ON STAGE Series
Bedford Camera & Video
United Federal Credit Union
Spring 2015 Performances
Old Time Gospel Hour
Featuring soloists Barry Law, Pam Camp, Brian Gary, Rosilee Russell, a men's Gaither Quartet, and many more.
May 1 - 7:30PM*
May 2 - 2PM*
Back by popular demand, come enjoy your favorite gospel music sung by some of your favorite area artists. From southern gospel to black gospel to timeless hymns, the concert is packed with great old time gospel music! Favorite singers include Barry Law, Brian Gary, Lacey Thomas, gospel quartet, and many more. Special appearance by select area choirs.
*Hold on to your February tickets!!! If you purchased tickets for the Feb show that was snowed out they will work for this show!!!
Based on the 1970 Disney Film The Aristocats, this jazzy feline adventure is sure to get audiences tapping their feet to his upbeat score featuring movie favorites such as “Everybody Wants to Be a Cat”, ”Scales and Arpeggios” and many more! What’s a cat to do when Madame’s jealous butler cat-naps Duchess and her Aristokittens and abandons them in the Parisian countryside? Luckily Thomas O’Malley comes to their rescue with his gang of rag-tag alley cats. Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS is sure to have audiences of all ages singing and dancing along!
Youth Symphony Program
May 3 - 3PM
Spring is in the air and it’s time to dance! The Youth Symphony Orchestra will be presenting favorite orchestral dance selections from all time. From the classics to your favorite contemporary tunes, you will be tapping your feet to this high-energy performance!
Academy Show Choir Kidz Spring Concert
Pop Goes the Music
May 8 - 7PM
School House Rock Live JR
Academy Playerz Production
May 16 - 2PM & 7PM
May 17 - 2PM
Tickets: Adults - $12 Children 10 and under - $8
The Emmy Award-winning Saturday morning educational cartoon series and pop culture phenomenon is coming to the stage in School House Rock Live! JR. This energetic musical revue type show follows Tom who is a young school teacher who is nervous about his first day of teaching. He tries to relax by watching TV when various characters emerge from the set and show him how to win his students over with imagination and music. Memorable songs such as “Just a Bill” “Conjunction Junction” and many more bring his lessons plans vividly to life.
Xtreme Teenz and Childrens Ensemble Production
March 20 - AM & PM
March 21 - 7PM
ArcBest Corporation Performing Arts Center
Formerly the Fort Smith Convention Center
Tickets: Adults - $12 Children 10 and under - $8 Groups of 20 or more $5 per person