Huffington Concert Series
Huffington Concert Series 2013-2014
Eppley Auditorium & Steinbrenner Performing Arts Center
Located on the Campus of Culver Academies, Culver, Indiana
Box Office: (574) 842-7058
Brass transit – “The Musical Legacy of Chicago”
Thursday, September 26, 2013 7:30 pm
The musical legacy of Chicago lives on with Brass Transit, eight of Canada’s most in-demand musicians and singers. The band’s show includes all the hits from Chicago’s golden age. With a world-class horn section, a rocking rhythm section and vocals stacked sky-high, Brass Transit transports its audience back to the freewheeling days of the seventies. From 25 or 6 to 4 to Saturday in the Park to Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is, Chicago comes alive again!
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 7:30 pm
Rhythmic Circus is a troupe of 11 internationally renowned artists and the creators of Feet Don’t Fail Me Now. Since their early beginnings at a small theatre in Northeast Minneapolis, they have grown into an international sensation touring over 90 cities worldwide. The brilliance of Rhythmic Circus has been marked by their production’s rave reviews and numerous awards, which include the “spirit of the Fringe” Award (Edinburgh Fringe Festival’s top theatrical award). This coming theatre season, Rhythmic Circus continues their phenomenal run with a 2013-14 North American tour kicking off in New York City at the infamous New Victory Theatre.
Thursday, February 6, 2014 7:30 pm
Already major stars in Europe, Naturally 7 returns to the EA stage this winter for a repeat performance sure to get everyone to their feet again, as they did during their sold out show in 2005. This New York City wonder has mastered “vocal play”, a term coined to describe music created solely from the human voice. Performing primarily R&B, Naturally 7 floors audiences with a full-band sound including drums, trumpets, violins and electric guitars, created entirely with their own voices. They continue to tour with Michael Bublé always leaving audiences wanting more.
Monday, March 10, 2014 7:30 pm
A legend in its own time, The Fantasticks is the longest running musical in history! A simple romantic comedy about a boy, a girl, their meddling fathers and the wall that divides them, The Fantasticks is crafted with charming simplicity, captivating music and whimsy. This timeless tale will ignite your imagination, delight your senses and leave you completely fulfilled. Music by Harvey Schmidt, Lyrics by Tom Jones, Based on Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand.
Sunday, April 6, 2014 7:30 pm
Tom Stoppard has personally given the Acting Company the rights to tour his landmark TONY award-winning play. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern centers on the misadventures and musings of two minor characters-childhood friends of the Prince-from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is structured as the inverse of Hamlet. Focusing on free will vs. determinism, the search for value and the impossibility of certainty, the play has a love for cleverness and language, treating it as a confounding system fraught with ambiguity to engage and delight the audience.
Ticket & House Information
PURCHASE TICKETS: Orders may be placed in the following ways…
Phone: To order tickets by phone, please call the box office Monday through Friday, 10am to 5pm at (574) 842-7058
IN PERSON: Tickets may be purchased at the box office. Two convenient locations are available to purchase tickets…
Steinbrenner Performing Arts Center Box Office, located in the Foyer of our Academic Building
- Hours of Operation are Monday thru Friday, 10am to 5pm
Eppley Auditorium Box Office, located in the Lobby of Eppley Auditorium
- Opens one hour before each performance
PATRONS WITH PHYSICAL CHALLENGES: Wheelchair locations are available on the orchestra level. Parking spaces for patrons with disabilities are located closest to the Auditorium. Please notify the Box Office early to accommodate seating availability.
CHILDREN: A ticket is required for everyone entering the theatre, including infants and young children. We love kids, but infants and young children can be disruptive to a performance. As a courtesy to audience members and performers, please use discretion in choosing to bring your child. Should a child become disruptive you may be asked to wait in the lobby. We do not recommend that children under the age of 5 attend non-family events or under the age of 3 for family events.
ARRIVAL TIME and LATE SEATING: Out of courtesy for all patrons, we highly suggest arriving early to events in order to avoid being seated late. The doors of Eppley Auditorium generally open at least one hour before the event and individual venues generally open 30 minutes prior to the start of a performance.
To be seated per your ticket, you must arrive on time. Once a venue closes for a performance to begin, no latecomers will be admitted until an appropriate break occurs, as designed by the artist/performer. Late seating entry varies with each performance and may be significant-or even impossible. If you are seated late, you will be directed to an easily accessible seat in the rear of the venue until intermission. At intermission, you will be allowed to move to your original, ticketed seat.
CAMERAS, CELL PHONES and PAGERS: We love technology at Eppley Auditorium, but not during a performance or film. Cameras and recording equipment are not permitted in any of the venues during a performance or film. All cell phones, pagers, and other electronic devices must be turned off before the start of the performance.
This includes use of smartphones or similar: iPhones, Android phones, Blackberries, iPod Touches, iPads, etc.
As a courtesy to others and the performers, please do not open cell phones or engage in text messaging during a performance.
For urgent messages, leave the box office number and your seat location with your office, staff, or babysitter.
CURTAIN CALL: For the safety of audience members and yourself, we request that patrons remain in their seats, or standing ovation, at the conclusion of each performance until house lights are brought up. The performers would love your applause!
PARKING: Free parking is available adjacent to the performance space as well as on campus.
SMOKING: Eppley Auditorium is a smoke free facility as well as the entire campus of Culver Academies.
IN CASE OF FIRE: In the unlikely event of a fire, please locate the nearest exit. Follow the instructions of the Campus Security, and the House Manager, and WALK to that exit.