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Kingston Trio Holiday Concert” and “Jim Curry’s John Denver Rocky Mountain Christmas.” This world premiere features the Kingston Trio playing holiday songs, old favorites and a pops concert of its Christmas repertoire. Opening the show is Jim Curry, who performs his John Denver holiday tribute, using the original orchestra arrangements written for the now-deceased singer.

Hypnohype Jan. 6, Concert Hall; $21 to $42 Master hypnotist Asad Mecci stars in “Hypnohype,” a comedy/hypnosis show. Mecci has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, MTV, HGTV, MuchMusic and Maxim Online.

Doc Holliday by Wyatt Earp Jan. 7, Little Theater; $25 Written by Terry Earp, in collaboration with Doc Holliday’s closest living relative, Karen Holliday-Tanner, this play chronicles the West’s most famous dentist and his journey from being one who heals to one who “keals” (kills).

Alley Cats: Doo-Wop Drive-In Jan. 14, Concert Hall; $21 to $42

The Alley Cats are America’s doo-wop group, serving up a perfect blend of 1950s and 1960s hits and comedy. With their tight, four-part harmonies and delightful antics, these musical comics have been Jay Leno’s opening act for the past seven years.


Acoustic Eidolon Jan. 25, Little Theater; $25 Acoustic Eidolon is the internationally acclaimed duo that brings together musicians, Joe Scott and Hannah Alkire. Scott created and performs on a unique 14-string, double-neck banjo/guitar—the guitjo—both necks of which he can play simultaneously. Alkire is a classically trained cellist, known for mesmerizing emotion and risk-taking moves that take her cello performances into uncharted territories.

Jack Wright and the Heartlight Band Feb. 4, Concert Hall; $23 to $44.80 Jack Wright and the Heartlight Show Band capture the poetic expressions of Neil Diamond’s varied musical styles, and share stories of the performer’s life.

One Great Night of Folk Music Feb. 5, Little Theater; $25 Linda Bilque has been part of the lineup for the last six years. Joining Bilque this year are Three-Legged Dog and the popular duo of JC and Laney.

Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband

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Feb. 9, Concert Hall; $23 to $44.80 Acclaimed master songwriter and musician, Ryan Shupe, and his RubberBand combine witty lyrics, fun stage antics, sing-alongs, and ballads in a fresh, crossover style.

Peter, Paul and Mary Remembered

March 2, Concert Hall; $21 to $42 Marty Province, Dave Dumas, and Sharron Owen, the three members of Peter, Paul and Mary Remembered, pay tribute to the trio as they helped guide many through changing times.

Ken Waldman April 2, Little Theater; $25 Alaska’s fiddling poet, Ken Waldman, plays string-band style music, linked to Appalachia, predating bluegrass. Some of the tunes Waldman plays are more than two centuries old, although he also plays and has recorded more than 100 more that he wrote.

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