Our Top Picks for the Fall Lineup at the Lone Tree Arts Center
National Geographic Live: On the Trail of Big Cats
With Photographer Steve Winter
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Award-winning National Geographic Photographer Steve Winter will lead you around the world in search of big cats, from Asian jungles with its resilient tiger populations to the Himalayas, home of the rare snow leopard.
The Doo Wop Project
Saturday, Oct. 1
Featuring current and former stars of Broadway’s smash hits “Jersey Boys” and “Motown: The Musical,” the Doo Wop Project brings unparalleled authenticity of sound and vocal excellence to recreate some of the greatest music in American pop and rock history.
Scott O’Neil and the Rosetta Music Society
Sunday, October 16
O’Neil and the Rosetta Music Society explore the Bach fugue “A Musical Offering” along with other great fugues and canons by Bach.
Igor Butman and the Moscow Jazz Orchestra
Wednesday, October 19
Internationally renowned saxophonist Igor Butman and his Moscow Jazz Orchestra are one of the best hardcore jazz units around and have shared the stage with artists from Wynton Marsalis to Mike Stern.
Sons of the Pioneers
Thursday, Nov. 3
The ultimate in cowboy music. Founded by Roy Rogers, the premier western singing group has musically painted unforgettable images and stories of horses, cattle, cowboys, “night herds,” tall timber, cool water, canyons and prairies.
The Wonder Bread Years
Saturday, Oct. 29
A fresh, funny salute to Americana. Starring former “Seinfeld” Writer Pat Hazell, this hilarious one-man show-and-tell reminds us that there is still a kid inside each of us … and a sense of wonder that is waiting to be unlocked.
The Lone Tree Arts Center collaborates with top Colorado performing arts companies and produces their own theatrical shows, presenting them in an intimate venue where every seat is less than 60 feet from the stage. Located near I-25 and Lincoln Avenue in Lone Tree (LoneTreeArtsCenter.org).