Sotoba Komachi

By Yukio Mishima

TUE-SUN, APR 23-28
MAINSTAGE THEATRE

Sotoba Komachi

Sotoba Komachi

By Yukio Mishima

TUE-SUN, APR 23-28
MAINSTAGE THEATRE


Komachi is a 99-year-old woman who meets a young poet in a Tokyo park. Unattractive and wrinkled, Komachi was once a great beauty courted by a handsome general. When she shares her past with the poet, the two enact a tale beyond time, with deadly consequences. Features students from JMU’s School of Theatre and Dance. More


Isaac Melamed, cello

Ting-Ting Yen, piano

THU, APR 25
RECITAL HALL

Isaac Melamed

Isaac Melamed, cello

Ting-Ting Yen, piano

THU, APR 25
RECITAL HALL


Cellist Isaac Melamed is a member of the New Century Chamber Orchestra and Garth Newel Piano Quartet. He and pianist Ting-Ting Yen will play a program of Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin. More


JMU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band

THU, APR 25
CONCERT HALL


The JMU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band, under the direction of Stephen P. Bolstad, are committed to performing the great works of the wind band’s core repertoire while also exploring the best of contemporary composition. More


Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Dallas Children's Theater

Book, music & lyrics by Joan Cushing
Based on the three books by Doreen Cronin and illustrated by Harry Bliss

TUE, APR 30
MAINSTAGE THEATRE

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Dallas Children's Theater

Book, music & lyrics by Joan Cushing
Based on the three books by Doreen Cronin and illustrated by Harry Bliss

TUE, APR 30
MAINSTAGE THEATRE


A joyful, hip musical exploration of the world outside, Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly captures all of the whimsy of the wildly popular books in the coolest ever rock-and-roll romp in a bug’s world! Dallas Children’s Theater is one of the top theatres for families in the nation, touring professional large-scale productions designed to stir the heart and stretch the mind. More


Community Collage Concert

SUN, MAY 5
CONCERT HALL

Community Collage

Community Collage Concert

SUN, MAY 5
CONCERT HALL


This concert benefitting Any Given Child Shenandoah Valley features the Massanutten Brass Band, an award-winning British-style band directed by JMU faculty member Kevin Stees, Good Company, a six-member a cappella group that won the 2018 Shenandoah Valley Sing Off, as well as guitarist Bobby Driver & singer Trudy Cole, a popular blues and swing couple who has been delighting Shenandoah Valley audiences for many years. The Harrisonburg High School Jazz Band and a chamber ensemble from the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival round out the lineup in an evening that combines performance, education and dialogue to engage audiences of all ages. More


Schoolhouse Rock Live!

Originally Adapted and Produced for the Stage by Theatre BAM. From the Series Created by George Newall and Tom Yohe.

JMU CHILDREN'S THEATRE PRESENTS ROANOKE CHILDREN'S THEATRE

SAT-SUN, JUN 22-30
STUDIO THEATRE

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Schoolhouse Rock Live!

Originally Adapted and Produced for the Stage by Theatre BAM. From the Series Created by George Newall and Tom Yohe.

JMU CHILDREN'S THEATRE PRESENTS ROANOKE CHILDREN'S THEATRE

SAT-SUN, JUN 22-30
STUDIO THEATRE


Based on the Emmy Award-winning 1970s' Saturday morning cartoon series, this pop culture phenomenon that taught topics like history, grammar and math through clever, catchy tunes, comes to the musical stage! Features 2015 JMU musical theatre alum and Harrisonburg native Caitlin McAvoy. More



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