Rising Stars, a professional exhibition and performance, showcases the remarkable talent of high school and college students from New World School of the Arts, Florida’s premier arts institution. This Broadway-style extravaganza is an energy-packed, one-of-a-kind performance that will undoubtedly captivate the audience with exhilarating works of art, and enthralling dance, music, and theater performances.Buy Tickets
Indie rock legends Neutral Milk Hotel triggered a collective jaw-drop with the April 2013 announcement of a reunion tour in late 2013/early 2014. In the 15-year gap since their last shows, lore surrounding the band has reached near-mythic proportions, earning them an ever-growing cult following and making the possibility of a reunion tour an indie rock fantasy. Only a truly impressive return to the stage could have met the soaring expectations, and that's exactly what the band has delivered on tour, performing music from their seminal studio albums to throngs of awestruck fans around the globe.
Athens, Georgia-based Neutral Milk Hotel began in the early '90s as the solo project of singer-songwriter Jeff Mangum, previously of Olivia Tremor Control. Following a few singles and an EP, Mangum made his full-length debut with 1996's On Avery Island, putting together a band for a tour supporting the album. The lineup would stick, resulting in the now-legendary group of musicians on 1998's In The Aeroplane Over the Sea, a modern classic of indie rock. The success of the album and the stresses of life on the road ultimately took its toll on Mangum, leading to the band's indefinite hiatus at the end of that year. While Mangum has performed solo since then, the band's 2013/14 reunion tour marked their first live shows together in 15 years.
ON SALE: Friday December 12 @ 12 PM
NO PHOTOGRAPHY/NO VIDEO RECORDING ALLOWED
(This includes cell phones)
$1.00 of each ticket to benefit charity
TO BUILD A HOME.
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Join us for an unforgettable evening of stories, song, and celebration! Experience the many ways people touch each other’s lives every day! Watch a cast, chorus, and troupe of over 50 people bring emotional stories to life with song and dance on stage! Be a part of an amazing night of community!
CASA VALENTINA SOARS INTO 10th YEAR
Casa Valentina is a non-profit that started with a play- a sold-out production of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, at the Olympia Theatre- provides at risk youth and youth transitioning to independent living from foster care with housing and support services. Buy Tickets