PURCHASE TICKETS HERE “Warrior Women” unveils the captivating world of complex female archetypes, both real and imagined, through the mesmerizing medium of dance. From the legendary bravery of Joan of Arc to the captivating allure of Cleopatra, the fierce strength of the Amazons, and the contemporary resilience embodied by Sinead O’Connor, this performance artfully weaves together tales of powerful women who have left an indelible mark on history.
The dancers, with artistry and grace, bring to life the multifaceted stories of these warrior women, exploring the nuances of their strength, courage, and resilience. The event transcends time and culture, delving into the essence of what makes these iconic figures stronger than diamonds – a metaphor for their enduring and unyielding strength. Through the transformative power of dance, “Warrior Women” promises to be a celebration of feminine strength, a captivating journey that leaves audiences inspired by the indomitable spirit of these remarkable women. Come celebrate WOMENS’ HISTORY MONTH with us!
Join us for a special weekend featuring dance workshops from internationally-acclaimed performers. Learn several genres of belly dance as well as performance skills. There will be 2 performance opportunities to dance alongside Kamala Almanzar and Amy Sigil! A unique makeup workshop hosted by Emmy award-winning artist Devilla of Los Angeles and a mini photo workshop to capture it all hosted by Maharet Hughes, known as the dance photographer. Take one class or take them all! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!!
Historic Park Hall in Ben Lomond is celebrating 100 years of community and is ringing in their Centennial with Grammy-nominated Andre Thierry and local favorites Moonshine Crossroads! Join us for a spectacular event and help us raise funds to keep Park Hall a treasured resource serving our San Lorenzo Valley. Enjoy amazing music, meet your neighbors and build community! Buy tickets HERE!!!!!
All ages appropriate dance show in Santa Cruz county showcasing dance styles from all over the world. All ages, all genders, all dance styles, all welcome! The event will be held at historic Ben Lomond Park hall on August 5th, 2023 from 2pm – 9pm. $15 general admission (door), $10 for seniors and students, children under 12 are free. Bazaar featuring local artisans with wares, jewelry, crafts and more. Support your local artists and artisans! email any questions to SCWorldDanceShowcase@gmail.com
You are invited to grab those who are precious to you and come and join the cast of Little People’s Repertory Theater on an epic journey across Little Earth as (LPRT) presents: Snowdo White and the Fellowship of the Mirror, an original rock musical by Janinne Chadwick. This mash-up of beloved fairy tales and J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the rings, imagines Snow White as Snowdo a righteous young hobbit who sets off from the Shire, with a fellowship of characters to the tower of Mordor to free the enslaved spirit of the magic mirror, who is imprisoned in the castle of the wicked queen. On their journey, The Fellowship encounters the Giant of Isengard, Gollum, a big bad wolf, elves, frogs and more! The show features over 20 parodies of classic rock, pop and contemporary hits. Opening Night at Ben Lomond Park Hall is Wednesday, July 19th. Tickets will sell out! Get tickets and showtime info online at lprt.org.
For over 40 years, LPRT has the reputation of alternative children’s musical theatre at its best! Directed by Daria E. Troxell, with music direction by Gabe House, and choreography by Whitney James Heskett and Haley Clarke. “Snowdo White and The Fellowship of the Mirror”” is presented at Park Hall in Ben Lomond July 19-30, 2023. Tickets and specific show time information is available online at lprt.org.
When he died, Chester Dumbrosky had a lot to be sorry for in his relationships with his wife and children. But he didn’t let death stop him – he appears at his own wake to try to make amends and heal old wounds. The ensuing uproarious laughter turns serious as his dysfunctional family seeks to resolve conflicts that everyone will recognize if they can stop laughing long enough.
Come join the fun at the Bay Area and Central Coast premiere of a show that is both “heartfelt” and has audiences “rolling with laughter in the aisles.” (The Willits News.) The cast features MCT veterans David Leach, Steve Capasso, Hannah Eckstein, Dave Halper, Tracy Smith, and Scott Kravitz, as well as actors new to MCT, Martin Kachuck and Mo Corleone.
Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 2 pm. Tickets are $20 for Seniors and Students and $25 for everyone else. May 20 is Community Night when all tickets are two for $25.
There will be a champagne reception after the show on Opening Night, May 19, and a talk-back with the cast and director after the show on June 4.
Mountain Community Theatre is currently celebrating its 41st year of bringing quality entertainment to Santa Cruz County. Masks are recommended, but not required. Buy Tickets HERE
Performances will be Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, with Sunday Matinees at 2 PM.
The Humans tells the story of the quintessential family reunion–a group of people who love each other but still wrestle with basic human fears: old age, abandonment, poverty, and death. Filled with equal parts humor and hurt, the family explores each other’s familiar idiosyncrasies yet finds a deeper meaning in the struggles of life.
Mountain Community Theatre is currently celebrating its 40th year of bringing quality entertainment to Santa Cruz County. Masks are required for audiences at all performances.
Don’t miss this community event featuring dancers from all over the bay area! Be swept away by amazing dance, music and wonderful people. Be there or be talked about! $10 suggested donation. More information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Park Hall would like to send special thanks to the following people for their unwavering dedication and support to this weekend’s fundraiser: Jessica Bukowinski Sara Pichette and Eli Morris Ridgeway Ronnie Trubek Gil Sanchez Denise Gorham Surreyya Hada Lyle Troxell Wyatt Troxell Larry Cuprys Scott Deal Delle Townsend Miguel Reyna Cathy Smith Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce Matt Clarke Michele Gelblum Naomi Gorham Mokili Wa Taylor Rae Also to Christina Wise, Tina at KBCZ, and Julie Horner for boosting the signal. It takes a village. Thank you for helping us build community and keeping the arts in SLV!