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2012-13 Season Brochure

  2. 2. Developing, Supporting & Promoting the Arts W ith the ruth a. knoll theater and suckow family art gallery, the Schauer Arts & Activities Center is a non-profit, regional center for the arts, staging professional touring performances, as well as shows by our resident groups: Hartford City Band, Hartford Community Chorus, The Hartford Players, and the Kettle Moraine Fine Arts Guild. In addition, we offer arts classes for all ages through our Community School of the Arts and host a variety of social and business functions throughout our facility. Stay Close. Go Far. In the heart of the Kettle Moraine, the Schauer Center is conveniently located off HWY 60 in downtown Hartford. Just a short drive — approximately 35 minutes northwest of Milwaukee. For directions, call our Box Office at 262-670-0560, ext. 3 or visit SchauerCenter.org/YourVisit. 41 1Kewaskum 26 miles 1Mayville 24 miles 1 Theresa 17 miles 33 1West Bend 14 miles 1 Juneau 19 miles 45 67 144 1 Rubicon 5 miles "Hartford 1 1Jackson 1Hustisford 60 12 miles 12 miles 60 Slinger 6 miles 41 1Richfield Germantown 83 1Neosho 12 miles 11 miles 1 17 miles 1 Watertown 28 miles 1Oconomowoc PA R K I N G 23 miles PA R K I N G PA R K I N G To Purchase Tickets VISIT the Box Office 147 N. Rural Street, Hartford Monday-Friday 11:30 am to 5:30 pm, Saturday 11:30 am to 2:00 pm or one hour prior to show time CALL 262-670-0560, ext. 3 during the hours listed above ONLINE at SchauerCenter.org (Some restrictions apply) Some shows have more than one performance, so please check event dates/times when you order your tickets. All events, dates, and times are subject to change. We will make every effort to alert patrons to such changes. The Schauer Center accepts cash, check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover), and Schauer Center gift certificates. Payment must accompany ALL ticket orders. No tickets will be placed on hold. All tickets prices include processing/facility fees and Wisconsin sales tax. All sales are final. schauer center business office 147 N. Rural Street Hartford, Wisconsin 53027 Monday–Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm 262-670-0560 fax 262-670-0937 Info@SchauerCenter.org www.SchauerCenter.org2 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  3. 3. SCHAUER CENTER 2012 |13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES Fri, Sep 14 American Fiesta starring John McGivern Thu, Sep 27—Sat, Sep 29 In the Mood Big Band musical revue Sun, Sept 30 River Critters Fever River Puppeteers Fri, Oct 5 & Sat, Oct 6 Nunset Boulevard starring Cindy Williams Sun, Oct 14 The Velveteen Rabbit Based on the book by Margery Williams Fri, Oct 19 Jason Petty’s The Swingin’ Cowboys A tribute to the American West Fri, Oct 26 Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz Milwaukee Bucks House Band Sun, Nov 18 The Berenstain Bears: Family Matters Off-Broadway musical Sun, Nov 25 Pint Size Polkas Uncle Mike’s Polka Variety Show Fri, Nov 30 Warren Nelson Trio A folk music holiday Fri, Dec 7 Leahy Family Christmas Canadian musical powerhouse Sat, Dec 8 Merry Magic Christmas David Seebach Tue, Dec 11 — Sat, Dec 15 Away in the Basement Church Basement Ladies Christmas Fri, Dec 21 & Sat, Dec 22 The Nutcracker Dance Alive National Ballet Jan 4 – 20 Pump Boys & Dinettes Hartford Players’ Dinner Theater Sat, Jan 12 The Little Mermaid, Jr. featuring a cast of local youth Fri, Jan 25 Close to You The Music of The Carpenters Fri, Feb 1 How I Became a Pirate Based on the book by Melinda Long Fri, Feb 8 Cirque Zuma Zuma An African-style Cirque du Soleil Sun, Feb 10 The George Dyer Show Direct from Branson Sat, Feb 16 WPR’s Whad’Ya Know? with Michael Feldman Sun, Feb 17 Tom Pease Songs and laughter Fri, Feb 22 The Mealies Willy Porter & The Carpe Diem String Quartet Fri, Mar 15 Vienna Boys Choir The world’s most beloved choir Sat, Mar 16 Craicmore Contemporary traditional Celtic quartet Fri, Mar 22 & Sat, Mar 23 The Secret Garden Missoula Children’s Theater Sat, Mar 23 Wisconsin Brass Quintet Ensemble-in-residence at UW-Madison Fri, Apr 5 Tom Wopat & His Band Consider It Swung Sat, Apr 6 TAP: The Show Non-stop rhythmic energy Sun, Apr 7 Jason Huneke’s Comedy Juggling Featured on America’s Got Talent Fri, Apr 12 Moscow Nights Russian Music Trio Sun, Apr 14 Alexander & The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Sat, Apr 27 The Barley Jacks Original vocals & jaw-dropping instrumentals Fri, May 10 Mozart’s The Magic Flute Chicago’s Candid Concert Opera Sat, May 11 Etta May & The Southern Fried Chicks Stand-up comedy Fri, May 17 The Lettermen Classic hits to Broadway Fri, May 31 Switchback American roots & Celtic soul Subject to change. Confirm event date/time with the Schauer Center at 262-670-0560, ext. 3. For a list of pre-show activities, see page 32. event color key COMEDY DANCE MAGIC MUSICAL MUSIC MUSIC THEATER COMEDY THEATER DANCE THEATER Purchase tickets to 7 or more Mainstage events and become a Season Subscriber: 1 7–9 events Reduced processing fees Subscribe 1 10–18 events 10% discount and Save! 1 All 19 mainstage 20% discountSubscription payment plans! Instead of paying for your subscription all at once, pay only halfup front and the rest in four easy installments. For full details and complete list of Subscriberbenefits, see the ticket order form in the center of the brochure or call 262-670-0560, ext. 201. www.SchauerCenter.org 3
  4. 4. A N N U A L S P O N S O R SThe Schauer Arts & Activities Center wishes to th thank our Annual Sponsors who provide the supportto help subsidize the cost of presenting spectacular performing arts attractions, cultural, and he t prese preducational programs and general operational expenses. Sponsors are listed as of May 16, 2012. Toeducational progra nbecome an Annual Business Sponsor, please contact the Schauer Center at 262-670-0560, ext. 216. LL E A D E R L E V E L First National Bank of Hartford Hartford Players, Ltd. PLATINUM LEVEL LUTZ FAMILY FOUNDATION GOLD LEVEL Zagel Insurance Services, LLC HydroElectronic Devices, Inc. Hartford Rotary Club SLINGER ADVANCEMENT ASSN. WTKM AM and FM S I LV E R L E V E L AmericInn Motel & Suites of Hartford Hartford Women’s Club GFWC CDM Tool & Manufacturing Co., Inc. Hartford Lioness Club Dr. Don Crego, Jr., DDS Hartford Lions Club Dairy Queen of Hartford Mount Vernon Estates BRONZE LEVEL Cousins Subs Hartford/Slinger/Jackson Horicon Bank Grand Avenue Dental Care · Peter F. Wilk DDS PNC Bank Hartford City Band Westside Auto Center COMMUNITY LEVEL Allenton Service First National Bank of Hartford National Exchange Bank & Trust American Family Insurance · Slinger Branch Perc Place James R. Dowdle Glynn Accounting & Tax Service Greater Richfield Business Network Dale Anderson Masonry, Inc. Gratton’s Garages Richfield Lioness Club B&S Liquor Hank’s Restaurant & Drinkery Romie’s Service, Inc. Boyd Hunter Inc. Hartford Downtown BID Rueben’s County Market Employment Services Held Meat Products, Inc. Schnorenberg’s Floor Covering, Inc. Cedar Lake Sand & Gravel Helsan Development Co. Sciascia Law Office Coachwork Auto Body, Inc. Horsch & Miller Plumbing & Heating Scoop DeVille Old Fashioned Treats Dodge County Independent News Gordon Knutson · Ziegler R.S. Semler & Associates Insurance, Inc. Dodge County Pionier Wealth Management Signworks Dun Rite Drywall, Inc. Kreilkamp Trucking Staffing Support Specialists E.H. Wolf & Sons, Inc. Mayville Inn State Farm Insurance · Alan Jordan ELECTROHEAT Mayville Insurance Sunset Farms Farmers & Merchants Union Bank Mayville Rotary Club Vickney & Associates CPA, S.C. Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly Village Beverage Center SEASON GRANT FUNDING The 2012-13 Performing Arts Series receives funding through grant support from the Wisconsin Arts Board, with help from the State of Wisconsin and4 Arts Midwest, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
  5. 5. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstage ge World-class performances at small-town prices, the Schauer Center’s Mainstage Series showcases professional touring productions. All Mainstage events take place in the Ruth A. Knoll Theater and have two tiers of seating prices: prime and side. For most events, side seats receive a $4 discount off prime seating prices. Be aware that side seating is at a 90˚ angle to the stage and may have slight viewing obstructions. Most Mainstage performances are 2 hours, including 20 minute intermission with cash bar. com comedy theaterAmerican Fiestastarring John McGivernFriday, September 14, 20127:30 pmV oted “Best Play by an Emerging Playwright” by the AmericanTheatre Critics Association,American Fiesta is a witty, hopefultale of imperfection and acceptance.An obsessive collector on a questfor the perfect piece of vintageFiestaware deals with his parents’opposition to his same-sexmarriage. His antic journey shedslight on our cultural/politicaldivide and the prospect of findingcommon ground.JohnMcGivern.comAdult $33 · $29 Student $31 · $27 DONORS LOUNGE www.SchauerCenter.org 5
  6. 6. music In the Mood America’s Greatest Big Band Musical Revue Thursday, September 27 & Friday, September 28, 2012 2:00 pm Limited seating! Friday, September 28, 2012 7:30 pm Saturday, September 29, 2012 3:00 pm M uch more than a concert, it’s a 1940’s Big Band theatrical swing revue. Complete with the music of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman, and The Andrews Sisters, the show features singers, dancers, and the sensational String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra. The music, costumes, and choreography are as authentic as it gets! DONORS IntheMoodLive.com Adult $36 · $32 Student $34 · $30 LOUNGE FRIDAY EVENING SPONSORS SATURDAY SPONSOR Hartford Lioness Club Hartford Lions Club6 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  7. 7. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstage e musical theater Dan Goggin’s Nunset Boulevard starring Cindy Williams Friday, October 5, 2012 7:30 pm Saturday, October 6, 2012 3:00 pm I t would be a sin to miss Cindy Williams, star of Laverne & Shirley, as Mother Superior in this zany musical comedy. The Little Sisters of Hoboken are thrilled at the prospect of performing at the Hollywood Bowl until they discover they are booked into the Hollywood Bowl-A-Rama. Featuring audience participation and heavenly humor, ABC Television calls the show, "Hilarious, wacky, and unpredictable!" Nunsense.com Adult $43 · $39 Student $41 · $37 Allenton Residents $39 · $35 Friday evening only DONORS LOUNGE FRIDAY SPONSOR ALLENTON NIGHT SATURDAY SPONSORS GFWCHartford Womens Club Westside Auto Center Grand Avenue Dental Care Pe t e r F. W i l k D D S music Jason Petty’s Jason Petty’s s e y The Swingin’ Cowboys Friday, October 19, 2012 7:30 pm J ason Petty with Carolyn Martin and her Western Swing Band pay tribute to the ol’ West. Travel down memory lane with songs from Stephen Foster to the Singing Cowboys, including Home On The Range, Streets Of Laredo, Dont Fence Me In, and Back In The Saddle. An authentic western backdrop along with some of America’s best musicians will make for an unforgettable night. JasonPetty.com Adult $33 · $29 Student $31 · $27 Juneau Residents $29 · $25 SPONSORS JUNEAU NIGHT Hartford Savings Bankwww.SchauerCenter.org 7
  8. 8. music /danceLeahy Family ChristmasFriday, December 7, 2012 7:30 pmS hare Leahy holiday tradition. As seen on PBS, the Canadian musical powerhouse of eight brothers and sisters mystifies audiences. The band is a whirlwind triple-threat of fiddle-driven music,dance, and vocals augmented by keyboards and percussion. From sacred hymns to fiery tunes andChristmas carols, they cover the full spectrum of Christmas music, as well as their typical Irish andScottish fare. LeahyMusic.com Adult $44 · $40 Student $42 · $38 SPONSOR LUTZ FAMILY FO U N DAT I O N musical theater Away In the Basement A Church Basement Ladies Christmas Tuesday, December 11 through Limited D b r through Limit through Fri, December 14, 2012 2:00 pm seating! Friday, December 14, 2012 7:30 pm Saturday, December 15, 2012 3:00 & 7:30 pm A nd out of the basement shall come a program of good tidings and great humor! It’s 1959 and the day of the Sunday School Christmas Program. As the children rehearse, the ladies of the kitchen are putting final touches on the nativity pieces. Little do the ladies know what surprises are in store as they are called upon to save the day. TroupeAmerica.com Adult $38 · $34 Student $36 · $32 Slinger Residents $34 · $30 Friday evening only West Bend Residents $34 · $30 Saturday evening only DONORS LOUNGE WED MATINEE SPONSOR FRIDAY NIGHT SPONSOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON SATURDAY NIGHT SPONSORS SLINGER NIGHT WEST BEND NIGHT Horicon Bank8 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  9. 9. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 3 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstage SCHAUER CE ER 2012|1PERFORMING G RTS ER mainstage SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstage CHAUER CENT 12|13 ERFORM ARTS SERIES mainst g 012|1 R T TS ERI The Nutcracker Dance Alive National Ballet Friday, December 21, 2012 7:30 pm Saturday, December 22, 2012 3:00 pm I t wouldn’t be the holiday season without the Nutcracker! Become entranced by the beauty of the Sugar Plum Fairy, enchanted by the swirling snowflakes, and cheer for the toy soldiers and handsome Nutcracker Prince. Truly a family favorite, the sparkling production features beautiful costumes and sets, Tchaikovsky’s famous score, and select students from the Schauer School of Dance. DanceAlive.org dance Adult $29 · $25 Student $25 · $21 Child $21 · $17 Richfield Residents $25 · $21 Friday evening only FRIDAY SPONSORS RICHFIELD NIGHT Hartford Savings Bank music Close to You The Music of The Carpenters Friday, January 25, 2013 7:30 pm O ne of the best vocalists of all time, Karen Carpenter captured a generation with her catchy pop music. The Carpenters’ beautiful, memorable love songs topped the Billboard charts with more than a dozen number one hits. Close to You: The Music of The Carpenters brings these classics back to the stage with spot-on renditions performed by singer Lisa Rock and her six-piece band. CloseToYouOnline.com Adult $34 · $30 Student $32 · $28 DONORS SPONSOR LOUNGE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HARTFORD www.SchauerCenter.org 9
  10. 10. Cirque Zuma Zuma As seen on America’s Got Talent Talent e Friday, February 8, 2013 7:30 pm music /dance A n African-style Cirque du Soleil; such is the standard of the troupe of 10 Kenyan performers and the quality of the live musical score. The “ultimate African Circus” is filled with non-stop action and African culture, including dance, acrobatics, tumbling, and music. The thought of this rich continent brings to mind a mysticism, magic, and excitement that will keep you breathless. ZumaZuma.com Adult $34 · $30 Student $30 · $26 Child $26 · $22 Mayville Residents $30 · $26 SPONSOR MAYVILLE NIGHTmusic Voted the “2010 Vocalist of the Year” by BransonCritic.com The George Dyer Show Direct from Branson Sunday, February 10, 2013 2:00 pm O ne of the finest tenors in the world, George Dyer adds a polished showmanship that will make you feel as if you were on Broadway, in Las Vegas, or at the Met. Accompanied by a five-piece band, George sings power ballads, Broadway hits, love songs, classic standards, oldies, and gospel, DONORS bringing each song to life with an endearing comic style all his LOUNGE own. GeorgeDyer.com Adult $30 · $26 Student $28 · $24 SPONSOR10 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  11. 11. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstagecomedy WPR’s Whad’Ya Know? with Michael Feldman Saturday, February 16, 2013 10:00 am D ont just listen to the radio, watch radio happen! Join us for a live two-hour comedy/quiz/interview show heard on public radio stations across the country. Host and quiz-master Michael Feldman invites contestants to answer questions drawn from his seemingly limitless store of insignificant (but also somehow, important) information. Produced by Wisconsin Public Radio, Feldman is accompanied by announcer Jim Packard, phone-answerer Lyle Anderson, and the WhadYa Know Trio with John Thulin on piano, Jeff Hamann on bass, and Clyde Stubblefield on drums. NotMuch.com All Seats $23 A REMINDER TO TICKET HOLDERS: Because this is a live radio show, patrons are asked to arrive at the theater and be seated by 9:30 am. No late-comers will be admitted. The lobby and box office will open at 8:00 am. Live radio broadcast www.SchauerCenter.org 11
  12. 12. music The Mealies Willy Porter & The Carpe Diem String Quartet Friday, February 22, 2013 7:30 pm A collaboration between guitarist/singer/songwriter Willy Porter and the Carpe Diem String Quartet, The Mealies have created an ensemble outside of their own identities. The Mealies, comprised of violins, viola, cello, guitar, and vocals, defy categorization. It’s not just Carpe Diem adding strings to Porter’s songs. The Mealies bring the refinement of a string quartet together with songwriting salt, sugar, and rock. TheMealies.com Adult $30 · $26 Student $28 · $24 SPONSOR Dairy Queen of Hartford Vienna Boys Choir music Friday, March 15, 2013 7:30 pm T he world’s most beloved choir has been a phenomenon of excellence and cultural presence for over 500 years. Twenty-four singers ages 10 to 14 perform everything from medieval to contemporary and experimental music. Motets and lieder for boys’ choir form the core of the repertoire, as do the choir’s own arrangements of quintessentially Viennese music, waltzes and polkas by Lehar, Lanner, and Strauss. www.WSK.at/en Adult $36 · $32 Student $32 · $28 Child $28 · $24 SPONSOR FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HARTFORD12 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  13. 13. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstage musicCraicmoreContemporary Traditional Celtic QuartetSaturday, March 16, 2013 7:30 pmW ith roots in the music of Scotland and Ireland, Craicmore features critically acclaimed vocalist Nancy Johnston. Driving rhythms from guitar, bass, Bohdran, and conga, alongwith high-spirited flutes and bagpipes, powerfully render jigs & reels. Four part harmony,rhythmic hardshoe dancing, an East Indian Shruti Box, and rumbling Didjeridooall accent the warmth of their fiery performance. Craicmore.comAdult $30 · $26 Student $28 · $24 SPONSOR HydroElectronic Devices, Inc.music Tom Wopat & His Band Consider It Swung Friday, April 5, 2013 7:30 pm K nown as the freewheeling Luke Duke on The Dukes of Hazard, Tom Wopat received a Tony nomination for his role in the Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun. Backed by top-notch musicians, the Wisconsin native returns to his first love to perform a swinging set of standards, pop tunes, and interesting covers, including Frank Sinatra, Blood Sweat & Tears, and Joni Mitchell. TomWopat.com Adult $39 · $35 Student $37 · $33 SPONSOR DONORS LOUNGE www.SchauerCenter.org 13
  14. 14. music /dance TAP · The Show Saturday, April 6, 2013 7:30 pm A powerhouse celebration of tap dance from around the globe. Fueled by non-stop rhythmic energy, dazzling costumes, and a soaring score, the dancers and singers travel seamlessly from Broadway and big band to world music and pop/rock. Each section brings to life iconic tap moments, including Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly numbers, soft shoe, flamenco, tribal, and Irish step dancing. ECETouring.com Adult $33 · $29 Student $31 · $27 SPONSOR DOWNTOWN HARTFORD NIGHT Moscow Nights Russian music trio Friday, April 12, 2013 7:30 pm A n exciting, versatile trio of classically trained musicians from Russia. The authentic repertoire centers on Russian folklore masterpieces and represents the diversity of the culture, ranging from gently humorous songs to elaborate lyrical suites and exhilarating dance numbers that are outwardly reserved, but brimming with vibrancy inside. The concerts have the air of a spontaneous impromptu performance –– a hallmark of folk music. RussianFolk.com Adult $20 · $16 Student $16 · $12 Child $12 · $8 SPONSORmusic /dance HARTFORD ROTARY CLUB14 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  15. 15. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES mainstage Etta May & The Southern Fried Chicks Stand-up comedy Saturday, May 11, 2013 7:30 pm W hat’s the best way to describe Etta May? “Minnie Pearl with a migraine.” The reigning Queen of Southern Sass performs with top headlining comediennes for an evening of clean, clever storytelling for every generation. The original “desperate housewives” give their points of view on life and love, leaving you wiping your eyes, holding your sides, and waiting for your next helping of the Southern Fried Chicks! SouthernFriedChicks.net comedy Adult $33 · $29 Student $31 · $27 SPONSOR The Lettermen Classic hits to Broadway Friday, May 17, 2013 7:30 pm T he letter sweaters may only make a brief appearance, but The Lettermen sound is non-stop. From their first hit in 1961, The Way You Look Tonight, through today, their popularity is undeniable. Tony Butala, Donovan Tea, and Bobby Poynton lend their well-known harmony to selections from Carousel, Pippin, Sound of Music, and West Side Story, as well as a mix of fan favorites. TheLettermen.com Adult $39 · $35 Student $37 · $33 SPONSOR DONORS WTKM AM and FM LOUNGEmusicwww.SchauerCenter.org 15
  16. 16. family series Each family friendly performance is approximately 60 to 90 minutes in length and offers the opportunity to meet the cast in full costume after the show. While these events are geared towards younger audiences, the Schauer Center does have the following policies: Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Babes in arms will not be admitted. Children under age 6 are not allowed in the balcony. Youth, age 16 and under, must be accompanied by an adult. One adult is recommended for every three students seated in the balcony. Family Series lap seating can be purchased for children, age 3 and younger. JOIN THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS FOR A PRE-SHOW ART WORKSHOP! STUDENTS WILL CREATE A KEEPSAKE RELATED TO THE SHOW. REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR. TO RECEIVE WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS OR TO REGISTER, CALL 262-670-0560, EXT. 4. The Velveteen Rabbit Based on the book by Margery Williams Sunday, October 14, 2012 3:00 pm A joyous testament to the eternal power of a child’s imagination. The classic tale of the toy bunny who longs to become real comes to life in a wonder-filled play. Just as the velveteen rabbit is transformed by the love of a boy, imagination converts three actors into a wise rocking horse, a cavalcade of playthings, and a kind-hearted fairy. TheatreworksUSA.org Adult $15 Student $13 Child $10 Lap $5 Workshop $10 theater16 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  17. 17. SCHAUER CENTER 2012 | 13 SEASON WEST BEND family series musical theater The Berenstain Bears: Family Matters Based on the books by Stan and Jan Berenstain Sunday, November 18, 2012 3:00 pm B rother Bears grades are slipping, Sister Bear has a few things to learn about making friends, and Papa Bear cant stop eating junk food. Thankfully, we can depend on Mama Bear to help set things right. Using the iconic stories and imagery of the books, the new Off-Broadway musical teaches the importance of honesty, health, and safety. BerenstainBearsLive.com Adult $16 Student $14 Child $11 Lap $5 | Workshop $10 SPONSOR David Seebach’s vid Seebach’s d e hs magic Merry Magic Christmas i h i Saturday, December 8, 2012 1:00 pm A fun-filled magical extravaganza with lavish costumes, dazzling illusions, and favorite Christmas melodies. David Seebach’s popular holiday show features The March of Toys, the Divided Lady Illusion, the Littlest Elf, and Candy Cane Levitation, as well as silken sorcery with red and green scarves, an appearance by a live tiger, and multiple opportunities to join the show on stage. DavidSeebach.com Adult $17 Student $15 Child $12 Lap $5www.SchauerCenter.org 17
  18. 18. musical theater The Little Mermaid Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen PRESENTED BY STAGEKIDS PRODUCTIONS IN COOPERATION WITH NORTH SHORE ACADEMY OF THE ARTS & SCHAUER COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS. Saturday, January 12, 2013 3:00 & 7:00 pm B elow the sea, an adventurous mermaid longs to live in the world above. Having fallen in love with a prince she saved from drowning, the Little Mermaid makes a deal with the sea-witch to give up her voice in exchange for legs. Patience, love, and friendship solve this romantic puzzle in a musical performed by a cast of local youth. SchauerCenter.org/CSA Adult $15 Student $13 Child $10 Lap $5musical theater How I Became a Pirate Based on the book by Melinda Long Friday, February 1, 2013 7:00 pm J eremy Jacobs’ talent for building sand castles and digging moats has earned him an invitation to join the crew of Braid Beard’s ship. Living the high life at sea, Jeremy rolls in stolen treasure, sings sea chanteys, and practices his pirate talk. It’s a grand adventure, until Jeremy remembers all the things he left behind such as bedtime stories and goodnight kisses. RoseTheater.org Adult $17 Student $15 Child $12 Lap $5 SPONSOR LUTZ FAMILY FO U N DAT I O N18 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  19. 19. SCHAUER CENTER 2012 | 13 SEASON WEST ARTS family series e SCHAUER CENTER 2012|13 PERFORMING BENDSERIES mainstage mainstag musical theater Missoula Children’s Theater The Secret Garden Based on the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett Friday, March 22, 2013 7:00 pm Saturday, March 23, 2013 3:00 pm E xplore an enchanting garden! Local students bring to life an MCT original musical adaptation. Mistress Mary journeys from India to her uncle’s home in England. Along the way she befriends hilarious Canadian Geese and colorful Giant Bugs, learning to appreciate everything around her. Add a dose of caring, and the whole household begins to enjoy the return of health and happiness. MCTInc.org Adult $14 Student $12 Child $9 Lap $5Alexander &The Terrible,Horrible, No Good,Very Bad DayBased on the book byJudith ViorstSunday, April 14, 2013 3:00 pmA lexander wakes up with gum in his hair, trips on a skateboard, and accidentallydrops his sweater in the sink — all beforebreakfast! He can tell its going to be a terrible,horrible, no good, very bad day. Laugh andsing along with Alexanders misadventures inthis hilarious musical that shows sometimes,everyone has a terrible, horrible, no good, verybad day. TheatreworksUSA.orgAdult $15 Student $13 Child $10 Lap $5Workshop $10 musical theater www.SchauerCenter.org 19
  20. 20. Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz Friday, October 26, 2012 8:00 pm W idely regarded as the best “house band” in the NBA, as well as the "Best Contemporary Jazz Group" in Wisconsin, Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz blends R&B, smooth jazz, and contemporary styles with superb musicianship and exciting stage presence. Saxophonist and keyboardist Warren Wiegratz leads the award-winning six-piece combo of vocals, percussion, bass and guitar. StreetLifeJazz.com bass,music Prem Premium $22 Standard $19 SPONSOR CDM Tool & Manufacturing Co., Inc.Warren Nelson TrioA Folk Music HolidayFriday, November 30, 20128:00 pmA dmired for his stage presence, Lake Superior Big Top Chautauquafounder Warren Nelson is a songwriter,musician, poet, and historian. With acareer lasting over 40 years, he beganwriting songs and performing at age15, inspired by The Kingston Trio,the Smothers Brothers, and MasonWilliams. Nelson’s trio featuresmulti-talented musicians on guitar,dobro, ukulele, vocals, and banjo.WarrenNelson.comPremium $22 Standard $19 SPONSOR Mount Vernon Estates music20 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  21. 21. SCHAUER CENTER 2012 | 13 SEASON HARTFORD ANIMAL CLINIC caba et se ies cabaret series cabaret serıes With a casual lounge atmosphere, cash bar, and intimate seating in Pikes Peak, CLUB PIKE showcases high caliber talent in a cabaret-style setting. The perfect night out, Cabaret events are suggested for ages 18 and older. Seating is limited. For CLUB PIKE, seating is at reserved tables of up to four (4) per table and prices are in two tiers: premium and standard. Standard seats receive a $3 discount off Premium prices. Be aware that the standard tables are behind the premium tables. Bar opens at 7:00 pm and is available for the duration of the event. musical theaterDinner Theater PERFORMED BY THE HARTFORD PLAYERS, LTD. AS A SCHAUER CENTER BENEFIT EVENT DIRECTED BY TIM DONDLINGERFridays, January 4 · 11 · 18, 2013 5:30 pm Cash Bar 6:30 pm Buffet 7:30 pm ShowSaturdays, January 5 · 19, 2013 5:30 pm Cash Bar 6:30 pm Buffet 7:30 pm ShowSat, January 19 and Sundays, January 6 · 13 · 20, 2013 1:00 pm Buffet 2:00 pm ShowA musical tribute to life by the roadside! The Pump Boys sell high octane on Highway 57 in Grand Ole Opry country and the Dinettes, Prudie and Rhetta Cupp, run the Double Cupp diner nextdoor. With heartbreak and hilarity,they fashion an evening of countrywestern songs performed on guitars, Premium $41 Standard $38piano, bass, and, kitchen utensils. Tickets will not be available for purchase until seven (7) days prior to the performance.HartfordPlayersLtd.com SPONSORS Hartford Pl f d Players, L Ltd. All meals include entrée of roasted chickenor baked pork chop, mashed potatoes,buttered green beans, tossed salad, glazedfruit salad, dinner rolls, milk, coffee, anddessert. Catered by LeRoy Meats. Dinneris included in your ticket price; dining isrequired for all performances. Cash bar. Suggested arrival time is a minimum of30 minutes prior to start of buffet service.Seating is first come, first served atreserved tables of eight (8). www.SchauerCenter.org 21
  22. 22. music Wisconsin Brass Quintet Ensemble-in-Residence at UW-Madison Saturday, March 23, 2013 8:00 pm A cknowledged as “a remarkable ensemble that plays with more reckless abandon… and interpretive interest than almost any quintet in memory” by American Record Guide, the nationally recognized WBQ was founded in 1972. Lending their artistry to a repertoire of over 250 works from all periods and styles, are John Aley and Matthew Kuhns, trumpet; Douglas Hill, horn; Mark Hetzler, trombone; and John Stevens, tuba. Music.Wisc.edu/wisconsin-brass Premium $19 Standard $16 SPONSOR Hartford City Band The Barley Jacks Saturday, April 27, 2013 A blend of original bluegrass, Celtic, and roots played with acrobatic 8:00 pm skill and soul. The Barley Jacks sing original vocals and play jaw-dropping instrumentals in a spirit of excitement and fun. They are masters of the fiddle, guitar, bass, and drum who meld their divergent backgrounds to inspire each other and create something entirely new. BarleyJacks.com Premium $22 Standard $19music22 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  23. 23. SCHAUER CENTER 2012 | 13 SEASON HARTFORD ANIMAL CLINIC cabaret series sung in Mozart’s The Magic Flute German Chicago’s Candid Concert Opera with Friday, May 10, 2013 8:00 pm English subtitles A 12-piece orchestra and 10 vocalists wonderfully deliver music without the staging. Endlessly inventive, Mozart’s final comic opera is a profound yet lighthearted tale of love. Prince Tamino is searching for the girl of his dreams. The mysterious Queen says her daughter’s the one — and just waiting to be rescued from the evil wizard. But it turns out he’s not the evil one! CandidConcertOpera.org Premium $25 Standard $22 musical theater Switchback American Roots & Celtic Soul Friday, May 31, 2013 8:00 pm music O riginal Americana and traditional Celtic, infused with Blues, Cajun, country, classical, and pop, delivered by two musicians who create a full-band sound. For more than two decades, the award- winning duo of Brian FitzGerald and Martin McCormack has been entertaining audiences around the world. Superb songwriting and harmonies reflect an uncommon grasp on the roots of American music, taking the traditional into the present. WayGoodMusic.com Premium $25 Standard $22 www.SchauerCenter.org 23
  24. 24. Zagel Insurance Services, LLC tikes inpikes series Designed for children and families, Tikes in Pikes offers a relaxed, kid-friendly environment in Pikes Peak on the upper level. Enjoy a diverse lineup of local musicians, magicians, and performers. Programs are 60 minutes and provide the opportunity for plenty of interaction and audience participation. Casual seating is general admission. Lap seating is for ages 2 and under.theater River Critters Fever River Puppeteers Sunday, September 30, 2012 2:00 pm T ake a lighthearted look at life on the river through the use of hand, rod, and shadow puppets, as well as marionettes. Kids will love the colorful characters, including a playful otter, a dishonest raccoon, a catfish that can outlive a fisherman, and a fish fly that likes to party because life is too short. HazelGreenOperaHouse.blogspot.com Adult $5 Child $3 Lap $1music Pint Size Polkas Uncle Mike’s Polka Variety Show Sunday, November 25, 2012 2:00 pm P ut the fun of polka together with great education! Sing along as a snappy polka beat is created by Mike Schneider on accordion and his lumberjack sidekick on banjo. Uncle Mike’s catchy tunes and video segments will teach about the alphabet, numbers, occupations, hygiene, geography, and even how to dance the polka. PintSizePolkas.com Adult $5 Child $3 Lap $124 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  25. 25. SCHAUER CENTER SEASON ALLSTATE / ZAGEL INSURANCE SERVICES Tom Pease Sunday, February 17, 2013 2:00 pm W isconsin’s own Tom Pease has an infectious sense of fun. With movement, sign language, and humor, he leaves audiences laughing and singing. Entirely participatory, Tom’s concerts celebrate themes such as reading, self-esteem, the environment, cultural diversity, and the joy of laughter. Tom connects and inspires with every show he does. TomPease.com Adult $5 Child $3 Lap $1 music Jason Huneke’s Comedy Juggling Show Sunday, April 7, 2013 2:00 pm F eatured on America’s Got Talent, Jason is not just a comedian, not just a juggler. His personality and charisma combine to create one fast paced performance. The fresh, interactive show will leave you amazed by his deadpan comedy style, original dance moves, accomplished juggling, and manipulation routines. JasonHuneke.com Adult $5 Child $3 Lap $1comedywww.SchauerCenter.org 25
  26. 26. On Display SUCKOW FAMILY ART GALLERYWisconsin Plein Air Painters AssociationFriday, July 20 – Sunday, September 2, 2012Reception: Friday, August 10, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm, prior to Simon & Garfunkel Retrospective.Art Guild of Menomonee FallsFriday, September 7 – Sunday, October 14, 2012Reception: Friday, September 14, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm, prior to American Fiesta starring John McGivern.Fiber Arts CoalitionFriday, October 19 – Sunday, November 18, 2012Reception: Friday, October 19, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm, prior to The Swingin’ Cowboys.Kettle Moraine Fine Arts GuildFriday, November 23, 2012 – Sunday, January 6, 2013Reception: Friday, December 14, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm, prior to Away In the Basement.South District Children’s ArtFriday, January 11 – Sunday, February 17, 2013Reception: Friday, February 1, 2013 · 6:00-7:00 pm, prior to How I Became a Pirate.Wisconsin Regional Art ProgramFriday, February 22 – Sunday, March 31, 2013Submission deadline February 1, 2013 (non-professionals only)Reception: Friday, March 15, 2013 · 6:30-7:30 pm, prior to Vienna Boys Choir.WRAP Workshop: Sunday, March 31Photography of Jack Barthomai and David EdwardsFriday, April 5 – Sunday, May 19, 2013Reception: Friday, April 5, 2013 · 6:30-7:30 pm, prior to Tom Wopat’s Consider It Swung. Reception hors d’oeuvres compliments of MJ’s Market & CateringL OCATED ON THE UPPER LEVEL, the Suckow Family Art Gallery is open for viewing weekdays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm, and one hour prior to performances. Artwork is availablefor purchase, unless noted. For more information on the artists and exhibits, or for details on how to submityour artwork for consideration, visit SchauerCenter.org/Events/Gallery. Admission is free to gallery receptions, which offer an opportunity to meet the artists and view the exhibit. Light refreshments are available.26 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  27. 27. SCHAUER CENTER 2012|2013 SEASON interlude eventsM ANY PERFORMERS UTILIZE the Schauer Center throughout the year that arenot part of our 2012-13 performing arts series.These performances are called ‘Interlude Events’s’and include CSA performances, resident grouppresentations, community shows, school concerts,rts,and other rental events. For more information aboutthese events, including ticket prices and show times, imes,please call the Box Office at 262-670-0560, ext. 3 orvisit SchauerCenter.org/Events. Fri-Sun, July 13-15 The Hartford Players, Ltd. presents Children of Eden Fri-Sat, July 20-21 The Hartford Players, Ltd. presents Children of Eden Schauer CSA presents Fri, Aug 9 Symphony Orchestra Camp Final Concert Date TBD Conley Media presents Ladies Night Out Branson on the Road Productions presents Fri, Sept 21 Branson on the Road Kettle Moraine Players present I am Not a Legend Fri-Sat, Oct 12-13 based on the life & times of Vince Lombardi Wed, Oct 24 Hartford Recreation Center presents Halloween Magic Show Sun, Nov 4 Schauer Center’s 6th Annual Bridal Schauer & Event Faire Thu, Nov 8 HUHS Public Dress Rehearsal of West Side Story Fri-Sun, Nov 9-11 Hartford Union High School presents West Side Story Fri-Sat, Nov 16-17 Hartford Union High School presents West Side Story Sat, Dec 1 LoweMar Productions presents The Lowe Family Christmas Sun, Dec 2 Hartford Community Chorus Christmas Concert Schauer CSA presents Kettle Moraine Children’s Sun, Dec 16 Holiday Concert – Choir & Strings Tues, Dec 18 Erin School Holiday Concert Sun, Jan 27 Johnny Rogers: Buddy and Beyond Sat, Feb 2 Stayin’ Alive A Tribute to the Bee Gees Hartford Rotary Wine Tasting Fundraiser Sat, Feb 16 Wisconsin Automotive Museum Fri-Sun, March 1-3 The Hartford Players, Ltd. presents Spring Play Fri-Sat, March 8-9 The Hartford Players, Ltd. presents Spring Play Fri-Sat, March 22-23 Downtown Hartford BID Home Show Fri-Sun, Apr 19-21 WACT/AACT Regional Theater Festival Fri-Sat, Apr 26-27 Peace Lutheran School presents Spring Musical Sun, April 28 Hartford City Band Spring Concert Maggie Mae Country presents Fri, May 3 Maggie Mae & her Heartland Country Band Dates TBD Mayville High School Show Choirs Concerts Sun, May 5 Hartford Community Chorus Spring Concert Schauer CSA presents Kettle Moraine Children’s Sun, May 12 Spring Concert – Choir & Strings Sat-Sun, May 18-19 Schauer CSA presents Leaps & Bounds Dance Recital Tue-Wed, May 28-29 HUHS Special Choral Music Presentations Events subject to change. Confirm event date/time with the Schauer Center at 262-670-0560, ext. 3.www.SchauerCenter.org 27
  28. 28. A TRIBUTE TO THE STAYIN’THE BEE GEES ONE NIGHT OF ALIVE THE EARLY AND DISCO ERA “Amazing” “Fantastic” —NEW YORK TIMES — CHICAGO TRIBUNEPERFORMED BY A.J. Swearingen and Jonathan BeedleFRIDAY AUGUST 10 7:30 PM SAT.,FEBRUARY 2 Schauer Arts & Activities CenterWarm baritone, soaring tenor and acoustic guitar combineto capture the essence of Simon and Garfunkel. Tickets | Call 262-670-0560 ext 3Adults $25/21 Student $23/19   www.SchauerCenter.org Excllus v Excllusiive xclu ve xc usiv us Holiiday Event! day Even d Event Even ven ve ) 26 670 0560 262 670 -0560 6 70 056 62-670-056 62-6 56 5 Schauer Arts Center , WI h uer ts enter Schaue Arts Cente WI Rural Street artford 147 N. Rural Street, Ha a et rtfo d, et, artford rtf r TheLoweFam ly.co TheLoweFamily.com eLoweFam co eLoweFa eLoweFa y.co eLoweFami y com LoweF LoweFam LoweFa LoweFam owe weF om28
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  30. 30. Country singer/yodeler As seen nationally on MaggieMae Country Band Heartland and her Maggie Mae, home-grown talented one of the biggest Midwestern names country singer/Nashville recording in pure country music. A familiar face artist from Oxford, Wisconsin has been in millions of homes cross the country, entertaining crowds with her she appears regularly on RFD TV’s music and yodeling, becoming “Midwest Country Show.” appearing May 3rd, 2013 for tickets, call 2:00 & 7:30 pm 262-670-0560, ext. 3 or online www.SchauerCenter.org AACTFest Region III dŚĞĂƚƌĞ &ĞƐƟǀĂůThe best KŶůLJ ŽŶĞcommunity communitytheatres from ƚŚĞĂƚƌĞ ǁŝůů ďĞĮǀĞ ƐƚĂƚĞƐ ŽŶ ŽŶĞ ƐĞůĞĐƚĞĚ ƚŽ ĂĚǀĂŶĐĞstage on one weekend. to ƚŚĞ EĂƟŽŶĂů &ŝŶĂůƐ͊ Ɖƌŝů ϭϵth Ͳ Ϯϭst͕ ϮϬϭϯ DŽƌĞ ŝŶĨŽ Ͳ ǁǁǁ͘ZĞŐŝŽŶϯ d͘ŽƌŐ30
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  32. 32. Before the Show Pre-Show Sound Bites Enrich your experience by listening to the artist or guest speaker prior to the performance during these free presentations. Leahy Family Christmas Friday, December 7, 2012 · 6:30-7:00 pm Away In the Basement Saturday, December 15, 2012 · 6:15-7:00 pm Performance by West Bend High School PULSE Jazz Ensemble. Director Leah Duckert. The Nutcracker Friday, December 21, 2012 · 6:30-7:00 pm Saturday, December 22, 2012 · 2:00-2:30 pm Cirque Zuma Zuma Friday, February 8, 2013 · 6:15 -7:00 pm Performance by Mayville High School Jazz Band and Choir: Jonathan Poquette, and Todd Kruger, Directors. The Mealies Friday, February 22, 2013 · 6:30-7:00 pm Vienna Boys Choir Friday, March 15, 2013 · 6:30-7:00 pm Craicmore Saturday, March 16, 2013 · 6:30-7:00 pm TAP: The Show Saturday, April 6, 2013 · 6:30-7:00 pm Moscow Nights Friday, April 12, 2013 · 6:30-7:00 pm Etta May The Southern Fried Chicks Saturday, May 11, 2013 · 6:15-7:00 pm Jazz and blues performance by Meisel Music Collective, featuring Celia and Ryan Meisel. Most Pre-Show Sound Bites will be held in Pikes Peak banquet room on the second floor. Tickets are issued for the presentation in order to guarantee seating. Doors open 30 minutes prior. Beyond the Stage Community School of the Arts The Schauer Center is a place where learning and the arts go hand-in-hand, offering classes year-round in music, dance, theater, and visual arts for all ages. For more about our Community School of the Arts, visit SchauerCenter .org/CSA or call 262-670-0560, ext. 4 to be added to our CSA mailing list. Volunteer Opportunities Support the Schauer Center by giving your time and talents to our daily operations. For a volunteer application, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 262-670-0560, ext. 213 or visit SchauerCenter.org/GetInvolved/Volunteer. Gift Certificates Give the gift of the arts! Starting at just $5, gift certificates can be used towards any Schauer Center purchase — tickets, CSA tuition, even facility rentals — and never expire. Charge over the phone, online or in person from the Box Office. e-Marquee Newsletter Find out what’s happening in our facility monthly with the Schauer e-Marquee newsletter. Visit SchauerCenter.org/JoinEnews to sign-up, set your preferences, and stay informed. Rent Our Facility Choose a setting with distinction. The Schauer Center is the perfect backdrop for business functions such as conferences, meetings, seminars, dinners; social occasions like wedding receptions, banquets, anniversary parties; and performances including recitals, theatrical events, and guest speakers. Call our Director of Event Services at 262-670-0560, ext. 215 to arrange a tour or visit SchauerCenter.org/OurFacility for more information.32 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
  33. 33. Play a Part in the Arts Friends of the Schauer Center C onsider becoming a Friend of the Schauer Center! As an independent non-profit organization, the Schauer Center relies on annual contributions from individuals and businesses to support and expand the performance and educational opportunities that we offer. These valuable programs are only partially supported by your ticket purchase. Friends enable us to continue offering high quality programs at reasonable prices, support the efforts of our resident groups, and help maintain the needs of our facility. Friends of the Schauer Center are dedicated to making the arts accessible to everyone in our community. An annual contribution starting at just $50 makes you eligible to receive Friends benefits, such as the ability to purchase tickets before the general public, 10% Discount on Community School of the Arts classes, a subscription to our Marquee newsletter, and recognition in select Schauer Center publications. For more information on donor benefits and giving opportunities, visit SchauerCenter.org/GetInvolved/Friends or call our Director of Development at 262-670-0560, ext. 216. The Schauer Center is a private 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization; all donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Friends Exclusive! DONORS LOUNGE E nhance your experience at the Schauer Center with exclusive pre-show access to the Donors Lounge, one hour prior to select performances. Enjoy complimentary beverages and light appetizers or desserts. The Donors Lounge is just one of the many benefits our Annual Friends* and Sponsors* receive. Call 262-670-0560, ext. 216 to RSVP. American Fiesta Friday, September 14, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm In the Mood Saturday, September 29, 2012 · 2:00-3:00 pm Nunset Boulevard Friday, October 5, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm Away in the Basement Friday, December 14, 2012 · 6:30-7:30 pm Close to You : The Music of The Carpenters Friday, January 25, 2013 · 6:30-7:30 pm The George Dyer Show Sunday, February 10, 2013 · 1:00-2:00 pm Tom Wopat: Consider It Swung Friday, April 5, 2013 · 6:30-7:30 pm The Lettermen Friday, May 17, 2013 · 6:30-7:30 pm *With your $500 gift to the Annual Friends campaign or your $3,000 gift to the Sponsor campaign, you will receive benefits throughout the year. These benefits are non-transferable.Our MissionDeveloping, supporting, and promoting the arts by providing experiencesthat inspire creativity and connect people.Our VisionThe Schauer Center strives to be a vital resource that fosters, supports, andenriches the cultural, educational, and social well-being of our regional community.We are a gathering place where people from all walks of life achieve a sense of belonging and benefit from enjoying and participating in the arts.www.SchauerCenter.org 33
  34. 34. Discounted TicketsGroups of 20 or More*Performing arts events provide wonderful outings for any group! Book 20 or more ticketsto a single event and receive $4 off of full price adult prime seat prices. Call our Box OfficeManager at 262-670-0560, ext. 201 or visit SchauerCenter.org/BoxOffice/GroupTickets forinformation about group benefits and policies. Group Series 2013 brochures are availableupon request.Community Performances*As a regional arts center, several events in our 2012-13 Season are sponsored by surroundingcommunities. For those select performances, residents of that community have theopportunity to purchase tickets at the group price.  Youll find the discounted prices next tothe event descriptions.Student RUSH Tickets*Youth ages 13 to 18 and students with a valid college ID are eligible to receive a half priceRUSH tickets one (1) hour prior to show time at the Box Office, pending availability. *Some restrictions may apply. Discounts must be requested at time of purchase and cannot be combined with any other offers. Not valid on previous purchases. Contact the Box Office for complete details.For your InformationSeatingFor Schauer Center Mainstage and Family Series performances, the Ruth A. Knoll Theateropens for seating 30 minutes before curtain. Latecomers will be seated at a suitable intervalin the program, as designated by the artist. For Tikes in Pikes events, seating in Pikes Peak will be available 30 minutes priorto show time. For the Club Pike Cabaret Series in Pikes Peak, cash bar and seating are availableone hour prior to show time.AccessibilityPatrons with special needs should notify the Box Office when tickets are purchased.Handicapped parking, wheelchair seating, audio amplification, and other special serviceswill be on a “best efforts” basis and cannot be guaranteed. Sign language interpretationrequests will be fulfilled pending advance request and availability of interpreters.Weather-related CancellationsSchauer Center events are only cancelled if the performers cannot make it,due to the weather conditions. No refunds will be issued to audience memberswho cannot attend a scheduled performance.Ticket DonationsTickets for Schauer Center events may be donated back to the Box Office for resale.Tickets that are returned at least 48 hours in advance are considered tax-deductibledonations. A receipt of your donation can be provided upon request.All tickets are non-refundable.34 Tickets 262- 670-0560, ext 3
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