Performing Artists Series

2014-2015 Performing Artists Series (PAS)

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The menu for
Dinner Before the Show for "Angel of Music A Salute to Andrew Lloyd Webber" (4/25/15) is posted below. Please scroll down to see it and call the box office at (440) 366-4040 to order yours now! The Dinner Before the Show is SOLD OUT!

Single tickets are $36/Orchestra and $29/Mezzanine per show.
Dinner Before for the Show is $30/per person per show.
Valet Parking is available for each of these performances at $5/per car.

Coming Next - the final event of the 2014-2015 Season: 

Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7:30pm

"Angel of Music: A Salute to Andrew Lloyd Webber"

starring Glory Crampton with Special Guest Paul Bogaev

Broadway Veteran Glory Crampton, along with special guest Paul Bogaev, will celebrate the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, performing songs from such favorites as “Phantom Of The Opera,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and more. Glory Crampton is known for roles in “Phantom,” “My Fair Lady” and “The Fantasticks.” Her solo credits include starring opposite Jose Carreras at Radio City Music Hall. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Glory sing the wonderful songs of one of Broadway’s most beloved composers.

Glory Crampton
Broadway leading lady Glory Crampton is a musical-theatre veteran with an exquisite soprano voice best known for her critically acclaimed roles in “Phantom,” “My Fair Lady,” “Nine,” “Camelot,” “Carousel” and “The Fantasticks.” She is also an accomplished soprano solo artist whose many credits include starring opposite legendary tenor Jose Carreras at a sold-out performance at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.  http://www.glorycrampton.com/preview/  listen to her at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HfZmIgwlAo and hear her sing from “Phantom” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UlCCNiqPQs 

Paul Bogaev
Paul Bogaev studied at Cornell University and The Juilliard School and acted professionally in “Hair,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” Arthur Miller’s only musical, “Up From Paradise,” and the Broadway musical, “Swing.” He is a multi award-winning music director, arranger, conductor, and composer. He received his first Grammy for Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida,” for which he produced and conducted the Tony award-winning score. He was also music director on Broadway for several other shows including “Tarzan,” “Bombay Dreams” (Tony nomination for best orchestrations), “Sunset Boulevard,” "Chess,” “Les Miserables,” “Cats” and “The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber” with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman. Paul’s second Grammy was as Executive Producer of the soundtrack of the Oscar-winning film musical “Chicago.” Some of his other film musicals include “Across the Universe,” “Dreamgirls,” and the animated “Lion King,” “Tarzan,” “Mulan,” and “Emperor’s New Groove.”

Paul also served as music director of the ABC-TV film musicals “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” “Annie” (Emmy Award) and “South Pacific.” Among the multitudes of pop, film and theatre stars he has worked with are with Sting, Elton John, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Harry Connick, Jr., and many more. In addition, Paul wrote and produced songs for a stage production of “The Three Musketeers” and last summer his score for “Battlecry,” a musical about the Battle of Gettysburg, premiered to rave reviews, and will be presented this year in concert. In addition, this year Glenn Close recorded the “Gettysburg Address” set to Paul’s music. As a symphony conductor, he conducted the music for Francis Ford Coppola’s presentation of the silent film “Napoleon” with major orchestras around the world. He is currently arranging new music for an expanded version of the film which will premiere in Paris in 2017 and subsequently tour the U.S. He is also the Music Producer of the upcoming Broadway version of “Pretty Woman.”

Paul currently resides in Weston, CT and is the proud father of three teenage boys. Listen to his NPR interview with Terri Gross at http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=919562&m=919563 

“Brilliant! The playing, singing, and stories are all priceless and he is very funny!” ~ Hugh Jackman

 



Sorry you missed these great 2014-2015 events:

Friday, October 24, 2014 - An Evening With Molly Ringwald
Sunday, November 23, 2014 - Well-Strung, the Singing String Quartet
Saturday, January 31, 2015 - An Intimate Evening with Larry Gatlin
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"
Monday, March 9, 2015 - Will and Anthony Nunziata: "Broadway Our Way" 


  

Dinner Before the Show Information

Stocker Arts Center, in partnership with LCCC's Culinary Arts program and the office of Campus Dining, Executive Chef Chase Wilcox, is offering dinner prior to each of the Performing Artists Series shows during the 2014-2015 season. The dinners will be held in the Norton Culinary Arts Building on the LCCC campus. Dinner tickets are $30 per person and will be available based on the above schedule. Seatings will be at either 5:45pm or 6:15pm. You will have a wonderful dinner and be finished in plenty of time to be in your seat for the show by curtain time!  

Dinner Menu

For "Angel of Music A Salute to Andrew Lloyd Webber" (4/25/15)  - SOLD OUT!

Salads
(Please choose one)

Spinach and Jicama Salad
 
with goat cheese, toasted pine nuts, fresh avocado, sage and sherry vinaigrette, and fresh pomegranate seeds

Field Greens Salad
with cucumber noodles, carrots, fried lotus root, and ginger miso dressing


Entrees
(Please choose one)

Fresh Horseradish Crusted Double Cut Pork Chop
with rustic red potatoes, green beans, and demi glace

Seared Airline Chicken Breast
with red chile mole, southwestern sweet corn pudding, and cilantro pesto
green beans

Pan Seared Filet
with lobster mashed potatoes, fine herb béarnaise, and grilled asparagus

Wild Mushroom Ravioli
with smoked gouda cream sauce and fresh herbs


Desserts
(Please choose one)

Pot de Crème
with Macadamia nut brittle and crystalized mint

Chocolate Lava Cake
with crème anglaise drizzle


You don’t have to be coming to the show to come for dinner – however seating is limited, so order your dinner tickets by calling the Stocker Box Office at 440-366-4040. The Box Office is open Monday through Friday from 12 noon until 6:00pm. Dinner tickets must be purchased no later than 4 days prior to the show and the dinners have been selling out - so if you want to come, get your dinner tickets soon!  When you order your dinner tickets, please let us know your menu choices and seating time preference.  Tickets for the performances are $36/Orchestra seating and $29/Mezzanine seating. Valet parking is also available for these events at $5/per car per show.



Prepaid Valet Parking Service
Same price since 2008 when we first started offering Valet Parking!

We’re again offering MVP Valet parking on a prepaid basis for $5/per car (not including tip). You can pre-purchase Valet tickets up to 1 week prior to the performance – or when you buy your subscription. The  Valet tickets indicate which show they are good for, so just bring the ticket with you when you come to that show. No worries about the weather, how crowded the lots will be or how far away you’ll have to park! You can pre-purchase Valet parking for 1 show for $5 - or for all 6 shows for only $30. Or, you can decide at the last moment to let the MVP Valets park your car – they will accept cash payment the night of the show. You are always welcome to park your own car and take advantage of our free parking. It’s up to you! No additional ticket handling fee is added when you purchase a Valet Parking ticket. 


To Purchase Your Tickets:

Please call the Box Office (12:00 noon to 6:00pm Monday through Friday) at (440) 366-4040 or click on the “Buy Stocker Event Tickets” icon above right. Subscriptions will be available for purchase online as of Tuesday, July 22nd. Single tickets will be available for purchase online as of Tuesday, September 2nd.

American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa accepted online and at the Box Office. In person at the Box Office, we also accept cash and checks (with a valid photo ID).

There is a $4.00 handling charge per PAS order.

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. If ordered at least 7 business days before a performance, tickets will be mailed to you once processed.

As of September 2nd, single tickets will be on sale at the Box Office (12 noon-6pm Monday-Friday) and online 24/7. Single tickets are $36/Orchestra and $29/Mezzanine per show. Online orders for single tickets include an extra $1 per ticket handling fee. 

Thank you for your support of Stocker Arts Center and we look forward to seeing you soon at dinner and the show!


 

Why be a Stocker Arts Center Subscriber?

  • you'll see a great lineup of shows and enjoy free parking!
  • you'll be assured the best seats for each event you want to attend!
  • you'll save a lot over single ticket prices – the more shows you see, the more you save!
  • you'll have the first opportunity to buy the Dinner Before the Show tickets!
  • you'll be able to pre-purchase MVP valet parking services!
  • you'll enjoy once-in-a-lifetime live performances at great prices close to home. Nothing compares to being right there in the audience when something amazing happens!

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