Black Box Theatre

Our 250-seat theatre hosts a variety of dance, theatre and musical performances.

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Upcoming shows

The Aerial Nutcracker by Sora Aerial Arts   

Dec. 9 | 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 10 | 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 11 | 2 p.m.

Dec. 11 | 7:30 p.m. 

Tickets: $40 General Admission | $30 (Children 12 and under) 

Join Sora Aerial Arts as they present their next studio-wide aerial theatrical production, "The Aerial Nutcracker!" This year's show is based on the holiday classic, "The Nutcracker," which has been performed by dance companies all over the world. Sora will of course, be doing their own non-traditional spin on the Nutcracker, taking it up into the air, using new music, and putting a circus twist on this holiday classic. Sora’s Aerial Theatre productions have become an amazing and fun tradition for everyone in their studio and for the community.

In this production, Sora will utilize a variety of aerial and circus arts to tell the story, including aerial silks, aerial hoop, contortion, dance, juggling, hoop, high-flying acrobatics, and more! Sora’s mission is to make Aerial Arts accessible to all. Come watch students of all ages, as well as professionals from Sora’s Company, hit the stage this December to present this jubilant and unique production that audiences of all ages will enjoy.

Start your holiday season filled with awe and wonder as you watch Sora’s performers fly through the air and display astounding feats of strength, jaw-dropping tricks, stunning flexibility, magical illusions, and extravagant beauty. Learn more about Sora at soraaerialarts.com.

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The Secret Garden by The School for Creative and Performing Arts

Jan. 26 | 7 p.m.

Jan. 27 | 7 p.m.

Jan. 28 | 2 p.m.

Tickets: $15 Adults | $10 Seniors, Students, and Children 12 and under 

Join The School for Creative and Performing Arts students as they present this classic tale. Mary Lennox, known as a difficult child, is sent to live at her uncle’s estate in England after her parents pass away.  Misselthwaite Manor turns out to be a gloomy fortress.  Her uncle is rarely home, and his young son, Colin, never leaves his room, convinced he’s an incurable invalid.  To her surprise, Mary discovers a strange walled garden that has been locked up for years.  With the assistance of Dickon, the gardener’s apprentice, Mary brings the garden back to life and discovers Dickon’s amazing ability to communicate with animals.  The garden seems to have a wonderful, magical effect on all who come into it, allowing Mary to help restore Colin to health and to reunite him with his father.  This version also introduces the endearing Sowerby family, who add much laughter and love to this touching story.

The Secret Garden, adopted by Jim Kelly

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