry-based approach to arts education. Participants will have the opportunity to view live art, including Disney's The Lion King and create art themselves in order to show how engaging with works of art on increasingly deeper levels can complement classroom learning.


PEACE VOICES With the Peace Center's Poet-in-Residence Glenis Redmond at the helm, Peace Voices offers workshops, master classes and professional poetry readings for teens and adults. Using poetry as a vehicle, people are encouraged to discover their own voices, tell unique and personal stories, have important conversations, and develop written and verbal skills. POET-IN-RESIDENCE From the Peace Center to the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, to the Library of Congress in Washington, DC to Muscat, Oman South of Saudi Arabia – it’s safe to say that Glenis Redmond’s poetry (and educational influence) has traveled almost as far as she has. Redmond is a Cave Canem Fellow, a North Carolina Literary Fellowship Recipient, and a Kennedy Center Teaching Artist. She has paved the way for poets in places like Flat Rock, NC, creating the first Writer-in-Residence program at the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. Redmond believes that poetry is a healer and if you need to find her, she’ll be scouring the world’s trenches so she can apply pressure to those in need. One eye-opening and honest poem at a time.


POE T RY WO R KS HO P S Join us for FREE monthly workshops in Ramsaur Studio where we’ll explore, create, discover, wordplay and fall in love with language.

TEEN WORKSHOPS SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 with guest poet Vera Gomez

MARCH 25, 2017

OCTOBER 8, 2016

with guest poet Kimberly Simms

NOVEMBER 12, 2016

with guest poet Terry Creech

DECEMBER 17, 2016 JANUARY 21, 2017

APRIL 8, 2017

MAY 20, 2017

JUNE 3, 2017 with guest poet Allan Wolf

JULY 10-11, 2017

FEBRUARY 18, 2017

with guest poet Ayodele Heath

ADULT WORKSHOPS FALL SERIES

SPRING SERIES

SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 OCTOBER 4, 2016 OCTOBER 11, 2016

MAY 16, 2017 MAY 23, 2017 MAY 30, 2017 JUNE 6, 2017

POE T RY RE A D IN G S Test your material in front of a live and super supportive audience of fellow word-play fans. Readings are held at the Peace Center as a culmination to workshops and master classes and are free and open to all!

TEENS

ADULTS

DECEMBER 13, 2016 APRIL 19, 2017

JUNE 13, 2017

P OETI C CON V ERSAT IONS Poetic Conversations bring together guest poets to share their work on a common topic and to start a poetic dialogue with audiences. NOVEMBER 16, 2016 The Gift of Gratitude featuring Ross Gay and Glenis Redmond

JANUARY 19, 2017

Speak Out for Equality featuring Lamar Wilson and Mendy Knott

FEBRUARY 9, 2017

More than Just a Month: Honoring African American History featuring Marlanda DeKine and Glenis Redmond

APRIL 6, 2017

Project VOICE: Celebrating National Poetry Month featuring Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye

Learn more about Peace Voices at peacecenter.org/peacevoices


PEACE CHAMBER From the curious music-lover to the life-long chamber music enthusiast to musicians of all levels hungry to learn more, the Peace Chamber program provides music and music education on your terms. Join artistic director and renowned violist Miles Hoffman as he invites his friends and colleagues from around the country to the Peace Center to perform, teach, inspire, celebrate and ensure that chamber music is accessible to all. ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Violist Miles Hoffman is founder of The American Chamber Players and Artistic Director of Peace Chamber program. He made his New York recital debut in 1979 at the 92nd Street Y and has since appeared frequently around the country in recital, as chamber musician and as soloist, with many orchestras. His musical commentary, “Coming to Terms,” was heard weekly throughout the United States for 13 years – from 1989 to 2002 – on NPR’s Performance Today, and since 2002 he has been Music Commentator for National Public Radio’s flagship news program, Morning Edition. His radio modules, A Minute with Miles, are a daily feature of South Carolina Public Radio. Hoffman is the author of The NPR Classical Music Companion, now in its 10th printing from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. He is a graduate of Yale University and The Juilliard School, and in 2003 he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Centenary College of Louisiana in recognition of his achievements as a performer and educator.

The Peace Chamber program is proudly sponsored by Campbell Young Leaders.


SUM M E R WO R KS HO P Catering to talented amateurs, accomplished musicians and everyone in between, summer workshops for adults provide invaluable experience to chamber musicians looking to hone their craft. Participants will be divided into small groups based on experience level, where they will work closely with professional visiting artists in an authentic chamber setting. And at the end of the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to utilize what they have learned during a chamber showcase open to friends and family. JULY 20-23, 2017

M A ST E R C LA S S E S Open to the public for observation, master classes invite select musicians and ensembles to work on prepared pieces with Miles Hoffman, The American Chamber Players and visiting guest artists. All Peace Chamber master classes will be hosted in Ramsaur Studio, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. OCTOBER 1, 2016 NOVEMBER 5, 2016 MAY 13, 2017

C LASSI C AL I N SI G H TS: A C HAMB ER MUSIC L ECT UR E SER IES Focusing on the theme of Classical Insights, Miles Hoffman goes beyond the music to touch on topics music historians tend to miss. Held in Ramsaur Studio at 6:30 pm, these four FREE lectures are more than history lessons, they’re first-hand looks into the psyches of the musicians who create the music we love. SEPT. 15, 2016

CATCHING A FLY BALL: What Goes On In A Performer’s Mind During A Performance

Learn more about the Peace Chamber program at peacecenter.org/chambermusic

OCT. 27, 2016

BEETHOVEN’S EAR: Understanding His Deafness And His Greatness

MAR. 30, 2017

J.S. BACH WAS HANDSOME ONCE  A New Look At The Man And His Music

APR. 20, 2017

IT MAY LEAD TO DANCING:  Music And Dance, Partners In Passion


MASTER CLASSES Offered as extensions of performances presented by the Peace Center, the Peace Outreach Program regularly schedules master classes with renowned artists, creative workshops, open rehearsals, backstage tours, and more. Such opportunities bring students, teachers and families to the Peace Center to interact with professional touring artists before and after performances.

PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY MASTER CLASS APRIL 3 | CONCERT HALL REHEARSAL ROOM LECTURE DEMONSTRATION APRIL 4 | PEACE CONCERT HALL

BLACK GRACE MASTER CLASS APRIL 17 | CONCERT HALL REHEARSAL ROOM

We are always looking for opportunities to incorporate master classes into our upcoming performances. Visit peacecenter.org or email education@peacecenter.org to get up-to-date info on our master classes.

Black Grace, photo by Neil Ieremia


Peace Talks engage audiences in conversation and offer a behindthe-scenes look at the performances on the Peace Center’s stages. Offered for all productions in our Broadway Series and several other performances, ticket buyers are invited to join and participate in lectures, discussions, cast member conversations and more – exploring the artists and art forms that make each show a success.

UPCOMING PEACE TALKS* A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER / SEPT. 28 JULIE FOWLIS / OCT. 21 THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME / OCT. 26 AN AMERICAN IN PARIS / NOV. 30 THE BOOK OF MORMON / FEB. 1 RENÉE FLEMING / FEB. 11 ROBERT BLOCKER / FEB. 23 LANG LANG / FEB. 27 BEAUTIFUL – THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL / FEB. 22 SOMETHING ROTTEN! / APRIL 12 DISNEY’S THE LION KING / JUNE 14 FINDING NEVERLAND / JULY 26 THE KING AND I / AUG. 23

There are always new and interesting ways to learn more about the Peace Center, so keep an eye on peacecenter.org to get up-to-date info on our master classes, Peace Talks, lectures and more. * Subject to change

Aaron Nelson as “Simba” and the ensemble in THE LION KING North American Tour. ©Disney. Photo by Matthew Murphy.

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CAM P B ROA DWAY Built for theater-loving kids ages 11-16, Camp Broadway brings seasoned theater professionals to the Peace Center to deliver an authentic Broadway experience. Over the course of five, fun-filled days, campers will take part in workshops that focus on voice, dance and acting, and at the end of the program, they'll perform live for family and friends. JULY 31 - AUGUST 4, 2017


2016-17 POP! Season Brochure