Stocker Arts Center has Holiday Shows for All This Season

Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center has shows for all tastes this holiday season that include holiday musical treats, a symphonic band and the classic “Nutcracker” musical. Tickets for all shows are available at the Stocker Arts Center box office. Call 1-800-995-5222 (extension 4040), or order tickets online at www.lorainccc.edu/stocker.

  • A Christmas Cabaret Presented by The Musical Theater Project – Two Shows!
    7:30 p.m., Friday, December 12 and 3 p.m., Saturday, December 13, both in the intimate Studio Theater. Tickets: $15/Adults; $10/ Children 12 and under.

    The Christmas season has inspired hundreds of pages from the Great American Songbook back to Irving Berlin’s 1916 Santa Claus. A CHRISTMAS CABARET was conceived and is hosted by radio personality BILL RUDMAN, who with pianist NANCY MAIER, singers JARED LEAL and SANDRA SIMON, will take you on a sleigh ride of songs for the season – like “Winter Wonderland,” “White Christmas,” “Silver Bells,” and lots more. Recent holiday confections include Jerry Herman’s “The Best Christmas of All” (from the TV musical Mrs. Santa Claus) and the pop hit “Just in Time for Christmas.” Come celebrate the season with this joyful holiday treat!  
            

  • Patriots Symphonic Band presents its Christmas Festival Concert
    7:30 p.m., Saturday, December 13 in the Stocker Arts Center Theater.
    Tickets: $12/Adults; $10/Senior Citizens; $6/Students; Free/Children 12 and under.

    {mosimage}The holiday season would not be complete without the exciting and heartwarming sounds of Christmas music. The Patriots Symphonic Band returns to the Stocker main theatre to bring you a full suite of your favorite, traditional holiday carols, along with some fun, new arrangements of familiar Christmas songs. The evening will include a moving arrangement of “Silent Night,” written by Chris Donze for the Patriots Band and it’s soprano soloist Lorrie Coughlin. She will also sing several other selections including a powerful performance of “O Holy Night.” Also featured will be the reading and playing of “The Night Before Christmas.” From delicate melodies to powerful and stirring passages, the 85-member Patriots Band will fill the hall with joyful sound and fill your hearts with holiday spirit.
                  

  • Ohio Dance Theater presents “The Nutcracker”
    7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday December 19 & 20 and 2 p.m., Sunday, December 21 in the Stocker Arts Center main theater.
    Tickets: Adults: $26/Orchestra; $23/Mezzanine; Seniors: $23/Orchestra; $20/Mezzanine; Children 12 and under: $17/Orchestra; $16/Mezzanine Groups of 15 or more: $16/ Groups of 15 or more-Mezzanine only Last 2 rows of the Mezzanine – Friday & Saturday night only: $10/each
     
    Usher in the holidays with this hallmark tradition. With a tree that grows, battling mice and extraordinary dancers, Ohio Dance Theatre’s fully staged production provides a visual delight for children of all ages. From the lavish grace of the Dew Drop Fairy to the frantic footwork of the mischievous mice, this “NUTCRACKER” is filled with wonder and surprises.

 

Stocker Arts Center has Holiday Shows for All This Season

Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center has shows for all tastes this holiday season that include holiday musical treats, a symphonic band and the classic “Nutcracker” musical. Tickets for all shows are available at the Stocker Arts Center box office. Call 1-800-995-5222 (extension 4040), or order tickets online at www.lorainccc.edu/stocker.

  • A Christmas Cabaret Presented by The Musical Theater Project – Two Shows!
    7:30 p.m., Friday, December 12 and 3 p.m., Saturday, December 13, both in the intimate Studio Theater. Tickets: $15/Adults; $10/ Children 12 and under.

    The Christmas season has inspired hundreds of pages from the Great American Songbook back to Irving Berlin’s 1916 Santa Claus. A CHRISTMAS CABARET was conceived and is hosted by radio personality BILL RUDMAN, who with pianist NANCY MAIER, singers JARED LEAL and SANDRA SIMON, will take you on a sleigh ride of songs for the season – like “Winter Wonderland,” “White Christmas,” “Silver Bells,” and lots more. Recent holiday confections include Jerry Herman’s “The Best Christmas of All” (from the TV musical Mrs. Santa Claus) and the pop hit “Just in Time for Christmas.” Come celebrate the season with this joyful holiday treat!  
            

  • Patriots Symphonic Band presents its Christmas Festival Concert
    7:30 p.m., Saturday, December 13 in the Stocker Arts Center Theater.
    Tickets: $12/Adults; $10/Senior Citizens; $6/Students; Free/Children 12 and under.

    {mosimage}The holiday season would not be complete without the exciting and heartwarming sounds of Christmas music. The Patriots Symphonic Band returns to the Stocker main theatre to bring you a full suite of your favorite, traditional holiday carols, along with some fun, new arrangements of familiar Christmas songs. The evening will include a moving arrangement of “Silent Night,” written by Chris Donze for the Patriots Band and it’s soprano soloist Lorrie Coughlin. She will also sing several other selections including a powerful performance of “O Holy Night.” Also featured will be the reading and playing of “The Night Before Christmas.” From delicate melodies to powerful and stirring passages, the 85-member Patriots Band will fill the hall with joyful sound and fill your hearts with holiday spirit.
                  

  • Ohio Dance Theater presents “The Nutcracker”
    7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday December 19 & 20 and 2 p.m., Sunday, December 21 in the Stocker Arts Center main theater.
    Tickets: Adults: $26/Orchestra; $23/Mezzanine; Seniors: $23/Orchestra; $20/Mezzanine; Children 12 and under: $17/Orchestra; $16/Mezzanine Groups of 15 or more: $16/ Groups of 15 or more-Mezzanine only Last 2 rows of the Mezzanine – Friday & Saturday night only: $10/each
     
    Usher in the holidays with this hallmark tradition. With a tree that grows, battling mice and extraordinary dancers, Ohio Dance Theatre’s fully staged production provides a visual delight for children of all ages. From the lavish grace of the Dew Drop Fairy to the frantic footwork of the mischievous mice, this “NUTCRACKER” is filled with wonder and surprises.

 

Stocker Arts Center has Holiday Shows for All This Season

Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center has shows for all tastes this holiday season that include holiday musical treats, a symphonic band and the classic “Nutcracker” musical. Tickets for all shows are available at the Stocker Arts Center box office. Call 1-800-995-5222 (extension 4040), or order tickets online at www.lorainccc.edu/stocker.

  • A Christmas Cabaret Presented by The Musical Theater Project – Two Shows!
    7:30 p.m., Friday, December 12 and 3 p.m., Saturday, December 13, both in the intimate Studio Theater. Tickets: $15/Adults; $10/ Children 12 and under.

    The Christmas season has inspired hundreds of pages from the Great American Songbook back to Irving Berlin’s 1916 Santa Claus. A CHRISTMAS CABARET was conceived and is hosted by radio personality BILL RUDMAN, who with pianist NANCY MAIER, singers JARED LEAL and SANDRA SIMON, will take you on a sleigh ride of songs for the season – like “Winter Wonderland,” “White Christmas,” “Silver Bells,” and lots more. Recent holiday confections include Jerry Herman’s “The Best Christmas of All” (from the TV musical Mrs. Santa Claus) and the pop hit “Just in Time for Christmas.” Come celebrate the season with this joyful holiday treat!  
            

  • Patriots Symphonic Band presents its Christmas Festival Concert
    7:30 p.m., Saturday, December 13 in the Stocker Arts Center Theater.
    Tickets: $12/Adults; $10/Senior Citizens; $6/Students; Free/Children 12 and under.

    {mosimage}The holiday season would not be complete without the exciting and heartwarming sounds of Christmas music. The Patriots Symphonic Band returns to the Stocker main theatre to bring you a full suite of your favorite, traditional holiday carols, along with some fun, new arrangements of familiar Christmas songs. The evening will include a moving arrangement of “Silent Night,” written by Chris Donze for the Patriots Band and it’s soprano soloist Lorrie Coughlin. She will also sing several other selections including a powerful performance of “O Holy Night.” Also featured will be the reading and playing of “The Night Before Christmas.” From delicate melodies to powerful and stirring passages, the 85-member Patriots Band will fill the hall with joyful sound and fill your hearts with holiday spirit.
                  

  • Ohio Dance Theater presents “The Nutcracker”
    7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday December 19 & 20 and 2 p.m., Sunday, December 21 in the Stocker Arts Center main theater.
    Tickets: Adults: $26/Orchestra; $23/Mezzanine; Seniors: $23/Orchestra; $20/Mezzanine; Children 12 and under: $17/Orchestra; $16/Mezzanine Groups of 15 or more: $16/ Groups of 15 or more-Mezzanine only Last 2 rows of the Mezzanine – Friday & Saturday night only: $10/each
     
    Usher in the holidays with this hallmark tradition. With a tree that grows, battling mice and extraordinary dancers, Ohio Dance Theatre’s fully staged production provides a visual delight for children of all ages. From the lavish grace of the Dew Drop Fairy to the frantic footwork of the mischievous mice, this “NUTCRACKER” is filled with wonder and surprises.

 

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