Swan Lake by the National Ballet Theatre of Odessa— January 26 @ 07:00 pm
Step Afrika— February 6 @ 09:30 am
The first professional dance company dedicated to the tradition of stepping, Step Afrika draws on percussive dance styles that grew out of African American communities, African traditional dance, and influences from a variety of other dance and art forms. The company incorporates movement, words, and sounds to communicate allegiance, with a special focus on teamwork and cross-cultural understanding. Though rooted in raw movement, Step Afrika’s award-winning performances are much more than dance shows; they integrate songs, storytelling, humor, and audience participation in a blend of technique and agility that’s guaranteed to drop more than a few jaws.
Step Afrika— February 6 @ 07:00 pm
An Evening with Chad Hollister Band— February 9 @ 07:00 pm
Pacific Recording Artist Chad Hollister Band returns to Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center for their sixth year. The positivity that emanates from a Chad Hollister Band show is hard to describe but is something that the world needs now more than ever. This 10 piece roots/rock ensemble features four horns, pedal steel/mandolin, percussion, bass, drums and two guitars along with Hollister’s soaring vocals, delivering heartfelt, honest songs that make you want to sing, dance and make this world a better place.
ArtSmart- Understanding the Met Opera story of Adriana Lecouvreur— February 13 @ 12:00 am
Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center ArtSmart -Opera Series is delighted to bring Erik Kronke to moderate the pre-opera sessions for February- May The Met Opera in HD film presentations. Erik brings knowledge of opera as both a performer and opera connoisseur to the 45- minute preshow background talk. Bring a bag lunch* to enjoy this on stage discussion.