PHOTO: Capitol Civic Center,
New this season is the collaborative offering of the series with five Silver Lake College Artist Music Series performances.
On the Baileigh series:
- Saturday, Nov. 8, the BoDeans, widely known for the hit “Closer to Free.” Formed in
- Friday, Nov. 21, “3 Blonde Moms” return with their nationally touring comedy show from E! and CMT with stories from “three unlikely friends in the cul de sac.” The probable rating is PG-13. Opening is
- Friday, Dec. 12, The Lettermen return with “The Lettermen Christmas Show.” The vocal group features original member Tony Butala along with Donovan Tea and Bobby Poynton.
- Saturday, Jan. 24, The Second City improvisational comedy troupe returns with “The Second City Hits Home.” Expect some improvisation about
- Saturday, Feb. 21, songs of Frank Sinatra by way of the Nelson Riddle Orchestra and Bryan Anthony in “Celebrating Sinatra.” The show features Anthony’s stories and singing, backed by the orchestra under the direction of Christopher Riddle.
- Friday, April 24, comedian Rita Rudner. She’s an author, television personality, screenwriter, playwright, Broadway dancer and actress known for her one-liners. Proceeds from “An Evening with Rita Rudner” will benefit the Capitol Civic Centre and the
Offerings in the Silver Lake series: Petar Jankovic Ensemble, Saturday, Sept. 20; classic pianist George Vatchnadze, Friday, Nov. 7; Metropolitan Opera soprano Cynthia Lawrence and tenor Mark Calkins, Sunday, Jan. 25; Isthmus Brass Quintet with Percussion, Sunday, Feb. 15 at 3 p.m.; and Wingra Woodwind Quintet, Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m. Performances take place at the Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance at Silver Lake College.
Added information is at www.cccshows.org.
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