Actor, celebrity and two-time Magic Castle™ Close Up Magician of the Year, Steve Valentine, takes you on a wild ride through his extraordinary life and animates it with incredible sleight of hand.
Join us for an evening of magical music, never-before-seen photos, and behind-the-scenes stories about The Beatles from Bob Eubanks, the only living person to have produced The Beatles concerts all three years they toured America.
Perla’s full length tribute concert to her late friend and mentor Leonard Cohen includes selected songs and personal stories gathered from two decades of touring and recording with one of music’s most prolific visionaries.
The Not-Its! rock kids and families with their up-tempo albums and live concerts that give children their first “rock show” experience. With the release of their sixth studio album, Are You Listening?, this Seattle “Kindie Rock” quintet will have children and their parents on their feet screaming for more, the moment they hit the dance floor!
UnitOne, a professional taiko group based under the umbrella of Japanese taiko drum maker, Asano Taiko U.S., collaborates for the very first time with Miyakejima Geinou Doushikai. Miyakejima Geinou Doushikai (also known as Miyake Taiko) is a group based in Tokyo, Japan, known for performing a traditional style native to the island of Miyake.
Join us for an evening that celebrates and elevates women. This show is a delicious soup of comedy, song, and storytelling that will fill your heart, move your soul, and tickle your funny bones.
Join us for the ultimate tribute to blues legend Ray Charles featuring jazz greats Joe McBride and Kenny Blake! Singer/pianist Joe McBride, an innovator since his first recordings in the early ‘90s, is known for making the lines between jazz, R&B, soul, funk, pop, hip-hop and countless other styles become indistinguishable.
A new work for young audiences inspired from the Prokofiev classic Peter and the Wolf, with captivating large-scale puppetry by Glass Half Full Theatre and a new instrumental score written and performed live by Mother Falcon, a band NPR describes as “the little orchestra that can seemingly do the impossible.”
From the creative team behind MacHomer and Bigger Than Jesus, comes an explosive solo performance that documents the music, culture and politics of the Baby Boom generation (1945-69).