Lone Tree Arts Center

View Magazine

View, the Lone Tree Arts Center Presents Magazine, provides entertaining show descriptions and details of the family-oriented programming and workshops that keep the center vibrant. Each issue contains a section on current productions including show summaries, musical numbers and cast bios. Patrons are privy to listings of upcoming events, and the magazine promotes artistic opportunities for all ages.

Frequency
1 issue per season

Lone Tree Arts Center

Residents on the south end of the metro area are now able to satisfy their craving for performing arts closer to home at the Lone Tree Arts Center. Stages and meeting halls include a 500-seat main stage with balcony seating, an intimate 225-person event hall that can be converted from theatre to meeting space, a 350-person outdoor terrace theatre, as well as a grand entry hall and gallery space. Diffusers under the seats provide silent heating and cooling and enhance the acoustics. Lone Tree Arts Center also promotes a “green” environment through energy efficient lighting, heating, cooling and water systems.





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2017/2018 SEASON ISSUE

September 15 - May 18
Ad Deadline: August 18

BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA
September 15
The Blind Boys of Alabama are both living legends and modern-day innovators. They helped define the old traditions of gospel singing in the 20th century and almost single-handedly created a new gospel sound for the 21st century.

THE COMPANY MEN
September 23
The Company Men present a signature throwback sound, contemporary look and an all-star band. The Company Men uniquely interweave today’s Top 40 hits with re-imagined classics of the last six decades.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: ABBEY ROAD
October 7
A hand-picked collection of worldclass musicians come together to perform The Beatles’ Abbey Road in its entirety. Classic Albums Live recreates Abbey Road with skilled vocalists and musicians who honor the work’s integrity.

STEPPIN’ OUT WITH BEN VEREEN
October 14
Tony Award-winner Ben Vereen combines a tribute to Broadway and Frank Sinatra, featuring hit songs such as Defying Gravity, Stand By Me, and My Way.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – VIEW FROM ABOVE: TERRY VIRTS
October 20 
Astronaut Terry Virts found new perspective from the International Space Station (ISS) which granted an unprecedented 360-degree view from the station.

SONS OF THE PIONEERS
November 3
Sons of the Pioneers is the ultimate in cowboy music. Founded by Roy Rogers, the premier Western singing group has musically painted unforgettable images and stories of horses, cattle, cowboys, cool water, canyons and prairies. 
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – BRYAN SMITH: THE LENS OF ADVENTURE
November 15
Patrons will enjoy Bryan Smith, an award-winning filmmaker for the National Geographic Channel, as he shares gripping moments from his assignments to document extreme feats and high adventure. 

TAKE ME TO THE RIVER: MEMPHIS SOUL AND RHYTHM & BLUES REVUE FEATURING WILLIAM BELL, CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE AND BOBBY RUSH
October 27
Take Me To The River is based on the award-winning film and record that brought together generations of Memphis and Mississippi Delta musicians to record a new album. This historic show features a oncein- a-lifetime chance to see legends William Bell, Bobby Rush and Charlie Musselwhite share the stage and perform classics and collaborations.

ADONIS PUENTES AND THE VOICE OF CUBA ORCHESTRA
November 3

Adonis Puentes’ soulful voice and all acoustic orchestra layer traditional Cuban rhythms with deep bass lines, jazzy horns and melodic guitar.

LOVE LETTERS
November 9-19
Love Letters takes you on a journey of emotion through a love story spanning fifty years.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – BETWEEN RIVER AND RIM: HIKING ACROSS THE GRAND CANYON: PETE MCBRIDE AND KEVIN FEDARKO
November 17
Writer Kevin Fedarko and photographer/ filmmaker Pete McBride set off on an audacious and demanding adventure through the Grand Canyon.

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
December 7-17
This family-friendly holiday spectacular features dancers, singers, drummers, holiday songs and of course, a celebrity appearance from you know who!

A KANTOREI CHRISTMAS
December 19
Kantorei returns to the Arts Center. Kantorei formed with six friends who wanted a choir capable of singing a broad range of acapella choral music.

CHERISH THE LADIES: CELTIC CHRISTMAS
December 20
Cherish The Ladies has shared timeless Irish traditions with audiences worldwide for over 30 years. In their Celtic Christmas program, the Ladies put their signature mark on classic carols.

MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY: A COWBOY CHRISTMAS
December 22
“Triple M” brings his Cowboy Christmas to Lone Tree, a combination of poetry, music and stories. The multiple Grammy nominee has six gold albums.

VIVA LAS VEGAS: ELVIS NIGHT
December 28
Head to Las Vegas … at the Arts Center! Patrons will enjoy a screening of Elvis Presley’s legendary film Viva Las Vegas.

THE GOOD HUMOR MEN: STARRING PETE LEE, PAT MCGANN AND PAT HAZELL
December 29
Three of America’s funniest stand-up comedians join forces to showcase their unique humor in an evening of punchlines and clever writing.

RIDERS IN THE SKY: A TRIBUTE TO ROY ROGERS
January 20
Join Riders In The Sky on a thrilling ride to yesteryear as they salute iconic western movie, music and TV star Roy Rogers.

THE WEIGHT BAND
January 26
The Weight Band is keeping the spirit and music of The Band alive. All the members of The Weight were members in The Band or are directly connected to their legacy.

SOLO PIANO WITH STACEY ROSE
January 27
Denver native Stacey Miller Rose has shared her musicianship with audiences on all seven continents in recital, as a featured soloist with orchestra and as a member of chamber ensembles.

PEKING ACROBATS
February 7
Peking Acrobats have redefined audience perceptions of Chinese acrobatics. They are experts at trick-cycling, precision tumbling, somersaulting and gymnastics.

POSTSECRET: THE SHOW
February 8
See the hopeful, shocking, and painful secrets that became a social media phenomenon. This show brought millions to the PostSecret blog, became six best-selling books and are currently in a Smithsonian art exhibition.

MATT DUSK
February 10
Get in the mood for love with Matt Dusk. Dusk’s live performances showcase his classy cool style and killer band.

MOSCOW FESTIVAL BALLET: CINDERELLA
February 15
Sergei Radchenko founded the Moscow Festival Ballet to realize his vision of a company which would bring together the highest classical elements of the great Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet companies in an independent new company within the framework of Russian classic ballet.

PRADHANICA
March 3
Dizzying spins, fast-paced footwork, immersive emotions and dynamic drumming come together in this presentation of the Indian dance form, Kathak. Jin Won leads an ensemble comprising the Indian tabla, African djembe, Spanish cajon and Indian sitar.

MANDY GONZALEZ: RAISE THE ROOF
March 18
Mandy Gonzalez stars as Angelica Schuyler in the hit Broadway musical phenomenon Hamilton. She is best known for playing the role of Nina Rosario in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights.

AUGUST WILSON’S FENCES
April 5-21
August Wilson’s Century Cycle traces the African-American experience through ten plays, each set in a different decade. Fences, the sixth play in the Cycle, revolves around the life of garbage collector Troy Maxson. When his rise through the Negro baseball leagues hit the ceiling of racial prejudice, Maxson turned away from a world of unfulfilled promises and denied opportunities.
SFJAZZ COLLECTIVE: THE MUSIC OF MILES DAVIS AND ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS
April 25
The SFJAZZ Collective is an awardwinning band comprising eight of the finest jazz performers/composers. This year the ensemble performs new arrangements and original compositions inspired by the artistry of Miles Davis.
WEST SIDE STORY IN CONCERT: BERNSTEIN AT 100
April 29
The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra presents Leonard Bernstein’s iconic West Side Story, in collaboration with Central City Opera and Metropolitan State University of Denver Choirs.
CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: RUMOURS
May 5
Classic Albums Live recreates Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours with skilled vocalists and musicians who honor the work with no gimmicks, no makeup or other illusions employed by tribute bands.
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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – NATURE ROARS BACK: BOB POOLE
May 18
Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Bob Poole draws on his childhood in East Africa to document the rebirth of a lost Eden: Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park.

Programming is subject to change and shows can be added, postponed or canceled.

 




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