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.

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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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2018/2019 SEASON ISSUE

September 15 - May 18
Ad Deadline: August 10

LANNIE COUNTS: THE GREATEST R&B SONGS EVER WRITTEN
September 15
Lannie Counts returns with his stellar vocals in a performance packed full of the very best of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, John Legend, Gene Chandler, the Cadillacs and more.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE FLORIAN SCHULZ: INTO THE ARCTIC KINGDOM
September 21
His quest to document the Arctic took photographer Florian Schulz to the ends of the Earth. The National Geographic photographer takes audiences on a journey into the Arctic.

LOW DOWN DIRTY BLUES
October 18-28
This musical revue finds a group of veteran blues musicians assembled for a jam session to swap stories and share their favorite blues tunes.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE KARA COONEY: WHEN WOMEN RULED THE WORLD
November 9
Join Dr. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptology, for a look at a time in ancient history when women ruled the world.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: HOTEL CALIFORNIA
November 10
Classic Albums Live performs Hotel California with skilled vocalists and musicians. Every sound from the album is masterfully duplicated live on stage.

JIM MESSINA
November 15
As one half of Loggins & Messina; co-founder of the country-rock band Poco; and band member and key contributor to Buffalo Springfield, Jim Messina has left an indelible footprint on rock music.

A CLASSIC COUNTRY CHRISTMAS WITH GAIL BLISS
November 28
Take a stroll down memory lane with LTAC favorite Gail Bliss (John Denver Holiday Concert) and her six-piece Nashville Band for A Classic Country Christmas.

THE DOO WOP PROJECT CHRISTMAS
December 2
Three parts Jersey Boys, two parts Motown: The Musical and “not your grandma’s doo wop,” these five charismatic, triple threat Broadway stars tear it up, with musicality, dancing, and showmanship.

BETTMAN & HALPIN: CHRISTMAS IS A FUNNY THING
December 9
Award-winning performers and songwriters Bettman & Halpin bring together classic Christmas songs such as “Silver Bells,” “Little Drummer Boy,” and more. Join us for an evening of musicality, playful banter and captivating storytelling.

A KANTOREI CHRISTMAS
December 13
Kantorei, now in its 22nd season, started with six friends who decided to form a choir capable of singing a broad range of a cappella choral music. The group has expanded into an ensemble of more than 50 singers.

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
December 19-23
There’s something for everyone in this family friendly holiday spectacular: dancers, singers, drummers, holiday songs, and of course, a celebrity appearance by you know who!

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE BRIAN SKERRY: OCEAN SOUL
December 27
Brian Skerry is one of the leading underwater photographers in the world. His powerful presentations blend award-winning imagery, thrilling wildlife encounters and a powerful call for action.

SONS OF THE PIONEERS FEATURING ROY ROGERS, JR.
January 11
Celebrate the National Western Stock Show with Sons of the Pioneers! Founded by Roy Rogers, the singing group has musically painted images and stories of horses, cattle, cowboys, cool water, canyons and prairies.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE BERTIE GREGORY: MY WILD LIFE
January 18
Photographer Bertie Gregory specializes in intimate shots of animals in their natural environment, whether that’s a frigid Vancouver beach or the streets of London.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
January 19
Classic Albums Live performs the iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band with vocalists and musicians who honor the work with no gimmicks. Every sound from the album is masterfully duplicated live on stage.

SHAUN BOOTHE PRESENTS THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY SERIES
January 23-24
Recording artist and TEDx and motivational speaker Shaun Boothe tells the inspiring life stories of cultural icons through hip hop, rhyme, and spoken word. In this performance, Boothe will look at the lives of King, Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Muhammed Ali, Malala, and more.

MATT DUSK SINGS SINATRA
January 26
Matt Dusk returns with a show dedicated to the man himself, Frank Sinatra. Dusk showcases his classy cool style with modern pop and classics, all with a big band sound.

RESPECT: A TRIBUTE TO ARETHA FRANKLIN WITH THE MARY LOUISE LEE ORCHESTRA
February 2
With her amazing range, emotional fire and sheer charisma onstage, Mary Louise Lee and her full orchestra will take you on a tour through some of Aretha’s most popular songs.

ONE HAND, ONE HEART: 100 YEARS OF BERNSTEIN
February 10
Celebrate Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday by enjoying his greatest hits from West Side Story, On the Town, Candide, Wonderful Town and more!

INTERNATIONAL GUITAR NIGHT
February 15
International Guitar Night (IGN) brings together a new global troupe of acoustic guitar virtuosos each year for tours of North America.

THE CHOIR OF MAN
February 21
The Choir of Man offers up 90 minutes of indisputable joy! It’s a party, a concert and a pint-filled good time set in a working pub (free beer anyone?!?) that combines harmonies, dance, and live percussion with foot-stomping choreography.

BELLA GAIA: BEAUTIFUL EARTH
February 27
Bella Gaia (Beautiful Earth) is an award-winning, immersive, live multimedia performance of projected NASA visualizations of Earth from space, with live world music and dance on stage.

TARTAN TERRORS
March 2
Tartan Terrors blends time-honored Celtic music and dance with a high energy rock sound, and brings a modern feel to traditional Celtic fare.

BARYNYA
March 9
Barynya presents traditional Russian, Cossack, Ukrainian, and Gypsy Roma dancing, songs, and virtuoso performances on traditional Russian instruments.

ROCKAPELLA
March 15
Rockapella is one of the world’s most sophisticated, lasting, and imitated vocal groups around today. They’ve toured the globe and provided a funky powerful soundtrack to several generations of vocal music fans.

BEEHIVE: THE ’60S MUSICAL
April 3-13
Beehive is a wild toe-tapping, head shakin’ musical tribute to the rockin’ women who made the music of the ’60s so special.

AN EVENING OF CLASSICAL MUSIC WITH IVY STREET ENSEMBLE
April 17
Featuring musicians from the Colorado Symphony and friends, Denver’s Ivy Street Ensemble specializes in music small in scale, but generous in musical delights.

RANKY TANKY
April 26
Ranky Tanky is a band of South Carolina natives who keep the Gullah musical tradition alive and fresh with a repertoire of playful game songs, heartbreaking spirituals, and delicate lullabies.

SNAP
May 5
The world’s greatest illusion artists from Korea bring you an astounding, enchanting experience of a lifetime. SNAP is a multi-faceted performance based on magic with ingenious stage language, mime, comedy, and more.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: CHRONICLE, VOL. 1
May 11
Classic Albums Live recreates Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronicle, Vol. 1. Experience a cover-to-cover performance of some of the most popular songs by CCR.

LEA SALONGA
May 18
Lea Salonga is a singer and actress known for her Tony Award-winning portrayal of Kim in Miss Saigon on Broadway. She was recently featured in Allegiance, a story about a Japanese-American family forced into an internment camp during World War II.

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

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