arts and cultureIssue 28

Music & Dance at the Center


What’s better than a high-energy family band expertly playing a wide variety of violin tunes? How about all that, and choreographed dance numbers and unique Ottawa Valley step dancing. This champion family of fiddlers is ready to spirit you away on a musical journey with jigs, bluegrass, Celtic tunes, and so much more. Listening to their lively music, you might find it’s hard to keep yourself from dancing.

May 3 | 7 pm | Mary Stuart Rogers Theatre 









This acrobatic spectacle, winner of four Tony Awards, including Best Musical Revival, is sure to take your breath away. Take a journey with young Pippin, a man who isn’t sure where he belongs but who wants to be someone important, as he discovers what’s important—with music, dance, laughs, and amazing feats of tumbling along the way. You’ll be mesmerized by this skilled ensemble of dancers, singers, and acrobats. Rivers belong where they can ramble, and you belong in the audience of this show.

June 7 and 8 | 7 pm | Mary Stuart Rogers Theatre 

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