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2017_Dracula_photo_credit_Nancy_Loch

Lake Cities Ballet
Celebrating their 33rd Season in 2017/2018 the Lake Cities Ballet will return to the MCL Grand for their annual fall production of Le Ballet de Dracula which will run October 14 & 15, 2017. Lake Cities Ballet will be back in the Spring for their production of Giselle starring Sarah Lane, principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre, and Steven Loch from Pacific Northwest Ballet, running April 7 & 8, 2018.

photo credit: Nancy Loch

 

Adron_Ming_Orchestra_photo_credit_Margaret_Nath

Lewisville Lake Symphony
The 33rd season of the Lewisville Lake Symphony includes three concerts that feature concertos performed by talented contest winners and a concert that showcases familiar audience favorites by Bizet, Tchaikovsky, and others. Various art groups display their works in the lobby before the concert and at intermission.

The 2017-18 lineup is as follows:

  • Nov 17: Symphonic Showcase
  • Feb. 9: Drum Roll, with the orchestra playing a Haydn symphony and the winner of the January 2018 Vernell Gregg Young Artists Competition performing a concerto of his or her choice
  • April 20: Dzmitry Ulasuik, Piano, winner of the 25th Fryderyck Chopin International Competition

  • photo credit: Margaret Nath
     
    2017 Fall Production- Little Shop of Horrors

    The Acting Studio
    the Acting Studio will present the musical Little Shop of Horrors October 20-22 and 27-29 the first of several productions at the MCL Grand in the 2017-2018 season.

    Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable sci-fi horror musical comedy with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score. The Acting Studio’s Spring and Summer 2018 shows will be announced soon.

     

    Haunted_Photo_Credit_Bruce_ColemanOur Productions Theatre Co.
    Continuing the 25th anniversary year, Our Productions will present the debut production of Haunted by Dallas by award winning Dallas Playwright Bruce R. Coleman October 26-29, 2017.

    The cast of Haunted will include Mikey Abrams, Billy Betsill, Nick Hill, Jacob Lewis, Kim Swarner, Edward Treminio, and Rafael Villegas. The production will be directed by Coleman.

    photo credit: Bruce Coleman