Breathing and Breaking

Concrete Loveseat's CD Release Party!!

Saturday April 4th -- 7:30pm

All Tickets $17.00

Concrete Loveseat is all heart. This eclectic band of 7 have threaded elements of every genre they love into a unique musical experience that defies expectations and suspends audiences in a journey through love and ache, passion and reverie.

From soulful to sultry, Concrete Loveseat brings original songs and reimagined renditions of loved as well as little known pieces from artists the world over. The cohesion of their sound is a result of their deep sense of family in each other and their ability to create and perform with a togetherness that brings each breath and nuance into unison.

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Up Close

Hosted by the Dance Factory

A benefit performance for Courageous Kids.

Show Starts 7:30pm - All Tickets $20.00

Join us for an "Up Close" and personal encounter into the many variations of "Jazz" dance. This show will feature The Dance Factory's jazz performance companies: The Prestige Junior, The Prestige Senior, and Urban Beat along with some notable guest groups from the Eugene and Springfield Dance Community.

The Dance Factory is thrilled and honored to be able to host their third annual, one-of-a-kind benefit show with all net proceeds going directly towards a worthy non-profit: Courageous Kids. Be prepared to be left breathless and inspired as we dance to the many beats and rhythms of jazz-inspired choreography.

Guest Groups for the Saturday show will be: All That! Dance Company, Evolve, Flex Studios, Work Dance Company, and ZAPP.

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Pacific Classical Ballet Presents:  

A Midsummer Night's Dream

One Performance Only. 

4:00pm Saturday, April 11th.

Tickets: $12 Adult - $7.00 Children 12 & under

Celebrate Spring with a timeless story of love, mischief, and magic that will entertain the whole family.  In this year's Springtime Story Ballet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, the story opens with mismatched couples, mischievous fairies, and lovely maidens dancing with their suitors.  But of course, as in any good story, there are complications.  The story takes a decidedly ballet-style twist when Lysander falls in love with Helena's foot as a result of Puck's meddling. There is much fun to be had before it is all sorted out!  All is well in the end, however.  Following a final pas de deux danced by the regal Fairy King Oberon and lovely Queen Titania, the ballet closes with Puck entreating the audience to believe that the night’s adventures must have simply been a dream.

This original ballet is choreographed by Michele Major and Claire Maederer. 

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Stand Up for Mental Health

The Center for Community Counseling's
3rd Annual Comedy Benefit

Saturday May 2nd 7:00pm

All Tickets $25.00

Doors open at 6pm with complimentary appetizers and wine/beer available for purchase.

Join us for a spectacular show with standup comedians from Seattle, Portland, Eugene and coming all the way from LA is headliner Dax Jordan.

MC'd by fan favorite: Leigh Anne Jasheway

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Sing Shift Proudly Presents:

An Evening with Ken Peplowski

Friday, May 29th 7:30 pm

Adults     $10

Students $7

Families  $35

Ken Peplowski has recorded approximately 50 CDs as a soloist, and close to 400 as a sideman – some of the artists he’s performed/recorded with include Charlie Byrd, Mel Torme, Rosemary Clooney, Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops, Hank Jones, Peggy Lee, Bill Charlap, Woody Allen, Benny Goodman, and Madonna. He travels at least half of every year, playing clubs, concert halls, colleges, and pops concerts. He has headlined the Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, the Blue Note, and Dizzy’s Club amongst many other venues. He has recorded music as diverse as Italian folk songs, avant-garde jazz, pop, and classical music (he recorded the Darius Milhaud Clarinet Concerto with an orchestra in Sofia, Bulgaria). Ken is a longtime performer/consultant to The Jazz Cruise, where he was elected into the Jazz Cruise Hall Of Fame in 2013. 

“Mr. Peplowski sounds the way (Benny) Goodman might if he had kept evolving, kept on listening to new music, kept refining his sound, polishing his craft, and expanding his musical purview into the 21st century.” – Will Friedwald in The Wall Street Journal, December 2012

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