SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2016
CHEYENNE CIVIC CENTER, 7:30 pm
Ring in the season with Cheyenne’s favorite holiday tradition! This year’s event features Soprano soloist Elizabeth Montgomery, All City Children’s Chorus, and dancers from the En Avant Dance Studio.There’s no need to wait for Christmas. You already know who’s naughty and who’s nice. Order your tickets for the Holiday Concert now and watch Santa’s helpers give you a standing ovation just for being the smartest elf on the shelf!
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017
CHEYENNE CIVIC CENTER, 2 pm
A family-friendly concert featuring music from Star Wars, Harry Potter, ET and Jurassic Park.
Explore new musical frontiers at our musical instrument petting zoo in the lobby beginning at 12:30 pm sponsored by Neimann Music.
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017
Doors open, 6pm
Live Music, 7pm
Hot band, cold beer. Need we say more? Order now. We might not be able to save you a seat if you don’t. The event will feature not a selection of beers and appetizers, but members of one of the leading brass ensembles in the area — the Boulder Brass. Founded in 1993, the group is committed to advancing the brass ensemble as an engaging art form and performs both classical and popular music with an emphasis on traditional literature.
All dance companies are, inevitably, in perpetual transition, but that’s unusually pronounced just now at Pennsylvania Ballet, which opened a program of 21st-century choreography on Tuesday night at the Joyce Theater. Since Angel Corella became the company’s artistic director in 2014, large numbers of dancers have come and gone.
Some of those dancing in New York this week have arrived since Mr. Corella joined the company, while others are in their final season.Read More
The cast of Groundhog Day, led by Tony nominee Andy Karl, turned Rockefeller Plaza into Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, April 27 as they showcased the new musical on The Today Show. Watch the performance, which was part of the NBC show’s “Best of Broadway” week, below.
The company—with the help of The Today Show’s weather guru Al Roker—performed the Act II number “Philanthropy,” in which Phil Connors spreads cheer and good deeds around the small town.
The Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation is raising the roof: it held a ceremonial “roof-breaking” performance on Tuesday to mark the beginning of a $25 million construction project that will add three more stories of studios, classrooms and offices to its Manhattan home. The expansion of the building, the Joan Weill Center for Dance, which opened in 2005, is being designed by Iu & Bibliowicz Architects.