December 18, 7pm
Bringing back the sounds from a by-gone era and spreading the joy of holiday music. Join us in your own home as we celebrate the holidays by music.
Submit a song request or dedication with your ticket bought by Dec. 11 to have it considered for the show.
BUY TICKETS TO THE LIVE STREAM and watch at home.
SPONSORED BY: COLUMBIA FAMILY FOUNDATION & AGRI-COM APPRAISALS
We have officially “cancelled” our last premere performance of Spokane Jazz. We are working of the system to allow you to receive a refund for your tickets for “vouchers” for future performances, or donate your tickets back to CBAA. We will be in touch shortly regarding this process.
As the season develops, we will continue to work with Big Bend Community College, Grant County Health District, and theater capacity limits, the health of our patrons and financial capacity of our organization for any further schedule changes.
Another week-long FREE k-12 theater camp for kids, written, directed and produced by a local graduate! The Hit-or-Miss Adventures of Watson & Holmes offers a new spin on some of the classic mysteries solved by the world-famous detective and doctor sidekick. With kid-friendly twists – a Scandal in Bohemia involving an unflattering selfie; a World of Warcraft League; and a wide variety of candy that just keeps going missing – it’ll surely stimulate the analytical brains of seasoned Holmes fans, and is a fun introduction to the original literature for those whose knowledge of the subject is… elementary.
“Fall in love with America’s original art form – jazz.”
Spokane Jazz Orchestra was founded in 1975, after performing at the Spokane World’s Fair, with roots going back further, and is the longest, continuously performing, community supported jazz orchestra in the United States. They will be playing the original composition of the Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and other Gershwin classics. The SJO is a jazz orchestra for both traditionalists who love the medium and are devoted to the classics, and for the person waiting anxiously to fall in love with America’s original art form – jazz.
For the second year in a row, this is chance to see all your favorite regional acts (including your sister, daughter, neice and neighbor’s) under one roof! The show is included for no additional cost for season ticket holders. All money raised goes to our Pat Daugherty Children’s Fund.
What happens when a young boy plants wonder beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. The local cast features all the characters you know, as well as the unique twists Missoula Children’s Theatre is known to add to their stories. Rehearsals for k-12 students will take place 4 p.m., Oct. 7 at the Wallenstien Theater.
This event has been cancelled.
The annual FUNdraiser for the arts. Join us for good fun, dancing and a live auction.