“A GOOD STORY WELL TOLD” CFABS YOUTH PLAYERS PRESENT “THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER” November 13-15 at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs

Posted in Uncategorized on November 6, 2015 by artcenterbonita

By Patrice ShieldsFence Painting The Adventures of Tom Sawyer with Logo Crop

Mark Twain’s classic tale comes to life when the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs’ Youth Players present “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs November 13-15, 2015. Young Tom Sawyer, played by twelve-year-old Elizabeth Fleetham, leads a cast of 32 local actors and the audience on a classic adventure set in St. Petersburg, Missouri in the late 1840’s.

“’The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ is such a great play because everyone can see themselves in the characters,” says Craig Price Theater Director of the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs. “Our actors had the opportunity to learn so much about their selves through the process of rehearsing and we hope the audience has that same experience.”
Mark Twain based “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” on his own childhood, drawing from memories of growing up in the 1800s. In his preface to the novel, Twain states that “most of the adventures recorded in this book really occurred,” and the character of Tom sawyer was based on “a combination of three boys whom I knew.”

Children who lived along the Mississipi in the 1840’s enjoyed a slow, quiet life that could be enlivened by the imagination and antics of a young boy. In this adventure that boy is Tom Sawyer who leads himself, Joe Harper (Lindsey Stiles), Huck (Tony Garrido-Giambo), and, Becky Thatcher (Peyton McManus) into increasingly dangerous situations. He also finds himself in predicaments in which he must put his concern for others above his concern for himself, such as when he takes Becky’s punishment and when he testifies at Injun Joe’s (Scott Bishaw) trial. As Tom begins to take initiative to help others instead of himself, he shows his increasing maturity, competence, and moral integrity.

Tom Sawyer Group Old TimeyAll the classic moments, are here; the fence painting, showing off for Becky, dodging the schoolmaster, the tooth-pulling, Tom teasing Sid, and pretending to be sick in an attempt to stay home from school and many more. Despite the constant efforts of his long-suffering Aunt Polly (Sabine Stiles), Tom would rather play hooky and spend time with that “dreadful boy” Huckleberry Finn. One night when Tom sneaks out, he and Huck are the witnesses to a murder in the graveyard. Terrified of the killer, Injun Joe, the two boys have to face their fears and decide to do the right thing, even when it puts them in danger.
Directed by Craig Price, CFABS’ Youth Players have created a raft to take you back in time to remember and laugh along with the characters and perhaps even your own memories of growing up.

Snacks, popcorn and beverages including wine and beer are available at all performances. The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Improv Tonight,” November 7, 8:00pm, “Imba Means Sing” Film Screening and Talk Back with the Filmmaker, November 10, 7:00pm, “Night Train 1950’s Dance Party,” November 12, 8:00pm, “Acoustic Storytellers – Music & Stories from Around the World,” December 3, 8pm, and “Films for Film Lovers,” foreign and independent films every Monday night 7:00pm. Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to a select Live at the Center performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members for select performances.

Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989 and on line at http://www.artcenterbonita.org.

IF YOU GO:
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: CFABS Youth Players Present “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”
WHEN: Friday & Saturday, November 13 & 14, 7:00pm and Saturday & Sunday November 14 & 15, 2:00pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs 34135
PRICE: $13

NEW MEET THE COMPOSERS CLASSICAL MUSIC SERIES WITH DR ANNE McLEAN Sunday, November 1, 2015; 3:00pm at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs

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By Patrice ShieldsAnne McLean
Classical music lovers rejoice, because the Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs is launching their exciting new “Meet the Composers” classical music series on Sunday, November 1, 3:00pm at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs’ Hinman Auditorium. Join international artist and lecturer, Dr. Anne McLean the first Sunday of each month as she performs in a multi-media presentation highlighting a great composer’s music, fascinating historical insights and visual images of that unique era.

Pianist, chamber musician and educator, Dr. Anne McLean has performed in Canada, the U.S., Australia, England, France, Germany and Switzerland, releasing her first CD in 1992, “Contemporary Connections,” featuring composers of the 20th century. Dr. McLean joined Stetson University’s Department of Music in 1995 where she produced classical music events in collaboration with the Rachmaninoff Society, Stetson University and Rollins College. Dr. McLean began a series entitled “Winter Park Music Fest,” and chaired the Music Advisory Committee for the Festival of Orlando Orchestras.

Dr. McLean’s vast musical and educational background inspired her “Meet the Composers Series,” which celebrates a great composer’s music each month. First in the series: Schumann & Clara, a Musical Love Story. Truth is stranger than fiction. These two love-struck geniuses had a marriage made in heaven, but first suffered many years of separation to achieve their happiness. Enjoy Schumann’s piano music performed live with illustrations that link his moods to actual compositions

To celebrate the first performance on November 1, “Meet the Composers” attendees will be treated to a complimentary, signature Mimosa cocktail. Sit back, enjoy some of the best music ever written, complimented by beautiful illustrations of the era, sip your complimentary Mimosa and share this spectacular afternoon performance dedicated to the Schumann & Clara.

The full “Meet the Composers” series includes:
November 1, 2015 – Schumann & Clara, a Musical Love Story
December 6, 2015 – Brahms & Clara, another Musical Love Story
January 3, 2016 – Happy Birthday Mozart
February 7, 2016 – The Great George Handel
March 6, 2016 – Franz Joseph Haydn – A Man for all Seasons
April 3, 2016 – Happy Birthday Rachmaninoff – From Russia with Love
May 1, 2016 – Beethoven the Bold
June 5, 2016 – Chopin, Poet of the Piano
Tickets for “Meet the Composers: Schumann & Clara, a Musical Love Story,” are $20 for members of the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs, $25 for non-members and at the door for all. Tickets may be purchased on-line at http://www.artcenterbonita.org, by calling 239-495-8989 and at the door 30 minutes before the performance.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to a select Live at the Center performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members for select performances including “Meet the Composers.”

The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Guitar Legends,” November 5, 8:00pm, “Improv Tonight,” November 7, 8:00pm, “Night Train 1950’s Dance Party,” November 12, 8:00pm, and “Films for Film Lovers” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989.

IF YOU GO:
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: Meet the Composers: “Schumann & Clara, a Musical Love Story”
WHEN: Sunday, November 1, 2015; 3:00pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
PRICE: Tickets: $20 Members / $25 Non-members / $25 At Door

STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN FOR GUITAR LOVERS GUITAR LEGENDS – THE GRAHAM GILLOT BAND Thursday, November 5, 2015; 8:00pm at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs

Posted in Concerts Bonita Springs, Concerts Southwest Florida, Live Music, Things to do Bonita Springs with tags , , , , , , , on October 29, 2015 by artcenterbonita

By Patrice ShieldsGraham Gillot Blue Background
Guitars lovers now is your chance to climb the stairway to heaven to the Graham Gillot Band’s performance of “Guitar Legends” Thursday, November 5, 8:00pm at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs’ Hinman Auditorium. The Guitar Legends Show features the music of the world’s greatest guitarists of all time: Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Gary Moore, Jimi Page (Led Zepplin), Eric Clapton, The Edge (U2), Eddie Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits), George Harrison (The Beatles) and even the Gypsy Kings.

guitar-legendsThis tribute show takes the genre up a notch as each song is expertly performed with the greatest attention to detail in order to recreate the unique sound and feel of each of these legendary players. Virtuoso guitarist, singer and composer Graham Gillot played lead guitar for Rodriguez, star of the 2012 Oscar winning film “Searching for Sugarmann” and was featured on NBC’s #1 show of the summer “America’s Got Talent.”

Graham Gillot Purple BackgroundGillot has performed in shows, festivals, theatres, concerts and stadiums internationally around the world including the US, UK, Dubai, Turkey, Spain and South Africa. After accomplishing a study record by obtaining Grade 8 Classical Guitar in just two years of study through Trinity College London, he is considered to be a new century guitar maestro. Graham has written and composed several albums with hit singles on radio and featured on various compilation albums.

Tickets for “Guitar Legends,” are $40 for Premium Seats, $35 Center Seats and $30 Side Seats. Tickets may be purchased on-line at http://www.artcenterbonita.org, by calling 239-495-8989 and at the door 30 minutes before the performance.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to a select Live at the Center performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members for select performances including “Meet the Composers.”

The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Improv Tonight,” November 7, 8:00pm, “Night Train 1950’s Dance Party,” November 12, 8:00pm, “Acoustic Storytellers – Music & Stories from Around the World,” December 3, 8:00pm and “Films for Film Lovers” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989.

IF YOU GO:
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: Guitar Legends – The Graham Gillot Band
WHEN: Thursday, November 5, 2015; 8:00pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
PRICE: Tickets: $40 Premium Seats, $35 Center Seats, $30 Side Seats

CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF CULT CLASSIC CINEMA THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW Friday, October 24, 2015; 8:30pm at the Center for Visual Arts Bonita Springs Courtyard Stage

Posted in Flims for Film Lovers, Rocky Horror Picture Show with tags , , , , on October 29, 2015 by artcenterbonita

By Patrice Shieldsrocky_horror_image_with logo
Since September 1975 when The Rocky Horror Picture Show first opened at the United Artist Theater in Los Angeles, California, fans have been returning to experience what many call the first interactive film experience time and again. On Friday, October 30, 2015; 8:30pm join fellow fans and newcomers at the Center for Visual Arts Outdoor Courtyard for a screening of the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Get your Halloween makeup out a day early because this interactive campy “Rock-Horror Film Musical” draws devoted followers who dress up as film characters and return to watch and be part of the interactive experience time and again. Rocky Horror is the first true audience participation movie where people yell back lines at the screen during the extended pauses between dialogue, dress up in costume, act out the film, and throw props (available for purchase) during the film.

The film follows sweethearts Brad and Janet, (played by Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick) stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, (played by Tim Curry) a transvestite scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker and a creepy butler. Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”

1373802019_1934_timewarpDon’t worry about bringing props with you to strategically throw at the screen because CFABS has crowd safe props available for purchase. And because many people come dressed as their favorite character, CFABS is giving a free raffle ticket for fun prizes to anyone who comes in costume. Refreshments including beer and wine all make for a great evening.

Tickets for “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” are $10 Tickets may be purchased at the door 30 minutes before the showing or by calling 239-495-8989. Information is available at http://www.artcenterbonita.org.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to a select Live at the Center performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members for select performances.

The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Meet the Composters Classical Music Series,” November 1, 3pm, “Guitar Legends,” November 5, 8:00pm and “Films for Film Lovers” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989.

IF YOU GO:
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
WHEN: Friday, October 30, 8:30pm
WHERE: The Center for Visual Arts Bonita Springs, 26100 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
PRICE: Tickets: $10

TAB BENOIT BRINGS THE BAYOU TO BONITA SPRINGS Wednesday, October 21, 2015; 8:00pm at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs

Posted in Concerts Bonita Springs, Concerts Southwest Florida, Live Music, Things to do Bonita Springs with tags , , , , , , on October 29, 2015 by artcenterbonita

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Three-time Grammy nominated Blues Guitarist Tab Benoit brings the Bayou to Bonita Springs with a performance that blends Cajun flavored Zydeco music with up-tempo Blues and Rock on Wednesday, October 21, 2015; 8:00pm at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs. A dynamic and skilled singer, song writer and vocalist, Benoit is a four-time “Entertainer of the Year” and five-time “Contemporary Male of the Year” Blues Music Awards winner.

Benoit is a Cajun man who’s definitely got the blues. Born in Houma, Louisiana, Benoit began playing guitar since his teen years and hanging out at the Blues Box, a ramshackle music club and cultural center in nearby Baton Rouge run by guitarist Tabby Thomas. Playing guitar alongside Thomas, Raful Neal, Henry Gray and other high-profile regulars at the club, Benoit learned the blues first-hand from a faculty of living blues legends.

Benoit landed a recording contract with the tiny, Texas-based Justice Records and released a series of well-received recordings, beginning in 1992 with Nice and Warm, an album that prompted comparisons to blues guitar heavyweights like Albert King, Albert Collins and even Jimi Hendrix. Despite the hype, Benoit has done his best over the years to maintain a commitment to his Cajun roots.

Crowd Waiting Tab BenoitIn 2007, Benoit won the dual awards of B.B. King Entertainer of the Year and Best Contemporary Male Performer at the Blues Music Awards (formerly the W.C. Handy Awards) in Memphis.

Tickets for “Tab Benoit,” are $45 for Premium Seats, $40 for Center Row Seats, $35 for Side Seats. Tickets may be purchase on-line at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the arts at 239-495-8989.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to a select Live at the Center performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members and it is for a limited time only.Tab Benoit October 2015_8

The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Who Killed the Rabbi? Murder Murder Mystery Brunch October 18, 11:30am “Deb & the Dynamics,” October 17, 8pm, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show, October 30, 8:30pm, “Meet the Composters Classical Music Series,” November 1, 3pm, “Guitar Legends,” November 5, 8:00pm and “Films for Film Lovers” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989.

IF YOU GO:
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: Tab Benoit – Delta Blues
WHEN: Wednesday, October 21, 8:00pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
PRICE: Tickets: $45 Premium Seats / $40 Center Seats / $35 Side Seats

DEB & THE DYNAMICS MAKE YOU WANT TO DANCE Saturday, October 17, 2015; 8:00pm

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On Saturday, October 17 at 8:00pm, local favorite, “Deb & The Dynamics,” bring their crowd pleasing “Rock & Soul Review” to the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs. This powerhouse band brings vintage Motown and Memphis soul to Southwest Florida. Lead singer, bassist and bandleader Deb Biela has a bluesy vocal style and a rock and roll presence that always leaves the audience wanting more.12080246_923858531029779_7446588172948535319_o

This seven piece band offers a fabulous mix of blues, R&B, funk and soul. What started out as a trio with the guitar player playing a stomp box for a drum set, has transformed into a seven piece band that’s been rocking Southwest Florida for 12 years. Put your dancing shoes on because Deb and the band’s covers of your all-time favorites including “Bobby McGee,” “Stay with Me,” and “Respect,” will send you straight to the dance floor dancing and singing all night long! This talented group of musicians forms a driving, powerhouse band that brings vintage Motown and Memphis soul to Southwest Florida.

“I try to pick music that makes you feel good and makes people want to dance,” says Biela. “It’s just that simple.” Biela’s elementary approach to entertaining has the masterful effect of landing the band performances that play to thrilled audiences almost every day of the week playing original music and covers that include Aretha Franklin and Janis Joplin.12079618_923858641029768_6043698590782345193_n

Deb & The Dynamics get their audiences up and dancing with six players including Michael Baer (keyboard), Don Hulgas (tenor and baritone sax), Newt Cole (tenor, alto and baritone sax), Matthew Rongstad (Tenor/alto Sax & Flute ), Willy Miller (drums), Dan Keadey (guitar, vocals) – and Debra Biela, offering up her soulful vocals and playing a bass guitar.

“You really have to love the music,” says Biela. “And I do love the music.” love of music is what keeps audiences in Southwest Florida dancing all night, and although Deb & the Dynamics have just what audiences want, the band always leaves them wanting more.

Tickets for “Deb & The Dynamics,” are $22 for members of the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs, $27 for non-member $32 for all at the door if available. To purchase tickets call the Centers for the arts at 239-495-8989 or visit http://www.artcenterbonita.org to purchase them online.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to a select Live at the Center performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members and it is for a limited time only.

The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Who Killed the Rabbi? Murder Mystery Dinner October 16, 6:30pm & Murder Mystery Brunch October 18, 11:30am “Deb & the Dynamics,” October 17, 8pm, “Tab Benoit, October 21, 8pm, “Meet the Composters Classical Music Series,” November 1, 3pm, “Films for Film Lovers” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989.

IF YOU GO:
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: Deb & the Dynamics
WHEN: Saturday, October 17, 8:00pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
PRICE: $22 Members, $27 Non-Members, $32 Door for all if available

WHO KILLED THE RABBI? CFABS Deliciously Hilarious Murder Mystery Dinner/Brunch Theater Friday, October 16, 2015; 6:30pm (Dinner) & Sunday, October 18, 2015; 11:30am (Brunch)

Posted in Bonita Springs Performing Arts Center, Comedy Bonita Springs, Comedy Southwest Florida, Community Theater, Community Theater Bonita Springs, Community Theater Southwest Florida, Live at the Promenade!, Special Events, Things to do Bonita Springs on October 29, 2015 by artcenterbonita

By Patrice ShieldsWho-Killed-the-Rabbi-Horizontal-with-No-Title

You are cordially invited to a traditional Jewish wedding at the Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs that is anything but typical. It’s the rabbi’s first wedding, the groom’s mother is distraught, the maid of honor is drunk and the bride is clueless. Or, maybe it is typical… until the Rabbi is killed. “Who Killed the Rabbi?” is a laugh riot that almost becomes a real riot and you are invited to eat, dance, and celebrate as an invited guest.
Audience members help sort through the clues and unravel the mystery behind this comedy wedding murder mystery. Be the first table to solve the mystery and win the grand prize. There are two performances offering a dinner show option and a brunch matinee. The dinner show is Friday, October 16, 2015; 6:30pm and the brunch show is Sunday, October 18, 2015; 11:30am.

Who Killed the Rabbi Cantor and Mother of BrideThe very funny Margot Escott and Leigh Shein, who both teach and perform improv wrote and star in this show. “You will recognize all of your dysfunctional relatives,” says Writer/Director/Actress Margot Escott. “Just imagine, it’s a wedding you can laugh at and you don’t have to bring a gift.” Escott and Shein’s cast include members of CFABS’ notorious Improv Anonymous troupe, CFABS’ Community Players and some fresh faces to the comedy scene.

The widowed mother of the bride “Sadie Berkowitz” played by Margot Escott is not happy and she has reason. Not only is her beloved orthodox daughter “Sarah Berkowitz” played by Jodie Fox Costello marrying the ‘half Jewish’ “Steve Miller” played by Steve Cobb, but she is saddled with the clueless “Rabbi Leo,” played by Leigh Shein who is stumbling through officiating his first wedding. You will agree that Sadie should have paid the “MC” played by Craig Price better because he is just not making enough on this gig to care that this wedding fiasco is spiraling out of control.

And the wedding party does nothing to help things at all. One “Maid of Honor” played by Marina Acosta MillerWho Killed the Rabbi Rabbi Groom & Best Man is clueless and very drunk and the other played by CC Bronson loves gospel music more than Hebrew songs. The groom’s buff, wrester brother and best man “Chad Miller” played by Chad Schmous is distracted with his ‘I could have been a contender’ complex and then there is Sadie’s sister “Aunt Marian,” played by Marian Horgan who is busy supervising her pianist granddaughter played by Miranda Shein. Coincidentally, “Aunt Lisa” on the groom’s side, played by Lisa Guzda is both a singer and volunteer sheriff.

Oy vey! As the title suggests, a murder occurs during the show and you as an audience member are there to help sort through the clues and unravel the mystery behind this deliciously wacky murder mystery. If your table is the first to solve the mystery, you win the grand prize.

Who Killed the Rabbi Bride and Groom PizzaBesides the laughs, and lots of dancing, the redeeming aspect of this wedding is the food catered by Artichoke & Company. The buffet dinner includes Cesar Salad with Roasted Tomatoes & Kalamata Olives, Grilled Chicken Medallions with Wild Mushroom and Marsala Wine Sauce, Penne Pasta with Creamy Pomodoro Sauce, Tri Color Cheese Tortellini in Creamy Basil Alfredo Sauce, Farfalle with Roasted Garlic Wine Sauce Prosciutto Di Parma Fresh Spinach and Pecorino, New York Cheese Cake with Raspberry Sauce and Coffee. Beer and wine are available before and during the performance.

The buffet brunch show menu includes Fresh Scrambled Eggs with Sides of Diced Tomato and Cheddar Cheese, Fresh Bacon & Breakfast Sausage, Assorted Muffins and Crumb Cakes, French Toast Casserole with Granny Smith Apples and Cinnamon, Bagels, Tropical Fruit Salad, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice, Vanilla Glazed Strawberry Roll and Coffee.

You’ll be glad you came to this wedding reception of a lifetime and glad this is not your family! Tickets are $50 for members of the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs, $55 for non-members and $55 for all at the door if available. Doors open 30 minutes before the performance time. Tickets include dinner/brunch and the show. To select seats and purchase tickets visit http://www.artcenterbonita.org or call 239-495-8989.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive two VIP tickets to select Live at the Center performances. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members and it is for a limited time only.

The Centers for the Arts offers a full performance and film series including “Deb & the Dynamics,” Saturday, October 17, 8pm, “Tab Benoit,” Wednesday, October 21, 8pm, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” October 30, 8:30pm (Center for Visual Arts Outdoor Stage, 26100 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs) and the “Films for Film Lovers” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. Tickets for most events listed are available at http://www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling 239-495-8989.

IF YOU GO:Who Killed the Rabbi Hora Dance
WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: Who Killed the Rabbi? Murder Mystery Dinner/Brunch Theater
WHEN: Friday, October 16, 2015; 6:30pm (Dinner) &
Sunday, October 18, 2015; 11:30am (Brunch)
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135
PRICE: $50 Members, $55 Non-Members, $55 Door for all if available (Ticket price includes dinner/brunch and show)

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