From Tony Award-winning Come From Away to Peter Pan's prequel and the empowering story of Eli Woods, this year's Best Series is an absolute must for those who love the magic of theatre.
Come From Away
October 5&6, 2018
38 planes and 7,000 passengers unexpectedly arrive in Gander, Newfoundland. Set in the week following the 9/11 attacks, Come from Away tells the remarkable, true story of the small town that welcomed the world.
November 13&14, 2018
Discover the fascinating story of how Peter became Pan in Finding Neverland. You won’t want to miss the magic, excitement, and pixie-dusted perfection. This show promises to be a family favorite for years to come.
March 2, 2019
Kinky Boots tells the story of Charlie Prince. He forms an unlikely partnership with cabaret performer Lola to produce a line of high-heeled boots and saves the family business. In the process, Charlie and Lola discover they are not so different after all.
March 22&23, 2019
A sorority sister Valley girl goes to Harvard Law to get her boyfriend back and ends up defying expectations while staying true to herself. The whole family will fall in love with Elle Woods as she discovers the true power behind being Legally Blonde.
May 3&4, 2018
Enjoy a journey through Latin American dance and culture. Ballet Hispánico embodies a vibrant energy and grace grounded in the rich heritage it represents. This all-Latina-choreographed program is contemporary dance in its finest and most dynamic forms.
Each of these shows will be presented for one performance only and currently available for purchase to series subscribers only. Public single ticket on-sale will begin on July 30, 2018 at 11:00 am.
Soweto Gospel Choir
October 18, 2018
This Grammy award-winning choir draws on the best talent from the many churches in and around Soweto, South Africa. Dedicated to sharing the joy of faith through their music, discover why Soweto is bringing audiences around the world to their feet.
November 18, 2019
Experience the refined elegance and passion of José Barrios’ REDITUM. This company demonstrates a respect, knowledge, and mastery of flamenco traditions. Whether a novice or a sophisticated dance patron, you will love every heel-stomping moment!
December 7, 2018
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s enchanting adaptation of the timeless fairytale continues to charm audiences with some of their most beloved songs. Step into the magical world of Cinderella and see if the shoe fits.
Fill out form (link below) and mail to: PO Box 102 ● Yakima, WA 98907
or Call the box office: 509-853-ARTS (2787) Monday through Friday between 11:00am and 4:00pm
Online purchase option available June 18th, 2018 at 11:00 am
Single tickets on sale July 30, 2018
Maddy Okelberry has been performing and enjoying all things music since a very young age. Her love for expression and creativity was apparent from the beginning. She began singing and dancing along to her favorite songs as a child and from there a drive to create was born. Maddy has been performing on stage since 2016 in school talent shows and open mics. She is also apart of her High School Drama Club and has been a part of plays throughout middle school & high school for multiple years. Over the past two years, Maddy has taught herself how to play multiple instruments, which include the piano, ukulele, and acoustic guitar. She has also written multiple songs of her own and has enjoyed the musical freedom that comes along with that. Maddy's sound is strong and soulful, yet soft and full of emotion. Her influence includes her brother Brandon Okelberry who started singing and playing the guitar at a young age as well and also constructed his own band. She loves taking an already beautiful song and making it her own, adding her own little twists. She has not been performing for long but she hopes to continue doing so in the future and to share her love and passion for music and performing.
Travis Hauck (lead guitar/lead vocals), Colton Adams (rhythm guitar), Joshua Graham (bass) and Stevo Tilton (drummer) are all part of a Yakima based rock band...a mix of Classic Rock and Grunge.
Jayleigh Ann & The Lost Boys are Jayleigh Ann Butler and brothers Isaac and Nico Gambito. They began in the Summer of 2016 by playing at their local Farmers’ Markets and quickly gained popularity for unique renditions of songs from multiple genres. They sharpened their skills by playing every open mic, any gig, and busking every chance they had. Their drive and hard work caught the attention of several influential local musicians who helped them develop their own style. The group now also writes and performs original songs that reflect their broad musical influences.
Their performances blend energetic acoustic guitar, ukulele, keyboard and percussion with powerful, soulful vocals. Although Jayleigh Ann and The Lost Boys have only been performing for a short time, they have already opened for or performed with Bradford Loomis, Robbie Walden, BGP, The Common Deer, Naomi Wachira, Alex Ashley, Indigo Kidd, Cody Beebe and The Crooks as well as have played prominent events such as Downtown Summer Nights and Chinook Fest and Winterhop Brewfest. They also used their money from playing to fund a trip last summer to busk and perform in Paris, France
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